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I IL . tpE e:,r[amf, Apt- ,1, IS  DeVries B PW Club names Vining Young Careerist of Year severe pay decrease than the oth- ers, even though she had more tenure. "While it may be obvious it's time to get a new job, it's not that easy - you may be in a com- fort zone. But you at least have to start looking because it's unfair to accept those terms," Vining ad- vised. She was fortunate that with a r6sum6 and college degree she was able to find more satisfactory employment at the Corner Cup- board Inn. Vining also told the managers Leslie Vining, assistant innkeeper at the Comer Cupboard Inn in Rehoboth Beach, was named the Young Careerist for 1998, at the DeVries Business and Professional Women's Club (BPW) meeting held April 7 at the Lamp Post Restaurant, Midway. Vining, competing against Beebe Medical Center nurse Lynn Hickey, gave a prepared speech on how to foster economic equali- ty across the board. Judging was done by William Vernon, broker at O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA; Darlene Steele, a member of the Seaford BPW; and Diana Young, also a Seaford BPW member and past president. A BPW member, Vining said that they "must work to pass legis- lation which will create a fair workplace." Vining said she is impressed by the fact that Small Business Ad- ministration loans for women have tripled in the past three years, noting that one-third of all new businesses are owned by women, bringing home the impor- tance of such programs financially for women. She told those gathered of a pre- vious employment experience, in which she was one of three de- partment heads and the only woman of the three. In cutting ex- penses, she received a much more among them to consider hiring more women. "You know the saying 'Friends don't let friends drive drunk.' You must take the initiative and drive home the message that 'Women don't let women work for peanuts.' We must work to make the pay scale equitable for ourselves." At the Corner Cupboard Inn, she added, she works actively to help women acquire good jobs in a positive environment. Vining will go on to represent the DeVries Club at the state con- vention in May, with the state winner competing for the title of National Young Careerist. In other matters, the DeVries BPW elected officers for 1998-99, with Betty Goldbach as president; Lynn Hickey, vice president; Josie Lopez, recording secretary; "Irish Vernon, corresponding secretary; and Marie Schmidt, treasurer. i The DeVries Business and Professional Women's Club held its annual Young Careerist of the Year competition on April 7 at the Lamp Post Restaurant. Leslie Vining, left, assistant innkeeper at the Corner Cupboard Inn in Rehoboth Beach, was given the title and now goes on to compete on the state level. With her is fellow Young Careerist Lynn Hickey, a nurse at Beebe Medical Center, and in back (l-r) judges Bill Vernon, Darlene Steele and Diana Young. Timberland seeks volunteers for trail cleanup on Button's Island April 22 The Timberland Factory Outlet, ticipating in Earth Day events this For more information or to reg- locatedin Rehoboth Outlet Center year, from beach and trail ister for the trail cleanup, either 1, is seeking volunteers for an ex- cleanups to converting a city lot visit the Timberland Factory Out- tensive trail cleanup beginning at into a park. let or call 644-0640. Once You Visit The Villages of Old Landing You Won't Want To Live Anywhere Else. lanned community of ingle family homes in a beautiful and serene setting only a few minutes from Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. The Villages of Old Landing offers you single-floor living at its best. Choose 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms from 6 stunning floor plans. From $126,900 to $174,900 (tnou0 lot and homo) . eove tYn Se*Coy 9I ene tbl mtK & *w 2-raw gentges Pea & peel house Sldm,,, Woods md lakes . C-house ry . LPG gm hmg The Villages of Old Landing is located on Old Landing Road between Highway One and Rebeboth Bay adjacent to the golf course. Four linished models open every day 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Call (302) 227-7989 or 1-800-344-1814 outside of Sussex County 10 a.m. on Burton's Island Trail, on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22. Burton's Island Trail is located within the Delaware Seashore State Park, south of Dewey on Route One. With the help of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Department of Natural Resources and Environ- mental Control's Division of Parks and Recreation, the Timber- land Factory Outlet will sponsor the cleanup efforts. Anyone who would like to par- tieipate must first register with the Timberland Factory Outlet. On the day of the event, volunteers will receive free T-shirts as well as a coupon for 25 percent off any Timberland purchase. The Timberland Company of- fers its full-time employees 40 hours (part time, 20 hours) a year of paid leave for community ser- available. One will surely meet your needs! ,ttz00 a'o00 o004xul00l Fat  , CALL TODAY/ 72 BRISTOL WAY, Sussex East vice. In 1997, Timberland employ- ees performed more than 17,000 hours of community service, and in 1998, Timberland expects to exceed more than 20,000 hours. Over 50 Timberland stores across the United States are par-