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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 27 - September 2, 1999 &apos;Pets Welcome' guide features ( 00Lpe Region hostelries Authors Kathy and Robert Fish have been traveling with their black Labrador retriever, Dreamer Dawg, for years. So, the need arose to find places they could travel with Dreamer around the country. The Pets Welcome book series was written to help others find places to stay while traveling with their pets. Many travelers have experienced vacations that have been dampened or cut short over the years because they either couldn't find an appropriate pet sitter or simply couldn't bear to leave their pets behind. Now there is no need to fret anymore, thanks to the newest member of the Pets Welcome series, Pets Welcome Chesapeake and Mid-Atlantic. Include within the pages of the Pets Welcome Chesapeake and Mid-Atlantic volume are the top 10 travel tips; "traveling with Year 2000 calendar items The Sussex County Convention and Tourism Commission is seeking calendar of events items for inclusion in the Southern Delaware Visitors Guide and Vacation Planner 2000. The purpose of the cal- endar is to market Sussex County's special events both locally and regionally. Events of particular interest are those which pro- mote historical, cultural or natural significance. Art exhibitions, musical performances, theater, antique shows and sales, sporting events, bike tours, dances, house tours and festivals are examples of the items needed. Each event should be open to the local pub- lic and visitors to the area. The information is also included in various other WDEL/WSTW job fair is Sept. 13 in Wilmington WDEL/WSTW, with title spon- sor MBNA America, will host its ninth job fair from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 13, at the Wilmington Hilton, located at 1- 95 and Namaan's Road in Wilm- ington. Representatives from Building Permits Delapo Properties LLC, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, dwelling, $107,062. APW Inc., Nassau, Breeze- wood, dwelling, $66,375. Frank Vasilikos, Wilmington, Sandy Brae, dwelling, $75,664. George E. Grose, Churchville, Pa., Cripple Creek, dwelling, $168,508. Raymond and Irma Barton, Wilmington, . Shady Side, dwelling, $178,968. Kings Creek Association, Re- hoboth Beach, Kings Creek Country Club, dwelling, $230,685. The 1600 Limited Partnership, Lewes, Rehoboth Bech, multi- family, $489,918. Joseph and Teresa Mocci, Matawon, N.J., Route 288, dwelling, $190,606. Monty and Audrey Carey, Millsboro, The Meadows, dwelling, $96,821. William and Amy Pepper, Georgetown, Route 30, dwelling, $137,575. Louie and Vicky Bruno, New Castle, Sherwood Forest, dwelling, $75,320. your pet tips" from the Humane Society of the United States; vet- erinary care in each of the seven states; and a listing of the state parks in the area. The book also lists hundreds of resorts, hotels, inns, guest ranches and bed and breakfasts that cater to all kinds of budgets by offering an array of lodging options, rang- ing from the luxurious and roman- tic to the quirky and rustic sought for visitor's guide visitor guides and brochures, and is the only county- wide resource available. It is also used to recruit travel writers, for media releases and for event plan- ners who utilize the calendar for future planning pur- poses. Information should include the name of the event, contact person and phone number, date, time and lo- cation of the event, a brief of the event and fee, if any. Items must be in writing and can be mailed to SCCTC, P.O. Box 240, Georgetown, DE 19947, or faxed to the SCCTC office at 856-5713, or e-mailed to <southdel @dmv.com>. To eliminate the possibili- ty of an error, information cannot be taken by phone. For information, call 856-1818. over 35 local and regional compa- nies will be holding on the spot in- terviews to find talented new em- ployees for a variety of positions. The job fair is free and there is no need preregister. Attendees are en- couraged to dress professionally and to bring several copies of their rsum6. A partial list of partici- pating companies includes AIG Life Companies, Best Buy, Chase Manhattan Bank, First USA, Fleet Credit Card Services, Metlife Fi- nancial Services, Mobile Commu- nication Systems, Provident Mu- tual, Rollins Leasing Corp., Wawa Food Markets and more. For more information, call 302-478-2700. Silicato joins O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Nina Silicato recently joined ERA O'Conor, Piper & Flynn of Rehoboth Beach. She has over 14 years of real estate experience with ERA Harrington Realty of Milford. Sili- cato will spe- cialize in the sales of resi- dential, land, resort and in- vestment prop- erties in the Rehoboth, Bethany, SILICATO Lewes, Milton and Long Neck-Rehoboth Bay ar- eas. Silicato is a member of the Kent County Association of Real- tors, the Sussex County Associa- tion of Realtors, the Delaware As- sociation of Realtors and the Na- tional Association of Realtors. She also holds the Graduate Real- tors Institute and Certified Resi- dential Specialist designations. She and her husband, Howard Parker, recently relocated to the Long Neck-Rehoboth Bay area. She may be reached at the Re- hoboth office by calling 227- 6200. JlrB mR 4321 Highway One J Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 -NORWEST MORTGAGE c=l  Anytime for an Appointment ,,tJLr'N Office (302) 227-5700 NJ' Toll Free (888) 217-5700 America's Largest Lender Fax (302) 227-5710 Specializing in the following mortgage loan programs: Conventional Loans (Purchase and Refinance - Primary, Second Homes & Investment Properties) Constr;;ction Loans for new homes Knowledgeable, Honest and Reliable Recognized for Outstanding Customer Service David Carey Account Executive throughout the Chesapeake and Mid-Atlantic region. In the Cape Region, pets are welcome at the Kings Inn in Lewes; and at the Corner Cupboard Inn in Rehoboth Beach. To order Pets Welcome Chesa- peake and Mid-Atlantic, call 800- 524-6826 or visit area bookstores. Remember that 5 percent of the proceeds go directly to the Hu- mane Society of the United States. Premium Lap Siding withstands wind load pressures up to. 180 mph. 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