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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Brief Continued from page 53 Esq. of the Academy of Work- place Dispute Resolution in Philadelphia will speak on how to build bridges instead of walls when resolving conflict. Whether it consists of an organi- zational dispute between two de- partments, or a discrimination complaint, the academy resolves workplace conflict, allowing clients to avoid costly litigation or further disruption at work. The cost of the breakfast meet- ing is $12. For reservations, call Carol Craddock, 422-451 l, or fax 424-4385, no later than Friday, May 5. The DeiMarVa Human Re- sources Group is an affiliated chapter of the National Society for Human Resources Management. Jeweler, artist Goldstein to visit Kitty&apos;s April 28-29 Arnold Goldstein, jeweler, artist and owner of Wrought in Ameri- ca, will be coming to Kitty's Ltd. "in Milisboro from 4 to 7 p.m., Fri- day, April 28 and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, April 29. Goldstein specializes in silver and gold jewelry as well as leather belts, handbags and backpacks for men and women. He has recently returned after working with Robert Redford, the Sundance Catalog and the Sun- dance Resort. Goldstein will be showing his work during his visit. For more information, call 934- 9578. April 28 - May 4, 2000 USDA rural development applications ready U.S. Agriculture Under Secre- tary for Rural Development Jill Long Thompson has announced that the USDA is accepting appli- cations to participate in the Rural Housing Services' Rural Commu- nity Development Initiative. The initiative is a $6 million grant program to help private, nonprofit, c0mmunity-based pro- grams improve rural economic development, housing and com- munity facilities. Qualified pri- vate and public, including tribal inte'rmediary organizations pro- posing to provide technical assis- tance to such projects are eligible to receive funds. The deadline to apply is 4 p.m., June 15. For more information, call Beth Jones at 202-720-1498, or contact her via e-mail at <epjones@rd- mail .rural .usda.gov>. Fulton Financial earns$25.3 million Fulton Financial Corp. on April 18 announced its earnings for the first quarter of 2000. Diluted net income per share increased 8.8 percent to 37 cents, up from 34 cents last year. The $6. l billion Lancaster, Pa.-based holding company also earned a record $25.3 million in the first quarter, a 7.6 percent increase over the same period last year. The increase in net income re- sulted from the continued growth in revenue and expense controls. Fulton Financial operates 153 banking offices in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey through l l affiliates, in- cluding Delaware National Bank in Georgetown. For more infor- mation, visit the"company's Web site at <www.fult.com>. State streamlines hiring secretarial staff A new streamlined hiring process for entry-level tested sec- retarial positions went into effect on April 26, National Secretaries Day, in the State of Delaware, said State personnel director Harriet Smith Windsor. Applicants will now be able to apply for these secretarial posi- tions on a continuous basis, rather than being restricted by the cur- rent schedule of two opportunities a year. Those wishing to apply need only visit one of the three State Personnel Office locations, complete a State of Delaware ap- plication and take a computerized . written and keyboard tests, all in the same day There will be no waiting for minimum qualifica- tions, as the passing of the tests satisfies the minimum require- i ments. In the Georgetown per- sonnel office, testing takes place from noon to 8 p m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays. 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