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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Curves for Women helps feed the hungry in Sussex Curves for Women is a national franchise that strives to make dif- ferences locally. While there are many fitness centers, Curves fo- cuses on helping women to better health not only through exercise but also through encouragement, and strong bonds develop among the women who exercise together. The Curves in Millsboro is an example of how these bonds, forged locally and harnessed for a local cause, can make a profound difference. The national office re- cently decided it would promote a national food drive with the em- phasis on local food remaining within the participating communi- ty. Tish McQuay, who along with Krissie Houseal owns the local franchise, decided to encourage the employees to involve the pa- trons of their fitness center at 401 W. DuPont Highway. Not only did the employees embrace the idea, but the patrons showed Huntley takes the reins at Delaware National Bank Delaware National Bank Chair- man of the Board Paul H. Mylan- der recently announced appoint- ing Mark E. Huntley as vice chair- man and chief executive officer. Huntley, who previously headed the bank's northern division, will continue to serve on the bank's board of directors. Huntley will oversee the $321 million bank, which has 12 branches in New Castle and Sussex counties. He will work with Lynda Mes- sick, the bank's presi- dent and chief ItUNTLEY operating offi- cer, to provide comprehensive fi- nancial services throughout sance Corporation, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware Center for Economic Education and the Delaware Bankers Association. strong support too. They decided any food collect- ed would go to the Christian Storehouse in Millsboro. The Christian Storehouse, an out- growth of a ministerium project to help the poor in central Sussex County, feeds several hundred people monthly and is always in need of food. The support of the Curves for Women patrons was so enthusias- tic that the Storehouse received literally tons of food. According to Houseal, the reason so many people contributed so much was because it was a local endeavor for local people. For more information on Curves, contact McQuay or Houseal at 933-0102; for more in- formation on the Christian Store- house, call Charlene Hubert at 934-8151. Also: Home additions, garages, porches & decks. ROUTE 24 & ANGOLA ROAD AT THE LIGHT 945"2627 Submitted photo Curves for Women members are helping Christian Store- house feed the hungry. Shown are (l-r) Sandie Gerken and Linda Pusey of Curves, Charlene Hubert of Christian Store- house and Sue Lathbury of Curves. CIVIL, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury Home Owners Associations MLsdenm&Fel0ny0llenses .Zoning&Variances . Corjx)rate&BusinessLaw DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. THE TEAM TO HANDLE ALL OF YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Delaware. "We are delighted that Mark will head the outstanding team of employees at Delaware National Bank," said Mylander. "Mark's significant accomplish- ments here and elsewhere throughout his banking career, coupled with his warm and acces- sible management style, are cer- tain to be assets in his new posi- tion." HunOey  joined Delaware Na- tional Bank in June 2001, with more than 22 years of banking ex- perience. Since that time, he has been instrumental in enhancing the bank's presence in New Castle County as well as providing stronger emphasis on communica- tions with current and potential customers. Huntley is active with a variety of community organizations, in- cluding the Wilmington Renais- Lewes chamr to with Fireplace. First Floor Master Bedroom and Den. 30x30 Garage with Unfinished Bonus Room or In-Law Suite. 2 Bedrms and Bath upstairs with potential for an Office. Please call for fur- ther details or an appointment to see this ae I ly hom e. Offere S499  ii'!.i- meet-June 26 .. n  love ..... d At: , . . The next generalneibershi F i . ":  - ( . . ,. ,:/.: :, i . meting, Tor the Lewes Chamber CROW .... i .;= - "*: ........ " ' oCommerce will be at 8 a.m.,  ..:--:" Thursday, June 26, at the Virden COnference Center. Councilman J Ippolito will make a presenta- NEW LISTING- THE WILLOWS kof the plans for the Canalfront iilrs shouRl RSWP by n, June 25; $7 will be collect- eat the door. 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