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86 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, October 8 - October 14, 1993 DeVries BPW names woman, employer of year The DeVries Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club honored its Woman of the Year and Employer of the Year at a dinner Tuesday, Oct. 5 at the Lamp Post Restaurant, Midway. Marie Schmidt of Lewes, who has served in numerous capacities for the BPW since 1979, joined the local organization in 1985 when she moved here from the Rockville, Md. area. Having served two terms as president in Maryland, she did the same for the resort club, and now serves as treasurer. On the state level she served as recording secretary and second vice president. Her primary objective is to fos- ter higher visibility for the DeVries Club in this area. Marie, who has extensive knowledge of accounting and computers, recent- ly ended her tenure as secretary for St. Edmond's Catholic Parish and is actively interested in resuming her career in accounting. During the presentation she received a commendation from the Delaware State Legislature for her years of work for the organi- zation. Named as Employer of the Year was Carlyse Giddins, Aetna Health Plans Claim Office manag- er, who was praised for her sensi- tivity toward the special needs and problems of female workers. It was noted that her policies con- cerning work scheduling, materni- ty leave and child care are among the most far-reaching in the area. Both Schmidt and Giddins will ga on to represent the local chap- ter for statewide Woman of the Year and Employer of the Year honors. The Business and Professional Tourism Continued from page 85 Cindy Small, presently public relations director for Beebe Med- ical Center, was named to that post last month. Her responsibilities will include long term marketing, attending trade shows and setting up promo- tional packages. She will also be heading up advertising campaigns in publications and on radio sta- tions that are within the markets from which the area is trying to attract overnight visitors for vari- ous events. Small wil take over the post on November 1. In the past, the Rehoboth- Dewey Chamber received 60 per- Tdsh Vernon photo Marie Schmidt of Lewes (left) and Carlyse Giddins of Kent County (right) accept honors as Woman of the Year and Employer of the Year respectively from Connie Rickards, last year's state Woman of the Year, during the DeVries Business and Professional Women's Club dinner Oct. 6 at the Lamp Post RestaurmzL Women's Club will celebrate its 75th anniversary this year, having been instituted in 1919. National Business Woman's Week will be celebrated October 17-23 with a dinner in Scaford. For information on the DeVries BPW Club call 645-0775. Meet- ings are held the first Tuesday of each month at the Lamp Post Restaurant at 6:30 p.m. cent of the funds earmarked for promotion in that particular area. In order to help support the staffing of the commission and opening of an office at Delaware Tech in Georgetown, the resort chamber will now receive 55, per- cent. The office will be given free of charge for the t'Lrst year. Translated, in the past that fig- ure was $90,000. Now it will be $82,000. However, Wheatley noted that if the executive directorship works as planned, tourism will increase, along with the revenue generated by the motel room tax. Only $59,350 per year is being alotted by the commission to pay for the director's position, office, etc. and the local chambers will be relieved of some current projects they must deal with. New physicians join Beebe family health network The addition of two physicians tO the Beebe Medical Center's Family Health Center network is making health care more readily available in two Sussex County communities. In Georgetown, Dr. Jeung Sob.n, whose practice is located at 310 North DuPont Highway, joined the network on Monday, Oct. 4. An established member of the Georgetown community, Dr. Solm will now be able to give his patients the added support and administrative services of one of the region's most progressive medical centers to his practice. Dr. Sohn's office telephone num- ber is 856-3596. Dr. Theresa P. Little began her practice at the Millsboro Family Health Center on Monday, Oct. 4. Patients will now not only have the services of an additional fami- ly practitioner, but also expanded hours in which to schedule appointments. Dr. Little, who is board-certified in family medi- cine, joins Drs, Rama Peri and Joseph Black at the Center on 230 Mitchell St. With the addition to the staff, the Millshoro Center will expand its hours of operation, remaining open two evenings a week and on Saturday mornings. The phone number is 934-1614. ....... j, ........ i ...... JUST LISTED Established business with high traffic visibility. Southbound Rt. 1. Fixtures 8 building like new. Excellent income with potential for more. Call Joy. (72-Q) PmCE REDUCTION 2BR, 1 custom home in Sea Air Mobile Home Park. Excellent condition, central air, furnished. $21,900. Call Bruce Plummer, 645-2881. (293-K) d 3 "A" THE PLANTATIONS 3BflI2BA mint condition. Indoor/outdoor tennis, 2 pools, fitness center. Luxury clubhouse 24 hr. securiW. $119,900. Cell Ron CraM. (94-B) THREE BEDROOM 1 Beth mobile. Water, sewer maintenance fees incl. in ground rent. Purchaser, new lease to be approved by landlords. $19,000. Ask for Joy Heam. 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