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Wilkinson receives national recognition Lee Ann Wilkinson, associate broker with Prudential Gallo Re- alty, has been awarded the Ac- credited Buyer Representative (ARB) designation by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council of the National Association of Real- tors. "Today's real estate brokers and agents want to provide a full menu of services for their clients, whether they are buyers or sellers," said Terrence M. McDermott, president and CEO of the Real Estate WILKINSON Buyer's Agent Council. "The ARB desig- nation, the benchmark of excel- lence in buyer agency service, demonstrates to clients that the agent has taken steps to continue their education in the field of buy- er representation, and has the proven experience and training to deliver ethical and professional service to real estate buyers," he said. Wilkinson joins more than 7,000 real estate professionals in North America who have earned this designation. The requirements for the ARB designation include a comprehen- sive two-day course in buyer rep- resentation, a written examination on legal and practical aspects of client representation and practical experience in the field of buyer representation. Wilkinson is affiliated with Pru- dential Gallo Realty in Lewes and has also achieved many awards with the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, most recently including the Legend Award, which places Wilkinson as the 58th-ranked agent among the more than 38,000 Prudential agents nationwide. Normandeau joins Norwest Mortgage Cheryl Normandeau has been named an ac- count execu- tive at Nor- west Mort- gage's Re- hoboth Beach branch office. Norman- deau worked for 21 years at United Parcel NORMANDEAU Service. Her last area of responsibility with UPS was as project manager within the Strategic Systems Group. She is a native of upstate New York, and holds a bachelor's de- gree from Temple University, and a master's degree from the Uni- versity of Phoenix. Bozie's reopens with a new greenhouse Bozie's Produce, on Route 1, north of Dewey Beach, underwent some changes during the off sea- son this year and opened for the 1998 season with a new green- house. "We took down our old green- houses and replaced them with one bigger and better new green- house that's 84 feet long," said Jeanie Argo. "It's loaded with flowers. Bedding plants and gera- niums - all kinds of blooms. And a full line of blooming perenni- als." Bozie's opened for the new sea- son on Wednesday, April 1, and is starting with its popular assort- ment of fresh produce, plants and flowers as well as a variety of Mc- Cutcheon's jams and preserves and some homemade preserves. "We're very pleased with our new greenhouse," said Argo and we're happy to be open again for the new season." She said Bozie's will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day until they close for the year on Dec. 23. Labor ottkial to speak at Millsboro Chamber The Millsboro Chamber of Commerce will hold a general membership meeting on Thurs- day, April 16, from 3 to 7 p.m., at the Atlantic Budget Inn, U.S. 113, Millsboro. Dr. James McFadden, director of Labor Market Information for the Delaware Department of La- bor, will be the guest speaker. McFadden will discuss trend data for Sussex County, including population, growth industries, ed- ucation needs, salary levels, small businesses and other areas. A finger-food buffet will be served; the social hour will be from 5 to 6 p.m. The cost of the buffet, including beer, wine, sodas and coffee, is $6 per person. Members are encouraged to consider donating door prizes for future chamber meetings. Reservations should be made by Monday, April 13, by calling 934- 6777. NEW KITCHENS Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths li I  i1,1 ' 1 i I 25YEARS 644-9006  EXPERIENCE t tr ,   i' I RT24JUSTOFFRT 1 AT FAMILY DOLLAR MALL An exclusive rate for everybody. OPEN WITH JUST $2,500 PREMIUM RATE FOR A LIMITED TIME A GREAT OPTION FOR YOUR ROTH OR TRADITIONAL IRA CALL 1-800-222-0246 Right now with just $2,500, you can open a 9-month CoreStates CD and get the premium rate usually reserved for our Blue Ribbon customers. And while you're at it, you might want to look into becoming a Blue Ribbon customer yourself-to get rates like this and other valuable banking benefits. Call the Direct Banking Center at 1-800-222-0246, 24 hours, 7 days a week, or stop by your nearest branch. www.corestates.com The Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of the date of this newspaper. Eady withdrawal penalty will be imposed. Offer is also available to all Blue Ribbon customers with a minimum opening deposit of $500. Offer is also available to non-Blue Ribbon customers with a minimum opening deposit of $2,500 not currently on deposit with CoreStates. The Annual Percentage Yield for non-Blue Ribbon customers with less than $2,500 is mm t=.Oa. 4.90% $500,000 limit per customer. Offer subject to change without notice. CoreStates Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.