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HISTORIC LEWES OPEN HOUSE! 50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary thanks bank Bill Taylor, president of the Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary Club, is shown presenting a certificate to Lynda Messick, president of Delaware National Bank, in appreciation for the major support her company gave to the club's first "Rotary Rally" bicycling tour on May 3. Despite heavy wind and rain that Saturday, those who par- ticipated had a wonderful experience, largely because Delaware National Bank provided money for refreshments and souvenir T-shirts. The event's chairman, Carl Mauschauer, reported that the goals - to have a good time and to raise money for local charities - were met far beyond ex- pectations for a first event of this type. Anyone interested in more details on Rotary or the bike tour should contact Taylor at 855-2100. Manufactured Housing Institute to hold annual meeting Nov, 6 The First State Manufactured Housing Institute has announced that Terrence M. Decio, se- nior execu- tive vice pres- ident of mar- keting and sales. Skyline Corporation, will be the featured guest speaker at their annual DECIO meeting, scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 6. members of the manufactured housing industry in Delaware and the region. Delaware National hosts children's program Nov. 15 Delaware National Bank, in partnership with VISA, will spon- sor, "Read Me a Story," programs at all Delaware National Bank branch offices in November. Cos- tumed characters will read from the best loved children's literature as part of VISA's program to en- courage children's literacy. From Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, every time a VISA card purchase is made, VISA will make a dona- tion to Reading Is Fundamental, a nonprofit children's literacy orga- nization dedicated to respiring children to read. VISA has guar- anteed a $1 million contribution to the organization and banks like Delaware National Bank are pro- viding readings, gifts and refresh- ments as a way of encouraging both children and their parents to read. All six Delaware National Bank branches will host ",Read Me A Story" programs beginning on Saturday, Nov. 8, at 9 a.m. at the Georgetown, Laurel, Fenwick Is- land and Millsboro branches and on Satuiday, Nov. 15, at 9 a.m: at the Rehoboth and Ocean View branch offices. Everyone is wel- come. For more information, call Delaware National Bank Cus- tomer Service at 855-2401. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. in the fourth-floor Diamond Lounge, Dover Downs Raceway & Casino, Dover. Skyline Corporation, headquar- tered in Elkhart, Ind., is one of the nation's leading producers of manufactured housing and recre- ational vehicles, with manufactur- ing facilities located throughout the United States and with annual sales in excess of $600 million. Decio is a graduate of LaLu- miere School and Indiana Univer- sity. He began his career with Sky- line in 1973, and was elected to the board of directors in 1989. Decio's comments will include a brief history of the growth of manufactured housing industry, the Skyline Corporation, a discus- sion of current industry issues, challenges and trends, and a glimpse of Skyline's corporate vi- sion for the manufactured housing industry into tile Zfst century. The First State Manufactured Housing Institute is the profes- sional trade and advocacy associa- tion representing the interests of V ( ::: [ RUSS PALMER BUILDERS Fw. m _ .od., .ores -- :..=.i ' i!iii: ..... Onl $ Y 124,900 '- (on your lot) CEsITGNMS  NsTRTOMucTION Call today! 1310 Kings Hwy, Lewes 645- 1665 Sat., Nov. 1 & Sun., Nov. 2 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 208 W. 3rd. St., Lewes 5 BEDROOMS 4 FIREPLACES IN-GROUND POOL LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES A uniquely restored house. Hostess: Marguerite Codi .ll',m',t (302) 645-2881 645-7386 80 Kings Hwy. Lewes, DE 800-800-4129 Want to Imow more about your community? Subscribe today. Call 645-7700 THE TEAM TO HANDLE ALL OF YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS BED & BREAKFAST OR SiX BEDROOM SINGLE FAMILY HOME REHOBOTH BEACH GARDENS Complete with community pool and tennis court. Centrally located to shopping and beaches, boardwalk and activities. This 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA townhome would make a great year-round home or vacation get-away. AFFORDABLE AT: $92,500 Contemporary /ictorian in City Limits of Historic Lewes. Original structure from 1900, vastly remodeled with a large new addition. Baty views and only a short walk to the town center of Lewes. Great floor plan for Bed & Breakfast or Single Family Home. Asking $299,000 Please call for an appointment or further details. NEW LISTINGS 3 Building Lots Mill Pond Acres ASKING $21,500 each. Please call for information. ROW L Eg,,oa ASSOC|ATES ' ........ : betterway" REALTY, IN Rehoboth Beach - Bethany Beach, Delaware National Listing System 302-227-613i* 800 242-4213 e-mail at Member Broker DEVELOPERS RENTALS SALES 4129 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 P.O. Drawer C, N. Pennsylania Avenue at Route One ny Beach, Delaware 19930 I