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2  oml,n,ago9. 302 Submitted photo Baker named Business Woman of Month Irene Baker, the banquet manager for La La Land, a fine restaurant on Wilmington Avenue, has been named the Re- hoboth Beach Business Woman of the Month for November 2002. Members of the Rehoboth Beach Business Women not- ed that Baker works very hard and always has an uplifting. attitude. For more information about the organization, visit www.rehobothbeachwomeninbusiness.com Musical Kids Clothes Store opening in Outlets Center Rehoboth Outlets, known for its excellent tenant mix and shopping convenience, has announced the grand opening of Musical Kids Clothes Store, located in Center 3 on Friday, Nov. 15. On grand opening day, there will be raffle giveaways, face painting, free hot dogs, soda and chips, and a clown. Musical Kid Clothes Stores fea- ture a playful line of musical clothes, which are made right in the store. They have all the favorite child- hood songs such as "You Are My Sunshine," "Old McDonald," and more, and can also personalize outfits purchased. The store will also carry toys, interactive books, personalized gifts and other unique items. This is the second retail location;, the first store is located in Madeira Beach, Fla. Shoppers can visit the online store at www.musi- calkidsclothes.com for more in- formation. Cash paid for: ESTATES FURNITURE Used & Antiques Jewelry Collectibles Coins Autos- Trucks Real Estate Will Buy Anything of Value , Call (302) 644-4233 and ask for Frank Rehoboth Beach Main Street has matching funds for new signs Rehoboth Beach Main Street still has funds available for matching sign grants. In addition to offering wholesale prices to Main Street members for new signs, there are $250 grants avail- able this winter. Any downtown merchant or property owner thinking about in- stalling a new front-lit sign is eli- gible to join Main Street and take advantage of the sign incentive program. Applicants must be Main Street members and present Main Street with a proposal for a $500 or more sign project. If selected, the business would receive $250 to- ward the project. The project materials must meet the city building sign ordinance and Main Street's broad front-lit sign 'guidelines. Business or prop- erty owners may join Main Street at the time of the grant applica- tion. The process is simple. The grant may be used for a front-lit sign and associated lighting for the new sign. If the business chooses to use Main Street's partner in the sign program, Rogers Sign Company of Milton, the applicant will also receive a wholesale price on the sign. However, businesses awarded a matching grant may use any sign company they wish. Matching grant money is dis- bursed when the work is complet- ed and bills totaling $500 are sub- mitted to Main Street. For more information, call Main Street executive director Fay Jacobs at 227-2772. wrcI to hold business luncheon Dec. 10 World Trade Center Institute Delaware will hold its next business luncheon at noon, Tuesday, Dec. 10. The luncheon will discuss interna- tional business opportunities in Mexico, and will be held at the Univer- sity & Whist Club in Wilmington. The luncheon will conclude prompt- ly at 1:30 p.m. The keynote presentation will be offered by Edmundo Gonzalez, trade commissioner of Mexico at BancoMext in New York City. The World Trade Center Institute is a nonprofit organization serving individuals and companies in the Delaware region as a resource in the area of international business and trade. For more information or to reserve a place at the luncheon, call 302- 565-7905. IVIATT BRITTINGHAM OUR BEST SELLING ARMS... LOANS TO $100,000+ 5% DOWN, PRIMARY AND 2ND HOME PURCHASE 10% DOWN, INVESTOR PURCHASE (ADD .50% TO RA'Im ONLY} ASK ABOUT OUR GREAT 100% PRIMARY RESIDENCE PURCHASE PLANS 1300 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 302-646-9181 800-990-9181 302-542-3904 Lewes-Rehoboth Out of Area Bethany.Fenwick www.FirstAflanticMtg.com * E-maih info@firstaflanticmtg.net