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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 Harrington BPW to celebrate National BuSiness Women's Week Oct. 20 Harrington Business and Pro- fessional Women will celebrate National Business Women's Week (Oct. 18-22) with a luncheon hon- oring its Woman of the Year, Dawn Elliott, and Employer of the Year, People's Place II. The luncheon will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Harrington House Restau- rant, Liberty Plaza, Harrington. The featured speaker will be Brenda Greene of Clutter Busters in Lewes, who will focus on get- ting organized. The event is open to the public; the cost of $10 in- cludes luncheon, beverage and gratuity. Call Wendy Mears at 424-4438 to reserve a seat or email wmot@dmv.com. Greene has worked as a profes- sional organizer for more than 25 years in the Baltimore/Washing- ton, D.C., area, and most recently, in Sussex County. Her consulting company, Clutter Busters, offers a "gentle but effective" approach to helping clients declutter and or- ganize their homes and business- es. She can be contacted through her website at www.myclutter- busters.cam or by calling 302- 344-6225. National Business Women's Week has been ob- served in October for 76 years. The celebration affords BPW or- ganizations all over the nation as well as the community at large an opportunity to acknowledge the accomplishments of working women. The objectives of the weeklong celebration are trifold: To promote full participation and equity for women in the workplace. To publicize the achievements of business and professional women on the state, local and na- tional levels. To publicize the objectives and programs of BPW/USA as they relate to millions of business and professional women acioss the country. The week is a nationwide saute to working women and is also an opportunity to spotlight issue', of importance to women in the workplace, e The Harrington BPW has ho- sen local businesswoman Dawn Elliott as its 2004 Woman of the Year. Elliott is an immediatepast president of BPW Harringlon; chairperson of ConnectiOns, BPW's signature networling event; and a founder of wOW Nike, BPW/Harrington's organi- zation for young women in teir teen years. / She is presently serving state organization as secretary and is a past fin chair. She is active in the nity as secretary of the Business Association, a Way volunteer and a 4-H She and her husband, Jay, BlueWater Grill donates percentage of sales to BlueWater Grill Managing Partner Scott Kammerer an- nounced Friday., Oct. 8, he would donate 10 percent of all sales gen- erated from his popular Millsboro restaurant to Sussex County Se- nior Services, Inc./CHEER on the following three Tuesdays: Nov. 16; Jan. 18, 2005; and April 19, 2005. The BlueWater Grill, lo- cated at 226 Main St., features varied menu items such as seared ."smoked sea trout, Eastern Shore bouillabaisse and pasta Veracruz  prepared by Joseph Chef Godles- !)ki. Money raised is designated i i for the new senior center, sched- i( uled to open in January 2005 in Long Neck. The CHEER Center at Long Neck, CHEER's largest senior center to date, will replace the Oak Orchard Senior Center. For more information, call velopment 856-5187 or BlueWater Gri Scott Kammerer at 934-5160. *Quick Approvals!* 103% Financin No Income Checkl APR* Lisa Mathena "From Dover to the Dunes" Office; 302-644-8656 Cell: 302-236-6232 psalisa@aol.com "WAGGING -N- WET NOSES" MALLARD POINT Don't miss this opportunity to live in one of Lewes' most desirable communities. 3 BR/2.5 baths. Large rooms, cathedral ceilings, stone Floor to ceiling oversized gas fireplace, large kitchen island, screened porch and deck are just a few of the ammenities that come with this great property. $495,000 HL2017 Bring Joy, laughter and companionship , to the lonely, young, elderly, sick and those rehablilitating. Became a LDTD volunteer an d share your time & pet with thgse who need it most.  