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Friday, August 15 - August 2i, 1997 BargainS bring crowds to Milton's Broadkill River By Rosanne Pack Buyers shopped and ate and ducks "raced" at a leisurely pace on the river as Milton Chamber of Commerce conducted BargainS on the Broadkill last weekend. Even though they got up at 5 a.m. to get vendors setup, and some hawked rubber ducks and others flipped hamburgers during the day, chamber members were extremely pleased at the end of the annual event. Ed Harris, presi- dent, said that vendors were hap- py, duck race prize winners went away pleased and everyone ate more food than was expected. "We've already had five ven- dors sign up for next year, and we 9assed out a lot of Pumpkin Festi- val information and applications," TIlE GREAT !:00MILTON0000 DUCK RACE Harris said. "I'm still on ahigh from it. "Chamber members feel like this will let people know that we are organized, working together and moving forward." Vendors and exhibitors includ- ed antique dealers, toy makers, country crafts people, infanCs clothing makers and jewelry mak- ers. Figures are not complete&but Harris said the Great Milton Duck race probably raised more than $1,500 alone. Winners in the duck race and their prizes are the following: $250, Bob Wright; hot air balloon ride, Mr. Kimble; light air plane ride, Kerry Kester; $50 savings bond, Elizabeth Reed; "gift from Rosanne Pack photos High above the Broadkill, George Lynch (1) and Andrea Bushey (above) have a prime spot for cheering on their ducks at BargainS on the Broadkill. The Milton Chamber event attracts a variety of visitors, including this young Milton resident at right, Alex MaD loy, who is occupied with the sands of time as she creates her own art work. Your Link To The Beach FOXX televises live in Rehoboth Walk Thru Time, Susan Porter; Milton Hardware $50 gift certifi- cate, Bob Lore; restaurant gift cer- tificates, Jack Clark; Jail House Art and Antiques gift, Carol Christine Hastings, owner of the Jolly Trolley, is inter- viewed by a newsman from Fox News, which broadcast live on the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk on Friday morning, Aug. 8. They also interviewed Irene Simpler, who provided a little history of the city, and televised Tom Ibach making salt water taffy. Everyone agreed it was a great way to familiarize the people in eastern Pennsylvania about the charms of Re hoboth Beach. Searels; River Walk Antiques gift, Frances Frampter; gift subscrip- tion to the Cape Gazette, Joanne DeAngelo and basket of haircare gifts from Victoria's, John Chirtea. The next regular meeting of the Milton Chamber of Commerce is Tuesday, Aug. 19, 6:30 p.m., in the Milton Library. "Our home was built Ithe way we wanted zt" "We were especially impressed with the features of their homes designs, the quality of their people, their craftsmanship and the attentionto all the details," explains Dr. Mel and Mary Ellen Kreps.. "Both the management and sales people at Country Life Homes were accessible and accommodating. They were always willing to listen to us and do what w._e wanted. "They used top-quality products, their staff was highly competent and everyone waas eager to accomodate our wishes. It was also comforting to have the protection of the 10 year warranty. "When you visit their showroom, you'll be able to see for yourself." 1539 Hwy One Lewes, DE 19958 302/644-3000 302/644-3003 Fax  COUNTRY LIFE HOMES OCEAN BLOCK 3 BR, 2 BA home. This spacious vacation home offers a fireplace, screened-in porch, and only steps to the beach. Call Elizabeth Kapke for an appointment. $129,000. (LFRB#9513) THREE ACRES/OWNER FINANCING How does a 3 BR, 2 BA, full basement and wonderfully kept ranch home sound to you? Home boasts totally remodeled kitchen, fin- ished basement, super efficient gas heat and hot water systems, new roof, garage, 34x34 outbuilding and more. Well worth the $169,000 asking price. Call Frank Pizzo for more information. ILFRB#2771 LOT 2, TOWNWOOD CIRCLE, COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lovely residential cul de sac location in Country Club Estates. Walk to shops and beach, build your year around or vacation home in this great community. Asking $85,000. Call and ask for Angle. (LFRB #255) BROADKILL BEACH Build your dream home on this beautiful lot in Broadkill Beach, Delaware's best-kept beach secret. Bordering the Delaware Bay and Deep Hole Creek. This property already has a septic installed for a 3 BR home. Priced to sell fast at $149,900. Call Jo Ann Hollingsworth. (LFRB #2011) AN UNFORGEI"rABLE SUMMER Experience yours in this solid 3 BR contempo- rary home, custom built with attention to every structural detail. Two spacious decks overlooking the bay and the wildlife refuge. $199,600. In Broadkill Beach. Waiting for your call at 645-5473, Aina Nammack. (LFRB #270) A-IO NORTH DRIVE WEST BAY PARK 3 BR, 1 BA mobile in wonderful woodsy park with private beach and marina. Huge addition provides lots of x-tra living space and convenient "crabbers kitchen!" $15,000. Call Kate. (LFRB #303)