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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31, November 6, 1997 r 51 Wellhead protection woJ KSnOp set Nov. 6 in Relhc,both The Delaware Rural Water As- sociation (DRWA) will offer training workshops on the protec- tion of groundwater through well- head protection, for small and rur- al communities that depend on groundwater for their drinking water supplies. Virtually every human activity can result in groundwater pollu- tion. This workshop is designed for those communities for whom groundwater is the primary drink- ing water source. In Sussex County, the one-day Briefly DEC honors employees for years of service The Delaware Electric Cooper- ative recently recognized employ- ees for a collective 240 years in service to the company. Office manager Fay Schockley was honored for 40 years of ser- vice. :: :. Others recognized were Shirley Beauchamp and Julian Woodall, 30 years; Barbar a Pettyjohn, Gary Pusey and Jim Yates, 25 years; H Hastings; 20 years; Paul Bi- !envenue, 15 years; :and Todd Adams, Jim Matlack and Mike Tingle, 10 years. Sussex BPW honored for transition program The Sussex Business and Pro- fessional Women (BPW) was pre- sented with a "Partners in Change" award for its support of the Women in Transition program at Delaware Technical &amp; Commu- nity College in Georgetown. The award is designed to honor those who provide support for dis- workshop will be held on Thurs- day, Nov., 6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Hall, Rehoboth Avenue, Re- hoboth Beach. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. DRWA's objective of the "cen- terpiece" workshop is to familiar- ize everyone involved in wellhead protection with their colleagues and each other's roles, explore ways to work together, and assist local communities on how to de- velop their own wellhead protec- tion plans. BPW, access its internet site at <http://flash.net/~pgran/>. Anyone interested in becoming involved with BPW or who would like to learn more about the orga- nization and its community activi- ties can contact Veronica Szabo at 856-3900. This workshop is open to all and not limited to EPA Regional Ad- ministrator, Department of Health, UST, Rural Development Center, Department of Agricul- ture, Natural Resources Conserva- tion Service and Delaware Geo- logical Survey. DRWA's objective of the "areawide" workshop is to pro- mote awareness of groundwater and wellhead protection in provid- ing specific information on how to develop and implement a well- head protection program. The seminar will inform and educate small community decision-makers and others who will target and build interest beyond those attend- ing the workshop. The workshop is open to board members, clerks, county officials, operators and managers, zoning commission members, local health depart- ments, well drillers and any other interested individuals. Because breakfast and lunch will be provided, preregistration is required to obtain an accurate at- tendance count. For more information, contact Jigar Patel, Delaware Rural Water Association, 302-398-9633. I The Beaoh!l Looking For A Place Close To ...... : .... Come to ::! Browseabout hosts book club Nov. 2 There are seiraipcming events at Browseabout including the book dub,,which next meets on Sunday, Nov,-2, it ;4-p:m. tO discuss "Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold" by C.S. Lewis. For rmore information, contact Browseabout at 226-2665. Long & Foster announces top sales associates Joann Hollingsworth, manager of the Rehoboth Beach Long & Foster office, announced that Ethel Lewis was top producer and Frank Pizzo was top seller in Sep- tember. Lewis and Pizzo tied for top lister, while Bill Harron was the agent with the most new list- ings. Marie Cahill, manager of the Bethany Long & Foster office, an- nounced that Gall Lekites was top Pnrt/aU) ThePrudent,al(/00 Gallo Realty I 1322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 ] placed homemakers, single moth- producer, top lister and top seller. ers and other women in transition. Martha Lowe had the most new To learn more about Sussex listings. I Subscribe to the Cape Gazette - 645-7700 I OFFIOE OffN ttOII8t l The3 12's in Real Estate, I REFRESHMENTS" DOOR PRIZES I  I List with I Stop m and check oat  Cdr/,  L I [ OU at I our new Rental Wing. . ", ,5T. "  [] LlnOO'S [ We re expandmg.to handle   RehobothCharles701KingAvenUeaeact. Ill our ever growing mventory! _ , .. " ,rJ_. Stately, year-round I -- Come and joinus -- ,,,[' !|1 home with all the mod- I 7'==' south room, em amenities in old I ceramic Rehoboth. 3 full tile, baths family 4 with bed- Ill 10:00 a.m.- 4.00 p.m.  room (or 5th bedroom), | 702 REHOBOTH AVENUE  I \\; central air, hardwood I floors throughout, brick I REHOBOTH BEACH, DE r , fireplace and more!!! I .-_..r