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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber meeting set for Sept. 3 The general membership meeting of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 3. The meeting will be held at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant at noon and will serve as a Dewey Beach Candidate's Forum. The meeting will also host guest speaker Bob McClure, director of Membership and Development at the Travel Industry of America in Washington,D.C. CIVIL, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury , Home Owners Associations Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. LEWES REALTY 1/ "We're not franchised, we're personalized" SALES' RENTALS' APPRAISALS Angie Moon photo Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at SoccerMaineA in Rehoboth Outlets 3 on August 20. Shown during the event are Jeb Atkins, Mark Nicholson, general manager; and Becky Done- van of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce. at Rehoboth Outlets 3 complex SoccerMaineA holds grand opening m 8 BEmHHmEN CONDOMINIUM Perfect "Starter" or "Second" home. Well maintained 2 BR, Soccer MaineA held its grand opening in the Rehoboth Outlets #3 (oceanside) on Wednesday, Aug. 20. Store manager Mark Nicholson said Soccer MaineA's line of mer- chandise will encompass "every- thing soccer," and include soccer balls, cleats, uniforms, shirts and replica jerseys. Also, he said, the store will be able to special order team jerseys and equipment for local teams. Soccer MaineA has eight stores in its chain, including six loca- tions in the New England area, one in Williamsburg, Va. and the current Rehoboth Beach site. Its home office is located in Concord, N.H. Nicholson said it wasn't diffi- cult for the company to decide there was a need for a store such as theirs in the Cape Region. "One of the big reasons [for the new store] is that nobody caters to just soccer players," he said. "Lots of people play, from four- to-six year-olds to pre-teens and adults. It's a very up-and-coming sport." Soccer MaineA is currently open from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Sunday and from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Sunday. For information, call 226-3480. 2 BA condo with master bath, laundry room with washer and dryer, wet bar, and back balcony with a view of the community pool and picnic  : area. Close to Rehoboth and Lewes Beaches and shop- ping. Amazingly priced at just $70,900. Business and Professional Women launch Institute for Leadership Development The Delaware Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW/Delaware) launch- es its year long Institute for Lead- ership Development with a leader- ship conference at Delaware State University on Saturday, Sept. 13. The conference is sponsored by both BPW/Delaware and the Delaware State University Coop- erative Extension Program. The all-day event will begin at 8 a.m. in the University's Ulysses S. Washington, Jr. Cooperative Ex- tension Center. According to BPW Delaware president Linda Chick, the confer- ence will draw people from across the state and beyond for a day of networking and skill building through leadership development. BPW Leadership Conference chair Kim Robbins said, "We are really excited about the institute and the plans to offer growth op- portunities for women, both per- sonally and professionally. Those who take part will surely find the experiences rewarding. They will also gain a tangible professional benefit that can be included in their resumes." For this initial event, a selection of morning and afternoon work- shops featuring major motivation- al speakers and trainers has been planned. Morning workshops include the following: Strategic Planning, presented by Mary Ann Finch of the Univer- sity of Delaware, which will focus on developing group values and creating vision and mission state- ments; Mind Mapping, offered by Dilip R. Abayasekara of Speaker Services Unlimited, which will be a hands-on workshop designed to unlock the creative genius within each individual; and Improving Your Communica- tion Skills to be a More Effective Leader, ted by Floyd Larmore, area director for Dale Carnegie Training, which will concentrate on techniques to communicate more effectively and become a better listener while learning to in- spire and persuade others. The afternoon session will also offer three workshops, including: Consensus Building, under the leadership of Mary Ann Finch, which will look at techniques for team building, conflict resolution, and developing a shared vision; Dimensions of Leadership, conducted by Devona E.G. Williams of Goeins-Williams As- sociates, presenters of Carlson Learning Programs, which will target methods of identifying the unique abilities and personal lead- ership styles of participants; and Follow Your Dream, with pre- senters Maurice Dorsey and Phil Chambers of the University of the District of Columbia, which takes a light-hearted look at learning to trust intuition, honor personal val- ues and incorporate humor into all areas of life. Following the afternoon ses- sions, the whole conference will come together for a wrap up, led by Starlene Taylor of Delaware State University. The day begins with registration and continental breakfast at 8 a.m., and workshops start at 9 a.m. There will be a break for network- ing and lunch at 12:30 p.m. and the wrap up will conclude at 4:30 p.m. The $25 conference fee includes breakfast and box lunch. BPW members may participate for $20 and there is a special 10 percent discount offered to any two peo- ple who register together. Registration forms and informa- tion are available by calling Kim Robbins at 302-335-5633 or 302- 398-4420. FOREST HAVEN 3 BR contemporary nestled on a 6 1/2 acre estate with 400' road frontage. The home has unlimited privacy and features a large LR, den, laundry/utility room, sauna, 2 1/2 car garage and much more. $197,500. LEWES BEACH RESTAURANT If you are looking for an established restaurant on Lewes Beach, the The Lemon Tree is the answer. Prime location, good food, excellent reputation, break- fast, lunch, eat-in, take-out, local delivery. Equipment list available, possible owner financing. All this for only $70,000. LOT 28, BLOCK A, LOCHWOOD Lot 28, Block A, Lakewood Drive, Lochwood, Lewes. Lot in quiet development and just a short drive to beaches. Take advantage of Delaware's low property tax- es for $15,500.