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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 Delaware Herb Growers in search of,, Logan; contest set The Delaware Herb Growers & Marketers Association (DHGMA) is asking the public to help with a slogan. The group's membership represents producers and mar- keters of herbs and herbal prod= ucts. "We would like to involve the general public in selecting a slo- gan for our group, which will help the public become more aware of the importance of herbs and herbal products in both cooking and alternate health practices,'" said Linda LaPlante-Beatty of Lewes, DHGMA president. LaPlante-Beatty said that herbs play a part in the state's economy and provide jobs. In addition, herbs make the air smell fresh and Job Fair Continued from page 48 is one of the Cape Region's largest summer employers. Mike Davis, Grotto Pizza's em- ployment and compensation man- ager, said staffers are always in demand at the company. He said the job fair is helpful for recruit- ment purposes, and to get the word out that summer employ- ment is paramount to the corpora- tion. "Recruitment-wise we've done a lot," said Davis, who began working at Grotto seven years ago while he was still in high school. "I've gone into local schools and talked with the guidance coun- selors, and we've also been in- volved in a lot of job fairs." Davis added that getting a man- agement team in place before the season kicks in is also a key ele- ment to Grotto's success. He said the company began so- liciting for management level po- sitions for this season last Novem- ber. Davis said participating in a job fair is one way to accomplish that goal. "It gets the team players in place, and gets them focused and ready for the season," he said. Standard informal training for all Grotto employees is three months. Davis said the company is currently hiring for all posi- tions, from pizza makers to servers, to bus people, dishwash- ers and bartenders. Also, said Davis, there's plenty of room for advancement at Grot- to Pizza. Although restaurants and outlet stores made the biggest showing at the job fair, other companies represented included The Cape May-Lewes Ferry, Lowe's, the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, the Sus- sex Family YMCA and The Town of Dewey Beach. Collectively, over 1,000 positions were made available to job hunters. Dewey Beach town employee Jennifer Cowan said the town is seeking employment for several seasonal jobs, including dispatch- ers, day and evening officers, sea- sonal parking permit sales, cleri- cal support positions, and life- guards. "We have a lot of different things available," she said. "So far, I've received applications for everything except lifeguards.'" Cowan said applicants for a life- guard position must send theft ap- plication to the town, and that the town will then notify them of a try-out date. All applicants must have YMCA or Red Cross certifi- cation. Ken Farrall, assistant park su- Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Countr7 Club Romne Pack photo With fishy flags unfurled and the new sign welcoming cus- tomers, Mark Lane, owner of Rehoboth Seffood Market, is one of several local business owners who are making a move before the summer season sweeps over everyone. Locations ACK LINGO REALTOR LEWES REHOBOTH 1240 Kings Highway 246 Rehoboth Avenue 645-2207/800-331-4241 227-3883/800-345-3469 Continued from page 48 location allowed them to expand their retail area and add a full kitchen. Rehoboth Seafood will soon offer a lunch and dinner carry-out menu with a variety of seafood selec- tions in addition to their tradition- al steamed seafood. By the summer season, the busi- ness will also include a gourmet deli. Rehoboth Seafood opened last week in the new location after spending the winter under con- struction. The business has been in the area for 19 years. sweet and are used, for example, in aromatherapy. The group will accept slogans no longer than five words and will select the one that best expresses the group's goals. Entries will be judged on originality and how the slogan relates to herbs and their UseS. Entrants must be 18 years of age perintendent at Delaware Seashore State Park, said the parks have had good luck in find- ing summer help in the past at the job fair. "It's our third year here," said Faireloth. "We're hoping to have continued success." or older. The winner will receive a hoboth Beach, a basket and wrap- gift basket of products contributed pings from Kate's Botanicals in by group members and worth ap- Lincoln, bath/massage oil and proximately $200. Included will lavender jelly from The Manor at be soap, shampoo, oil and bath Cool Spring Lavender Farm Bed salts from All About Herbs in Re- Continued on page 51 Looking to buy or sell? Residential ". Commercial Development. Acreage Call Dwayne Mousley For All Your Real Estate Needs Gallo Realty YhePrudentml 1322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 MOVINGowA, SUPPLY Jt st Reduced Fabulous Golf Course Views A Lovingly cared for and well-maintained home on the 17th hole of the country club golf course. The bright and cheerful second floor living area is h/ghllghted by h/gh-vaulted ceilings, large fireplace and wrap-around deck with beautiful views of the golf course. This 3 BI 2 1/2 BA home is being sold mostly furnished with all major appliances. Call Gretchen Haag about her listing #5393-J.