CALL HERRING CREEK ESTATES Pristeen 4bdrm/3.5 bath Cape Cod with large rooms throughout. Two master suites, one on the main floor and one on the second, make this floorplan very versatile. A large screened porch and blue stone patio make this private back yard a para- dise. Tile kitchen, utlility, and baths. Ceramic sink and upgraded appli- ances in the kitchen. Irrigation sys- tem. Too many upgrades to mention. $357,900 LINCOLN 3 bedroom/1.5 bath ranch in nice country location but close to schools and shopping. Seller is a Delaware licensed realtor. $124,900 Seaford 3 bedroom/1.5 bath ranch on 10 acres near Seaford. Well main- tained, spacious, private, tranquil. Hardwood floors, central air, newer septic system and roof, three season room & formal dining 302.732.3634 room. $275,000 coowners and operators of At- lantic Telephone and Data Solu- tions Inc. and Utility Audit Group Inc., based in Harrington. Peo- ples' Place II is BPW/Harring- ton's honoree as 2004 Employer of the Year. Peoples' Place was founded in 1972 with the mission of identifying and meeting the hu- man service needs of the residents of Kent and Sussex Counties in order to help people help them- selves to a better way of life. Among the many services provid- ed by Peoples' Place are those di- rectly affecting women and girls. They include the provision of shelters for the victims of domes- tic violence, interventions for bat- terers, mediation and conflict res- olution and foster care for abused and neglected teenage girls. As Employer of the Year, Peoples' Place is particularly lauded for its track record of creating employ- ment and advancement opportu- nities for women. The business, under the guidance of executive director Michael Kerstetter, is headquartered in Milford and pro- vides services throughout Kent and Sussex Counties, with coun- seling centers in both Milton and Dover. Meet:. John Black Iwork @ Prudential fiallo, REALTORS 302-227-6101 800-321-2268 OPEN HOUSE Sat., Oct. 16, 2004 lpm to 3:30pm GREAT HOME NORTH OF MILTON i 27 EAST GREENWING DRIVE, TEAL POINT, MILTON Great home with a terrific wide plank hardwood floor. Over 1800 sq ft of space inside. Great location halfway between Lewes and Milford. Big deck, split master, Office/Den that could be 4th bedroom. $189,900 Directions: From Lewes, gl'. IN to left on liT. 16 to North on Route 5, to Left on Reynolds Pond Road. Teal Point is On Left - Go Straight to back of the Sub Division. Take a Virtual Tour at: http'J/www.prugallo.com/tours/tour.cfm?tour--AddPic2&id=L511526 iiOVU00 II (302) 745-0048 davidlurty@prugallo.com NANCY LURTY (302) 748-0637 www.naneylurty.com @ Prudential G.,,o. REALTORS" (302) 645-6661 (800) 321-3839 @ 50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 Harrington BPW to celebrate National BuSiness Women's Week Oct. 20 Harrington Business and Pro- fessional Women will celebrate National Business Women's Week (Oct. 18-22) with a luncheon hon- oring its Woman of the Year, Dawn Elliott, and Employer of the Year, People's Place II. The luncheon will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Harrington House Restau- rant, Liberty Plaza, Harrington. The featured speaker will be Brenda Greene of Clutter Busters in Lewes, who will focus on get- ting organized. The event is open to the public; the cost of $10 in- cludes luncheon, beverage and gratuity. Call Wendy Mears at 424-4438 to reserve a seat or email wmot@dmv.com. Greene has worked as a profes- sional organizer for more than 25 years in the Baltimore/Washing- ton, D.C., area, and most recently, in Sussex County. Her consulting company, Clutter Busters, offers a "gentle but effective" approach to helping clients declutter and or- ganize their homes and business- es. She can be contacted through her website at www.myclutter- busters.cam or by calling 302- 344-6225. National Business Women's Week has been ob- served in October for 76 years. The celebration affords BPW or- ganizations all over the nation as well as the community at large an opportunity to acknowledge the accomplishments of working women. The objectives of the weeklong celebration are trifold: To promote full participation and equity for women in the workplace. To publicize the achievements of business and professional women on the state, local and na- tional levels. To publicize the objectives and programs of BPW/USA as they relate to millions of business and professional women acioss the country. The week is a nationwide saute to working women and is also an opportunity to spotlight issue', of importance to women in the workplace, e The Harrington BPW has ho- sen local businesswoman Dawn Elliott as its 2004 Woman of the Year. Elliott is an immediatepast president of BPW Harringlon; chairperson of ConnectiOns, BPW's signature networling event; and a founder of wOW Nike, BPW/Harrington's organi- zation for young women in teir teen