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DeVries BPW Club to honorwoman, employer of year Oct. 1 The DeVries Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club of Lewes will celebrate National Business Women's Week by honoring Su- san Brittingham as Woman of the Year and Kathleen Kramedas and Rehoboth Pharmacy as Employer of the Year at a dinner meeting Tuesday, Oct. 1 at the Lamp Post Restaurant, Midway. Networking begins at 6 p.m., with dinner at 6:30 p.m., followed by the pro- gram. BPW clubs throughout the na- tion select and honor a woman of the year who has made contribu- tions to the BPW, the community and is successful in her career. Brittingham, a DeVries member since 1988, has served as vice president, committee chair of the Terri Morris opens dance studio at Midway. Coastal Dance Academy to open With what she hopes is a step in time, Terri Morris opens Coastal Dance Academy with registration scheduled for this weekend, Satur- day, Sept. 28; 2-4 p.m. An experi- enced dance instructor, Morris will conduct classes in the Mid- way Fitness Center, Midway Shopping Center, Rt. 1, Rehoboth Beach. A native southerner, she per- formed with the Dixie Darlings Dance Team at the University of Mississippi before beginning her teaching career. She offers classes in pre-tap, tap, ballet, jazz, lyrical, liturgical dancing, tappersize and jazzercise; and she teaches all ages from beginners to advance levels. She has taught fol' several dance academies and owned her own studio. For information, call 644-2274. Henlopen Memorial Park no longer soley owned Henlopen Memorial Park re- cently became a member of the Loewen family of memorial parks. As a result of the affilia- tion, Henlopen Memorial Park - previously an independently- owned burial facility - is undergo- fundraising fashion show and the Young Careerist Program. As owner of the Cranberry Scoop in Midway Shopping Cen- ter she has cosponsored a tribute to women in business during Na- tional Business Women's Week in conjunction with a local radio sta- tion which involved taking nomi- nations, then selecting a business woman to be honored on a live talk show. Rehoboth Pharmacy was select- ed as DeVries 1996 Employer of the Year for sensitivity to women's needs. Owner Kramedas offers a liberal family leave policy, extremely flexible work hours scheduled around working mothers, summer help needs and personal appointments. ing several changes to its facility. Park Managing Director Jon- David Mess- ner said changes to the facility will include paving roads, construction of mau- soleum facili- ty (including family mau- MESSNER soleums), in- stallation of lawn crypt arrange- ments and new office facilities. The Loewen group is the second largest death care entity in the country. Messner said be feels the changes will greatly benefit Hen- lopen Memorial's clients. "They [customers] are going to benefit a great deal," said Mess- ner. "Clients are no longer going to be at the mercy of transient ownerships. This is a corporation with unlimited resources." For more information about ser- vices offered by Henlopen Memo- rial Park, call 645-6463. O'Conor, Piper & Flynn names top listers, sellers O'Conor, Piper and Flynn has annofanced top listing and sales agents for the month of Au- gust at its 4421 High- way One and former office at 323A Re- hoboth Av- DAVIS enue, Re- hoboth Beach. At the Highway One location, Linda Davis was top list- ing agent and Walt Waga- mon was top selling agent. A Milton res- ident, Davis has won sev- eral awards in the past and WAGAMON her knowl- edge and pleasant personality per- Continued on page 50 She supports her employees where child care is concerned and offers opportunities for training, having employed two pharmacy school students this year. She also encourages the full participation of employees who show interest and talent to help with store dis- plays and other in-store activities. As president of Rehoboth Main Street, Kramedas is working to re- vitalize and beautify the down- town commercial district and for the first time is working with property owners to facilitate a greater sense of community. She is a member of the National Asso- ciation of Retail Druggists, Amer- ican Pharmacy Hospital Associa- tion and a teacher of pharmacolo- gy at Sussex Tech. BPW/Delaware will celebrate on Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Dover Air Force Base and select a state woman of the year and an em- ployer of the year for National Business Women's Week. National Business Women's Week was first celebrated in 1928 with the announced purpose of dramatizing the contributions of women in industry, government and the professions. For reservations, $12.50 per person, for the Oct. 1 meeting, call DeVries President Betty Gold- bach at 645-0774. Also, as Octo- ber is also National Domestic Vi- olence Month, shoes and socks are being collected to be donated to area shelters. The public is wel- come to attend. 4 Master Bedrooms 4 Bath= 5 Decks Hot Tub $25,000+1n Sunmer Itenis * Great Ocean Views . Fireplace * Wet Bar * 2+ Cars Covered Parking Great Price $325,000 WATERFRONT/WOODED HOME SITE - 1+ acre with access to Rehoboth Bay on Love Creek, in a secluded community. A Real buy at $74,900. 4421 Highway One ,.., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 1-888-500-REAL Bus. 302-2276200, Fax 302-227-1147 Off. 800'496-9269 Voice/Mail 302-33%1724 III I H ;u ;m m 40 EAST CIRCLE DR., HUNTER MILL BEAUTIFUL LEWES HARBOR A cut above the restt 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, screened porch off Third floor condo right on the water ovedooking the Harbor. Great breakfast nook, upgraded carpet, tip-out windows for easy clean- view of Lewes by night, and the boats by day. Two bedrooms, 2 ing, fireplace and large lot for swimming pool or tennis court. You baths make it a perfect getaway. Swimming pool, laundry and really have to see this one to appreciate it ............ $112,900. room to park your boat. Very convenient to every- thing ............ $133,000. CHARMING DEVRIES CIRCLE HOME Situated on one lot in a park-like setting in a PRIME LOCATION in Lewes. Large living room, formal dining room, kitchen, 2 fire- places, full basement and a 2-car garage. Hardwood floors throughout. Close to everything ............. $180,000. LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! a. NEW LISTING - FARMETrE, 13.1 acres, 1/2 cleared and 1/2 wooded. Has 30 x 60 steel building on a concrete pad. Separate workshop with security system. Perfect to add your new home ........ $84,900. b. ROUTE 30 - Forest Haven Estates. Beautiful wooded building lot in a convenient location. Only 20 minutes to Lewes Beach and close to the heart of historic George- town ........ $16,500. c. Lot 50 x 100 in City of Lewes. Suitable for single family home ........ $49,000 d. NEW LISTING - Building Lot, 2+ acres on Rt. 30, Cedar Shore Estates, Milford, Sussex County ........ $62,500.