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4 - CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 12 - April 14, 2005 Steven Billups photos Friends of Lewes Canalfront Park reap development benefits Ocean Atlantic Associates and Meridian Enterprises have made a donation of $20,000 to the Friends of the Lewes Canalfront Park. This nonprofit organization is working towards rais- ing $3.2 million to cover the costs of the Canalfront Park construction, maintenance, pro- grams, and operations. Currently, $1.1 million has been raised, primarily through gifts from local residents and companies in the area. "We are glad to partner with Ocean Atlantic Associates and the Darin Lockwood Compa- nies in bringing this important new asset to our region. They understand the need to give back to the communities that they serve and the Canalfront Park is very pleased to have their support," said Michael J. Rawl, campaign manager for the Canalfront Park. Shown above (l-r) are Justin Healy, broker - OAA; Michael J. Rawl, campaign manager for the Friends of the Lewes Canalfront Park; and Darin Lockwood, president, Meridian Enter- prises. Ocean Atlantic Agency and its project partner, Meridian Enterprises contributed $20,000 to the Friends of the Canalfront Park from the development profits from Beach Plum Dunes. Below, Tim Green, left, project manager of the Tides, presents John Schroeder, treasurer of Sussex County Land Trust, with a check for nearly $35,000 from profits from the develop- ment. The Sussex Land Trust received a contribution of nearly $93,000 from Ocean Atlantic Agency and its project partner Meridian Enterprises. Funds are from the development prof- its. Shown are (l-r) Justin Healy, broker at Ocean Atlantic Agency; John Schroeder, treasurer of Sussex County Land Trust and Darin Lockwood, president of Meridian Enterpris- es. 00.4kULINE 302-227-1800 Direct 800-218-6553 Toll Free ....... F'ORTER 302-645-5513 Evening 317 Rehoboth Avenue. Rehoboth Beach. Delaware 19971 302-227-4800 800-955-6350 117 SILVERLAKE DRIVE Silver Lake is considered one of the most prestigious addresses in Rehoboth Beach. This magnificent home anchors not only the lakeside, but also captures the epitome of classic beach style cottages. Completely renovated by the owner/designer, the details found in this gem define perfection and include custom features not found in new homes built today. With unobstructed lake and ocean views, the home and guest house boast 3,500 sq.ft, in total, 5 bedroomsl5 baths, a heated pool, won- derful entertaining areas induding multiple decks and brick patios, lush gardens and privacy. You've seen its design emulated, now is your opportunity to own the real thing. CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR PRIVATE  TOUR OF THIS UNIQUE HOME. NATURE AND THE 1202 S. Bayshore Drive offers a sandy beach and open water bay vistas the east and National Wildlife natural to the ". beam, tongue & groove pine ceiling and built-in bunks to the charm and functionality of this quintessential beach This comfortable, year-round beach house sleeps 10 and a sailboat breakfast bar, 2 BR, 1 BA, covered parking and copious storage screened porch, bayview & baybreeze entertaining deck, fishing, kayaking, walks and the hush of tranquility. Come to Broadkill Beach to 3lug from the rest of the world and reconnect with yourself, with family, reconnect with nature. Exclusively to Skip Faust