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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 EDiS offers Building God's Way seminar May 8 Plan helps churches, school save money EDiS Company, a construction company, recently announced it will host the Building God's Way Seminar from 9 am to 3 pm., Thursday, May 8, at the CHEER Center in Georgetown. Building God's Way (BGW) is a compre- hensive solution to the higher cost of Christian school and church construction. EDiS became involved with the national Building God's Way pro- gram specifically for churches and Christian schools in 2001. The process has proven to save more than 30 percent over the cost of traditional construction. Building God's Way assists cus- tomers from concept to comple- tion of their constructi0n,projects> This includes design, producting working drawings, selecting con- struction partners, integrating capital campaigns, providing na- tionally priced materials and an organizational support program. During 2002, a total of 52 or- ganizations signed agreements for the design of Building God's Way churches and schools nationwide. Each of these organizations decid- ed that initial cost savings of 30 O h r developme-- ffsoe nt seminar set for May 16 Using a global work force to de- liver software solutions offers dra- matic rewards but poses serious risks to Delaware's CEOs, CIOs, managers and information tech- nology (IT) workers. A seminar about the offshore development of information technology will be from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Friday, May 16, at The IT Learning Cen- ter at Delaware Technical & Com- munity College's:Wilmington Campus.. The session is hosted by the Delaware State Chamber of Com- merce's Technology Committee, the ITLC, Digital Delaware and the Delaware Manufacturing Ex- tension Partnership (DEMEP). Admission is $25 for members of the state chamber and Digital Delaware. Nonmembers' admis- sion fee is $35. From an economic perspective, a global labor pool benefits gener- al econonfic welfare. From a le- gal perspective, the risks associat- ed with security, contracts, intel- lectual property rights, data own- ership and privacy are Over- whelming. From the perspective of U.S.-based technology services firms, it could represent a signifi- cant shift in the industry's focus Georgia House grand opening to support Selbyville library The Georgia House Restaurant will hold a grand opening fundraiser to benefit the Youth Service Center of Selbyville Pub- lic Library Monday, May 12, at its new location, 2 Church Street, in Selbyville. "This event is a great way for us to give back to the communi- ty," said manager Steve Swain. "Since the library's youth service center is undergoing renovations, I can't think of a more worthy cause to contribute to during our grand opening celebration." Festivities get under way at 9 a.m. with a ribbon cutting cere- mony, followed by lunch at 11 a.m. WGMD will broadcast live with Ron Letterman from noon to 2 p.m., and dinner begins at 3 p.m. The Georgia House will do- nate 30 percent of the proceeds from lunch and dinner to the youth service center project. Restaurant owners Shawn Hall and Larry McQuay recently reno- vated the Georgia House in Sel- byville, which had previously been the J. Conn Scott Porch and Patio Furniture Store. The 2,500- square foot Selbyville location will seat 65 guests and employ 15 people. For more information, call Mc- Quay at 934-6737. and viability in years to come. Addressing these concerns will be Ernie Dianastasis, Computer Aid Inc. managing director; William Denny, partner in Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP; Dr. Burton Abrams, economics pro- fessor at the University of Delaware; and Jim Thomas, Tata Consulting Services vice presi- dent. Former DuPont fellow John Taylor will host and moderate the session. The program kicks off with a continental breakfast and net- working, followed by the speakers and culminates with a panel dis- cussion that will address ques- tions from the audience. Registration is available online at the website, www.dscc.com. The Nation's leading retail mortgage lender* Competitive rate financing available on all types of residential properties. Conventional loans Purchase and refinance Primary, second homes & investment properties Construction loans for new homes Knowledgeable, honest and reliable No Imp-sale requirements on newly constructed condominiums Dedicated to exceptional service - Call me anytime for an appointment Office (302) 226-4068 Toll Free (888) 217-S700 Fax (302) 227-5710 4398 Highway One - Suite 6 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Email - davidx:arey@wellsfargo.com ased on statistics by Inside Mortgage Finance 12/31/02. 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