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68 - CAPE GAZET - Friday, November 17 - Monday, November 20, 2006 T- Henry Evans photo Blue Plate Diner closes for season, plans for future Blue Plate Diner owners Jim Paslawski and Mark Grabowski, have closed the Savannah Road eatery for the season and are meeting with their architect, builder and Lewes city offi- cials to plan the future for the property, which has been a restaurant for numerous years. Paslawski and Grabowski also own Finbar, Spirits & Sustenance located at 316-318 Rehobeth Ave. in Rehobeth Beach. Finbar opened in May, after its owners completed one of Rehobeth Avenue's most significant restoration projects to the property. The restaurant is currently open for lunch and dinner daily; closed Monday and Tuesday. For information about Finbar, call 302-BAR-1873. Long & Foster unveils new homebuyers program The Long & Foster Companies, comprised of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., Prosperity Mortgage Company, Long & Foster Insurance Agency Inc., Long & Foster Settlement Services, and Home Service Connections, have launched a unique home buying initiative called the Helping Those Who Serve homeownership program. This beneficial program is led by Long & Foster Real Estate agents who have teamed up with Prosperity Mortgage loan officers, Long & Foster Insurance agents, the many Prestige Partners settlement servic- es, and Long & Foster's Home Service Connections group to help vital public servants purchase their first home or move-up to a larger home. These very special members of the community, neighbors, community leaders, and friends, include state and local police, firefighters, military, school teachers, and certified healthcare providers. The many discounts and an advantageous financing product will be offered to public ser- vants purchasing a home throughout Long & Foster's seven-state Mid- Atlantic region with a ratified contract between Nov. 10 and March 31. BPW Continued from page 65 The Nike Club she advises here was organized by BPW/Harrington in 2002 to reach young women between the ages of 14 and 18. Its purpose is four- fold: Providing teen girls with char- acter building skills and leader- ship development Increasing its members' inter- est in math, science and technolo- gy as it applies to their potential careers and personal lives Helping the members learn the mechanics of government and an appreciation of democracy through civic participation Encouraging them to set goals, create a vision and write an action plan for their future. Members of the group received certificates in recognition of their service to the community and for personal achievement. Keynote speaker for the lunch- eon was Romona S. Fullman, Esq., director of the Delaware Commission for Women. She is an advocate for issues that improve the quality of life for women and encourage their full participation in all areas of socie- ty. National Business Women's Week was established in 1928 to recognize the achievements and contributions of working women. The week is a nationwide salute to all women that is also an opportu- nity to spotlight issues of impor- tance to women in the workplace. Custom Fabrication Complete Installation Over 10 years Experience 2000 Sq Ft Showroom View Finished Homes Interior Designer on Staff 998 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 Open M-F 10:00-4:00 & Sat 10:00-2:00 Or By Appointment Countertops: Cot/an, Granite, Silestone Tile & Hardwood Floors Appliances: Wolf, Sub-Zero, Viking, Jenn-Ai, Maytag, KitchenAkl Kitchen Cabinets: D/amond, Aristocraj Cabico