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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Fridayl September 25 - October 1, 1998 Building leadership is the focus ing." This workshop will concen- of a one-day conference to be held trate on developing resources in at Delaware State University from terms of staff, volunteers, board 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. and material resources, including 3. The conference will feature two funds• The public is invited to par- workshops, "Principles of Leader- ticipate. To register for this day of BPW to sponsor leadership workshop ......... ou - 302-945-7600 I Quality Service Pinnacle J • [ard Winning; Offi training, or for more information, call Tammy Foraker at 645-5696 or Linda Chick at 398-3898• The cost for the day is $25 and in- cludes both workshops, a conti- nental breakfast, box lunch and a relaxation break with a minimas- sage, compliments of the Well- ness Connection of Dover. The leadership conference is spon- sored by Delaware Business and Professional Women. its 25 employees, 17 are women and of the four managers in the company, three are women• The owners, Dennis Forney and Trish Vernon, offer employees a flexi- ble work schedule to accommo- date family responsibilities• Free medical benefits are given to all children of employees, and when kids are sick or parents want to at- tend a field trip or other school event, time off is given. The Gazette offers employees training opportunities and encour- ages attendance at workshops, seminars and conferences to en- hance employees' professional development. BPW/Delaware will celebrate on Saturday, Oct. 17, by honoring all of the Women of the Year and Employers of the Year from the 11 local chapters in the state• The banquet will be held at the Blue Coat Inn in Dover during National Business Women's Week. For reservations at the Oct. 6 dinner, call Betty Goldbach, De- Vries president, at 646-0775. The public is welcome to attend. "  Jim Cmon photo JJ's Corner Market owner J.J. Catts invites all to stop by for some morning coffee, a hot bun and some good conversation. The store opens for business Oct. 1. JJ's Comer Market brings co.Fo,,,co.00m.c00 in lis 4 BR, 2 BA larch in Sandy Brae "best buns' to Gravel Hill with family room, utility room and 4th BR, fenced back yard, above ground pool with ship," and "The Basics of Grant Writing." The morning workshop, "Principles of Leadership," will be presented by Floyd Larmore, area director for Dale Carnegie Training• Larmore will share his extensive experience as a public speaker, motivator and problem solver• In the afternoon, Kevin Smith of Kevin Smith Resource and Organization Development will lead "Basics of Grant Writ- I DeVries Continued from page 57 role model for all young people, and is always available to help anyone with a problem. Married for more than 44 years and with three grown children, she is a good listener, offering sound ad- vice. She tries to find time for the causes and people about whom she cares and has even donated her leave time to help someone critically ill and in need of assis- tance. Her community activities include serving as blood bank chair for the Lewes Fire Depart- ment; serving as state director for Family Campers and RVs, a group of 80 families who go camping and care for each other and the en- vironment; and being actively in- volved in her church. The Cape.Gazette was selected as DeVries 1998 Employer of the Year for its sensitivity to women's needs. The Cape Gazette is a pri- vate partnership corporation that publishes a weekly newspaper. Of By Jim Cresson James J. Catts, proprietor of JJ's Market in Dewey Beach, is taking his well-known buns inland, Oct. l,as he opens JJ's Coiner Market at the intersection of Route 9 and Route 30 at Gravel Hill. "After 10 years of opening business in April and closing in October, I decided to look for a market I could keep open year- round," says Catts, whose bakery offerings at the resort JJ's Market are touted as "the best buns at the beach." The new Route 9 market, says Catts, will serve as a basic conve- nience store for travelers and local residents. By early December, he promises, it will also offer the quality selection of bakery and dell items that has been so popular at the resort. "We'll be first and foremost a IJ00tirag,s! The Lowest tot Kent At The decking, carport and more. Paced. light at good corner market providing the $115,900. staples people need, sandwiches and fresh produce in season," Catts says. "But we're also hoping n that our resort-area friends and customers who commute to work or school in Georgetown and those who use Route 9 to reach the beach will stop to get some fresh | WHAT A DEAL!! coffee or cappuccino and some I1| 3 BR, 2 BA ranch ideally situated close to buns•" | the marina and crabbing pier. Home offers Catts says he is also planning to I oil heat, central air, extensive remodeling, offer the barbecued chicken and | new carpeting plus there is room to beef, complete with cole slaw, that | enlarge. All this is. on a lot and a half for he sold on Rehoboth Avenue five I just $79,g00. years ago and that earned him "Best BBQ at the Beach" recogni- tion from a statewide culinary re- view. JJ's Corner Market, located in the former Burns Well Drilling building, will be open daily from 8 l a.m. to 5 p.m. For more informa- | ANGOLA BY THE BAY tion, call 855-0300. I Lots of room in this recently painted 3 BR, J 2 BA split foyer home. Heat pump, | scraped porch and ready to finish base- |ment are just a few of the pluses. I $114,soo, Olympic-sized Pool , Tennis Courts • Recreation Areas • Community Building Playground ° Street Lights • Lawn Service ° Underground Utilities & Morel $26,900 $15,500 14x60, 2 BR, 1 BA, C/A, W/l)., reffigerator, range, MW with cart, 20' S/T patio, screen room, some fumlture. 14x60, 2 BR; 1 1/2 BA, C/A, W/O., FF refdgera- tor, range, 20' S/T patio, screen room. New car- pet T/O, NEW floor vinyl, tub & enclosure, tel- let in MBA, NEW thermo windows T/O, water heater, gutterdowr'-,,pouts, ture, landscaped. THIS IS A MUST SEE! 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide with addition in River Village. This lovely home offers efficient gas heat, central air, fireplace and heatalator, large coun- try kitchen, screened porch, irrigation system and more. A permanent foun- dation is being put in. $85,500. FANTASTIC BAYFRONT 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide in Rehoboth Shores. Home offers desirable gas heat, central air, ceiling fans in all rooms, gas fireplace, den, family room, shod with electric and tons of storage. Boat slip is negotiable. $65,500.