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"Accident & Crime Site Sur- with disabilities are. KSI is the on- billion last year. access to the Internet by agents, veying," Oct. 16, 6:30-9:30 p.m. lycomprehensivevocationalreha- "Judging from the six-month buyers and sellers," Stefonick Continued from page 48 sonality put clients at ease. Wagamon, a Milton native, has been in the real estate business in the Rehoboth Beach are for more than 20 years. He is a past presi- dent of the Sussex County Associ- ation of REALTORS and was chosen REALTOR of the Year in 1986. Wagamon is a graduate of the University of Delaware and a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fra- ternity. He enjoys playing golf and spending time with his family. At the for- mer Re- hoboth Av- enue location, Harry Wood- ing was top listing and sales agent. Wodding is a licensed RE- ALTOR And WOODING a Graduate of the REALTORS Institute. He is a member of the Blue Ribbon Club and was recently selected as Resi- dential Associate of the Year. Wooding resides in Broadkill Beach with his family. All three agents can be reached at 227-6200. Accounting REAL ESTATE SETTLEMENTS Del Tech offers professional courses Professionals need to maintain the extra edge in today's competi- tive job market. Delaware Techni- cal & Community College, Owens Campus, is offering several non- credit courses to enable the work- ing community to update skills and knowledge. Available are: "Elements of Intensive Aqua- culture," Oct. 3 and 10, 6:30-9:30 p.m., gives an overview of the current status and will focus on daily operation, water quality maintenance, etc. Fee is $35. "Public Relations & Advertis- ing," Oct. 9, 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m., is designed for small busi- ness owners who have limited dollars to spend. Step-by-step practical information. Fee is $45. covers the importance of docu- menting accident/crime scene evi- dence through a land survey. Fee is $60. "Particle & Biiofiltration," Oct. 17 and 24, 6:30-9:30 p.m. presents detailed coverage of the activities of a recirculating system in aqua- culture. Fee is $35. For additional information and/or to register, call Corporate and Community Programs, (302) 856-5400, ext. 226. KSI sets open house for Oct. 1 Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI) will hold its annual open house on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at its main facility located at 3011 Re- hoboth Blvd. in Milford. Since October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month. touring KSI is the perfect way to find out just how capable people Tops in sales, listings Coldwell Banker Rehoboth Resort Realty has announced that Trevor L. Gouert (left) and James C. Pope of Lewes each shared in the Top Closed Sales Volume and Top Listing Volume for the month of August. Sharing is what Gouert and Pope do because their partnership allows them to work as a team in the over 90-year-old Coldwell Banker network, which con- sists of approximately 2,500 offices and over 55,000 agents and employees. Gross sales in 1995 were over $65 billion. Gouert and Pope may be reached at 645-2881. Carlton's offers taste of something new Carlton's of Rehoboth employee Betty Suter of Rehoboth Beach explains the various gourmet foods now available at the store to Gene McConnell of Maryland during a recent tasting party. The fare includes Rabbit Creek muffins, breads and brownies baked in flower pots, a variety of dips and instant cappuccino and other hot drinks. A selection from The Enlightened Gourmet is also availabe in the hostess gift section of the store. bilitation facility in Kent and Sus- sex counties that provides special- ized services and employment op- portunities for Delawareans with disabilities, guided tours will be given from 12:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 For more information or directions, please call Terri Sharpe at (302) 422-4014, ext. 3015. RE/MAX sets record pace in Delaware RE/MAX of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware re- ported recently that real estate transactions in the region climbed 15.1 percent and total sales soared 22.7 percent for the first six months of 1996 over the previous record year, according to Michael Stefonick, president and CEO of the region. Stefonick said total transactions in the first half of this year num- bered 15,124, a 15.1 percent in- crease over the 13,132 transac- tions for the same period in 1995. Sales volume rose to $1.9 billion, a 22.7 percent increase over $1.5 figures from the area's.79 RE/MAX franchise offices, this could be the biggest year for sales in the 18-year history of our RE/MAX region," Stefonick said. "The public is recognizing that RE/MAX is the place to get the most effective and efficient ser- vice from the most experienced and professional sales agents." RE/MAX of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware last year accounted for a record $3.5 billion in sales and 29,331 trans- actions. "The increase in sales thus far reflects use of technology, anew 800 telephone number and greater said. RE/MAX has offices at 402 Re- hoboth Avenue. 227-4800, and 108 Second St., Lewes, 645-6100. TAXES TOO HIGH? STARTING, BUYING OR SELLING A BUSINESS? Let us answer your questions. CALL 645-5558 Foraker &Company, Pa0,. Independent Public Accountants ROBERT V. WITSIL, JR. ATTORNEY AT LAW EVENING AND WEEKEND SETrLEMENTS BY APPOINTMENT 120 SOUTH BEDFORD ST. 420 KEHOBOTH AVE. GEOKGETOWN, DE 19947 KEHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TEL. (302)855-0120 TEL. (302 227-4107 FAX (302)855-0395 Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in these areas ESBA_'s Home & Remodeling Show ! welcomes to our HIGHLIGHTS On-Site Loan Prequalification SATURDAY COOKOUT Sponsored by Lower Shore Enterprises PRIZES! Enter to win our Grand Prize... a GE Washer & Dryer, compliments of E.S. ADKINS COMPANY Hourly Door Prizes Drawn Adndnnion 08.00 (& REMODEMNG SHOW) The newest trends in home decor, building & remodeling! Bring your ideas and talk to the experts! EXHIBITS! Wicomico Youth & Civic Center Friday, October 4th 5 PM - 9 PM Saturday, October 5th 12 PM - 9 PM Sunday, October 6th 12 PM - 5 PM