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56- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 22- Sept. 28, 2000 New shop q Continued from page 55 the early 1900s - is in great shape." The Rhues plan to offer changing themes throughout the year. "It's really exciting to be opening now," said Rhue. "It's the peak of the holiday season from September through Decem- ber. The timing really worked out in our favor." In the summer Leaf & Lantern will offer fresh organic herbs and flowers, focusing on a garden theme. Another theme the Rhues want to. highlight is a touch of Lancaster. "Lancaster is our fa- vorite getaway. We love it - the arts and crafts, the countryside," said Rhue. "We'd love to get our hands on an Amish buggy and put it out front." The Rhues are confident their business will do well. They know the area. Michael Rhue has been here most of his life, and Garnet Rhue is originally from Maryland but her family ran a dell at the beach. Garnet Rhue graduated from Delaware State University and has been a social worker at Rehoboth Elementary School since 1995. Neither Rhue has re- tail experience but between them Tobacco shop to host Maduro sampling Greybeard's Tobacconist, locat- ed at 203 Rehoboth Avenue, will hold a special sampling of the new Griffin's Maduro cigars from 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 22. Space is limited and reservations are re- quested. To register or for more information, call Bob Maurer at 227-4972. Jane Brady responds to tire recall report State Attorney General M. Jane Brady cautioned customers to "shop carefully," in light of recent reports that used tire dealers in the state of Washington may be sell- t Michael Rhue holds Maple, while his wife Garnet displays a fall collectible the Rhues offer in their new shop, Leaf & Lantern, which will host a grand opening celebration from 9:30 a.m. to 6 pan., Saturday, Sept. 30. they have a variety of experiences that will complement their new business. "I'm a nature oriented person, and I've been interested in coun- try crafts," said Garnet Rhue. "Growing up in an agricultural family has had a definite influ- ence on me and what I learned," said Michael Rhue. ing used Bridgestone/Firesione tires now under recall at low prices. Brady said those selling the tires may be liable for perpe- trating a fraud and that the "delib- erate sale of the recalled tires to any customer, for any purpose, constitutes a public safeiy risk." Firestone has made special arrangements for the collection and destruction of the recalled tires and none should be sold in the new and used car market ai this time. To report anyone sell- ing these defective tires to con- sumers, call 800-220-5424. Sea Witch festival needs volunteers The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers for the I lth annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler's Festival set for Oct. 27- We are pleased to announce that Lori C. O'Donnell Financial Advisor has joined Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, the preeminent global financial services firm. 4421-B Highway One Rehoboth Beach, De 19971 302-226-5100 fax 302-226-5200 We Measure Success One Investor At A Time s" MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER Stanley Dean Wirier is a .rvicz mark of Morgan Stanley Dean Wilier & Co. and services am offered thnmlh Dean Wilier Reymflds. Inc.. member SIPC. 01999 Dean Wirer Reynolds Inc. The Rhues will will offer re- freshments during the Sept. 30 grand opening. The first 50 peo- ple who visit Leaf & Lantern will receive complimentary gifts. Leaf & Lantern will be open all year. Leaf & Lantern is located on the southbound side of Route 1, noi'th of Milton. The phone number is 684 8373. 29. Anyone interested should plan to attend the volunteer meet- ing at 2 p.m, Friday, Oct. 13, at the Holiday Inn Express on Route 1. For more information, call the chamber at 227-6446. Rehoboth Long & Foster top producer named Robin Palumbo, a sales associ- ate with Long & Foster Realtors' Rehoboth Beach office located at 720 Rehoboth Av- enue, has been named Top Producer for volume and units for the month of Au- PALUMBO gust, 2000. A two-year real estate professional, Palumbo is an active member in the Sussex County Association of Realtors. Consistently a high achiever since Palumbo entered real estate, she has frequently been cited as a top real estate producer. Palumbo is a member of Long & Foster's coveted Executive Club for producing more than $1 mil- lion in settled volume in one year and First Year Honor Society. Palumbo can be reached at 226- 4481. For details, visit her Web site at You can AFFORD to buH or sell with KATHY FORD Kathy Ford . @ Prudential Gallo REALTORS Sue Potts Working for you.., with honesty & integrity. 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