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CAPE  - Friday, August 17 - Monday, August 20, 2007 - 49 Submitted photo Del-One takes top honors in state Del-One, a nonprofit credit union headquartered in Dover, recently received the distinguished honor of being the only credit union to earn a spot on Delaware's Best in the Business 2007, top-15 list of the best small companies to work for. While many industries are suffering from downsizing , Delaware credit unions are experiencing steady growth, much like Del.One, which ranked ninth overall on this year's list. The opportunities for career growth and personal enrich- ment at Del-One are something the volunteer board of direc- tors, the management team and staff have all worked dili- gently to create. When asked how he felt about the Credit union making the Best in the Business 2007 list, Del-One President and CEO Richard 'Duke' Strosser said, "As an organization, we solicit and value our employees' feedback; we strive for internal equity among all employees, and we make it our mission to maintain a diverse andwell-trained workforce. It just makes good business sense to create a work environment where people can still build a career, earn a decent living and make a difference in the lives of their neighbors and their commu- nities. After all, the entire credit union movement was found- ed on the philosophy of eople helping people' and we strive to never forget that." Del-One has seven branches throughout the state which serve more than 29,000 members. More than 200 Delaware businesses like United Way, Burris Foods and the Better m Business Bureau, offer credit union access as a free benefit to their employees. For more information on how to become an employee or a member/owner of Del-One, call 302-739-4496 or visit www.Del- One.org. Georgetown Chamber to meet Aug. 22 The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce will hold its next meeting from noon to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 22, at the Carter Partnership center at Delaware Technical & Community College Owens Campus. The luncheon will feature Marlene Elliott, state director of USDA Rural Development in Delaware. Cost is $10. Respond by email to info@georgetowncoc.com, fax 856- 1577, or phone 856-1544 by noon on Monday, Aug. 20. The Chamber is now accepting AMEX, Discover, Mastercard and Visa for payments, as well as cash and checks. Georgetown Chamber of Commerce is located at 140 Layton Ave., Georgetown. Lot #iv, Deep Branch Rd. Deep Branch Forest 1.23 acres in secluded area $Z!5,900 REDD[HWOOD Lot #48- 3/4A SlZ, S,OOO. HAWKS[Y[ LOTS Reduced Z5%. Call us for details. COUNTRY HEADOWS 314 acre lot. S94,900 COASTAL HIGHWAY 0.9lAcre Commercial 10t zoned C ! $948,900 BOOKHAHH[R [STATtS Lot #4 -131 Acres Si99,900