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52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 Sussex YMCA urges businesses to get involved in Campaign for Kids Benefit golf tourneys set for adults, kids Oct, 12, 13 in resort The Campaign for Kids strives to build strong kids. families and communities and is the annual fundraising eft'ort to provide assis- tance to Sussex Family YMCA programs. Jim Rasa. chairman of the cam- paign, told businesspeople gath- ered at the Sea Grille for a wine and cheese party Oct. 7 that the Y' serves as a builder of "'stepping stones for those who can't do it for themselves." He stressed that while many people have the re- sources to take advantage of the many and varied programs and services, others can't participate Mill Outlet Continued from page 48 spring comes, and property own- ers come in to dress their rental homes and apartments. Following the calendar, she said late summer brings back-to- school shopping and then, it's time to shop for the holidays. The Mill Outlet has the first selection of Christmas items on display now. Your Link To The Beach STUNNING SPACIOUS CONTEMPORARY,,, Two story on the Holland Glade. Water front views to delight, adjacent to Glade common area and gazebo. Beautifully designed. Call Angle today! $315,000. (LFRB#307) SEA AIR... Outstanding 1994 28'x60' mobile with ultra modern kitchen, family room with fireplace, 3 BR, 2 BA plus more. Close to outlets, ocean, restaurants. $66,000. Call Jane O'Malley. (LFRB#310) /'or lack of financial resources. "'We don't turn anyone away - if a child wants to play soccer, he or she is ,,oin,, to play. The Y' cares," Rasa added, as he asked the attendees for three things: their time in contacting other members of the community in an effort to reach the $70,000 goal; their efforts to tell members what an important role the YMCA plays in the community; and use of their special talents in further- ing the goal and the treasure - money for the children in need. Each year, more and more de- mand is placed on the YMCA's reserves to support children, fami- lies and other local agencies with programs and services. More than $150,000 will be distributed this year for child care and preschool scholarships, family memberships "The beach towels that were on display had to make way for the Christmas section," Colburn said. "We always like to have a Christ- mas selection of ornaments, place mats, candles and things. Now, we just have more room for it all." The larger space allows for dis- play of the small accent furniture, giftware, bathroom and bedroom ensembles that fill out the Mill Outlet's inventory. Soaps, can- dles, potpourri, picture frames and rugs, many in colors and motifs to create a coordinated room, CLEARED LOT... Zoned for mobile or modular home. In a rural community near the beaches. $17,700. Call Bill Harron. (LFRB#315) BROADKILL BEACH 100' x 100' lot on Alabama Avenue border Prime Hook Refuge. A nature lover's paradise. Drive to the tourist congestion only if you want to. Only $42,000. Ask for Frank. (LFRB#9519) and programs. Rasa went on to urge bu;inesses to contact the Y' and reserve ta- bles for the culmination of the campaign. Contributors of $125 or more will have the opportunity to participate in the celebration dinner and private reception on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the BayCen- ter in Dewey Beach. Guest speak- er will be Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson. Following a "kids only" appear- ance at the Y' at 5 p.m., a recep- tion follows at Crabber's Cove for Century Club members and cor- porate sponsors at 6 p.m., and then upstairs for dinner. Century Club members may bring a guest to dinner for $30 and, in an effort to recognize Y volunteers and cam- paign solicitors, the staff is mak- ing every effort to accommodate whether it is the bedroom, bath or dining room. "One thing that our customers have learned is that anyone who works here knows the business and can answer their questions and give them some guidance," Colburn said. "At first, when we had younger employees, cus- tomers would come in and look around for someone who was old- er; now they know, everyone here has been with us for a while, and they know what they are talking about." A GREAT BUY... 4 BR, 2 full BA modular in fee with large 2 sto- ry addition. Walk in closets in all bedrooms located in rural community close to beaches. $74,000. (LFRB#314) A MUST SEE... This 4 BR, 2 full BA mobile with large family room addition, fully furnished, central air, close to beaches. $27,800. Call Bill Harron.(LFRB #313) them during the dinner as well. Businesses may sponsor a table at $500 and receive four passes to the reception and dinner, as well as have their table noted with the Continued on page 53 i ROBERT V. WITSIL, JR. -At -Law CIVIL, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING i Accidents & Personal Injury . 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ONE OF A KIND Lewes Beach bayfront "pent- house" condo on 4 floors with a private elevator to move you about. Cathedral ceilings, fire- place, hardwood floors, 3 or 4 BR and 3 1/2 BA are only a few fea- tures. Master BR has a wet bar and stack washer/dryer. Bay views from living room, great room, dining room area, master BR and a fantastic view from the top deck]patio. A MUST SEEr $650,000.