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New electrician offers services in Milton Marvin Fraley of Milton recent- ly passed his Masters Elec- trician test for the state of Delaware. He is current- ly working out of his home in Mil- ton while he and his wife ItALEY Patty also own and operate the antique store Majestic Treasures in Milton, Fraley has been an electrician for 24 years and operated his own business in Maryland for 12 years. He can be reached by calling 684- 8145. Long & Foster honors top producer, lister Long & Foster Real Estate is pleased to an- nounce the top producer and top lister for the month of January. Anna Misen- er was named MISENER top producer and Aina Nammack was named top lister. They both can be reached at 4311 High- way One, Re- hoboth Beach, 227- NAMMACK 2541. Century 21 Rehoboth Bay Realty gets awards Century 21 Rehoboth Bay Real- ty agents, topped by Cynthia B. Baker, received a number of awards at the Feb. 10 gala held at the Sheraton Inn in Dover. Century 21 Central Atlantic Re- gional Director Debra Chandler announced that Rehoboth Bay Re7 alty, with of- rices located at Peddler' s Village in Angola, was designated a Quality Ser- vices Office. Baker was the recipient of the Top Sales BAKER Associate (most closed sales) and a Centuri- on Sales Associate. The Centuri- on award is the most prestigious award presented by the Century 21 international system. It repre- sents a very small percentage of offices and sales associates world- wide and is presented by corpo- rate headquarters. Baker also was inducted into the Masters Club, an exclusive recog- nition pro- gram for top sales associ- ates through- out the Cen- tury 21 Mid- Atlantic Re- gion who consistently achieve out- standing lev- JOHNSON els of produc- tion, Baker was named a member of the Masters Emerald level for three consecutive years of superi- or sales achievement. Also, Baker, along with Donna M. Johnson and Donna L. Atsidis, were honored with Sales Achievement Gold Awards, the highest quarterly award in the Delmarva district, rep- resenting the top 12 per- cent of sales ATSIDIS associates for the fourth quarter of 1995. an elevated standard of living in manufactured housing communi- ties. The ACM designation is awarded to community managers who complete the. requirements set by the MHEI. This three-day program covered many aspects of manufactured home community management, including serving the homeowners' needs, and the operating, maintaining and mar- keting of the community. Mugs and Stitches enters global market Mugs and Stitches, located in Penny Lane Mall, Rehoboth Beach, has entered the global mar- ketplace. Utilizing the internet and the world wide web, propri- etors Gwen and Walt Palmer have entered the information highway and global marketplace, with cus- tomers now ordering from their home page catalog of custom em- broidered products, using their home or business computers from anywhere in the world. The Palmers report that interest has been high. Mugs and Stitches' home page address is http://www:dmv.com/ business/stitches. The Peninsula Collection hosts reception March 3 Carol Gillie and Tony Boyd- Heron, owners of The Peninsula Collection, Will host an open house on Sunday, March 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the shop located at 520 Savannah Road in Lewes. Invited guests and the public will have an opportunity to meet with several of the more than 40 Delmarva Peninsula artists whose work is currently on display. Since Gillie and Boyd-Heron took over the proprietorship in January, they have redecorated the gallery to better emphasize the work on display. They are also re- arranging some pieces so like works are grouped together. Several new artists have shown an interest in joining The Peninsu- la Collection. Recent arrivals in- clude work from Jack Wiberg of Rehoboth Beach, a marine artist who paints in oil; and Bruce Walsh of Gettysburg, who primar- ily concentrates on three-dimen- sional wall sculptures of city and seascapes in mixed mediums. The public is invited to meet those and other artists and to review the many different types of artwork "displayed. For more information, call 645-0551. Community owner, managers earn credits Rhonda Lee Zawora, communi- ty manager at Rehoboth Bay Community, Marcie Prettyman of Angola Beach and Estates, and Craig Hudson, owner of both communities, recently completed the initial requirements for the Accredited Community Manager (ACM) program in Lansing, Mich. The Manufactured Housing Educational Institute (MHEI) de- veloped this program through community management theory and hands-on expertise to create Don't forget Chamber Annual Job Fair The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is planning the Second Annual Job Fair for Friday and Saturday, March 1-2 at the BayCenter, Rud- dertowne, Dewey Beach, Last year, the event received the 1.995 Quality Service Program by Gov. Tom Carper based on em- ployee training or incentive pro- grams. The times are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and the rental fee is $100 for two days and $75 for one day, including table, linens, two chairs, electric, and a signage fee of $7. For more information call 227- 2233, ext. 11. LA. photographer relocates to Long Neck Scott Blackson has announced the relocation of his photography business from Los Angeles, Ca. to Long Neck. A native of Wilming- ton, Blackson has studied photog- raphy at University of Delaware and Madison Area Technical Col- lege before moving to Los Ange- les to start his free-lance photog- raphy business. Having done work for California clients such as Proctor & Gamble, Budweiser, City of Long Beach and several hospi- tals, Blackson said he's glad to be back on the east coast. Specializing in commer- cial and ad- vertising pho- BLACKSON tography, Blackson hopes to connect with area businesses "looking for 'big city' photography with 'small town' service and prices."Black- son can be reached at 947-0880. Est. 1958 )LISIE HAZZARD Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-61 0-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. 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