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Schellenger&apos;s, a men's clothing store, opens in Lewes By Denn; Forney It's the first men's clothing store Schellenger's, a men's clothing in Lewes since Billy D. Graves store on Second Street, opens for closed his Second Street store business on April 13 in Lewes. more than a decade ago. ..........  * +, % ::!ii::: :i., ::: :.,:U >'" ::<:;:!ii. Dennis Forney photo Ginger Schellenger Henriksen, left, is owner of he new men's clothing store that uses her maiden name. At right is Ginger's sister, Dixie Schellenger Fritz, who will be helping out in the store. Briefly Del Tech celebrates administrators April 25 A luncheon and fashion show will mark Administrative Office Professional's Day on Wednes- day, April 25, at Delaware Techni- cal & Community College, Owens campus. The fashion show will feature apparel from the Twila Farrell boutique in Lewes. The shop specializes in hand painted, distinctive clothing, ac- cessories and silks. The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Carter Partnership Center and the cost is $26. Preregistration is required; to register by April 20, call 854- 6966. SCORE meeting on business start.up April 26 The Delaware chapter of SCORE will conduct a workshop titled Thinking of Starting Your Own Business, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Small Business Re- source center, 103 West Pine Street, Georgetown. Executives will discuss the es- sential guidelines for starting or improving a small business. The workshop fee is $25 and can be prepaid at the Small Busi- ness Resources Center in George- town. More. information and reservations can be arranged by calling 856-1555 or 645-8006. Loan informational meeting set for April 27 First State Community Loan Fund will host a business loan in- formation workshop called Show Me the Money! from 6-7 p.m., April 27, at the Milford .Public Li- brary. The seminar will cover re- sources for Delaware's small businesses and a review the oan fund's application process. To register for the session, call Delores Lee. loan administrator, at 800-652-4779. BOINES BEACH HOMES , Inc.--. 4343 Hu; J\\;,a- O,xl!. Rt: u myrJ BEA(:I I. DE 19971 Phone: 302-227-3400, Toll Free: 800-669-6263 en-mil: boines@ce net Specializing in Custom Modular Homes Ginger Schellenger Henriksen is owner of the new business. She named it for her great grandpar- ents who were river pilots. One of them - Charles Schellenger - was among 10 seaman, including five pilots, lost when the pilot schooner ENOCH TURLEY was swept out to sea by a gale in Sep- tember of ! 889. "We decided to go with the pilot motif in the store and we have pictures from that chapter of our family's history," said Henriksen. "Included is the old family house on Gills Neck Road." Schellenger's fulfills a longtime desire of Henriksen's. "I've al- ways been interested in doing a clothing store. For 17 years I was a secretary for my husband, Jack, in his law office. "When he was appointed a Family Court judge I lost my Job: I couldn't be his secretary there due to the state's nepotism laws. That gave me my chance. I would have liked to do a lady's store but there are enough in downtown Lewes now. I have a small line of lady's clothing but we're concen- trating on men's clothing." Henriksen said Schellenger's will include golfing wear by Bob- by Jones, oxford shirts by Enro, resort clothing from Joey Richi including shirts, pants, sweaters, socks and hats, and alligator-style shirts from LaCoste. "We'll have Calvin Klein un- derwear but that won't be in until next week." Henriksen said her new store al- so features a wide selection of ties and bow ties. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, year-round. "This is something needed in Lewes. I went to New York City in January for a buying trip. It was very exciting and now I'm looking forward to being open," said Henriksen. "A lot of work " has gone into the new store. It will be a relief to finally open the doors to the public." Accept Major Credit Cardsl & age of business, without hassle. "Allthe $ y g/or. com ort andamenities ou're lookin .. in a secluded, gated community. VV V'ff Building you, dream. Its what we do. Courtyard homes, townhomes, villas and single family homes... All in a beautifully landscaped resort only minutes from historic Lewes. Amenities include swimming pool, tennis courts, fitness center, clubhouse and natural ponds and streams. Plantations in Lewes / 302-645-2727 or 800-777-1530 QUALITY HOMES FROM $140,000 TO $280,000 Call for directions. www.countrylifehomes.corn