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NARFE to celebrate Public Service Secogmtion Week Public Service. Recognition Association of Retired Federal Week will be celebrated May 3-9, Employees (NARFE) will be rec- throughout the nation. Governor ognizing an employee from each Tom Carper will be signing on level of government at their May May 5 a statewide proclamation 20 luncheon meeting to be held at declaring the week in Delaware. It the Rusty Rudder in Dewey is a program sponsored by the Beach. The employees and the Public Employees Roundtable, an area of government they represent organization whose goal is to edu- for this year's program are: care Americans about the quality City: George H.P. Smith, May- of people in government and of or of Lewes the services they provide, to en- County: Heather Sheridan, di- hance esprit de corps among pub- rector of operations, Sussex Coun- lic employees, and to encourage ty Engineering Department. interest in public service careers. State: Corporal Lewis Briggs, The four levels of government that encompass the program are city, county, state and national (federal). The week of recognition is to bring awareness to all that ca- reerists, appointed officials, feder- al, state and local employees are all a part of government. Such em- ployees touch each of our lives each day, both directly and indi- rectly. Chapter 1690 of the National Delaware State Police, Communi- cations Federal: Glenn Nathan, Social Security Administration, George- town office These employees will be pre- sented certificates of appreciation by State Representative John Shroeder, D-Lewes and further recognition by members of the chapter. For more information, call Bur- ton Barr at 227-2736. k. : _ VIA to hold annual luncheon May 13 The Village Improvement Association, a member of the General Fed- eration of Women's Clubs, will meet on Wednesday, May 13, at 12:30 p.m., at the Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club for its annual Spring Luncheon. At this time the new officers will be installed. All members and their guests are encouraged to attend. Cmttm00 ARTIST OF THE WEEK Lois Clohessy Will Create Her Art Saturday, May 9th Hand Painted One of a Kind Items. Don't Forget... Only 198 hours Til Mother's Day! Special Gifts For Your Speczt Morrt 31 Rehoboth Avenue Open Daily 302-227-7990 FREE GIFT WRAPPING ii!!!i!!iiiil   Contemporary Twin Queen Sleep Sofa Mattress Sets with Innerspring Mattress Starting As Low As n'00S44 9 S4900ac000'ece" Upholstered in textured fabric *(Sold in sets only) 2 Piece Sectional Sofa with Sleeper In Contemporary Mauve & Teal Fabric only $ 1099 Contemporary Whitewash 4-Piece Bedroom Group Includes Double Dresser, Mirror, Q/F Headboard & Nightstand. Sofas In Contemporary, Traditional & Transitional Styles Starting As Low As s359 I Glass & Metal Occasional Tables End Tables Starting As Low As 5 9 each ! Cocktail Tables from i s99 Country Dinette 5-Piece White With Natural Butcherblock Top Wood Futon Frame In Natural Finish. o.,,s269 Matching 3-Piece End & Cocktail Tables on,y$269 8" Futon Mattress Assorted Colors. Only S 139 4-Piece Wicker Bedroom Groups Includes Double Dresser, Mirror, Q/F Headboard & Nightstand. Wash Finish White or Natural s599 s679 2-Position Recliners Choice of Color *$199 Rattan Sofa In Cotton Floral Print n'00S49 9 5-Piece Metal & Glass Dinette Matching Baker's Rack 5-Piece Euro-Styled Laminate Top Dinette With Castered Chairs, Almond Finish n'00S64 9 27 | "4