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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Peddler's Village boutique to host Toys for Tots benefit Nov. 26 ing." Because kids are such a big part of her life, Koehler is already beginning" to think about Easter. Although she is unsure about an- other fundraiser, she knows that whatever she decides to do, it will "definitely include children." Although Koehler actually wanted to try a fundraiser like this last Christmas, she says she was too late. This year she called Toys for Tots during the summer, just to be safe. Even though she didn't get a chance to have the fundraiser last year, she still gave 16 homeless By Tieg Murray The Christmas season is a very busy time for Noreen Koehler of Nana's Boutique, located on Rt. 24 in Peddler's Village. Children are the only thing occupying Koehler's mind at this time of the year.: "We have to look out for the lit- tle ones who don't get a lot for Christmas," she says. "It's not fair to them, especially at Christmas- time." Koehler's love of kids has en- couraged her to have a Toys for Tots fundraiser Friday, Nov. 26. From 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., she will be having a children's fashion show on stag e in the parking lot. The show will be broadcast live on 92.7 WGMD. Directly after the show, Santa will be on loca- tion to give out special presents to the kids. The Girl Scouts will be helping with the little ones and there will be door prizes from lo- cal businesses. All models will receive a pres- ent from the store. "Christmas is important to kids," Koehler said. "I want to be able to give them something special for participat- Tanger Outlet Center extends hours for holiday shtopping in Rehoboth same-day Tanger purchases of $150 or more will receive a free Frost T. Tanger plush snowman toy. To receive the snowman gift, Tanger shoppers may take re- ceipts to the Tanger Customer Service Center at Tanger Seaside. For more information on Tanger Outlet Centers, visit its website at www.tangeroutlet.com or call 800-4-TANGER. The Tanger Outlet Center in Rehoboth Beach is extending its shopping hours for its after- Thanksgiving sale. Stores will open at 8 a.m., Friday, Nov. 26, and stay open late for a weekend of holiday shopping. Many Tanger stores will feature early- bird specials on Nov. 26 and after Thanksgiving specials all week- end. Tanger and US Airways Vaca- tions are giving Tanger's holiday shoppers the chance to win a Mer: ry Island Getaway package. The grand-prize winner will receive a getaway for two to the Grand XCaret by Occidental located on the pristine Mexican Riviera Maya shoreline. The inclusive, four-night US Airways Vacations package features deluxe resort ac- commodations, meals and bever- Visit our website at www.capegazette.com Color Consultants Residential, Commercial, Interior ages at the resort, round-trip air travel plus a three-piece luggage package from Samsonite. Shop- pers can enter Nov. 1 to Dec. 26, at the Samsonite Company Store and at the Tanger Customer Ser- vice Center, by mail or by visiting tangeroutlet.com. No purchase is necessary to enter. Beginning Dec. 1 and while supplies last, shoppers who make children outfits to wear on Christ- mas morning. Koehler mentioned that along with her Toys for Tots box already located inside her store, she will also place another One on stage on Nov. 26. "This is a day for the children," she said. "I expect these toy boxes will be overflowing." The boxes will be available to col- lect toys until Dec. 24. Monetary donations will also be accepted for toys. Koehler's concern for local dis- advantaged children is one of the main reasons she opened her store three years ago. While she real- ized there was a market for a chil- dren's clothing store in the area, she says she doesn't compete with other children's businesses. "I'm just trying to help kids who don't have much," even if that means referring customers to other local kid's shops. Her Customers are her main priority - if her hours don't suit someone, she is more than ac- commodating to make appoint- ments; she will also hunt for items if she doesn't have them in her stoi . Nana's Boutique is filled with aaractive clothing, ranging in size from preemie to 6X. Koehler handpicks everything and says she tries to get whatever size she can get her hands on. While boys' tuxedos and suits are one of the most popular items, she also car- ries jewelry and accessorieS! for most young ages. The day of the event, the store will also have a buy-one-get-one- half-off sale from 7-10 a.m. There will also be specials going on up until Christmas. Contact Nana's Boutique at 947-4852 or visit www.nanas-boutique.com to check out the extensive collection of hard to find children's clothing. . .00TEWAY "00pUNDING Richard Ashby Branch Manager License! bv Dlaware Department of Banking 145462 mm LENDER The Independent, locally owned Realtor for all your Real Estate needs. Call us 645-5900 THE ESTATES AT BRIDLE RIDGE This stunning 2.27 acre waterfront lot in the Lewes community of the Estates at Bridle Ridge. Build the estate of your dreams. $430,000 Call Charles Howard for more infor- mation. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY This fantastic property is zoned C1 and located on Route 9 near Cool Spring. This multi use parcel is 1.13 acres, just what you were looking for. $725,000 Call Charles Howard for- more information. PILOTTOWN VILLAGE "[his exquisite 3 or 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home in a quiet community is within walking distance to "in town Lewes". It has a lovely formal dining room and gas fireplace as well as wonderful screened porch, deck and a fenced rear yard. $515,000 Call John Lester Jr. for more information. PLANTATIONS CONDO This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath condo is ready for you. The first floor condo comes tastefully fur- nished in a wonderful community. $260,000 Call Charles Howard for more information. 