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T "-  " -' ....... ' Submitted photo KSI presents employment program awards T.J. Maxx of Dover and the Oil Spot Express Lube of Seaford received recognition from Kent-Sussex Industries Inc. at its ninth annual business appreciation awards breakfast held recently at Shawnee Country Club in Milford. KSI, a vocational rehabilitation organization providing employment and training to ap- proximately 250 individuals with disabilities per year, is dedicated to providing employment opportunities. 4n i Supported Employment Program, KSI matches the needs of employers with the abilities ofjobcandidates. Once the employer hires the candidate, KSI provides on- going support to the employee:to ensure success. In addition to a'laquepresehtedby KSI, T.J. Maxx and the Oil Spot Express Lube also re- ceived a Senate tribute sponsored by Sen. Gary Simpson, R-Milford, and House tribute from Rep. George Carey, R-Slaughter Neck. Celebrating the recognition are (l-r) Simpson; Dehbie Billings of T.J. Maxx; Craig Crouch, KSI executive vice president; Pat Cbngro of the Oil Spot Express Lube; Jayson Crouch, KSI vice president of operations; Jeff Larrimore of the Oil Spot Express Lube; and Carey. I Business After Hours is Nov. 21 at Ann Marie's Ann Marie's Seafood & Italian Restaurant will host Business Af- ter Hours for the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21. For details, call the chamber at 227-2233, Ext. 12. ings, $2,290,000; net sales bene- fits, $4,325,000; improvement in- vestments, $9,462,000; and net in- crease in manufacturing jobs, 121. Because each manufacturing job creates an average of three po- sitions in related economic sec- tors, DEMEP claims it helped re- tain or create 540 jobs and $20.8 million in employee wages. Refrigerant certification available at Sussex Tech A seminar for refrigerant recov- ery certification and testing will be available in December at Sus- : sex Tech in Georgetown. The course provides what is needed to become certified or to retest in one area to expand an existing certification. The course is pre- sented in cooperation with the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. For more information, call 856-9035 or visit www.Sus- sexTechTraining.net. DEMEP creates jobs; sales and savings up The Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership (DEMEP) clients are bucking the job loss trend experienced by national and local manufacturing sectors. A summary of the federal survey da- ta collected from April I, 2000, to March 31, 2001, indicates 34 DE- MEP clients reaped the following benefits: production and cost sav- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 8 - Nov. 14, 2002 - 81 Guradian Life Insurance'offers scholarships for financially savvy girls The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America has announced its 2002-03 Girls Going Places College Scholarship Program, a nation- al competition designed to recognize and rewards teenage girls who demonstrate e:-ceptional entrepreneurship. Guardian designed the annual program to help women create, invest. and protect wealth by honoring girls between the ages of 12 and 16 who are taking the first steps toward financial independence. Guardian and Girls Going Places will award 15 girls a total of $30,000 to be used toward their college education. Three top scholarship prizes of $10,000, $5,000 and $3,000 and 12 finalist prizes of $1,000 each will be awarded. Adults may nominate girls who could be their daughters, nieces, neighbors or students by submitting an essay on why the nominee de- serves a Girls Going Places Award. Nominees should: demonstrate entrepreneurship and/or financial acumen; have taken the first steps toward financial independence: make a difference in their school, community, or in other people's lives: and show potential for future success. For complete program information and nomination procedures, see the Guardian Life Insurance website, www.glic.com. The deadline is March 3, 2003. BY -: Dick Ennis, Inc.  Order today and be in your home in 5 weeks! Home/Lot Packages Available RanChers, Cape Cods, Two Story Modular Homes Custom Plans Available Avis America, Simplex & Superior ROUTE 24 & ANGOLA ROAD Don't monkey around! Subscribe to the Cape Gazette today! Call Kandy at 645-7700 All New Downtown Rehoboth Beach Walk to the Beach, Shopping & Restaurants Convenient to the Beach and Downtown 3, 4, or 5 bedroom combinaUonunits with 4 baths, hardwood & tile flooring, granite countertops, 2-car garages and private courtyards. Ju, Many upgrades included. CoIl for pre-constnuction pricing and a brochure. 317 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (302) 227-4800 Office (302) 226-4102 Direct Line capegazette. corn WILLIAM "B.J" MITCHELL