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CAPE GAZETTE, Frida June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 39 Suzanne Moore retires from state chamber presidency Suzanne C. Moore, president and CEO of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, an- nounced her retirement Friday, June 6, after 40 years of full-time employment in higher education and the private sector. Moore, who has been president of the state chamber since January 2000, was the first woman to head the 3,000-plus member business advocacy organization. Prior to the presidency, Moore served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the chamber. She has been with the chamber since 1994. Moore's retirement is effective June 30. She and her husband, Sam, will be moving to the Atlanta, Ga.- area. "It is very difficult for me to leave the MOORE state chamber. I have enjoyed the benefit of working with an outstanding group of leaders on our boards and committees," Moore said. "And an excellent and talented staff is in place to carry on the chamber's core mission of pro- Georgetown chamber The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce will host a week of entertainment and family fun at 6 p.m., beginning July 21, with nightly concerts in Bedford Street Park, across the street from the Pres- byterian church. The chamber is seeking vendors to sell food, drinks and some crafts during the nightly concerts, as well as volunteers to assist in set-up, clean up and to man the chamber information booth. Any busi- moting an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of Delaware businesses and bene- fits citizens of the state." A. Richard Heffron, senior vice president for government affairs, will serve as interim president while the board of directors con- ducts a search to fill the presiden- cy. Under Moore's leadership, the state chamber revitalized its oper- ations, continuing the work of the Delaware Public Policy Institute and strengthening its partnership with the University of Delaware and Delaware Technical & Com- munity College. plans summer events ness that would like to sponsor an area or specific event is also encouraged tO contact the chamber at 856-1544 or fax 856-1577. ": ....... : The schedule features a concert of local ch'0rcff" choirs, July 21; Crabmeat Thompson and a Kiss the Pig contest, July 22; Latino Night, July 23; Oldies Night with the Cruisers, July 24; Whaley's Comer, July 25; and a Civil War reenactment at the Marvel Museum, July 26 and 27. Moore continued the chamber's primary purpose of serving as the premier advocate for the business community in the state. Despite the economic down- turn, Moore put the state chamber on a solid financial footing. She also streamlined the state cham- ber's staff while reinvigorating and adding affiliates, programs and member benefits. "Suzanne has done a tremen- dous job," said Chairman of the Board James A. Wolfe. "She has developed a very strong staff who will continue to ensure that the chamber provides its members with the legislative advocacy, programs and benefits that they expect and deserve. The entire board of directors wishes her well." LYNN O'DONNELL _.,. f 302 644 8330 .:." 302 644 8209 gl Real estate settlements Estate planning and administration Elder law: guardianships, powers of attorney, medicaid planning, Miller trusts Member of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Submitted photo Blue Water House backs Beebe auction Leisa Berlin, the new owner of the Blue Water House, relax. es outside the Key West room. Berlin recently made a dona- tion to the 14th annual Best of the Beach dinner, dance and art auction set for 6 to 11 p.m., June 14,on the grounds of the Beebe Medical Foundation in Lewes. For more information, call 644-2900. Outstanding Ranch For Sale In Milton' Poplar Grove BAY COUNTRY BUILDERS OPEN HOUSE Wolfe Point - Lot 90, Tarpon Dr. Saturday & Sunday 11am-4pm All brick construction, 4 BR, 3 1/2 BA, hard- wood floors, tile & carpet, granite counter tops in kitchen & baths, 16'x31' maintenance free deck, and much more...$650,000. The Sandalwood is a new ranch-house design at the Poplar Grove community in the Lewes-Milton area. Home buyers like wooded Poplar Grove so well, this is the only house left for salel The Sandalwood is a beauty. Its special creative layout includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and loads of amenities. It features circle-top windows and a'specially designed Spanish-style entrance and foyer. Beautifully arched entranceways throughout the house. Also, arched barrel ceilings in each hallway and a coffered ceiling in the master bedroom. In this and other ways, the Sandalwood is an extra-special home. When you see it, you'll love it. Call or come by today. See the Sandalwood -- your perfect home at the beach. Model open: Mon.- Thur. 9 - 3 Friday 9 - 12 Sat-Sun -- By Appt. Only Directions from Route 1: Go west on Route 9, turn left on Cool Spring Road, bear right onto Forest Road. - ]'+IT,ll I +Y I i-I " T I T- T ...... "+q ...... V 13111111;11111111 ,,. |lllllillnl ii]i mlltll -:--' m: +r"IT-- ......... mr, ................. ,, ,,, .,,+T ,L