108 Second Street, Lewes DE, 19958 (302) 645-5900 (800) 973-5470 42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Peddler's Village boutique to host Toys for Tots benefit Nov. 26 ing." Because kids are such a big part of her life, Koehler is already beginning" to think about Easter. Although she is unsure about an- other fundraiser, she knows that whatever she decides to do, it will "definitely include children." Although Koehler actually wanted to try a fundraiser like this last Christmas, she says she was too late. This year she called Toys for Tots during the summer, just to be safe. Even though she didn't get a chance to have the fundraiser last year, she still gave 16 homeless By Tieg Murray The Christmas season is a very busy time for Noreen Koehler of Nana's Boutique, located on Rt. 24 in Peddler's Village. Children are the only thing occupying Koehler's mind at this time of the year.: "We have to look out for the lit- tle ones who don't get a lot for Christmas," she says. "It's not fair to them, especially at Christmas- time." Koehler's love of kids has en- couraged her to have a Toys for Tots fundraiser Friday, Nov. 26. From 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., she will be having a children's fashion show on stag e in the parking lot. The show will be broadcast live on 92.7 WGMD. Directly after the show, Santa will be on loca- tion to give out special presents to the kids. The Girl Scouts will be helping with the little ones and there will be door prizes from lo- cal businesses. All models will receive a pres- ent from the store. "Christmas is important to kids," Koehler said. "I want to be able to give them something special for participat- Tanger Outlet Center extends hours for holiday shtopping in Rehoboth same-day Tanger purchases of $150 or more will receive a free Frost T. Tanger plush snowman toy. To receive the snowman gift, Tanger shoppers may take re- ceipts to the Tanger Customer Service Center at Tanger Seaside. For more information on Tanger Outlet Centers, visit its website at www.tangeroutlet.com or call 800-4-TANGER. The Tanger Outlet Center in Rehoboth Beach is extending its shopping hours for its after- Thanksgiving sale. Stores will open at 8 a.m., Friday, Nov. 26, and stay open late for a weekend of holiday shopping. Many Tanger stores will feature early- bird specials on Nov. 26 and after Thanksgiving specials all week- end. Tanger and US Airways Vaca- tions are giving Tanger's holiday shoppers the chance to win a Mer: ry Island Getaway package. The grand-prize winner will receive a getaway for two to the Grand XCaret by Occidental located on the pristine Mexican Riviera Maya shoreline. The inclusive, four-night US Airways Vacations package features deluxe resort ac- commodations, meals and bever- Visit our website at www.capegazette.com Color Consultants Residential, Commercial, Interior ages at the resort, round-trip air travel plus a three-piece luggage package from Samsonite. Shop- pers can enter Nov. 1 to Dec. 26, at the Samsonite Company Store and at the Tanger Customer Ser- vice Center, by mail or by visiting tangeroutlet.com. No purchase is necessary to enter. Beginning Dec. 1 and while supplies last, shoppers who make children outfits to wear on Christ- mas morning. Koehler mentioned that along with her Toys for Tots box already located inside her store, she will also place another One on stage on Nov. 26. "This is a day for the children," she said. "I expect these toy boxes will be overflowing." The boxes will be available to col- lect toys until Dec. 24. Monetary donations will also be accepted for toys. Koehler's concern for local dis- advantaged children is one of the main reasons she opened her store three years ago. While she real- ized there was a market for a chil- dren's clothing store in the area, she says she doesn't compete with other children's businesses. "I'm just trying to help kids who don't have much," even if that means referring customers to other local kid's shops. Her Customers are her main priority - if her hours don't suit someone, she is more than ac- commodating to make appoint- ments; she will also hunt for items if she doesn't have them in her stoi . Nana's Boutique is filled with aaractive clothing, ranging in size from preemie to 6X. Koehler handpicks everything and says she tries to get whatever size she can get her hands on. While boys' tuxedos and suits are one of the most popular items, she also car- ries jewelry and accessorieS! for most young ages. The day of the event, the store will also have a buy-one-get-one- half-off sale from 7-10 a.m. There will also be specials going on up until Christmas. Contact Nana's Boutique at 947-4852 or visit www.nanas-boutique.com to check out the extensive collection of hard to find children's clothing. . .00TEWAY "00pUNDING Richard Ashby Branch Manager License! bv Dlaware Department of Banking 145462 mm LENDER The Independent, locally owned Realtor for all your Real Estate needs. Call us 645-5900 THE ESTATES AT BRIDLE RIDGE This stunning 2.27 acre waterfront lot in the Lewes community of the Estates at Bridle Ridge. Build the estate of your dreams. $430,000 Call Charles Howard for more infor- mation. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY This fantastic property is zoned C1 and located on Route 9 near Cool Spring. This multi use parcel is 1.13 acres, just what you were looking for. $725,000 Call Charles Howard for- more information. PILOTTOWN VILLAGE "[his exquisite 3 or 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home in a quiet community is within walking distance to "in town Lewes". It has a lovely formal dining room and gas fireplace as well as wonderful screened porch, deck and a fenced rear yard. $515,000 Call John Lester Jr. for more information. PLANTATIONS CONDO This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath condo is ready for you. The first floor condo comes tastefully fur- nished in a wonderful community. $260,000 Call Charles Howard for more information. 108 Second Street, Lewes DE, 19958 (302) 645-5900 (800) 973-5470