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Boyce ".m first exec. director of Millsboro chamber Joan M. Boyce has recently been appointed as the first-ever executive director of the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Com- merce, according to President Hank McCann, who also noted that the chamber office has moved to new quarters in the Village Green complex, Rt. 24, just east of town. Both of these changes are in- dicative of the rebirth of business activity in Millsboro, McCann noted, with new businesses open- ing and chamber membership on the rise. The chamber's board of direc- tors is committed to Millsboro's future growth, and the appoint- ment of a full-time executive di- rector is an essential part of the growth. "We were gratified that one of own board members was a highly qualified candidate for the position. She has a strong media background, lives in the Millsboro area and owns a business here. We heartily welcome her,' McCann said. Boyce, formerly advertising manager for the Sussex Countian and general manager of several other local newspapers, owns the ,JOAN bl. BOYCE Village Green Paperback Ex- change. She is also a part-time be- reavement counselor for Delaware Hospice, Inc. and holds a graduate degree from New York University and has many business contacts throughout Sussex. "Millsboro is my home town. I have chosen to live here for many years and I believe the town has a very bright future. I pledge to do everything I can to help make that future reality," Boyce said. Millsboro has an ideal central location with many available re- sources, McCann and Boyce pointed out. New promotional brochures about Millsboro, and community events, in addition to the chamber's annual Big Thurs- day celebration, will be created. Chamber to meet June 15 at Mill Pond The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce has issued a special invitation to area crafters and oth- ers involved in creating Delaware- made products to attend their next dinner meeting at 6 p.m., Thurs- day, June 15 at Mill Pond Restau- rant, Rt. 113. Guest speaker will be Clinton Bunting of the Delaware Econom- ic Development Office, who will offer details about the Delaware segment of on the QVC home shopping network's "Quest for American's Best - QVC 50 in 50 Tour". To be showcased and sold on this national live telecast, prod- ucts must be made in the USA; not be nationally distributed; have a retail value of at least $15; and be UPS shippable. Considered prod- uets will include housewares, home furnishings, automotive, gourmet foods, jewelry, health and fitness, beauty products, ap- parel and accessories. The dinner costs $10.50. Reser- vation deadline is Monday, June 12. For further information call 934-6777. Photographs on exhibit at resort bank Opening the new photography exhibit at Delaware Nation- al Bank's Rehoboth Beach branch are Adrianne Moore (right), branch manager, along with Susan Sokowski (left), exhibit coordinator, seen with Denise DeLong of Atlantic Por- trait Studio of Rehoboth Beach. The theme of the show is famiIies and children and includes a portrait of Oov. Tom Carper with his wife Martha and their two sons, pho- tographed by Atlantic Portrait Studio on the beach. The stu- dio, located in the Shoppes of Camelot, Rt. 1, is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, and the exhibit will be on d/splay at the bank, located on Rt. I through the mon Grotto hires key,personnel Dominick Pulieri, president of Grotto Pizza, Inc., has announced the addition of several key em- ployees to the Grotto staff. Sandra Ardis has been hired as the new di- rector of mar- keting and public rela- tions. Previ- ously em- ployed as the director of sales with the Chester County Tourist Bu- ARDIS reau in West Chester, Pa., where she promoted the Brandywine Valley, Ardis served as executive director of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce. Ardis worked as a seasonal employee with Grotto Pizza from 1976 to 1980. Listed in Who's Who in Women's Executives and Who's Who of American Executives, Ardis received her bachelor's de- gree from the University of Delaware, where she majored in communications/public relations. She is a graduate of the United States Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Organization Man- agement. Ardis will manage all market- ing, promotional and public rela- tions efforts for the corporation. Michael Jones, former manager of the Brandywine Commons Store, has been promot- ed to the posi- tion of direc- tor of food service and assistant di- rector of op- erations. His new responsi- bilities will JONES involve over- seeing all kitchen operations with regard to quality, service, cost efficiency and cleanliness. A Grotto Pizza employee since 1980, Jones re- ceived his bachelor of science de- gree from Penn State University in hotel and restaurant manage- ment. Michael Venters has been hired as the company's new information systems spe- cialist and will assist in managing software ap- plications and other comput- er applica- tions plus oth- er computer- related func- tions. Previ- VrlgR8 ous to joining the Grotto team, Venters was em- ployed as a programmer for Cor- bus, Inc., a designer and seller of environmental compliance soft- ware. He holds a bachelor of sci- ence degree in computer science from the University of'Delaware. Venters was a seasonal employee with Grotto Pizza from 1993-94. 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