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50 - CAPE GAZET]PE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 Prudential Gallo Realtors commended at national convention Several sales associates from Prudential Gallo Realtors of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach re- ceived awards at the Prudential Real Estate Network's annual sales convention held in March in Las Vegas. The three-day event was attended by nearly 5,000 real estate professionals from the Unit- ed States and Canada. During special award cere- monies, Lee Ann W'dkinson, Sue Ports, Missie Watts, Mike Bacher, Kathy Ford, Bill Peiffer, Peter Faber, Nancy Lurty, Anthony Mongello, Tony Ronsak, Seaa Se- bastian and Sandy Wright were presented with awards for out- standing sales volume in 2002. Wilkinson was honored with the prestigious Legend Award by the Prudential Re- al Estate Aft'd- iates Inc. This award goes to top producers who have Won the Chair- man's Circle Award for five or more con- secutive years. WILKINSON This was W'flkinson's 10th con- secutive year winning the award. Wilkinson also received the Chairman's Circle Diamond Award in 2002, by closing 150 or more residential units for the year. She ranked 27th in closed-resi: dential units and 24th in gross- commission income out of 44,000 Prudential sales associates nation- FABER FORD BACHER WRIGHT wide. Since entering the real es- 1999 and was named to the Lead- tate field in 1979, W'dkinson has ing Edge Society in both 2000 and been named to the Leading Edge 2001. Ford, who received her li- Sciety and President's Ciwle  ceme it 2901, several times prior to 1992, and was named to has been named to the Chairman's the Maltimil- Circle each year since 1992. lion Dollar W'dkinson also received the covet- Club that same ed Top of the Rock Award in 1999 year. Peiffer, and1996, which recognized her as who has been the number one sales associate in licensed since the nortleast United States. 1983, received Potts and Watts have been the prestigious named to the Chairman's Circle - Chairman's POTTS Gold for 2002. This award recog- Circle Award in 1999, and has nizes" residen- been named to the Leading Edge tial sales pro- Society every other year since fessionals who 1994. closed 70 or The Leading Edge Society wel- more residen- corned Faber, Lurty, Mongello, tial units for the Rousak, Sebastian and Wright for year. the year 2002. This award recog- Bacher, Ford nizes residential sales associates and Peiffer who closed 30 or more residential were all named units during the past year. to the Presi- WATI"S The Prudential Gallo Lewes of- dent's Circle. This designation rice was also recognized during recognizes sales professionals the ceremony. The office was who closed 50 or more residential named No. 1 in the northern re- units for the year. gion of the United States for Bacher has been licensed since gross-commission-income earned, SFatAffrIAN LURTY and No. 2 in the northern region for Residential Units Sold in 2002. Named to the Multimillion Dol- tar Club for 2002 were Michelle Benton, Gayle Doughten, Rush Ellis, Pat.Hearn, Wilma Howett, Ann Malloy, Norman Price, Con- nie Subelka, Maria Walls and Lana Wanqeld. These associates generated $2 million or more in gross sales volume for 2002. Ad- mission to the Million Dollar Club in 2002 were Sherry Baker and Je- sika Russo-Martin. These associ- ates generated $1 million to "$2 million in gross sales volume for the year. ,All of these associates exem- plify and consistently demonstrate the customer orientation that has helped our firm grow," said Bette and Sal Gallo, owners of Pruden- tial Gallo Realtors. "Our associ- ates go to great lengths to ensure our focus on our customers and clients' needs and are prepared to meet them. These professionals have been very successful in pur- suing this philosophy. We are ex- tremely proud that they are a part MONGELI ROUSAK of the Prudential Gallo family." Prudential Gallo was founded in 1979 and is independently owned and operated. As of Dec. 31, there were more than 1,630 offices and 44,000 sales profes- sionals in the franchise net- work. The Prudential Re- PEIFFER al Estate AWfliates Inc. began of- feting franchises in 1988 and is now one of the largest real estate brokerage franchise networks in NoRh America. . Wilkinson, Ford, Lurty, Sebast- ian, Wright, Doughten, Ellis, Hearn, Malloy, Price, Subella and Walls can all be reached in the Lewes office at 645-6661. Ports, Watts, Bacher, Peiffcr, Faber, Mongello, Rousak, Benton, Howett, Warfield, Baker and Mar- tin can be roached in the Rchoboth office at 227-6101. For more information, view the websiie at WALLS WARFIELD BENTON DOUGIITEN ELLIS HEARN HOWETT MALLOY PRICE SUBELKA Rainbow Earth Foods completes expansion plans Rainbow Earth Foods Ltd., recently an- nounced it completed its. expansion plans. The enlarged store now has room for spe- cialty areas including a centralized location for all wheat-free and gluten-free products; a new area for highly sought after low-carb and Atldns Diet products; as well as in- creased space for new products from enzy- matic therapy, including attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) products, chi[dren's supplements, and prod- ucts for chronic fatigue syndrome and fi- bromyalgia. 'The purpose in expanding our store was tO offer additional products to our loyal customer base," said co-owner and Manag- er Michael Gonzalez. "With demand in- creasing for wheat-free and gluten-free products, it made sense to consolidate them all in one area making it easier for cus- tomers to find those products. The ever- popular Atldns/low-carb diet has also in- creased deman.d for low-carb products." Rainbow Earth carries Atkins-brand products as well as Keto, Carbolite, Carb Sense, BioChem, and MyoPlex brand prod- ucts. Product selections include bars, mix- es, breads, syrups, marinades, ketchup, chocolates, pasta and cereals. Gonzalez travels to Enzymatic Therapy Headquarters in Green Bay, Wis. He re- cently returned from three.days of intensive training there, where he learned about many new products, including supplements for children, nutritional supplements for at- tention and concentration, and products for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyal- gia. Two independent research teams recently conducted randomized trials following 245 school children aged 6 to 12 years for three months. Half of the children received mul- tivitamins the other placebos. The results - the children in the multivitamin group showed an increase in their nonverbal intel- ligence scores - those closely associated with academic performance. Rainbow Earth is now carrying Enzymatic Therapy's Sea-Buddies, a chewable multivitamin that is naturally flavored and contains vital rain- ends and are natural fruit-based so they are low in sugar and contain only four calories. Also a Child Immune Formu- la to help reduce colds. This formula can be taken daily, when school starts, or any- time children are exposed to lots of germs. For children who suffer from asthma or seasonal allergies or just seems to get sick frequently, parents could provide the im- mune formula every day. ADHD is a neurobiological disorder of self-control. It consists of problems with attention span, impulse control and aftivity level. Today there are natural alternatives to ADHD medications. Nondrug alterna- tives are supplements that include L-Thea- nine, Phosphatidylserine, DMAE, Taurine and N-acetylcysteine. These supplements do not have any of the side effects of the prescription medications, such as decreased appetite, insomnia, sedation or agitation. These dietary alternatives can be safely tak- en in combination with conventional AD- HI) medications. Children with ADHD who would have gone unrecognized and untreated oy a few short years ago are now being helped, often with dramatic, positive results. With the use Of education, medication and di- etary supplements, a child with ADHD can look forward to a happy and successful fu- ture. Many people get tired, sick from time to time or maybe even depressed. However, the illness!ca!led chronic fatigue syndrome is not like the normal ups and downs people experience in everyday life. People with chroni 9 fatigue syndrome feel overwhelm- ing fatigue and often pain as well. This is an illness that does not go away with a few good nights' sleep. It drags on and on and doesn't resolve itself. It steals "vigor and energy over months and sometimes years. Enzymatic Therapy is introducing pow- erful vitamins mineral, amino acids and herbs combined in scientifically validated formulas that people with chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia can use every day. These nutrients can help address some root problems of chronic fatigue syndrom e and fibromygia by resorting energy and health to sufferers. Rainbow Earth Foods is located at 220 Rehoboth Ave.