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"1" Main Street Continued from page 32 added front lit signs or new fa- cades to their businesses this year. Recipients of faqade awards in- cluded The Delaware Inn, Pelican Loft, Go Fish!, The Rose Garden and Cafd Sold. Honored for their attractive new front-lit signs, were Ram's Head Tavern, The Wee Shop, The Cap- tain's Cottage, Alesi Builder's, Canalside Inn, Stoney Lonen, At- tic Treasures, and RB Massage & Bodyworks. Rehoboth Beach Main Street had a busy winter, preparing for the Dolphins Around Town Pro- ject, with 23 dolphin sculptures, sponsored by local businesses and decorated by local artists in loca- tions around town. Main Street will publish a 2004 calendar with photos of the dol- phins; there will also be a Cat's Meow Dolphin miniature made and sold in town. For more information about Re- hoboth Beach Main Street Inc. call 227-2772. Hall, O'Hollaren named top agents at Coldwell Banker Coldwell Banker Resort Realty has announced the top Rental Re- altors for the first quarter of 2003 Carla Hall is the top agent for March and April and Jack O'Hol- laren is the top agent for the first quarter of 2003. Halt has been a tntal- Realtor since 2001. A longtime resident of Sussex County, Hall has distin- guished herself by delivering a range of personalized services that blend both modern technolo- gy and dedicated customer serv- ice. O'Hollaren brings over 13 years of rental experience to his customers, delivering un- paralleled ex- pertise to a wide-base of vacationers coming to Sus- sex County's O'HOLLAREN shores. Ac- cording to Gene Plummer, broker of Coldwell Banker Resort Real- ty; "Caria and Jack are the perfect examples of our quality staff; their hard work and commit- ment to bring- ing knowl- edgeable serv- ice to our cus- tomers and Clients is the hallmark of i our realty serv- HALL ices." Coldwell Banker Rehoboth Re- sort Realty is an independently owned and operated residential and commercial real estate com- pany with two offices in Lewes and Rehoboth Beaches. Since its founding in 1979, Coldwell Banker Resort Realty has_ become an industry leader ifi residential real estate With a niche for resorts, new homes, and luxury proper- ties. In addition to one of the largest rental staffs in Sussex County, clients are given compre- hensive buying, selling, leaing, acquisition, disposition and man- agement services. Coldwell Banker can be reached seven days a week at 227- 5000 D.R. Horton Inc. No. 1 in home deliveries Texas-based homebuilders D.R. Horton Inc. delivered the most homes in all 2002, according to a report published in a recent "Home Builder Executive." D.R. Horton Inc. operates in 20-states and nearly 40 markets, including the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, West and Southwest United States. Building single-family homes, designed primarily for the move-up buyers, ranging from the low $200s to more than $1 million, D.R. Hor- ton currently builds in more than 15 communities in the Virginia and Maryland markets. Horton translates its size and national presence into benefits for local homebuyers with an eye for sought after locations, award-winning product design with value-enhanced customization op- tions, quality craftsmanship, excellent vendor selection, superior war- ranty program and financing and title services. For more information, contact Mike Kingsley, president, Maryland division, at 301-670-6144. :i :::: : If that s what you/e looking :: : ::::. me handle your Real Estate Needs! t" ii,:::i( After all, isn't that why you're at the beach? I Meet: John Black [ i [:: ioh nblack@prugQl!o:,  .............. .(.. I I I_ . _, 302-227-6101 I rruoenum 800-321-2268 I Gallo, REALTORS Cell #302-249-6922 . CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2. May 8, 2003 - 33 Rehoboth Main Street officers shown are (I-r) Chip Thompson, Bette Gallo, Alex Yearley, Bob Derrickson, Inez Conover, Richard Darley and Treasurer Kathy McGuiness. You are cordially invited to join us for an informative seminar: "Put Your Money Back to Work. Opportunity Does Not Wait" Sponsored by Wilmington Brokerage Services Company An affiliate of Wilmington Trust Wednesday, May 14, 2003 4:00 pm Hampton Inn Route 1 - Rehoboth (Next to the McDonald's) Light refreshments will be served. Please R.S.V.R at (302) 855-2221 by May 9. WILMINGTON TKUST