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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 Local committee wants Eastern Shore CAI Chapter The first meeting of a commit- tee to explore "forming an Eastern Shore Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) was held recently. The committee was organized with the backing of the Delmarva Condominium Man- agers Association, a 25-year old organization of Community Asso- ciation Managers and Associates. The new CIA chapter would serve the Maryland, lower Delaware and Virginia areas east of the Bay Bridge. The Community Associations Institute is a national, non-profit association created in 1973 to ed- ucate and represent America's residential community association industry. It is a multi-disciplinary alliance leading the industry and fostering effective community as- sociations. Its 12,500 member or- ganizations include condominium and homeowner associations, co- operatives, and association-gov- erned planned communities of all sizes and architectural types. Individual members may be community or property managers, management firms, homeowners, lawyers, accountants, engineers, builders/developers, and other providers of professional services and products for community asso- Marriage Licenses Joel C. C. Cac. Georgetown and Vidalia L. Garcia, Georgetown Michael D. Covington, Sel- byville and Chevelle D. Goslee. Selbyville Alexander D. Kaminski, Key- port, N.J., and Charlotte J. Kane. Bricktown, N.J. Robert J. Pierce, Jr., Trenton, N.J., and Robin A. K. Chanowes- ki, New Castle. Edwin L. Broom, Millsboro and Judith A. Miller, Millsboro. Bryan A. Todd, Millsboro, and Cherlyn L. Decker, Millsboro. Russell G. Miles, Bridgeville, and Nina M. Carwile, Salisbury, .Md. Steven A. Bailey, Scaford and Jo Ann Passwaters, Seaford. Alexander Popnatinas, Re- hobotll Beach and Victoria M,, /auak, Rdtobom S=at.: -;i : }i: andKimberl:A:Baker, g-. ?: % .,. lown. .- . , h- :. )' : : William LBillingS; !.u);: : ' Ny E. lies, Laurel.  :Dani D. Sutton, B, adgevi;  and Stacey L. Batson', briigeville: : , William H. Elliott, Seaford and Jan B. Savage, Chincoteague, Va. Glenn C. Moore, III, Millsboro, and Nicole R. Dykes, Seaford. Robert N. Morrison, Dover, and Valerie L. Smith, Lincoln. Randy H. Delanno, Bridgeville and Dawn M. Long, Bridgeville. Courtney M. Gillespie, Laurel and Faye A. White, Laurel. Bruce P. Marine, Rehoboth Beach and Hilary C. Bums, Mil- ton. John P. McCormick, Jr., Fall- ston, Md., and Lisa A. Murray, Selbyville. ciations. CAI estimates that 32 million Americans live in dwellings governed by a commu- nity association. CAI sponsors workshops, con- ferences, and education programs, some of which lead to profession- al designations for management .professionals, and some of which are designed for community asso- ciation homeowners. The Institute publishes books, periodicals, spe- cialized newsletters on communi- ty association finance, law, man- agement and related subjects and supports legislative action to pr o- tect community associations. The objective of the local com- ..... mittee isl to gain the support of community association managers and homeowners, local profes- sionals arid developers for the for- mation of an Eastern Shore CAI chapter. A drive is underway to recruit at ileast 250 new members to CAI bfore Dec. 31 of this year. ! CAI recently sponsored an edu- cational i course, "Community Leadership," in Ocean City, Md. The coupe focused on assisting association managers and experi- enced bod members with meet- ings, procedures, problem solv- ing, and other useful help in the. day to day operations of a com- munity association. Organizers say that should the Eastern Shore chapter become a reality, there will be many educa- tional opportunities available for board members, and the experi- enced condominium or homeown- er association professional. For more information, or to join CAI, call Carol Wolitzky at (410) 524-1331. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED? AMENT LYNCI00ARR A T T O R N E Y $ A T L A V NO FEE UNLESS RECOVERY In Lewes 64s-4s4s In Wilmington (800) 773-2599 ANY -ONE PRICE ** KING SIZE SIMMONS surEx SUrRtME SLUMBIF00 FIRM ANY-, ANY W T $39,,om =IIt90000.,c. ea. pc. FULL EA. PC. s87 FULL EA. PC. s199 FULL  Pt. s179 Sold in sets only *QUEEN EA. PC. s87 *QUEEN tA. Pc. $199 QUEEN 2PSET M49 *KING EA. PC. $87 *KING EA. PC. s129 KING3K.m s599 FREE EA. PC.sETS ONLYS59) TWIN EA. PC. $88 Next Day Delivend On in Stock T ORTHOPEDIC SIMMONS TWIN  $'1) Premium STYLE BEAUTY REST FULL . e s229 Merclumdlse ANY  ANY  QUEEN 2SET $549 SIZE EA. PC. SIZE EA. PC, KING 3 tv,..m FULL EA. Pc. S9 FULL eA. PC. s239 FREE *QUEEN EA. PC. S99 *QUEEN  .. S239 SET UP & *KING r:x.  .. . *KIN6 rat. ec. $L'39 HAUL AWAY TWIN tA.K. S69 TWIN u. S149 : FWm. s2S9 WWI 2eLm "FREE IRON CANOPY BED m r ,,, .... .... 7 MUIR