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74 - CAPE GAZETFE, Friday, Nov. 8 ' Nov. 14, 2002 Stbucks opens on Route 1 Seattle-based Starbucks, a leading retailer of specialty brand coffee, opened its first store in Rehoboth Beach Nov. 2. In addition to brewed coffee, the store offers blended drinks along with a large assortment of teas, according to store Manager Nick Abish. Food items include scones, muffins, pastries, cakes and chocolates. Whole bean coffees, cups, mugs and custom cre- ated espresso machines are also available for purchase. The store has teamed with CAMP Rehoboth as part of its commu- nity outreach. "CAMP Rehoboth has the same social pillars as Starbucks, and we're proud to be a part of such a program," said Larry Broome, Starbucks district manager. CAMP Rehoboth ac- cepted a $500 check from the store during the opening cere- mony. Starbucks is adjacent to Pier 1 Imports on Highway One. Store hours are 6 a.m. o 9:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday; from 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and from 7 a.m.- 8 p.m., Sunday. Shown celebrating the store's ceremonial first pour are fi- r) Dayna Quillen of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Cham- ber of Commerce; Madeline Mulcahey, Starbucks regional di- rector;, Broome; Abish; Janice Mann, chamber member;, and Steve Elkins, CAMP Rehoboth executive director. Andrew Keegan photo Seminar helps employers deal with stress HealthWorks, Bayhealth's oc- cupational health program, to- gether with the Mental Health As- sociation in Delaware and the St. Jones Center for Behavioral Health, will offer free Meeting of the Minds seminars during the month of November. Paul Galonsky, Mental Health Association in Delaware senior communitY educator, will present a lecture on recognizing stress, depression and anx!etY disorders; evaluating short and long-term confidentialitY issues; training su- pervisors to be sensitive to mental disorders and inl;cgrating cost-ef- fective mental health benefits. The seminar, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., with registration be- ginning at 8:10 a.m. wil be of- fered twice: Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Milford Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Conference Room; and Thursday, Nov. 14 at St. Jones Center for Behavioral Health, 725 Horse- pond Road, Dover. Complimentary muffins, bagels, juice and coffee will be provided. Seating is limited, so preregister by calling 302-744- 7012. Sussex Tech offers class in beginners welding Sussex Tech's Adult Division will offer a 72-hour welding course beginning Jan. 16. The course, geared toward be- ginners, will be held on the Sus- sex Tech campus in Georgetown.. Students will learn stick, gas, MIG and TIG welding. The course will feature one-on- one guidance from an experi- enced instructor. Enrollment is limited. For more information, call Sussex Tech at 856-9035 or visit www.SussexTechTraining.net. tl The Keys are mmmq t0 Reh0b0th! Introducing the Keys of Marsh Harbor, a spectacular new beach community where you'll enjoy the spirit ofthe Florida Keys combined with a wealth of special amenities: clubhouse, swimming pool tennis courts, beautifully landscaped grounts with two large ponds, abundant open space, and fountains to name but a few, Select from three- and four- bedroom twin cabanas, each of which comes standard with all the luxurious fea- tares designed to enhance your style of living. For Information on how you can lake advantage of this "ground-floor" opportunity, call 302-227-6661. "ie'O trom "' hlgh +Z90S So.Shore Marina TOWNHOME$ Peat00 and quiet 0n the Indian River Inlet. Imagine, unintenupted views of Indian River Inlet and the bayt That's just one of the many features of this private, gated-entry community. There's also a swimming pool, tennis court, the beach, and unhn- peded deepwater access to the inlet, bay and ocean. Plus 2400 sq. ft. of living space which includes 3 bedroom suites, each with its own full bath. You must see! For Information, please call Franny Robing direct at 302-541-5742 Located Just off Route I at Indlian River Intat. =ead'rem" m'd $/.IOOS Alimi00 mnberot s00le,fmi.Iy houm offehm the ulmost iil livim! The Estates of Sea Chase offers a style of living rarely found in the Rehoboth Beach area. In addition to its close location to the beach, these charming 3- and 4.bedroom single-family homes offer an abundance of living, enter- raining and storage space. The features are many: bright, airy floor plans; 2-car garages, impressive master bedroom on the ft floor, gas heat and a community pool, South on RI. 1, make first right past Rt. 24 (Old Landing Road). Turn left at Walmarl and proceed to the Stonowood Chase Sale Center. For information, pleace call Dill Shields 302-227-6661. Priced trom the low iZO OS mdedmt Visit our now sales modal homo hohind Super Giant oft Routes I and 270A. For information, call Anthony Michael Kulp at 302-226-3640. Priced tromthe high sZO 0 s A lake, an island, a fabulous new resort (ommnity all rolled up into end Introducing The Palms of Rehoboth, a new community of exquisite condominiums located minutes from the beach. There's so much to enjoy: the exotic atmosphere " of a lake with an island where you'll find an inviting swimming pool; wonderfully spacious floor plans with two or three large bedrooms; plus screened decks and patios where you can enjoy the ocean :breezes. Located just off Route 1, 1/2-mile north of the entrance to Rehoboth Beach. For complete information, visit our sales center lit 4323A Coastal Highway, or sail 302-226-7535. =.,,,o.,= +180s