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48 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Habitat for Humanity ReStore truck to take donations at Bayhealth Milford Sept. 16 The Sussex County Habitat Guaranteed working appli-to be accepted; window sashes for Humanity ReStore Truck ances that are i0 years old or cannot be accepted); leftover will come to the main entrance younger (all stoves, wail ovens new flooring that is boxed and in parking lot at Bayheakh Milford and refrigerators must have their perfect condition; used flooring Memorial to collect donations for final cleaning); guaranteed work- that has not been damaged; rolls housing projects from 8 a.m. to ing HVAC units, compressors, of linoleum; gently used carpet noon, Monday, Sept. 16. dishwashers, hot water heaters, and area rugs (must be stain-free, Bayhealth, Beebe Medical coffee makers and blenders that rolIed and sized); gently used Center and Nanticoke Health are five years old or younger (hot upholstered furniture with no Services have joined together water tanks must be completely tears, stains or animal hair; wood through the Healthier Sussex drained for pickup service); cabi- furniture; metal bed frames; grid County initiative to participate nets in very good condition with two-piece china cabinets. with Sussex County Habitat for hardware and doors; all interior For more information, con- Humanity on two house build and exterior door slabs or prehu- tact Bayhealth marketing and projects currently underway in ngthat arein excellent condition; communication specialist Kim Georgetown. double-hung and casement win- Wilkins at 302-430-5719. Many items are acceptable for dows (wood frame windows Sussex County Habitat for Hu- donations, including: must be in excellent condition inanity ReStore is at 107 Depot St. just off The Circle in George- town. The store is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m Wednesday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat- urday. For more information, call 302-856-1156. To learn more about how to volunteer, shop or donate, go to www.sussexcountyhabitat. org. Bayhealth's mission is to im- prove the health status of all members of the Bayhealth com- munity. For more information, go to hamber membership meeting Sept. 24 The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a general member- ship meeting for noon, Tuesday, Sept. 24, with guest speakers Delaware Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes, and Delaware Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth Beach. The resort-area legisla- tors will provide an overview Townsend retained as workers' comp ratepayeradvocate Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart has an- nounced the retention of Fred Townsend, Esq as ratepayer ad- vocate for the upcoming workers' compensation rate filing. Pursuant to recently passed legislation, Townsend shall rep- resent.Ihe interests of Delaware workers compensation ratepay- ers during the insurance com- missioner's consideration of the rate filing. A mem- ber of the Delaware Bar since 1990, Townsend Karen Weldin served as De]a- Stewart ware's deputy insurance com- missioner from 1995-99. Since he returned to the private sector in 2000, his practice areas have included insurance regulation. stewart stated, "Mr. Townsend's background, both in the Insurance Department and in the private sector, makes him well suited to represent the ratepayers' interests during this important step of analyzing the workers' compensation rate fil- ing." Anyone wishing to contact Townsend should email ratepay- of current state legislation and stir-fry flank steak, mushroom upcoming changes that chamber chicken chardonnay, tomato members and the community bisque, rice pilaf and a vegetable should be aware of. medley. The luncheon will be held at Seating at the meeting is lim- King Creek Country Club in Re- ited, so reserve a spot now by hoboth Beach. The cost is $15 per contacting Joy at 302-227-2233, person; the buffet will include Ext 14 or Two-hcre waterfront lot overlooking Herring Creek. Located where Rehoboth Bay & Herring Creek meet. Only $219, 900 Call for information. 302-542-6263 The "6nergy l=xperts'" Amana's furnace which is Up to 96% AFUE is one of the top-of-the-line l furnaces on the market. With :* Heavy-duty Million-Air stain- less-steel, dual-diameter heat exchanger secondary Self-calibrating modulating gas valve operates on two-stage or single-stage thermostats . ComfortNetTM lg Efficient and quiet variable- speed ECM circulator motor gently ramps up or down according to heating or AHD ~ AND