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I 64, CAPE GAZETTE. Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 New website offers resources for teen entrepreneurs The U.S. Small Business The SBA and JA Worldwide Administration has announced a (Junior Achievement) have new online resource for young teamed up to develop three new 'entrepreneurs at the Mind Your Mind Your Own Business Own Business teen website - resources: a student activities - to guide, a volunteer guide and an help young entrepreneurs succeed assessment tool - Start it, Grow it, in the world of business. Own it! - that serves as a compan- ion tool to the student activities and volunteer guides. Each of these resources is avail- able at the www, mindyourown- website, and is cospon- sored by JA Worldwide. Entitled Make It Your Business, the student activities guide includes an interest inventory and group activities designed to teach teens the fundamentals of busi- ness ownership. The Make It Your Business vol- unteer guide instructs group lead- ers through student business ses- sions that can be implemented in Chamber CE0 Carol Everhart hones leadership skills at national conference Representing the membership of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce, CEO/President Carol Everhart attended the American Chamber of Commerce Executives 2006 conven- tion in Cleve- land, Ohio, Aug. 16-19. Everhart par- ticipated in the C E O Leadership EVERHART Conference within the convention that provid- ed sessions on leadership, health care and government-related issues. Lewes woman earns excellence award from lia sophia Lia sophia recently announced Susan Shea of Lewes earned top honors for its Excellent Beginnings Program Achievers Award for outstanding sales accomplishments and profession- alism. Having just joined the fashion jewelry business in January, Shea earned the award in her first 15 weeks by attaining certain sales levels and by sharing lia sophia with other new .advisers. "This immediate success is a result of Susan's hard work and dedication," said Tory Kiam, president of lia sophia. "Lia sophia is fortunate to have her as part of our team and we look for- ward to celebrating her future successes." All new lia sophia advisers have the opportunity to increase their earnings and earn free jew- elry as part of the Excellent Beginnings Program. The plan celebrates the success of advisers who stay on track in the first four months in business. Lia sophia provides ongoing opportunities for recognition including monthly, quarterly and annual awards. For details, contact Shea at or susancshea@ Lia sophia, formerly Lady Remington Jewelry, is a unique direct selling opportunity offer- ing fashion accessorizing through personalized in-home shows. For more information about lia sophia, call 800-487- 3323. Keynote speakers at the cotifer- ence included Bob Vosburgh, Founder of 9G Enterprises; Randall George, CEcD/president of the Montgomery (Ala.) Chamber of Commerce; David Colantone, CCE/president of the Greater Akron (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce; Richard J. Lutovsky, president/CEO of the Asheville (N.C.) Area Chamber of Commerce; Nathaniel Brinn, CEO of HAS Bank; and Ed Wolking, senior vice president of the Detroit (Mich.) Regional Chamber. Everhart said the con- ference was informative and rein- forces both the chamber's mission and direction. For additional information con- tact Everhart at 227-6446. CRAIG A. SCHWARTZ Direct: 302-239-3624 Office: 302-239-3000 E-mail: cas@psre.conx CALL FOR A PERSONAL TOUR! PERFECTION.. LUXURY, Dir: Rt 54 to Sound Church Rd (near Rt 20); L into J the classroom, in student clubs or in an after-school setting. The SBA and" JA Worldwide introduced the Mind Your Own Business teen website to provide support to the growing interest in entrepreneurship among teens, and to serve as a small business portal for youth entrepreneurs. The Mind Your Own Business site introduces five easy-to-navi- gate steps on business ownership for the entrepreneurial-minded teen, each with helpful informa- tion for young entrepreneurs who want to start, run or grow their own businesses. CONVENIENCE & SETTING KEEP THE SUMMER GOING... 11254 SIGNATURE BLVD-BAYSIDE Within Jack Nicklaus Golf Course Keep improving your golf game... . $774,000 4/3.1 Over $ 70, 000 in upgrades. Already Built. Just waiting for you! Fall in love with the benefits, the community, luxury features and upgrades, multiple decks and porches, sunroom, 1st floor master suite, HK15392 SELBYVILLE/ FENWICK Our second season is approaching and what a great time at the beach Beautiful weather, warm water and no crowds The perfect time to find your beach home Let the agents at Delaware Realty help you, 108 Second Street, Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 645-5900 (800) 973-5478 NI N