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38 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette PEACE. QUIET. COOL. Fall at the Delaware beach is a sublime experience. Azure skies, tranquil beaches, and unique festivals are all yours to enjoy when you have a McKee home at Friendship Creek! FriendshipCreek.McKeeBuilders.com • 302-786-7211 • 133 Luxury townhomes from the mid $300’s • Personalizable floorplans • Community pool & dog park • Near Bethany Beach, DE Come visit us today! The beach is refreshingly different after Labor Day. BEST PRICED NEW TOWNHOME IN BETHANY BEACH AREA! By Ryan Mavity ryanm@capegazette.com Checks were presented to three Milton-based organiza- tions from money raised at the Dog Days of Summer festival. Organizers Annette Babich and Mal Meehan, owners of Inn The Doghouse on Chest- nut Street, presented three checks for $2,750 each to Dog- gone Happy Animal Rescue, Milton Community Food Pantry and Milton Fire De- partment. Dog Days of Summer festival raises more than $8,000 Checks presented to 3 organizations RYAN MAVITY PHOTOS REPRESENTING DOGGONE HAPPY ANIMAL RESCUE is Shawn McDonnell, center. The rescue brought 10 dogs to the festival and all 10 were adopted to new homes. He is flanked by Annette Babich and Mal Meehan. Presenting the check to Milton Community Food Pantry President Donna Murawski, center, are Mal Meehan, left, and Annette Babich. The Dog Days of Summer festival collected 650 pounds of food and $900 worth of groceries for the pantry. The third organization receiving funds raised at the Dog Days of Summer was Milton Fire Department. Taking part in the check presentation are (l-r) Mal Meehan, Fire Chief Johnny Hopkins and Annette Babich.