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THE MAX Challenge, one of the nation's fastest-growing fit- ness concepts, announced the opening of its new location in Lewes April 24. A comprehensive 10-week body and mind renewal program, The MAX Challenge combines a structured workout regimen with an easy-to-follow nutritional guide to help achieve and sustain optimal health and fitness. The program promotes a slow and systematic approach toward attaining physical suc- cess by educating members on the impact a balanced nutritional diet and positive mental attitude have on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. All participants are provided with a certified MAX instructor who is present at all times to en- sure that members execute each exercise safely and efficiently. In- structors also alternate exercise routines daily to avoid monotony and to ensure that members remain fully engaged, and most importantly, enjoy the time they spend reaching the peak of their physical abilities. "Our goal is to make our members not only healthier people, but happier people," said Lisa Cammy, owner of THE MAX of Lewes. "We are elated to open our newest location, and look forward to changing lives with our unique body renewal system." For more information, go to Knowledgeable People. Professional Design. Start your kitchen or bathroom remodeling project at our newest showroom in Millsboro! *Certain conditions apply, see store for details or visit Buy Cabinets, save. Buy Appliances and Countertops, save more... A lot more. 28412 DuPont Blvd., Millsboro, DE 19966 • 302.223.9200 KITCHEN & BATH Reico COME BY OUR SHOWROOM $200Value Sign up for drawing to win dinner at Baywood Greens. No purchase necessary. Indoor & Outdoor Fireplaces Wood · Gas · Pellet Stoves | Fire Pits · Grills · Pavers Hardscaping & Outdoor Kitchens | Gas Logs and more FEATURING: FIREPLACE, ROOFING, CHIMNEY & HARDSCAPING SPECIALISTS REHOBOTH BEACH 20845 Coastal Hwy 302-727-5643 WILMINGTON 116 Valley Road 302-658-5186 Free Estimates Hardscaping & Outdoor Kitchens | Gas Logs and more Since 1926 52 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette THE MAX Challenge cuts ribbon on new Lewes location SUBMITTED PHOTO THE MAX CHALLENGE team members shown are (l-r) Shawna Shomo, Ce- celia Cardano, owners Lisa and Mark Cammy, Michael Sammut, and Mary Pat Shirey, with Betsy Reamer, Lewes Chamber of Commerce. The Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille announced its partnership with the Sea Turtle Conservancy to help promote awareness about the different species of sea turtles and the various threats to their survival. In honor of the partnership, the restaurant will sponsor a green turtle in the 10th annual Tour de Turtles, a sea turtle migra- tion marathon, in July, and will also donate proceeds from The Greene Turtle's signature drink, Hell in the Shell made with Na- ked Turtle White Rum, to the conservancy. From Monday, May 1, to Mon- day, May 22, The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille will also launch a contest for guests to name the turtle that will be in the Tour de Turtles Marathon. The name that receives the most votes will win $500, and the win- ner will be announced on World Turtle Day, Tuesday, May 23. "We are very excited to be partnering with the Sea Turtle Conservancy," said Nick Kegg, director of beverage and innova- tion at The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille. "As a business that started in Ocean City, Md., we feel strongly about ocean conservation efforts and hope that this partnership can make a difference in educating the public about sea turtles and their protection." "Sea Turtle Conservancy is proud to be partnering with a company like Greene Tur- tle Restaurants. Corporate and nonprofit partnerships like this can make a huge difference in the survival of endangered spe- cies and help raise awareness about the role we can all play in protecting wildlife," said David Godfrey, executive director of Sea Turtle Conservancy. The Tour de Turtles safely tracks wild female sea turtles during their annual migrations from selected nesting spots in Florida and the Caribbean, in an effort to raise awareness about threats to sea turtles and encour- age positive stewardship of the ocean and coastal habitats.   Turtle-naming contest to be held May 1-22 at Greene Turtle