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CAPE GAZEq[TE, Friday, September 25 - October 1, 1998 - 57 Lighthouse Builders / Decks Kitchens & Bath Remodeling Additions Custom Homes No Job Too Large No Job Too Small Quality Work Fair Prices CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE, All Jobs Owner Supervised (302) 947-0556 OPF ERA contributes new Sussex Arts Council logo A new visual presence - a new artistic presence - a new me- dia presence. The newly designed logo of the Sussex Arts Council represents all of the above. After two rounds of judg- ing and numerous designs, the arts council is pleased to pub- iish its new logo, designed by Greg Ardis, second from left, and Steve Yarzinsky of O'Conor, Piper and Flynn ERA. Upon notification of winning the contest, Ardis announced that the design would be donated to the arts council by O'Conor, Piper and Flynn ERA. The $500 prize money was then donated back to council president J. Scott de Kuyper, left, shaking hands with Yarzinsi. The contest, sponsored by Edgehill Pharma- cy, ran through June and resulted in more than 20 designs be- ing submitted. In selecting this design, the judge's choice re- fleets the striking move forward that the arts council is mak- ing. It is bold, yet it has a flair all its own. The design is flexi- ble and capable of being integrated throughout all program areas. We are excited about the new logo and the presence it gives us throughout the county," de Kuyper said. aWe are es- pecially grateful to Blake Thompson of Edgehill Pharmacy for donating the prize money and O'Conor, Piper and Flynn for making thisgenerous contribution to the future of the orga- nization." Also seen is Joan Williams from OPF. Submitted photo BRAND NEW 2 BR, 2 BA CONDOS IN REHOBOTH BEACH. st,00ns.t just $76,500. Call 227-6115 DeVries BPW Club to honor woman, business of year DeVries Business and Profes- sional Women's Club of Lewes will celebrate 1998 National Busi, ness Week by honoring its Woman of the Year, Caddie Joseph, and the Employer of the Year, Cape Gazette CEO and pub- lisher Dennis Forney, and editor Trish Vernon. The dinner celebra- tion will be held Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Lamp Post Restaurant, with networking at 6 p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m., and the program imme- diately following dinner. Cost for the dinner is $13. BPW clubs throughout the nation select and honor a Woman of the Year. The recipient is an individual who has made contributions to BPW, the community and is successful in her career. Joseph has recently been given an award for her 20- year membership in DeVries. Her BPW participation involves serv- ing as recording secretary for many years, and always volun- meting to take over if the elected secretary is not available. She has always been willing to serve on committees and has served in var- iousposts for the organization, in- cluding the bylaws chair, firsL . state woman reporter, young ca- reerist chair and fundraising chair, selling Innisbrook gift wrap. She has also been Delaware's correspond- ing secretary. Her career achieve- ments in- clude 30 years of fed- eral civil ser- vice as a sec- JOSEPH retary. Joseph has been honored by the Dover Air Base as Outstanding Woman of the Year during Women in History Month, and as United States Hospital Civilian of the Year. A resident of Lewes, Joseph has 14 years of service as an ambulance attendant for the Lewes Fire Department, and with her spouse; Alfred, was recog- nized as the first husband and wife team Ambulance Attendants of the Year in 1991, and as Sussex County Ambulance Attendants of the Year in !998. Joseph has always been agreat