years. / She is presently serving state organization as secretary and is a past fin chair. She is active in the nity as secretary of the Business Association, a Way volunteer and a 4-H She and her husband, Jay, BlueWater Grill donates percentage of sales to BlueWater Grill Managing Partner Scott Kammerer an- nounced Friday., Oct. 8, he would donate 10 percent of all sales gen- erated from his popular Millsboro restaurant to Sussex County Se- nior Services, Inc./CHEER on the following three Tuesdays: Nov. 16; Jan. 18, 2005; and April 19, 2005. The BlueWater Grill, lo- cated at 226 Main St., features varied menu items such as seared ."smoked sea trout, Eastern Shore bouillabaisse and pasta Veracruz  prepared by Joseph Chef Godles- !)ki. Money raised is designated i i for the new senior center, sched- i( uled to open in January 2005 in Long Neck. The CHEER Center at Long Neck, CHEER's largest senior center to date, will replace the Oak Orchard Senior Center. For more information, call velopment 856-5187 or BlueWater Gri Scott Kammerer at 934-5160. *Quick Approvals!* 103% Financin No Income Checkl APR* Lisa Mathena "From Dover to the Dunes" Office; 302-644-8656 Cell: 302-236-6232 psalisa@aol.com "WAGGING -N- WET NOSES" MALLARD POINT Don't miss this opportunity to live in one of Lewes' most desirable communities. 3 BR/2.5 baths. Large rooms, cathedral ceilings, stone Floor to ceiling oversized gas fireplace, large kitchen island, screened porch and deck are just a few of the ammenities that come with this great property. $495,000 HL2017 Bring Joy, laughter and companionship , to the lonely, young, elderly, sick and those rehablilitating. Became a LDTD volunteer an d share your time & pet with thgse who need it most.  CALL HERRING CREEK ESTATES Pristeen 4bdrm/3.5 bath Cape Cod with large rooms throughout. Two master suites, one on the main floor and one on the second, make this floorplan very versatile. A large screened porch and blue stone patio make this private back yard a para- dise. Tile kitchen, utlility, and baths. Ceramic sink and upgraded appli- ances in the kitchen. Irrigation sys- tem. Too many upgrades to mention. $357,900 LINCOLN 3 bedroom/1.5 bath ranch in nice country location but close to schools and shopping. Seller is a Delaware licensed realtor. $124,900 Seaford 3 bedroom/1.5 bath ranch on 10 acres near Seaford. Well main- tained, spacious, private, tranquil. Hardwood floors, central air, newer septic system and roof, three season room & formal dining 302.732.3634 room. $275,000 coowners and operators of At- lantic Telephone and Data Solu- tions Inc. and Utility Audit Group Inc., based in Harrington. Peo- ples' Place II is BPW/Harring- ton's honoree as 2004 Employer of the Year. Peoples' Place was founded in 1972 with the mission of identifying and meeting the hu- man service needs of the residents of Kent and Sussex Counties in order to help people help them- selves to a better way of life. Among the many services provid- ed by Peoples' Place are those di- rectly affecting women and girls. They include the provision of shelters for the victims of domes- tic violence, interventions for bat- terers, mediation and conflict res- olution and foster care for abused and neglected teenage girls. As Employer of the Year, Peoples' Place is particularly lauded for its track record of creating employ- ment and advancement opportu- nities for women. The business, under the guidance of executive director Michael Kerstetter, is headquartered in Milford and pro- vides services throughout Kent and Sussex Counties, with coun- seling centers in both Milton and Dover. Meet:. John Black Iwork @ Prudential fiallo, REALTORS 302-227-6101 800-321-2268 OPEN HOUSE Sat., Oct. 16, 2004 lpm to 3:30pm GREAT HOME NORTH OF MILTON i 27 EAST GREENWING DRIVE, TEAL POINT, MILTON Great home with a terrific wide plank hardwood floor. Over 1800 sq ft of space inside. Great location halfway between Lewes and Milford. Big deck, split master, Office/Den that could be 4th bedroom. $189,900 Directions: From Lewes, gl'. IN to left on liT. 16 to North on Route 5, to Left on Reynolds Pond Road. Teal Point is On Left - Go Straight to back of the Sub Division. Take a Virtual Tour at: http'J/www.prugallo.com/tours/tour.cfm?tour--AddPic2&id=L511526 iiOVU00 II (302) 745-0048 davidlurty@prugallo.com NANCY LURTY (302) 748-0637 www.naneylurty.com @ Prudential G.,,o. REALTORS" (302) 645-6661 (800) 321-3839 @