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REHOBOTH BEACH 22 Robins Lane Your opportunity to be part of the North Shores community with all it has to offer. Complete with private beach, community pool, tennis and marina. Bike to State Park Beach or to Rehoboth. Use or rent house as is or a great location to build new. $1,189,000 REHOBOTH BEACH 37277 Martin, Unit #23 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome with community swimming pool. Walking distance to the beach and a few minutes to shopping and restaurants. Investment or primary/secondary home at the beach. $230,000 REHOBOTH BEACH RBYCC - 158 E. Side Dr Newly constructed home in Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club with panoram- ic views of Moonlight Bay to see beautiful moonrises and sunrises. 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 Master suites downstairs. Upstairs huge loft BR & huge unfinished space. Large, enclosed outdoor parking/ storage/etc. Energy Star & Green Advantage Certified. 9’ ceilings. Wired for solar. $998,500 REHOBOTH BEACH 59 Maryland Ave, Unit 401 Charming updated spacious corner condo unit in Gerar Place. Small condo building with 17 units and coin operated washer/dryer on ground floor. Just two blocks from the beach and the Boardwalk. Beautiful view of Lake Gerar and the park from the balcony. Tile floors throughout. $449,900 HOCKESSIN Commercial Property in Hockessin This 4.25 acre property (4328 and 4336 Millcreek Road) located across from The Back Burner Restaurant, shopping and other amenities is a gem for investor/developers. Includes public utilities,natural gas, public water and sewer, sidewalks, and a residential structure built in 2006 with 400 amp service and full unfinished basement. Also has a 700 square foot bungalow which has been used as an office. $2,000,000. REHOBOTH BEACH Star of the Sea Unit #102 Enjoy spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean in this studio condo-apartment located on the Boardwalk of Rehoboth Beach. Kitchen,dining and sleep areas. Water/sewer/trash covered by condo fees. $380,000. REHOBOTH BEACH RBYCC 1 Surrey Road is a one-level, three bedroom, three bathroom home on a large landscaped corner lot. Open floorplan with hardwood floors. Tile in bathroom and carpet in bedroom. Large attic for storage or to add rooms. Screened porch has built-in benches overlooking a nicely landscaped yard with privacy. $575,000. RED U CED REHOBOTH BEACH 37315 Trent Court Well-appointed 3 BR, 4.5 BA townhouse in walking/biking distance to beach & downtown Rehoboth and near the beautiful natural habitat of the wetlands. Ceramic tile throughout the first floor family room and full bath. Hardwood on main floor. Curved stairway leads to two large master bedrooms. Move-in ready or rent in the interim. Garage has 50 amp/240 volt plug for car charger and includes a large walk-in shower. $495,000 RED U CED Retirement isn’t an end. It’s just the beginning. A long and successful career should be followed by a long and happy retirement. But it won’t happen on its own. You have to be sure you’re investing properly to help you reach it, and then follow a solid strategy both now and through your retirement years. As a Financial Advisor, I have the experience and tools to help you develop a strategy that is right for you. Call to arrange an appointment today and let us help you keep your wealth working for you. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC, its affiliates and Morgan Stanley Financial Advisors do not provide tax or legal advice. Indi should consult their tax advisor for matters involving taxation and tax planning and their attorney for matters involving trust estate planning and other legal matters. © 2013 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC David A. Humes Senior Vice President Financial Advisor 55 Cascade Lane Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302 644 6617 david.humes@morgan stanley.com AskDavidHumes.com Retirement isn’t an end. It’s just the beginning. A long and successful career should be followed by a long and happy retirement. But it won’t happen on its own. You have to be sure you’re investing properly to help you reach it, and then follow a solid strategy both now and through your retirement years. As a Financial Advisor, I have the experience and tools to help you develop a strategy that is right for you. Call to arrange an appointment today and let us help you keep your wealth working for you. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC, its affiliates and Morgan Stanley Financial Advisors do not provide tax or legal advice. Individuals should consult their tax advisor for matters involving taxation and tax planning and their attorney for matters involving trust and estate planning and other legal matters. © 2013 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC David A. Humes Senior Vice President Financial Advisor 55 Cascade Lane Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302 644 6617 david.humes@morgan stanley.com AskDavidHumes.com 50 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations honored Tammy Watkins of Millsboro as its 2017 National Communicator of the Year at the organization's annual conference in March. Watkins was the northeast re- gional recipient of the award in 2016 and competed against six other community college communication professionals for the national designation. The award honors a two-year college marketing professional who has demonstrated special leadership and ability in college communi- cation. Watkins currently serves as instructional coordinator and full-time faculty at Delaware Technical Community College. In this role she teaches business, management, marketing, and training and development cours- es. She also assists with strategic planning, recruitment, advising, retention and student success ini- tiatives, and evaluation of adjunct faculty. Prior to her recent job change, Watkins served as assis- tant vice president for marketing and public relations at Delaware Tech from 2012 to 2016, providing statewide leadership, administra- tive oversight and coordination of all marketing, public relations, advertising, social media and cri- sis communication. With a career spanning more than two decades at Delaware Tech, Watkins is characterized by her peers as a consummate professional and leader. As assis- tant vice president for marketing and public relations, she provided leadership for an independent, comprehensive marketing study and led the development of a new statewide marketing campaign. She collaborated closely with ad- ministrators and staff to address student needs at every level. She served as a key member of the Student Success Committee to increase student connections with the college and transition to college life. Watkins joined Delaware Tech in 1996 as a graphic designer and has held a variety of other posi- tions at the college, including marketing coordinator, marketing operations manager and instruc- tional director/department chair for the business administration and computer information sys- tems programs at the Owens Campus. Watkins has a bach- elor's degree in communication, journalism and public relations from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree in education from the University of Delaware. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in educational leadership from Delaware State University. The council supports the professional development of community college communica- tors, serving more than 1,700 members from more than 550 colleges across the United States and Canada. It is the only organi- zation of its kind that exclusively represents marketing and public relations professionals at com- munity and technical colleges and is one of the largest affiliates of the American Association of Community Colleges. Watkins named National Communicator of the Year Tammy Watkins SUBMITTED PHOTO REHOBOTH BEACH-DEWEY BEACH CHAMBER of Commerce rep- resentatives welcomed Juice Box Café with a ribbon cutting April 10.  Shown are (l-r) Lisa Daisey, Luca Daisey, Blaise Daisey and Patty Burken- tine, Rehoboth-Dewey chamber. The fresh, unique juice bar and café is now open on Second Street in Rehoboth Beach. The café has expanded from its original location nes- tled along the Assawoman Canal trail in Ocean View. Juice Box Café offers local homemade kombucha, acai bowls, wheat- grass, organic fresh juice, 100 percent fruit smoothies, frosties, breakfast sandwiches,almondandavocadotoast,organiclunchesandZeke’scoffee. It has a full espresso bar complete with cold brew and bulletproof coffee. One of their most popular sandwiches, the Nori wrap, features Nori, qui- noa, wasabi aoli, cucumber, daikon, carrots, and their secret weapon Asian dressing. New this year, cold press juice to go will be available for customers on the run. Both locations are open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday to Sunday. Begin- ning Memorial Day weekend, the cafés will open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week. For more information, go to www.myjuicebox.biz. RIBBON CUTTING HELD FOR JUICE BOX CAFÉ IN REHOBOTH BEACH