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68 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 Briefly Renault, Ayres top OPF agents for April O'Conor, Piper & Flynn, 4421 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, this week announced that Pat Re- nault is the tops in sales and Curtis Ayres is tops in listings for the month of April. Renault has been with the firm since 1987 and was named Lister of the Year and Salesperson of the Year for 1993. Ayres, a licensed agent since 1993, is a member of the Sussex County Association of REALTORS Education Commit- tee. They can both be reached at 227-6200. Quest for America's Best underway The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce has been notified that the Delaware Economic Development Office, in cooperation with QVC, is provid- ing Delaware businesses with an opportunity to showcase their products to more than 50 million television viewers. They have announced their search for new and innovative products that are now being made in Delaware. Selected products will be highlighted and sold on the QVC television shopping network during a live telecast from Delaware via QVC LOCAL, a state-of-the-art mobile television studio, as part of the Quest for America's Best - QVC's 50-in-50 tour. In order to be considered, the products must be made in Delaware, must have a retail value of at least $15, must be able to ship via UPS and must not be dis- tributed nationally. The Delaware Economic Devel- opment Office has established a telephone number for vendors in- terested in having their product considered for selection. Interest- ed companies and individuals should call Clinton Bunting toll- free at 1-800-304-0707 for addi- tional information. Applications for product sub- mission would be submitted no later than July 3. Irwin attends Kennels Association meeting Denise Irwin, owner of Home Away From Home Kennel in Lewes, recently attended the re- gional meeting of the American Boarding Kennels Association at PAT RENAULT the Fallsview Resort in Ellenville, N.Y. It was a three-day meeting of member kennels from Maine to Virginia, with 33 kennels repre- sented. Seminars Covered topics which included fire and security systems for kennels, Lyme disease, public relations and the media, as well as profiles of various kennels. "Meetings such as these are ex- cellent ways for kennel owners to come together and compare their kennels with others; to help each other deal with various problems that can arise while boarding pets; to allow the new kennel owner to draw on the experiences of those who have been in the business for many years; and to share stories that only another kennel owner can relate to," said Irwin. The American Boarding Ken- nels Association is a world-wide organization working to promote high standards in the boarding kennel industry. All member kennels must ad- here to a code of ethics pertaining to business practices and animal care. Home Away From Home, lo- cated on Rt. 9, west of Lewes, has been an active member in ABKA for 11 years, and can be reached at 684-8576. Louisiana-style Business After Hours set June 15 The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold its next Business After Hours from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, June 15 at Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant, Christian St., Re- hoboth Beach. Members and their guests are invited to a free crawfish boil, presided over the Chef Terry Phillips, who will also perform songs of his native Louisiana. . . CURTIS H. AYRES Public Relations Society forming in Sussex A new chapter of the Public Re- lations Society of America to serve southern Delaware and the Salisbury and Ocean City, Md. ar- eas has begun the process of char- tering a new chapter. Interested communications professionals may call 302-736-2494 for infor- mation. PRSA is a professional society with more than 16,000 members nationally. Its mission is to make public relations an in- dispensable component of senior management by addressing criti- cal issues, promoting the highest standards of professional compe- tence and ethics, fostering lifelong education and building under- standing and support for public re- lations among its constituencies. PRSA offers professional de- velopment, specialized publica- tions, seminars, library resources, national accreditation, public ser- vice opportunities, networking, job referrals and annual national ThVm'nonphoto Monk parakeet pin available Wild Birds Unlimited has commissioned a Pennsylvania jeweler to design and produce an exclusive line of jewelry based on Rehoboth Beach's Monk Parakeets. Currently avail. able are post earrings and lapel size pin's/tie tacks. "The detail is extraordinary, particularly in such moderate- ly priced jewelry and we are very pleased with this llne," said Sherry Garey, co-owner of the 49 BaltimoreAvenue shop. For further information call 227-5850. conferences. The existing chapter is statewide in scope, but centered in Wilmington, where most of its members work and reside. If there is sufficient interest, month- ly meetings will be rotated be- tween Dover and Salisbury on a quarterly basis so that the chapter would be readily accessible to all members. All About Herbs to publish cookbook All About Herbs, located on Route 1, Midway, is publishing "All About Herbs Customer Cookbook" to benefit the National Arboretum's Herb Garden and In- tern Program for herbal education. "Many customers have tanta- lized us with their special uses of herbs so our thoughts turned to how we could share those ideas with everyone and benefit the herbal community," said propri- etor Sunne Preston. Customers submit their recipes and may or may not include their names, with the recipes reviewed by the Na- tional Arboretum's Herb Garden staff as well as Dr. Art Tucker of the Delaware Herb Growers Asso- ciation and the All About Herbs staff, which reserves the right to include or exclude any recipe. Recipes may be sent to All About Continued on page 69 THERE'S A NEW HOME JUST WAITING FOR YOU ii!Y:i-',::i:i;i :.i  ::: ::::::' : ..... i. WATERFRONT ON LOVE CREEK - Peaceful setting wh boat dod(. 8/10 acre with well makdained 2 ER, 2 BA mobiJe, enclosed heated porch with fireplace. Must see. Call Pat. $119,500. LAKIEFRONT TOWNHOUSE, not a condo. 3 BFI, 2 BA, CAC, in a peaceful setting on Lake Comegys in Rehoboth. Wonderful year round or make it your beach getaway, reUre. $11rr,soo. BY THE SEA - In Fee. 4th lot from beach, 75x100 w/4 BR, 3 BA stunning beach house. Porch, FP, decks, carport, furnished. An absolutely maintenance-free interior. Never rented - can settle for this season. MARINA VIEW from your enclosed year round porch. 3 BR, 2 B,A. dooblowide, hot tub on deck, CAC. 1440 sq. ft. offered at $64,000, Boat docks available. CROWLEY ASSOCIATES REALTY, ,NC 4129 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-6131 1 In-State 1-600-242-4213 In/Out of State