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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 Lee Lott named new executive dire::c r for RBDBA Rehoboth Beach native Lee Lott is the new executive director of the Rehoboth Beach Downtown Business Association (RBDBA) effective Aug. 1, it was announced by John Kleitz, president. A graduate of Cape Henlopen High School with a bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts from Catholic University of America in Wash- ington, D.C., and a master of arts degree in marketing/arts management from American University in Washington, D.C., Lott has worked in development and communications for Waiters Art Gallery, public relations coor- dinator for the Baltimore Symphony Orches- tra, and at Delaware Tech as a professional consultant, instructor and grant writer. Lott will serve as project coordinator for the Jazz Festival, which will be held in October. She has also directed and implemented pro- motional events for both grassroots and large organizations, having worked with federal and state grant writing to procure program funding, and has been involved in all phases of the me- dia. "This area spawned me - I have so many great memories of teachers at Cape and I love the people of this area. In fact, I went to school with many of the businesspeople here," Lott said. RBDBA secretary Patty Derrick noted, "We are excited to have quickly filled the vacancy with such a qualified person - Lee is an answer to all of our prayers, coming to us with great experience and knowledge in her field. I look forward to working closely with her as our new executive director." LEE LOTT Babbie's Colter Construction to open showroom By Kerry Kester Terrance Babble has been work- ing in the construction field for 16 years and has been president of Colter Construction, Inc. since 1990. Now he's changing the style of his business in order to better serve his customers. On Monday, August 15, the same day that one of his model homes will appear on the cover of Homes and Land magazine, Babbie will open the doors of his new showroom. Babbie's showroom will assist customers who do not have a back- ground in home con- struction in determining what products BABBLE are best for their homes. Initially, the show- room will have samples of such things as floor coverings, cabi-" netry, sidings, and paint colors. Babbie expects that he will even- tually expand to include other home building products as well. Additionally, he'll provide brochures with seven basic plans for homes that range in size from between 12,000 and 18,000 See our insert in today's paper for special savings OCEAN TRAVEL Kerry Kester photo Coulter Construction's new office and showroom in Milton. square feet. "What we're primari- ly providing is top quality homes for first time buyers and empty nesters. "We still will be doing custom design and construction from con- ception to completion," he said, "but we'll also be providing one- stop shopping for home buyers. It's going to be somewhat educa- tional as well, so the general pub- lic can make informed decisions on their home. People should be aware of what they're getting for their money. Providing quality homes to his clients is what is most important to Babbie. "For a lot of people, its the largest investment of their lives. If the building doesn't have structural integrity, then they're in for big trouble down the road. "We build beyond what the building code requirement is." Continued on page 55 CHARMING AND MAINTENANCE FREE Furnished, 4 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, living room with fireplace, 2 screened porches plus a deck. #618 BEST BUY AT $229,500 ! i i m!iiii!ii :iil :ii:!ii!i ....................... ....... i ........... A condominiurr in beach block; fantastic location. Recent complete renovation. Three private patios on ground level. Hook-up for washer/dryer. #908 CUIgARn Sail from Baltimore on the QE2 QUEEN EHZABETH 2 SAGAFJORD = VISTAFJORD SEA GODDESS I SEA GODDESS II British Registry 302-227-1607 EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOME Quaint setting in quiet residential area conve- nient to beach and a short walk to downtown Rehoboth. Nice, private landscape. Main house: 3 BR, 1/2 BA, screened porch, large kitchen. Apt.: full bath, 1 BR, living room and kitchen area. Sold furnished. #162. POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING Waterfront lot with 14x70 ft. mobile home with 45' boat dock. 8x16 sq. ft. storage shed with 15 cubic ft. food freezer. $34,500. #812 MAE HALL McCABE, INC. 122 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971-0006 302-227-2558 TOLL FREE 800-227-2558 FAX 302-227-1060 Call or Write for Fall Rental Brochure