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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sussex candidates to address chamber Oct. 7 The general membership meet- ing of the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce will be held at noon, Wednesday, Oct. 7, at Kings Creek Country Club. The cost of the lunch is $7.50, which includes gratuity, and will be collected at the entrance to the dining room. The meeting will include a face off between Sussex County Coun- cil candidates George Cole, the Republican incumbent, and his Democratic challenger, Dewey Beach Mayor Bob Frederick. Also scheduled to be present is Janet Rzewnicki, the Republican incumbent for state treasurer. The general election is Nov. 3. For more information, call Karen at 227-2233, Ext. 16. Pick's Fitness Center celebrates first year Rick's Fitness and Health cele- brates an anniversary with-the ad- dition of new services and equip- ment. Thursday, Oct. 1, marked one year since the health and exer- cise business opened in down- town Milton. Owner Rick Moore and manag- er David DeLuca report that mem- bership has continued to grow throughout the first year of the business. They recently added three new pieces of cardiovascu- lar equipment and have started an aerobics class led by a certified in; structor. October 2 - October 8, 1998 Moore said, "Our personal training business has been excep- tionally strong and we added the new cardiovascular equipment to keep up with the demand. We now also offer aerobics classes one night a week?' Bill Reed, American Fitness Professionals Association certi- fied aerobics instructor, leads a class on Tuesdays, 7 - 8 p.m., in the Milton Fire Hall, second floor. The 10-session class opens Tues- day, Oct. 6, and continues through Dec. 8. The fee for fitness center members is $30; $4 per individual class for members and $5 per class for nonmembers. To register or for information on membership and center ser- vices, call 684-3669. Rick's Fit- ness & Health is located at 107- 109 Federal St., downtown Mil- ton. Malone, Smookler, Lewis join Keller W'dliams Keller Williams Realty in Ocean City, Md., has announced the addition of its newest partners, Ginnia Malone, Alisann Smookler and Ken Lewis. Malone, a graduate of Salisbury State University, was previously a teacher at Salisbury School and Bennett Junior High School in Salisbury. Smookler has been with Keller Williams since 1993 at its Las Ve- gas office. Lewis graduated with a bache- lor of science degree from the University of Delaware and from Georgetown Law School in Delaware. He spent 40 years prac- ticing law, dealing mainly in real estate transactions. His accom- plishments include serving as deputy attorney general for Delaware, city solicitor for the City of Newark and attorney for the Newark Planning Commis- sion. He is also involved with civic and community activities, having served as a legal aid attor- ney, attorney for the Newark Housing for Senior Citizens and as a captain in the Delaware Na- tional Guard. Malone, Smookler and Lewis can be reached at 410-524-7000. Long-term care topic of Edward Jones broadcast Anthony Egeln of Edward Jones will host a live satellite broadcast on Wednesday, Oct. 7, on the topic of long-term care. During the broadcast a panel of experts will discuss four key is- sues: who needs long-term care insurance, what's covered under Medicare and Medicaid, what to look for in a policy, and what are the tax and legislation issues. "We want to protect our cus- tomers' hard-earned savings against unexpected risk," Egeln said. "Long-term care insurance is an affordable way to protect your savings from the financial burden of a long-term illness or nursing home stay." For more information or to re- serve a seat, contact Egeln at 645- 7710. Artesian Water celebrates Customer Service Week Artesian Water Company will honor its customers during Na- tional Customer Service Week, Oct. 5-9, with a celebration called "Star-Studded Service." The event will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday Oct. 5, through Friday, Oct. 9, in the lob- by of Artesian Water's headquar- ters on Churchman's Road in Newark. The company will distribute free water audit kits, which in- clude educational materials, a toi- let tank displacement device that lowers water consumption and dye tabs customers can use to check for leaks. Other giveaways include water spigot conservation devices, col- oring books for kids, pens, stick- ers, sponges and more. Read Selections From The Cape Gazette On-Line www, !:!ii It's Like Being on Vacation 365 Days a Year. A planned community of .f'X.single family homes in a beautiful and serene setting only a few minutes from Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. 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