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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998 Colonial East relocates adm'strative office Colonial East will move its administrative office to Route 9, 1 1/2 miles from Route 1, effective May 4. The new address will be Colonial East Ltd., Administrative Offices, RD 5, Box 209, Lewes, DE 19958. The telephone number is 644-4758, and the fax number is 644-4522. The hours of operation will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Fri- day. Unlock the Value in Your Business. - ACQUISITIONS: Search, Due Diligence, Appraisal & Financing DIVESTITURES: Preparation, Appraisal & Marketing INTERNAL GROWTH: Business Plans, Cash Flow Improvement BUSINESS VENTURES GROUP Call Clint Phillips, CBC (302) 645-6176 * (302) 857-9763 Counsel for BuyingSellingImproving Small Business Rosanne Pack photo Milton Middle School students who regularly serve as volunteers for chamber of commerce events were recently treated to a party as a reward for their efforts. Mike Dominquez, stand- ing far right, teaches at the middle school and serves the Milton Chamber of Commerce as the youth activities coordinator. Kids power helps Milton Chamber =::==n ces Corporate & Business Law Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses DUI & Traffic Offenses Commercial Litigation By Rosanne Pack Milton business people have re- cently found that they can still tap into the energy and enthusiasm of youth when it comes to communi- ty festivals and events. The youth- ful energy comes packed into a package of middle school students who volunteer to help the Milton Chamber of Commerce and other local organizations. Mike Dominguez, a middle school teacher and the youth coor- dinator for the chamber, first orga- nized a squad of young people to help out with BargainS on the Broadkill. They helped set up booths, made sure other volun- teers had something cool to drink when they needed it and generally provided backup help whereever it was needed. Ed Harris, chamber president, said, "Kids are so enthusiastic; iiliii ....................... iiill they have been a big help for events and even town cleanup. We like to see them being a part of the community." Shortly after he opened his busi- ness, The Tackle Shack, and joined the chamber, Dominguez suggested that the youth of Milton be included more in community activities, particularly those spon- sored by the chamber. He volun- teered to take on the job of coordi- nating youth involvement, and since then, he has included middle school students in several cham- ber events. "This helps kids realize that they are an important part of the community," Domiguez said. "And they are usually so willing to help out once they are asked and g.iven a task." Many of those who have helped with chamber events are also ac- OPEN HOUSE YOUR HOSTESS: MARIA WALLS Prudential  Gallo Realty 1322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE. 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 tive in the Leo Club where they al- so volunteer their services. In the last year, more than 25 middle school students have helped with Continued on page 51 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. Come See What ]rered Homes Are All About: