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2 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 I = Jack Lewis Paintings Benefit Sussex Habitat For Humanity Limited Edition Prints Now Available In Habitat For Humanity, renowned Sussex County artist Jack lewis has found a spirit and purpose similar to what he relished in the Civil- kin Conservation Corps which first brought him to Delaware in the 1930s. He recefltiy spent time at the curcent Habitat site near Uncoln chronicling with his watemolors the volunteer work giving rise to another home. Shown above is one of two paintings he did of Habitat at work and which he donated to Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. A limited edition print of this painting - now on display with the other at the Designer Showhouse in Rehoboth Beach - is now available for purchase. Proceeds from sale of the prints will go directly to fund future homes built by Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. Join  Lewis in supporting the wonderful work of Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. The beautifully reproduced full color print, 16" by 21", is available now through the Designer Showhouse III at 17 OIJ.ve Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, which is also helping to support Habitat. The first 200 signed, limited edition prints ordered through the Showhouse will be $35. Nter that the price will go to $50. ORDER YOUR PRINT NOW THROUGH  DESIGNER SHOWHOU ,m IN RBHO]BOTH BEACH J,]z,,..,.,-,,zt I Sussex Habitat For Human.ity Volunteers Nearing Completlon Of Thelr Second Home For the second year in a row, Sussex County Together with volunteer workers and funds and Habitat For Humanity is completing a home for a materials donated by Sussex County businesses deserving family that would otherwise be unable to and individuals, Habitat families get a new start in a aord a place to live. Dedicated to decent housing new home. for all, Habitat For Humanity makes contracts with The home pictured here is being built on a lot families. Those families agree to work a certain south of Lincoln donated to Sussex Habitat For number of hours on building their new home as their Humanity by the Rev. Haskell Miller. It will be home end of the investment. Their commitment is called to Deneen Smith and her children. Habitat volun- "sweat equity  and provides a sense of ownership teem have been working six to eight hours on Satur- and pride. Once they move in, Habitat families days since the first of the year and expect to finish begin making monthly payments of often less than the home later this summer. ms 1 F r lunt what they paid previously in rent. In keeping with Anyone interested in becoming involved with Sus- Biblical teaching, no interest is charged to the fami- sex County Habitat For Humanity should contact lies. Their payments, in tum, go to fund future Habi- Sussex County Habitat For Humanity at 855-1153. tat For Humanity homes. Tax-deductible contributions may be sent to SCHFH PO Box 370, Georgetown, DE 19947 Visit The Designer Showhouse, Supporting Habitat, At 17 Olive Avenue, Rehoboth 2 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 I = Jack Lewis Paintings Benefit Sussex Habitat For Humanity Limited Edition Prints Now Available In Habitat For Humanity, renowned Sussex County artist Jack lewis has found a spirit and purpose similar to what he relished in the Civil- kin Conservation Corps which first brought him to Delaware in the 1930s. He recefltiy spent time at the curcent Habitat site near Uncoln chronicling with his watemolors the volunteer work giving rise to another home. Shown above is one of two paintings he did of Habitat at work and which he donated to Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. A limited edition print of this painting - now on display with the other at the Designer Showhouse in Rehoboth Beach - is now available for purchase. Proceeds from sale of the prints will go directly to fund future homes built by Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. Join  Lewis in supporting the wonderful work of Sussex County Habitat For Humanity. The beautifully reproduced full color print, 16" by 21", is available now through the Designer Showhouse III at 17 OIJ.ve Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, which is also helping to support Habitat. The first 200 signed, limited edition prints ordered through the Showhouse will be $35. Nter that the price will go to $50. ORDER YOUR PRINT NOW THROUGH  DESIGNER SHOWHOU ,m IN RBHO]BOTH BEACH J,]z,,..,.,-,,zt I Sussex Habitat For Human.ity Volunteers Nearing Completlon Of Thelr Second Home For the second year in a row, Sussex County Together with volunteer workers and funds and Habitat For Humanity is completing a home for a materials donated by Sussex County businesses deserving family that would otherwise be unable to and individuals, Habitat families get a new start in a aord a place to live. Dedicated to decent housing new home. for all, Habitat For Humanity makes contracts with The home pictured here is being built on a lot families. Those families agree to work a certain south of Lincoln donated to Sussex Habitat For number of hours on building their new home as their Humanity by the Rev. Haskell Miller. It will be home end of the investment. Their commitment is called to Deneen Smith and her children. Habitat volun- "sweat equity  and provides a sense of ownership teem have been working six to eight hours on Satur- and pride. Once they move in, Habitat families days since the first of the year and expect to finish begin making monthly payments of often less than the home later this summer. ms 1 F r lunt what they paid previously in rent. In keeping with Anyone interested in becoming involved with Sus- Biblical teaching, no interest is charged to the fami- sex County Habitat For Humanity should contact lies. Their payments, in tum, go to fund future Habi- Sussex County Habitat For Humanity at 855-1153. tat For Humanity homes. Tax-deductible contributions may be sent to SCHFH PO Box 370, Georgetown, DE 19947 Visit The Designer Showhouse, Supporting Habitat, At 17 Olive Avenue, Rehoboth