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it CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 33 Ed Garronbone, construction fect rating of zero punch on more superintendent at Hearthstone than 85 percent of customer qual- Manor in Milford, was awarded ity inspection walk-throughs. The the Country Life Homes award was also in recognition for Certificate of Excellence Award his continued professional per- Feb. 17. This month's certificate formance, dedication and com- of excellence was awarded tomitment to excellence. Garronbone for achieving a per- Garronbone works with cus- tomers at Hearthstone Manor to items need to be addressed. Hearthstone Manor was complete ensure their new homes are com- "Our other home had alreadyand ready for us to move into just plete and ready for them to move been sold and we had no place to in time," said new homeowner in and no additional construction go. Ed made sure that our Villa at Sandy Irby. Submitted photo Ed Garronbone, construction superintendent at Hearthstone Manor in Milford, was awarded the Country Life Homes Certificate of Excellence Award Feb. 17. Sho~nQ during the award presentation are (l-r) James Irby, Hearthstone Manor homeowner; Garronbone; Sandy Irhy, Hearthstone Manor homeowner; Kevin Harding, director of site operations; and Mike Fannin, chief operating officer. The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce began its 30th anniversary celebration - 30 Years of Progress and Excellence - Thursday, Feb. 23, the date of the first board meeting in 1976, and which continued through the chamber's incorporation date in December. President Clayton L. Ringler of the Baltimore Trust Company called the first meeting of the board of directors to order Feb. 23, 1976. Within that month, the chamber had 33 members, a num- ber of whom are still active mem- bers today. The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce now has more than 800 members and a membership retention rate among the best in the country. "From the annual membership directory to the new worker's compensation insurance benefit, we've developed a list of member- ship benefits from A to W," said Karen McGrath, executive direc- tor of the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. Over the past year the chamber has been working toward finishing an extensive expansion and reno- vation project to better serve the growing membership and popula- tion. Growth continues inside the building as well. The chamber staff recently grew by adding a newly developed staff position. Bookkeeper/administrative assis- tant Helen Barnaba is the newest member of the chamber's award- winning team. As the area economy and popu- lation change and grow the cham- ber strives to implement proactive programs to meet business needs. Group health insurance, business seminars, and tracking public pol- icy and issues are just a few of the ways the chamber helps member businesses succeed. For details about chamber mem- bership or programs, contact Carrie Subity at 539-2100, Ext. 12 or LKensed in 1972, Tommy has pmonaRy seltled in e ess of SS00 rniUion tn s,lfles. He .hed Conper Assoc tes Jn 1984 serving as F.xecu Vice Presi- dent and C.O.O. of one the largest pub- lidy waded real estate flints on the East Coast A former Chairman ofth Delaware State Real stale Commission, he currently serves as a director and member of the Executive Committee of the Delaware S te Chamber of Commerce, and is a Delawawe River and Bay Authority Commissioner, having been unanimously confirmed by the Senate. Conr e. in 2004, recen embadced on her real estate career after 15 years in public education -6 yeats as an elementary schonl teacher and 9 years as a guidance counselor. Based on this experience. Connie is knowledge- able about the school clisuk- s in the Sussex Coumy area and the vadous programs that they offer. She enjoys families who are relocat'mg to the area find the educa- tional servlces that meet the needs aft childmn. Connie is devoted to her clients and customers, is highly energet,thor- ough committed to professional service. Experienced, Connected, and Knowledgeable, it would be our Pleasure to Represent you ! (302) 542-5175 'I II"T I * 'i I il "rill