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CAPE _=AZEq[q['E, Friday,/M[ay 2- May 8, 1997 - 47 Lewes, Milton motorcoach tour receives high marks A recent survey given to partici- pants of a motorcoach tour show- casing Lewes and Milton scored high marks, according to the Sus- sex County Convention and Tourism Commission which sponsored the tour. Group leaders from Fun Tours of Norfolk, VA, participated in the outing. The overall quality of the tour was rated 'excellent' by more than 90 percent of the respondents. Al- so receiving high ratings were the step-on guide service, the Lewes Princess luncheon cruise, tours of the Lewes Historical Complex and dinner at Norma's Restaurant in Milton. A total Of 43 group leaders and the company's owner and sales director joined the tour. The group leader tour was the f'mst of its kind sponsored by the Sussex County Convention and Tourism Commission (SCCTC), with assistance from the Delaware Tourism Office. "It was an excel- lent opportunity to bring in a top quality company with an excellent reputation in the industry," said Cynthia Small, SCCTC's execu- tive director and organizer of the tour. "It was a wonderful opportunity for SCCTC and our attractions to Sussex t)uI iS1TL commission e.:ers flee 5;outhern Delaware p The Sussex County Convention and Tourism Commission (SC- CTC) will offer a meeting and re- treat planning kit called "Reach for Success" for businesses, civic and community organizations and trade associations which have meetings, conventions or retreats. 'q'he planning kit is a free, use- ful tool for meeting planners at any level," said Cynthia S. Small, executive director of SCCTC. "We have requests for informa- tion on meeting facilities ranging from people who have never planned an event to people who plan meetings professionally." The kit includes information ' such as a meeting planning time- Lanning guide line with an inventory of what niust be done; subscription infor- mation to Mid-Atlantic Events Magazine; tips on how to increase seminar and conference registra- tions; a listing of available meet- ing space with and without ac- commodations in Southern Delaware; an annual calendar of events and a meeting planner's survey. The planning kit was cre- ated with the assistance of Nancy Yarish, professional meeting planner and owner of Premier Meetings in Millsboro. The targeted audience for the initial mailing will be organiza- tions located in and near Delaware. Fin 00uest Continued from page 46 elude determining the market vai- ue and projected cash proceeds from a sale, and providing a com- plete valuation of a business. Once a decision to sell is reached, FinQuest packages according to appropriate markets and dedicates time necessary to see the sale through to completion. Informational brochures are available from the corporation, and initial information about ser- vices is available, free of charge. Located in Lewes, FinQuest can be reached by phone, 644-2966, or by fax, 644-2927. -- OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MAY 4th, 11 a.m., 2 p.m. 110 East Side Drive Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club Stunning new home with spectacular water & course views. Unmatched quality. 3/4 BR, 3 baths, screen porch, 2 fireplaces and more. Now priced at $287,000. Hosted by MELANIE FAIR of RE/MAX Realty Group 2274800 800-955-6350 Welcome to RE/MAX Melanie! find out how the motorcoach in- dustry responds to our area. We asked whether the group leaders plan to book tours and 70 percent said yes, and 30 percent were un- decided. The positive thing is that no one said no," she said. In May, SCCTC will host a three-day, two night tour operator familiarization tour of Southern Delaware. Tour operators from New Jersey, New York, Virginia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania will experience county-wide at- tractions including the M.V. Twin Capes, a Broadkill River Tour on- board the Waverly, Ross Planta- tion and other loints of interest. "We Build Your Home As If It Were Our Own!" "To begin with," says Chuck, a Service Representative for the past 3-1/2 years, "Country Ufe Homes gives its customers a lot of house for the money. We all take pride in our work, as if the home we're building is our own. Chuck is one of the finest craftsmen in the indust. He comes to your home to make minor adjustments and corrections after it's constructed. He's been a builder all of his life, with 30 years of home and ship model-making as just a small portion of his considerable experience. He says, "No other builder I know, except COUNTRY Country Life Homes, has a written warranty LIFE outlining what you, the customer, can expect HOI[ES as service to your new home after settlement." 1539 Hwy One Lewes, DE 19958 302.644.3000 302.644.3003 Fax I MOBILE HOME k CAPE HENLOPEN . SCHOOL DISTRICT .A- CLOSE TO LEWES BEACH SATURDAY, MAY 10th 1:00 PM H-38 SYCAMORE COURT NASSAU PARK, NASSAU NEAR LEWES, DELAWARE c 1984 Nashua 3 Bedrooms 9c 2 Baths 9c Eat in Kitchen Yc Central AIr "k Year Round Home r OiI Heat DIRECTIONS: Enter Park at . 1 overpass in Nassau, Delaware. Right on Siham Road to Mary Ann Drive and then to Sycamore Court. ] AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This mobile home has been well main- ] ]tained and is situated on an excellent street. Lovely lot, play. I I o00un OON'r.,ss T.IS AUC00ON ..00NI I TERMS: A 10% deposit to be required on day of sale with the i belanne due and paysble in cash (x cerlified cbeck at ml set. I tlement in 30 days when good unencumbered marketable  ] will be delivered. All home sold be sold as is and subject b I Park Lease Restrg'tlensl I CALL FOR DETAILS EM_M_ ION ---ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer & Seller Togeth'er" (302) 227-1433 DAY.(302) W-,46 FAX.(302) 227-2714 NIGHT