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58-CAPE GAZETTEFriday, JiflylF- July 17, 1997 Millsboro chamber to hold meeting July 17 Millsb0ro Mayor Lynn Bullock will be the guest speaker at the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, July 17, at Our Place Restau{ant on State Street. The meeting begins at 7:30 a.m. A breakfast menu including ham with scrambled eggs, home fries, biscuit, fruit cup, juice and coffee will be served. The co.st is $6 per person. The meeting will be hosted by president Lenny Brittingham of Wilmington Trust. Minority-owned business workshop Aug. 7 The 1997 Delaware Minority and Women-owned business pre- trade workshop will be held ThuYsday, Aug. 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Small Business Resource and Information Center, Market Street, Wilmington. The workshop precedes the 13th Annual Delaware Minority and Women-Owned Business Pro- cutement Trade Fair on Wednes- day, Aug. 27. The worksho p fea- tures topics such as advertising techniques, contract bidding, building a professional image, contract negotiating and more. The registration fee is $10 but is free with early registration of the Trade Fair by July 15. For registration and more infor- mation, call 302-656-5050. King's Ice Cream termed "Delaware's Besff King's Ice Cream, with loca- tions in Lewes and Milton, has been named among "Delaware's Best" in the most recent issue of Delaware Today Magazine. In the past, King's has been named "Best at the Beach" for ice cream, according to co-proprietor Tom King. The Lewes store has been in operation for 17 years, while the Milton operation is celebrating its twenty-fifth season. Local contractor attends national conference Patricia Hamilton, president of Boardwalk Builders in Rehoboth Beach, attended the inaugural Custom Home '97 in Atlantic Angle Moon photo Lawson wins salesperson award Craig Hudson of Hudson Homes stands with Lesley Lawson, who was the firm's number one salesperson for a twice per year sales incentive campaign. During the past six months she bested five other salespersons to sell $407,000 in property and won an all-expense paid trip for two to Bermuda. awards my father ever won, the "ltl l'$lklll ]H[OII ]Z-,ll01S Worrilow is the one I was proud- est of. Now it's been given to me." Walter Hopkins' son Burli, an Continued from page 57 , agriculture business major at UD Recognition for leadership and. who just completed his first year, success in agriculture, said he's ' happy to do his part in helping the next generation learn about agri- culture. Certificatds of recognition and plaques line the walls of Hopkins' office. He has been cited for his participation in agriculture in the classroom and as a Friend of 4-H. I.n 1988, father and son received the Delaware State Conservation Award, and in 1990, they were chosen Pennsylvania Master Farmer - an honor shared by only 10 other out-of-staters since the award was established. Two years ago, they were named Farm Fami- ly of the Year by the Delaware Farm Bureau. "The Worrilow Award is a real honor," said Walter. "Of all the represents the fifth generation on the farm. He has some pretty.big shoes to fill. But with his father and grandfather as role models, Burli may well be the next genera- tion of Hopkins to get the Wor- rilow award. Given the Hopkins family's commitment to Delaware agricul- ture, to good management prac- tices, to the environment anl to farming as a. way of life, when Bufli's new son, Michael, is ready ?o join the family business, Green Acres Farm will still be there on the road to the beach. Travelers on that road can get used to the tran- quillity of cows grazing in green pastures - a scene they will no doubt enjoy well into the fiext century. City, N.J. on June 26-29. More than 800--home buiiders and t'e- modelers throughout the country attended the conference, which featured intense professional im- provement seminars and a 20,000 sq. ft. show floor exhibiting the newest pr6ducts in homebuilding. Hamilton attended several sem- inar sessions on customer service and home building techniques, Boardwalk Builders is a de- sign/build firm in Rehoboth Beach specializing in one-of-a- kind custom homes and remodel- irg projects of all sizes. In 1996, Boardwalk was recognized as one of the top 15 customer home builders in the country by Custom Home Magazine and the National Association of Home Builders. basket line, fabric liners, plastic protectorsr hardwooddividers and lids, pottery and dinnerware, wrought-iron pieces and green- house products. Von Goerres selected for pharmacy program Herbert Von Goerres,-of Happy Harry's Discount Drugs in Bethany Beach, has been selected to attend the American Pharma- ceutical Association/Smith Kline Beecham (APhA/SB) Community Pharmacy Management Program (CPMP) at Drake University to be July 26-Aug. 2. The program provides pharma- cists the opportunity to acquire in- formation and strategies to create successful pharmaceutical care services for their patients; The program is designed to bring leaders in community phar- macy together !n a university en- vironment for concentrated study. The theme for this year's pro- gram is "Entrepreneurial Pharma- ceutical Care." Insurance company for 'information age' formed 'Stuckey and Co., has an- nounced the formation of Safe- tyTek, a commercial insurance program designed to respond the unique challenges of the informa- tion age. For more information, call 800-873-0228, or visit its website http://www, stukey.com/ Lewes resident joins Longabe'rger Company Cynthia Dmiterchik of Lewes recently joined The Longaberger Company as an Independent Sales Consultant. More than 37,000 Inciependent Consultants, including Dmiter- chik, market and sell the line of Longaberger products in all 50 states through home shows. The products include the Longaberger CIVIL, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury Home Owners Associations Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law . DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 8 5 5 - 012 0 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. I I L Millsboro Ford, Inc. Rt. 113 Millsboro, DE Call Me or Come in Home Office. 945-2551 934-8100 "We Design Our Homes toMeet Your Needs" Country Life Homes is the only builder in this area with its own, in-house registered architect on staff. Steve heads up CLH Design. He explains: "We're not here to build homes w__fi like. Our primary objective is to provide homes to more exactly meet our customers'- needs and expectations.. "Country Life initially sits down with its cus- tomers to discuss their-lifestyle and their needs. Then - using modern design technology --. we create a home that will not only meet those needs, but also will fit the budget they have established. =Our homes are designed well, built sturdily and backed by a 10-yesr written warranty. In addition, we provide a written, industry-standard agreement on the service you can expect after settlement." COUNTRY LIFE HOMES. 1539 HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES, DE 19958 30z0,.3000 30z,4-3003 F,x ,.-B U'I L T F O R L I F E