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46 FRIDAY, MARCH 27- MONDAY, MARCH 30, 201S BUSINESS & REAl. ESTATE ape ( azette COUNTY BANK DONATES TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION Job fair set for Cape May-Lewes Ferry March 28 at Lewes Terminal SUBMITTED PHOTO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION'S mission is to build healthi- er lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. County Bank recent- ly donated $1,750 to the AHA. Annually, County Bank employees help raise funds through the Southern Delaware Heart Walk which will take place Saturday, Oct. 17, at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown. The AHA hosts the 2015 Southern Delaware Heart Ball March 28, cel- ebrating its lifesaving work. For more information, contact Karen Gritton by phone at 302-286-5705, or by email at karen.gritton@heart.org. For Southern Delaware Heart Walk information and donations, visit http:// heartwalk.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1127091. Pictured (I-r) are Brian Gottschalk, County Bank commercial loan of- ricer; Karen Gritton, American Heart Association director of special events southern Delaware; and Kelly Sylvester, County Bank business development officer. Cape May-Lewes Ferry of- ficials announced a job fair will take place inside the Lewes Ter- minal from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, March 28. The purpose of the job fair is to attract qualified applicants for seasonal, casual positions in various departments, including customer service, food and retail, and maintenance. During the busy summer season, the ferry employs more than 250 seasonal employees. "We're excited to hold our third annual job fair at the Lewes Ferry terminal," said Heath Geh- rke, director of ferry operations. "The ferry is closely tied to the local communities on both sides of the bay and we like to hire locally. This event is a great opportunity for prospective can- didates to speak with our hiring managers and apply onsite. Whether on land or aboard a ves- sel, you can't beat a summer job at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry." The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has nearly 100 seasonal positions currently available, including food and retail associates, line and prep cooks, servers, cus- tomer service representatives, bartenders, porters, warehouse workers and maintenance tech- nicians. Some supervisory seasonal positions are also avail- the spot. Candidates will be able able. to complete applications online The job fair will be held inside at the terminal and are subject to the Lewes ferry terminal at 43 background checks. Cape Henlopen Drive in Lewes. Job seekers are encouraged A welcome table with job post- to submit applications and/or ings will be set UP, and qualified resumes online at www.drba.net candidates will meet with hiring prior to the event. The DRBA is managers to be interviewed on an equal opportunity employer. PAPAL[O, ROSEN Corporate, Partnership & Individual Tax Services Tax Planning QuickBooks Consulting Bookkeeping Accounting & Auditing Services Services Precertification Audits Estate & Financial for Attorneys & Law Firms Planning Call for an appointment 302.644-8600 1143 Savannah Road, Savannah Station Suite 2, Lewes, DE 19958 Please tisit our website at www.preepa.eom 1523 Concord Pike, Suite 401 200 S. DuPont Blvd, Suite 107 Wilmington, DE 19803 Smyrna, DE 19977 302-798-2300 302-653-2585