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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 49 Good Feet Store sets Charity Christmas Party for Dec. 3 The Good Feet Store in Mills- boro will hold a Charity Christ- mas Party from 3 to 5 p.m., Fri- day, Dec. 3 to say thank you to those who contributed children's shoes and to encourage those who are just finding out about their Christmas Shoe Drive, according to owners Tom and Jean Sullivan. "We have been blessed to have received a significant number of new and gently-used children shoes for this year's Christmas Shoe Drive," Jean Sullivan said. "We want to extend our tharlks to all who have contributed and wanted to let others know that we are still accepting new and gently- used children shoes for our Share Your Soles for Christmas Shoe Drive." The event witl include a live ra- dio shrw with FROGGY-FM and light refreshments. The Frog mas- cot and Santa Claus will be there for photo opportunities with chil- dren. The Good Feet Store, located on Route 113 at 222 E. DuPont Highway in the Food Lion Shop- ping Center, specializes in the custom sizing of arch supports for the feet. These arch supports pro- vide greater comfort, balance and support for the feet and also the entire body, Sullivan said. Shoe donations may be placed in the Share Your Soles for Christ- mas Shoe Drive "Giving Box" that is located in the front of the Good Feet Store. A second drop- off location is in North Ocean City, Md. at Coastal Podiatry in the office of Dr. Edward A. O'Brien D.P.M. at 13007 Coastal Highway in North Ocean City in the Bayside Medical Suites at 131st St. and Coastal Highway, next to the Kite Loft store. "We are amazed at the generos- ity of people from all parts of Del- marva," Tom Sullivan said. "In addition to those who have dropped by our store in Millsboro, we have had family members, lo- cal health agencies, churches, and school children from all over the peninsula, collect new and gently- used children shoes for the benefit of others." The shoe drive began Nov. 15 and is scheduled to run until about Dec, 20. New shoes can be left in type and style that are most need- their original packing box, and ed by local children up to .the age should not be wrapped in holiday of 15. gift paper. For more information, call 934- Shoe donations should be of the 7500. Laser Tone attains Brother certification for repairs Laser Tone Inc. in Milford has obtained certification for Brother warranty work and repairs. Service technician Chris Good attended a three-day training class for Brother printers Nov. 3-5 at Brother's cor- porate headquarters in Bridgewater, N.J. David Shaw, Laser Tone's service department manager, attended classes at the same facility Nov. 8-10 for certification on Brother's multifunction units and fax machines. In addition to warranty work, Laser Tone can provide out-of-warranty repairs and general cleanings on all Brother printers, faxes and multi-function machines. Laser Tone, serving Delmarva since 1989, adds Brother to its list of certifications, including Hewlett Packard, Lexmark and Canon. For more information contact Laser Tone at 422-2323. Energy Star helps homeowners save on energy costs With Energy Star, homeowners can save up to 20 percent on annu- al energy costs by making energy- efficient improvements to their heating and cooling systems. As temperatures drop this fall, EPA is encouraging Americans to save energy', reduce utility bills and protect the environment by in- creasing the energy efficiency of their home heating systems. The average hoiasehold spends $1,500 a year on energy bills, nearly half of which goes to heat- ing and cooling. EPA estimates that if one in 10 U.S. households used heating and cooling equip- ment that has earned the Energy Star label, the change wotild pre- vent an estimated 17 billion pounds of greenhouse gas emis- sions. Sealing leaks that allow air to escape the home and replacing old heating equipment with high-effi- ciency models can significantly reduce annual energy costs. Other steps also cut costs and improve comfort: tuning up heating and cooling equipment annually; regu- larly replacing air filters; checking and sealing the duct system; and using a programmable thermo- stat's multiple temperature set- tings to get the most savings, EPA's "Guide to Energy-Effi- cient Cooling and Heating" pro- vides iimely information and more details about how to save energy and money this winter, while helping to protect the envi- ronment. It can be found at www.energystar.gov. When heating equipment reach- es 15 or more years of age, EPA and the U.S. Department of Ener- gy recommend that homeowners consider a more energy-efficient replacement. For more informa- tion about Energy Star and addi- tional steps to save money and re- duce air pollution, call 888- STAR-YES. Near the Beach, Not the Tra Model Homes Now Open! From the Low $300s. t Payner s Mill " near Historic Lewes! neo-' traditional n or single family homes with detached garages Exterior features include lrticos, gabled entrances, front porches, ard brick Water tables 4 all-new home Styles ing from 1,980 to 2,810 square feet 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths O  and first-floor wner s states ceilings, kitchens with center islands and morning rooms, Ah amenity-rich neighborhood and  more! '7I IU-'IIII]I(IIIGIGIIlIF T F--'l I " ' 1 ......... III'IIINIIIIlIlIIlllIIIIIIIit.._ ni rilllllllrrl'll"lllh m, ilif,rnrllllr nrrnlllnlurrnrrrml., i.ii ........ " ]IIII1UI "71y CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 49 Good Feet Store sets Charity Christmas Party for Dec. 3 The Good Feet Store in Mills- boro will hold a Charity Christ- mas Party from 3 to 5 p.m., Fri- day, Dec. 3 to say thank you to those who contributed children's shoes and to encourage those who are just finding out about their Christmas Shoe Drive, according to owners Tom and Jean Sullivan. "We have been blessed to have received a significant number of new and gently-used children shoes for this year's Christmas Shoe Drive," Jean Sullivan said. "We want to extend our tharlks to all who have contributed and wanted to let others know that we are still accepting new and gently- used children shoes for our Share Your Soles for Christmas Shoe Drive." The event witl include a live ra- dio shrw with FROGGY-FM and light refreshments. The Frog mas- cot and Santa Claus will be there for photo opportunities with chil- dren. The Good Feet Store, located on Route 113 at 222 E. DuPont Highway in the Food Lion Shop- ping Center, specializes in the custom sizing of arch supports for the feet. These arch supports pro- vide greater comfort, balance and support for the feet and also the entire body, Sullivan said. Shoe donations may be placed in the Share Your Soles for Christ- mas Shoe Drive "Giving Box" that is located in the front of the Good Feet Store. A second drop- off location is in North Ocean City, Md. at Coastal Podiatry in the office of Dr. Edward A. O'Brien D.P.M. at 13007 Coastal Highway in North Ocean City in the Bayside Medical Suites at 131st St. and Coastal Highway, next to the Kite Loft store. "We are amazed at the generos- ity of people from all parts of Del- marva," Tom Sullivan said. "In addition to those who have dropped by our store in Millsboro, we have had family members, lo- cal health agencies, churches, and school children from all over the peninsula, collect new and gently- used children shoes for the benefit of others." The shoe drive began Nov. 15 and is scheduled to run until about Dec, 20. New shoes can be left in type and style that are most need- their original packing box, and ed by local children up to .the age should not be wrapped in holiday of 15. gift paper. For more information, call 934- Shoe donations should be of the 7500. Laser Tone attains Brother certification for repairs Laser Tone Inc. in Milford has obtained certification for Brother warranty work and repairs. Service technician Chris Good attended a three-day training class for Brother printers Nov. 3-5 at Brother's cor- porate headquarters in Bridgewater, N.J. David Shaw, Laser Tone's service department manager, attended classes at the same facility Nov. 8-10 for certification on Brother's multifunction units and fax machines. In addition to warranty work, Laser Tone can provide out-of-warranty repairs and general cleanings on all Brother printers, faxes and multi-function machines. Laser Tone, serving Delmarva since 1989, adds Brother to its list of certifications, including Hewlett Packard, Lexmark and Canon. For more information contact Laser Tone at 422-2323. Energy Star helps homeowners save on energy costs With Energy Star, homeowners can save up to 20 percent on annu- al energy costs by making energy- efficient improvements to their heating and cooling systems. As temperatures drop this fall, EPA is encouraging Americans to save energy', reduce utility bills and protect the environment by in- creasing the energy efficiency of their home heating systems. The average hoiasehold spends $1,500 a year on energy bills, nearly half of which goes to heat- ing and cooling. EPA estimates that if one in 10 U.S. households used heating and cooling equip- ment that has earned the Energy Star label, the change wotild pre- vent an estimated 17 billion pounds of greenhouse gas emis- sions. Sealing leaks that allow air to escape the home and replacing old heating equipment with high-effi- ciency models can significantly reduce annual energy costs. Other steps also cut costs and improve comfort: tuning up heating and cooling equipment annually; regu- larly replacing air filters; checking and sealing the duct system; and using a programmable thermo- stat's multiple temperature set- tings to get the most savings, EPA's "Guide to Energy-Effi- cient Cooling and Heating" pro- vides iimely information and more details about how to save energy and money this winter, while helping to protect the envi- ronment. It can be found at www.energystar.gov. When heating equipment reach- es 15 or more years of age, EPA and the U.S. Department of Ener- gy recommend that homeowners consider a more energy-efficient replacement. For more informa- tion about Energy Star and addi- tional steps to save money and re- duce air pollution, call 888- STAR-YES. Near the Beach, Not the Tra Model Homes Now Open! From the Low $300s. t Payner s Mill " near Historic Lewes! neo-' traditional n or single family homes with detached garages Exterior features include lrticos, gabled entrances, front porches, ard brick Water tables 4 all-new home Styles ing from 1,980 to 2,810 square feet 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths O  and first-floor wner s states ceilings, kitchens with center islands and morning rooms, Ah amenity-rich neighborhood and  more! '7I IU-'IIII]I(IIIGIGIIlIF T F--'l I " ' 1 ......... III'IIINIIIIlIlIIlllIIIIIIIit.._ ni rilllllllrrl'll"lllh m, ilif,rnrllllr nrrnlllnlurrnrrrml., i.ii ........ " ]IIII1UI "71y