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Kitchen Tune-Up owners attends training Ron Reichert and Bob Ditoto, local Kitchen Tune-Up franchise owners, along with other franchise owners converged from all parts of the U.S. to attend the Summer Sales Smash held in Aberdeen, S.D., where the international cor- porate headquarters are located. The advanced training and semi- nars were conducted on July 11 and 12. Franchise owners increased their knowledge of wood care and learned about the new products available. They attended training seminars on consulting, marketing tech- niques and image. Reaching for a new level of business and growing with the franchise system were ar- eas addressed. The two-day mini-convention was packed with information, net- working and renewal for the fran- chise owners. For more informa- tion about Kitchen Tune-Up call 227-5544. Clothing drive to support 'Career Closet' Aug. 1-15 A clothing drive to benefit the Career Closet located in Blue Hen Mall, Dover, will be held from Aug, 1-15. Clothes may be donat- ed at Misty Harbor Gifts, located on the porch of the Lighthouse Restaurant, Anglers and Savannah Roads, Lewes, from 7 a.m.m to 9 p.m. daily. The Career Closet offers a se- lection of used fashionable clothes for men, women and children, at reasonable prices. The store is open on th first and third Thurs- day and Friday of each month from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The store will next be open Thursday For more information,-call Betty Goldbach at 645-1845. Conference on wrought iron at Ag Museum The Delaware Agricultural Mu- seum and Village and the Mid-At- lantic Smiths Association will sponsor the 17th annual Early American Wrought Iron Confer- ence on Sept. 6 and 7. This event brings together ferriers, black- smiths, and metalworkers from around the country to compete and learn more about their craft. This year, the conference will fea- ture two demonstrators, Pennsyl- vania blacksmith AI Stephens and Arizona blacksmith Bill Cal- loway. The conference will also feature slide shows, iron contests, and an "iron in the hat" drawing. The event begins at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6, and runs until 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 7. The fee is $45 for the entire weekend if reg- .istration is received prior to Sept. 1. Children under 18 may attend for $20. For more information, including single-day attendance fees, call the museum at 302-734-1618. Crafters needed for Sea Witch festival The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the Heritage and Cottage Craft Shows to be held as part of the eighth an- nual Sea Witch Halloween & Fid- dler's Festival on Oct. 25 and 26. The shows are scheduled for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 25 and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 26. The cost for a i0 foot by 10 foot space out- doors is $75 and indoors is $100. For an application and more infor- mation, call the chamber at 227- 2233. Outlet stores offer back- to-school gift program Rehoboth Outlets will host a gift-with-purchase program Aug. 13 through Aug. 17. Customers will receive one of three gifts depending upon the amount of money they spend at the Outlets. For spending $150, customers will receive The Umbro Tee, from Umbro at Rehoboth Outlets #2. For spending $250, customers will receive a navy canvas backpack from So Fun! Kids at Rehoboth Outlets #3. And for spending $300, customers will receive a Boat & Tote Bag and travel mug from L.L. Bean at Rehoboth Out- lets #1. To receive their free gifts, cus- tomers bring register receipts from any Rehoboth Outlet stores dated Aug. 13 through Aug. 17 to one of the three participating gifto-wit- purchase stores. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 - 53 If customers spend a total of $700, they will receive all three gifts. .ot/.,, ,/ ' Long & Foster announces top sellers for June Long & Foster announced that Frank Pizzo was the top producer, lister and seller in the Rehoboth Beach office with Betty Kapke, Angie Watkins and Kate Clampitt leading the way as the agents with the most new listings in June. In May, Ethel Lewis was the top producer and seller at the Re- hoboth office, with Angie Watkins as the top lister for the month. In the Bethany Beach office, Leslie Kopp was the top producer, Pat Bennett was the top lister, Gail Lekites was the top seller and Leslie Kopp and Roy Lekites were the agents with the most new listings for June. The 3 L's in Real Estatet. List with L UL'00 n g o , s 701 King Charles Avenue Rehoboth Beach Stately, year-round home with all the mod- em amenities in old south Rehoboth. 4 bed- room, 3 full baths with ceramic tile, family room (or 5th bedroom), central air, hardwood floors throughout, brick fireplace and more!!! Colonial East Homes - Midway 645-2030-645-2040 6 Spinning Wheel Lane 14 x66 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, 22' Silver Top Patio Cover, CA, W/D, FF Refrigerator, gas range, microwave, dishwash- er, A-frame shingle roof, vinyl lap siding & more! HISTORIC MILTON is where you'll find this 2 BFI, 1 1/2 BA bungalow with attic. This 2 story brick home has many recent improve- ments and is an easy walk to area businesses. Priced to sell at $59,900. INVESTOR ALERT! Two story home with first floor beauti- fully remodeled and offering bedroom and bath. The 2nd floor is waiting for your ideas to create something spe- cial. Located in Milton at only $55,900. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MILTON is the location for The Harbor Cafe. This large two story brick building contains the restaurant, coffee shop, several offices, a 2 BR apartment plus the old movie theater. This turn key investment opportunitycan be yours for $149,500. FOR THOSE WHO DREAM.. 3 BR plus loft, 2 1/2 BA contemporary in a beautiful, wooded, pool commu- nity. Home offers C/A, desirable gas heat, bonus room, stone fireplace, sunroom, intercom, attached 2 car garage plus too many upgrades to list them all. A must see at $182,500. CANAL FRONT IN LEWES is where this 2 BR, 2 BA condo can be found. Located on the first floor, this well-maintained home is within walking distance of Historic Lewes and the beach. This is a great vacation home and it comes fully furnished! $115,000. "Average A Home A Minute" represents an average based upon d homes bought or soM through CENTURY 21 franchises during 1994. 1996 Cely 21 Real Estate Clion and TM - Irademarks ol Century 21 Real Estate Corporation. Equal HouSing Opportunity EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED,