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- C-E GkZETTE, 'ida,.ril. -_pril., 1995 Resort chamber offers "Media Advertising Fair" The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will offer a "Media Advertising Fair" on Wednesday, April 26, from 5"30-7:30 p.m. at the At- lantic Sands Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. Chamber members are invited to attend, free of charge, to enjoy wine and munchies and investi- gate advertisement opportunities available for their purchase. For more information, call Gina at the chamber office at 227-2233, extension 11. Shafer named LCC Employee of the Month Georgeanne Shafer has been named Lewes Convalescent Cen- ter's Employee of the Month for April. Georgeanne is a trained secretary and has worked for the FORUM Group for almost ll years. Her cheerful voice is the first one you'll hear when calling the center. "Working with the elderly is a very rewarding experience," said Shafer. "They tell funny stories and are a fountain of informa- tion." Born in Wilmington and raised in Milford, she and her hus- band of 33 years, Dennis, still make their home there. They have two grown children, Dar- la, a comput- er program- mer, and Dar- ren, a li- censed elec- trician. Shafer en- joys reading and traveling. SR Home remodeling topic of seminar Boardwalk Builders, Inc. of Re- hoboth beach has announced that in addition to previously offered custom home building seminar, a seminar on home remodeling also will be presented. Both seminars will be held Saturday, April 29. The two-hour seminars, to be held at Boardwalk Builders Route 1 offices, cover topics such as: how to choose a builder; design; budget, financing; and construc- tion. The fee for each seminar is $15 per person, and reservations are required. For more informa- tion and to register, call 227-5754. Lewes Chamber to meet on April 27 The Lewes Chamber of Com- merce and Visitors Center will hold its monthly meeting begin- ning at 8 a.m. Thursday, April 27, at the Lighthouse Restaurant in Lewes. John Brown will update those in attendance on the progress of Sus- Sex County Habitat for Humanity. Steve Mandes, development di- rector for People's Place 1I, also will be a guest speaker. "Rent or buy? r topic of April 29 seminar Should you rent or buy a home? That will be the subject .of two free seminars, sponsored by The Prudential Gallo Realty, a 13- year-old full service real estate company based in Lewes, in con- junction with Margaretten & Company, set for Saturday, April 29, from 1-2 p.m. at the Rehoboth Econo Lodge on Route 1, Re- hoboth Beach. The first session is designed for first-time home buy- ers and will cover a variety of top- ics relating to home ownership. The second session, slated to be- gin at 2:30, will highlight the sec- ond home. buyer and their advan- tages. Leading the seminars will be Stephen Lange of Margaretten & Company and real estate agents Kathy Engel and Michael Makowski of The Prudential Gal- lo Realty. Seating will be limited. For more information and to make reservations, call 645-6661. Sea Horse, Greybeard's plan cigar dinners The Sea Horse Restaurant and Greybeard's Tobacconist, both of Continued on page 61 Steve Hoenigmann photo Racing's Total Image opens on Route 1 NASCAR has come to the beach. Racing's Total Image, a new store that, among other things, officially licensed NASCAR products, has opened its doors in the Shoppes of Camelot on the southbound side of Route 1 just north of Rohoboth Beach. A family owned store, the father and son team of Harold and Butch Wingate will man the store from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. It's a place sure to delight any racing fan. Their products include hats, T.shirts, plaques, license plates, jackets, White Rose Match- box models (they've been a dealer since 1991. only one of two dealers in Delaware), cards, magazines, collector dinner plates, mugs and steins and the latest rage - pogs. For more information, give Butch or Harold a call at 227-1320. Why write a check? Improve your cash flow with barter! In today's roller coaster economic climate, your business often has to spend more money than it takes in. You're not alone! Spiraling overhead and tight cash flow are causing companies to rethink their cash man- agement strategies for the 90's. That's why com- panies of all sizes and in every business category are discovering the advantages of using barter to improve cash flow and capture new business. IBartering for the goods and services your comlpany needs is an effective management tooll that goes straight to the bottom line and makes good financial sense. Delaware Barter Corporation is one of the fastest growing barter exchanges in the U.S. with over 650 active mem- bers trading for goods and services that you're probably paying cash for fight now. Delaware Barter Corporation manages all trading activities and helps find what your busi- ness needs, while at the same time promoting what your business can trade to other members. Isn't it time your business strengthened its cash flow position with a barter strategy? For more information and a listing of goods and services available on the exchange, call Delaware Barter Corporation today at: New Castle County: (302) 652-8931 Kent g Sussex Countie00 (800) 343-1322 DELAWARE BARTER  CORPORATION