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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 Sussex business, education confab set The 1997 Sussex County Busi- ness and Education Conference will be held Thursday, Oct. 30, from 7:30 a.m. to noon at the Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Jack F. Owens Cam- pus. The conference, in its fourth year, has been organized by busi- ness, education, and government leaders to address the challenges facing Delaware's fastest growing county. This conference has gained the support of the Sussex County leg- islators who will attend to gather information on the issues facing the Sussex County business com- munity. Those in attendance at a recent planning meeting were Represen- tatives Tina Fallon (R-Seaford), Ben Ewing (R-Bridgeville), John Schroeder (D-Lewes), Charles West (D-Gumboro), and Senators George Howard Bunting (D- Bethany Beach), Robert Venables (D-Laurel), and Robert Voshell (D-Milford). Featured speakers at this year's conference are John F. Riley from the Delaware Economic Develop- ment Office, and Iris T. Metts, Secretary of Education. The con- ference offers a unique opportuni-. ty for anyone interested in Sussex County to participate in a dialogue with business owners, community leaders, state legislators and edu- cators. The conference fee is $15. For information or to register, call Delaware Tech at 855-1600, Ext. 962. JACK LINGO Lou Cristaldi , 227-3883 REALTOR 227-2988 Home Better Business Bureau gets national recognition The Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Delaware, Inc. was rec- ognized by its national organiza- tion at its September national meeting as achieving all standards and requirements of a triennial evaluation for a BBB that fully serves businesses and consumers. The Council of Better Business Bureaus, the umbrella organiza- tion for the 135 BBBs in the Unit- ed States, evaluates the programs and operations of its member, nonprofit organizations every three years against 21 operating standards and other policies. Your Link To The Beach Breakthrough Continued from page 51 ing from congestion, allergies, shortness of breath, fatigue, in- flammation or irritation in the eyes, ears, nose and throat. The school district spent con- siderable money trying to solve the problem, he said. The district went so far as to tear walls down and dig beneath the school to see if it had been built on contaminat- ed soil. Nothing worked. People continued to be ill. "They tried The standardized program in- cludes examination of consumer complaint handling, finances, training, business reporting and standards of business member- ship. Prudential Gallo sweeps company sales honors Prudential Gallo agents took the top three Sales Awards for Delaware Prudential af- filiates in the second quar- ter this year. National WILKINSON recognition is given to the top three agents in each of the 50 states for each quar- ter of the year who excel in their respective states for "Gross Com- pany Income Earned," and "Total Number of Units Sold and Set- tled." Second-quarter honors went to top-seller Lee Ann Wilkinson in both categories, next-highest sell- er Kathy Engel in both categories and third-highest seller Norman Price in both categories. Sussex Realtors set benefit auction Oct. 23 The Sussex County Association of Realtors is sponsoring its annu- al auction to benefit the needy children of Sussex County on Thursday, Oct. 23 at the BayCen- ter, Dewey Beach. The auction will be held from 6:30 to 11 p.m., and the public is welcome to at- tend. The cost, $20 per person, in- cludes heavy hors d'oeuvres and one drink. Contact the Sussex County Association of Realtors, 855-2300, by Oct. 20 for reserva- tions. He will oversee all five Boys and Girls Clubs in both Kent and Sussex Counties. Edgerton previously served as a Youth Rehabilitative Services counselor for juvenile delinquents and their families at Children and Families First. Prior to that, she was employed by the Lake Forest school district as a Parent Educa- tor for four years. Edgerton, a graduate of Cape Hen- iopen High School, earned a bachelor's degree in psy- chology/soci- EDGERTON ology from the University of Dela-ware and a master's degree in educational counseling from Wilmington Col- lege. She and her four-year-old daughter, Hayden, reside in Mil- ton. Gunnin has more than 20 years'experience with the Boys & Girls Clubs. He began his career with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, then went on to be execu- tive director of the Boys and Girls Club in High Point, N.C. Gunnin graduated from High Point University with a major in business and economics. He and his wife, Mary Jo, plan to relocate to Kent or Sussex County and Boys & Girls Club announces new staff Maria Edgerton has been named unit director of the Greater Mil- ford Boys & Girls Club. Edgerton will be responsible for club opera- tions, staff supervision and unit board relations. She will also serve as a positive role model for club members. L. Patrick Gunnin also recently joined the Boys & Gifts Clubs of Delaware as assistant executive director of operations for Kent and Sussex counties. everything. Some teachers even quit their jobs," said Roberts. "Then, they installed it at Christmas without telling any- body. When the teachers came back, the response was impres- sive," said Roberts. "This tech- nology is on the cutting edge." Anyone interested in learning more about the product or in hav- ing Ultra Violet installed, may call Roberts at Custom Mechanical, Inc., 302-539-5177 or 1-800-233- 5177. The company is offering a fall special and will install the unit for $599. play an active role in their com- munity. Ocean Travers Carey attends Caribbean tour Michele Carey of Ocean Travel in Rehoboth Beach recently re- turned from a two-island Caribbean tour hosted by Air Ja- maica, Sandals and the Barbados Tourist Board. The group visited several San- dals properties in Montego Bay, 110 JERSEY STREET... EASY FLOWING FLOOR PLAN... Great second home or investment property in throughout this charming 3 BR, 2 BA home. quiet area of Dewey Beach. This home boasts View the lush landscaping through pretty pic- 3 BR, screen porch, fireplace, large deck and ture windows. Formal living room with brick a private back yard. 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