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Conference on employability of people with disabilities set May 14 in Dover "Untapped Resources," a con- ference about the employability of people with disabilities, will be held on Thursday, May 14, at the Dover Sheraton. Conference topics will include how businesses and organizations can recruit, hire and maximize the performance of people with dis- abilities. The event will feature signifi- cant speakers from government Milton Continued from page 50 BargainS, a downtown cleanup, the Milton Lions' Fall Festival, the Pumpkin Festival, the Holly Festival and Lions Club and fire company dinners. Hubert "Mike" Mock, middle school principal, said that the students have even provided baby-sitting services while teachers and parents have been involved in testing. As the student volunteers en- joyed a recent pizza party the chamber sponsored in their honor, they talked of their reasons for volunteering for chamber and town events. Many said they like feeling a part of their community and industry, including Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner and Craig Schroeder, senior executive vice president of MBNA. Human services managers and supervisors, professionals in the disability field and people with disabilities are invited to attend. The cost is $20, which includes continental breakfast, lunch and program materials. The one-day conference is host- and helping others makes them feel good. Comments such as, "People need our help, and we don't do it for rewards, but for fun." and "We can make a difference; when we help people out, we feel good about ourselves." were common. Some students said that volunteer- ing for an event put them fight in the middle of the community and made them feel like they had a place and a purpose. Heads nodded when one girl said that it was great to have an opportunity to give back to the community because each of them received a lot from the communi- ty. The middle school students even considered the long-range importance of building a strong town where they hope to live and ed by the University of Dela- ware's Center for Disabilities Studies, the Delaware Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Delaware Association of Rehabil- itation Facilities. Sponsors include Chimes, the Delaware Economic Development Office, and the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce. For more information, call 302- 836-1952. do business themselves after they have finished school. The Milton Middle School stu- dents who volunteer for the cham- ber of commerce events include the following: Leah Addor, James Eley, Heather West, Kevin Wyatt, Sarah Sprague, Mike Keller, Anais Quinones, Daniel Crouch, Ashley Dickens, Tina Rickards, Jonathan Parsall, Katie Clark, Brandy Thompson, Neeraja Peri and Meghan Fullmer. Other students who volunteer for the chamber are the following: Darianna Wright, Martha Daniels, Ashley Bradley, Andrew McMa- naman, Mary McManaman, Lyn- dsey Schoonover, Pam Wyatt, Omar Johnson, Dominique Kee, Jamaal Burton, K.C. Fulton, Marie Armond, Chad Clifton and Brandy Rehkamp. Call Today! For A Free Resort Rental Analysis And Listing Packet Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. Rehoboth, Dewey, Lewes -,.:%:-- http://www.longandfoster.com " l e-mail lfrental@shore.intercom.net L..ib"-.:!:' Ask for Alma, Penny or Dick ,..}4 ...... (302) 3821 (800)272 227 -2828  ":2.".- ; :.v ." m ) CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 1 - May 7, 1998 - 51 Elsie Guenther, formerly of Philadelphia, says without any hesitation of her new residence at Plantations, 'I love my home!" "My sister, her husband and I started looking for a place to retire. We searched diligently from Maryland to North Carolina. When we met some- one on the ferry who really enjoyed living in Lewes, we started to look here. 'Ve made an industrious search before my sis- ter and her husband found their home in Lewes. But I had wanted to build my own dream home. 'q'hat's when I found Plantations and its builder, Country Life Homes. "Plantations is such a lovely place to live. And everyone at Country Life -- from the receptionists to the sales people to the construction supervisor -- was so easy to work with, it made the building experience fun. "My home was built exactly the way I wanted it: Living room large and open, master bedroom private, on one side of the house, guest bedrooms on the other; my kitchen space large, airy and easy to work in. 'Tm so happy to have exactly what I wanted. Often, as I go to bed and see the leaves fluttering outside my window, I feel so blessed to be here. "You, too, can have the home you want. Come to Plantations and see how easy it can be." Prices start at $113,500. For information, call 302.645.2727 or 800.777.1530. I Frm Rute One in Lewes' tUm west at the Midway I Shopping Center traffic light, then right at 275. I