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78. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, N0v. 15-Nov. 21i 2e02 Andrew Keegan photo County Bank awards Savings Bonds Three customers were recipients of U.S. Saving Bonds as part of County Bank's grand opening celebration at the Sa- vannah Road branch on Nov. 12. Shown (l-r) Ruth Ann Baker, $500, Bob Nicholson, $200, Ruth Africa, $100 and Tommy Workman, branch manager. Submitted photo County Bank donates to Main Street, Habitat for Humanity Above, Joe Shockley, senior vice president of County Bank, presents a check in the amount of $3,000 to Heather Block, left, Revitalization Campaign consultant, and Fay Jacobs, execu- tive director of Rehoboth Beach Main Street Inc. The funds will be used to help throughout the revitalization period and support ongoing Main Street programs that are designed to en- hance the social and economic vitality of the community of Rehoboth Beach. At right, Dave Gillan, right, vice president of County Bank, presents a check in the amount of $5000 recently to Richard Faull, vice president of Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity builds decent and affordable houses in partnership with low-income families in Sussex County. ACE Continued from page 76 bulk seed and plenty of acces- sories. "Our girl and Christmas depart- ment is even much larger now," said Susan. "It's always such a fun department to have, and we've decorated it with plenty of Christ- mas spirit." The Best family - in its fourth generation of serving hardware and household items to Cape Re- gion shoppers - specializes in cus- tomer service, Randy said. That special attention to the individual shopper's needs has built the Best family a reputation of excellence in the retail trade. Randy and Su- san Best operated their former Milford store for 10 years before moving into larger quarters. "We offer all the traditional Best services and ACE products," Randy said. "It is that extra cus- tomer service and those hard-to- find plumbing, hardware and household needs that makes Best ACE Hardware competitive with all the big chain stores.". Family retail patriarch Tom Best still operates his popular store at Five Points, while Randy and Susan operate the Milford store and another in Harrington, "We're real proud of our family tradition, and we hope it continues for many more generations," said Randy. "We're also real happy that so many of our customers turned out for opening day. They liked all the discounts we offered, and we were real satisfied with the day's activity." Opening day activities were highlighted by remote radio broadcasts and an appearance by those dazzling and dizzy clowns 'Happy G' and 'O Lucky' other- wise known as Charlie and Nancy Joseph, friends and former high school classmates of Randy and Susan Best. For more information on the neW: Best ACE Hardware, REDUCED TO $1,250,000 Kitchen From Fating Area 3rd floor Bath Master Suite Foyer From Entry This 1901 Victorian, built for a River Pilot, has been lovingly restored in detail, including original, hand carved woodwork throughout. Gracious living with a grand foyer on the main level and large living and dining rooms and gourmet kitchen with access to o screened porch and sunroom. (Z The 2nd level of this charming and thoroughly updated residence has three bedrooms, including o master suite with a large sitting room and luxury bath with a whirlpool tub. The 3rd level had two large bedrooms, a sitting area with bath with o footed tub and shower. This canal front home in historic Lewes has incredible, panoramic bay views from the upper levels. The rear yard features a heated Jnground pool with exercise jets and an expansive deck. Thereis even a carriage house with double garage. Deepwater dock and easy access to the inlet. You must see this one-of-o-kind home! Call Tucker at 302-645-6100 RF//I,,II00I REALTY GROUP 117 Savannah Road,Lewes DE r :, - "