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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 Business education partnership benefits Sussex families High-quality, affordabie child care is easier for working parents to obtain, thanks to a community partnership between Greenwood Trust and Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus• Scholarships for the campus Child Development Center (CDC), subsidized by a $210,000 grant from the bank to the col- lege, enable children of qualified Owens Campus students to re- ceive care while their parents at- tend classes• According to a report from the Children's Defense Fund, the quality of child care has a lasting impact on children's well-being and ability to learn• Child care and early education are critical to the success of two national priorities: helping fami- lies work and ensuring that every child enters school ready to suc- ceed. The Owens Campus CDC plays a vital part in meeting the needs of area children and their fami- lies. During a recent visit, Green- wood Trust President J. Nathan Authors Continued from page 63 "When I Was Gone." Other books on the list include "The Perfect Storm," and the new local sensa- tion, "Rehoboth Beach Memoirs." Browseabout owners Steve and , I Hampton00 Continued from page 63 services and amenities, including oversized guest rooms with re- frigerator and microwave, com- plimentary breakfast bar, indoor heated pool, exercise facility and meeting/boardroom facilities. In addition, all Hampton Inn hotels offer a 100 percent satisfac- tion guarantee which assures gwsts that they will be complete- ly: satisfied or their night's stay is free. Every Hampton Inn also pro- Ves guests with fresh, clean cfortable accommodations and reliable service.. Hill met some of the children who benefit from the child care schol- arship program established by the bank in 1997. "It's fantastic to see the num- bers of children who are being served by this center," said Hill as he toured the facility• "Green- wood Trust is proud to be a part- ner in such a rewarding commu- nity project•" Patricia Ayers, a student in the Human Services Technology pro- gram, called the scholarships a "lifesaver• I was going to have to work two jobs to pay for day care for my two boys," she explained. "Thanks to Greenwood Trust, they're in a safe place, and it's nice to know that they're always eager to come here." During his visit, Hill was pre- sented with a card covered with colorful children's thumbprints and proclaiming "Greenwood Trust is 'thumbody'special." He also participated in a sing- along with some of the Green- wood Trust Little Scholars which he described as "a wonderful treat." Barbara Crane credit the populari- ty of "Off-Season" to the fact that it's set in the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach area and to the large retirement and about-to-re- tire population of the Delaware shore. For more information, call Browseabout Books at 226-2665. The hotel chain features many value-added services and ameni- ties including free local telephone calls, no surcharge for long-dis- tance access when using a calling card, a free in-room movie chan- nel, an in-room coffee maker, iron and ironing board, free accommo- dations for kids 18 and younger when sharing a room with a par- ent and 75 percent of guest rooms designated as nonsmoking. To make reservations or to re- quest information about Hampto Inn, travelers may call the hotel direct at 645-8003 or Hampton Inn's international toll-free num- ber, 800-HAMPTON, or access the hotel's Web site at . U& Poal Sence • Pdv Ikdlkm  , Hlgh.Ou Photoco PmoW & Busln Uw vh Volum Discounts , Not Servk8 • IollukNPIC 'lllll],lll ()OIl'rA t • IIUIINUllll llUllVll:lll} .WodaCm h gnvl • i/Gilt -ds Itmdl.i, | Rohabcth Death, DE ",9071  c   ] 121 644-9034 • Fax 302 644-9036 Submitted photo Greenwood Trust President Nathan Hill visits with students and staff at the Owens Cam- pus Child Development Center. HUDSON HOMES HAS MOVED .... Still located on Rt. 24, near Rt. 1 GRAND OPEN!NG SAVINGS 12 New Model Homes to Choose from Priced from the low $40's M O N EY "NOWl HUDSON HOMES of Rehoboth Beach Rt. 24 • 302-644-2870 800-922-2929 Visit us on the web: htt ): 'www. )