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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 PNC Bank supports Beebe campaign PNC Bank recently presented a $45,000 pledge to Beebe Medical Center's Vision 2005 capital campaign. PNC's gift will help fund Beebe's new Outpatient Care Center on Route 24, as well as renovate and expand the Emergency Depart- ment and provide significant infrastructure upgrades on Beebe's Savannah Road Campus. PNC maintains an active presence in philanthropic and community activities across the country. PNC Bank Presi- dent and CEO Connie Bond Stuart presented the Vision 2005 gift to Vision 2005 Capital Campaign Chairman Paul H. My- lander and Beebe Medical Center President and CEO Jeffrey M. Fried. "Through the PNC Foundation, we have developed part- nerships with organizations that contribute to the vitality and growth of our communities," said Stuart. "PNC's contri- bution to Beebe Medical Foundation is representative of our rich tradition of involvement and our commitment to giving to our communities." Shown during the presentation are (l-r) Mylander, Stuart and Fried. Chair massages offered during Milton yard sale Visitors shopping at the Milton Town Yard Sale, Saturday, May 3, are invited to stop in Governor's Antiques from 11 a.ni. to 3 p.m. for a relaxing chair massage by Brenda Sims. The cost is $10 for a 13-minute session, with a por- tion of the proceeds supporting the Cedar Creek Dog Rescue. A $2 discount will be offered to patrons who mention this article. The Keys have come tore Chamber networking event set for June 11 The Spring Chamber Regional Business Card Exchange, with members of the Delaware, Chester County (Md.), Cecil County (Md.), Delaware County (Pa.), Downingtown Area (Pa.) and New Castle County chambers of commerce participating, will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, June 11, at the Ramada Inn, Philadelphia International Air-" port. Admission is free. Tabletop ex- hibit space is available for $100 or $150 with electric. For exhibit availability, call Linda Crowder at 302-576-6586. For a complete schedule of events, visit www.dscc.com. Career Closet announces new hours of operation The Career Closet, a nonprofit resale shop, will be open at its new location at 228 West Loock- erman St., Dover, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The store features a large selection of fashionable, clean, used career clothing and ac- cessories. The shop is sponsored by the Delaware Small Business Foun- dation, Delaware Business and Professional Women, People Helping People, First State Com- munity Action Agency and the Delaware State Housing Authori- ty. It relies on donations and the services of volunteers; For more information on how to donate or become a volunteer, call 302-398-8332 or 302-398-3008. For information on how you can take advantage of this "ground-floor" opportunity, call 302-227-6661. Introducing the Keys Of Marsh Harbor, a spectacular new beach community where you'll enjoy the spirit of the Florida Keys com- bined with a wealth of special amenities: clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, beautifully landscaped grounds with two large ponds, abundant open space, and fountains to name but a few. Select from three- and four-bedroom twin cabanas, each of which comes stun- dard with all the luxurious features designed to enlmnce your style of living. Priced tram the low $3005 A world all its 0wn! With its alluring combination of beautifully landscaped grounds, calming ponds and attractive home designs, you will feel as if you've escaped to a serene tropical-island resort: Select from three spacioustwo and three-bedroom condominium models, each with an abundance  prediium amenities. Minutes from the beach! For InformaUon, please sail Anthony Kulp 302-226-7535. Located just off Route 1,1/2-mile north of the entrance to Rohoboth Beach. Visit our Palms of Rohobath Sales Center at 1105 Palm Orive. 1 rre'saatructi pricio trm $179)0 O0 " A lake, an island, a hbulous new resort community dl rolled up into ond Enjoy the exotic atmosphere of a lake with an island where you'll find the community swimming pool; wonder- fully spacious floor plans with 3 or 4 large bedrooms; screened decks, patios and much more. Don't delay, only two models remain! Located Just off Route 1, 1/2-mile north of the entrance to Rehoboth Beach. For complete information, Visit our sales san- ter at 1105 Palm Odve, or call Anthony Kulp 302-226-7535. rrtcod.m the high sZO0 Participating member