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42 FRIDAY, APRIL 11- MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Debbie Reed Team of RE/MAX Realty welcomes Sherri Nowicki The Debbie Reed Team of RE/ MAX Realty Group, Rehoboth Beach, welcomes veteran realtor Sherri Nowieki to itg rankg. No- wicki comes to coastal Delaware and The Debbie Reed Team from Harford County, Mary- land, where she lived for 20-plus years Sherri Nowicki and worked as a licensed, full- time agent with Garceau Realty since January 2008. Nowicki joins The DRT with invaluable education, experi- ence and skills. A degree in sales and marketing from Grove City College, plus certification as a home staging specialist com- bined with her work in custom home building and as a realtor equip Nowicki to offer top-level professional service to clients. She is licensed in both Delaware and Maryland. "We are thrilled to include Sherri as a member of our team," said team leader Debbie Reed. "In addition to her impressive qualifications, experience and professionalism, Sherri is a warm, likable person who I know will be a great asset." When asked what she enjoys most about being a realtor, No- wicki said, "I love the staging end of it - helping people redesign their homes to get them sold." According to the Real Estate Staging Association, "Real estate staging is the act of preparing and showcasing residential or commercial property for sale. It is a systematic and coordi- nated methodology in which knowledge of real estate, home renovations and creative design principles are applied to attract a buyer." When not assisting sellers, Nowicki enjoys working out at Briefly )) Deale promoted at Tastefully Simple Shelly Deale, a Millsboro resi- dent and independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., is now a team manager with the national direct seller of delicious, easy-to-prepare foods. Deale earned the promotion through sales achievements and by adding new consultants to the team. The promotion entitles Deale to a variety of benefits, such :as commissions, bonuses, allowances and more. For more information about Tastefully Simple products, taste-testing parties or starting a Tastefully Simple business, contact Deale at shelly_hance@ hotmail.com. For more informa- tion about Tastefully Simple, visit tastefuUysimple.com. the gym, walking on the beach and decorating her own home. She and her husband, Rick, have two on, Matt and Eric. Nowicki and her family have been coming to the Delmarva beaches for 10 years of vacation memories, and have owned sev- eral beach houses. "I've always wanted to call this area home," she says. The Debbie Reed Team works together to help make people's real estate dreams at the beach come true, even among its own members. Nowicki joins the No. 1 RE/ MAX team in the Delaware/ Pennsylvania region. The Deb- bie Reed Team also ranks in the Top 50 RE/MAX teams in the United States, and the Top 100 RE/MAX teams worldwide. The team is composed of Debbie Reed, realtor and team leader; Cyndi Marsh, realtor and team manager; Ashlee Reed Hidell, realtor, broker and director of de- velopment and marketing; Amy Warick, realtor and sales manag- er. Buyer's agents include realtors Sandra Iefferson, Christy Brown, Kathy Wilson, Georgiann Little and Tiffany Carver-O'Malley. Beth Shinn serves as realtor, settlement coordinator and list- ing specialist; Dianne Deming as realtor, marketing manager; Karen Thomas as office manager; and Nowicki as realtor, home stager and listing specialist. The Debbie Reed Team office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday. All members of The Debbie Reed Team can be reached by calling 302-337-3818. Find out more at www.debbier- eed.com. Dagsboro ANTIQUE Center (302) 732-6955 28293 Clayton Street, P.O. Box 531 Dagsboro, DE, Rt. 20 & 26 Opposite the P.O. Two floors filled with 40 dealers, furniture, pottery, glass and much more. Come see if you can spot your favorite dealers from Affordable Antiques & Antique Village. OPEN: Monday - Saturday 11-4, Sunday 12-4 Odorous House Ants Ants are By: Darin McMahon, Activ Pest Solutions Are you having problems with pesky ants? According to the National Pest Control Association, ants have become the number one pest problem. Delaware is no exception and we have the most tenacious ant of them all. Sussex and Kent counties host the most reproductive and often the most difficult to control, the Odorous House Ant. DESCRIPTION The Odorous House Ant is found throughout the United States. This pest is often found foraging for food in long trails over household surfaces and can contaminate food products. the number one pest problem Odorous House Ants are tiny, about 1/8"long and are dark brown to black in color. They can be easily identified by the sweet sour coconut odor that is produced when their bodies are crushed. LIFE CYCLE Odorous House Ants may develop huge colonies, ranging in size from several hundred to over 100,000 individuals. These ants can produce hundreds of !aying queens and thousands of workers. The male and female reproductives are often called winged swarmers. Swarmers first appear in early summer months. The male swarmers will emerge from the parent colony first, followed bythe new queen. Odorous House Ants eggs have an incubation period from 11 to 26 days. Each colony will have several queens laying eggs, but each may deposit only one egg per day. The worker and the queens live for several years while males usually die a few days after mating and the mated females begin new colonies. The queens continue laying eggs until late fall. During the winter months you will find adults foraging inside. Cold weather will not stop activity, just decrease it. In spring, workers begin foraging and queens resume their egg laying. BEHAVIOR Odorous House Ants can harbor in many different places both indoors and out. Inside, these ants usually construct their nest in wall voids, under carpets, behind paneling, in crevices, in cupboards and especially around hot water pipes and heaters. Outside, they are found in exposed soil, mulch, usually shallow, and under stones, boards, bricks and other debris. They will use cracks in the house to enter as well as tree limbs. They will most likely enter buildings when their honeydew supply or sweet supply of food is reduced by excessive rain or drought. Trimming landscape away from the home and removing stored items such as firewood, potted plants and building material from the foundation will assist in the prevention of an odorous house ant infestation. call us today at 302-645-1502 to schedule your inspection. 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