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Ocean View merchants sponsor holiday special Fifteen shops along Route 26 will be sponsoring "Come Home for the Holidays" in Ocean View, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5. Home for the Holidays will offer "sweets and treats" for shoppers from each participating Ocean View merchant. The following shops will be taking part in the event: Wild About Birds, Woodworms, Hub- bard and Dodge, Country Wicker, Cinnamon Owl, Country Comers, Great Expectations, Wisteria, Something Different, Kennedy's Classics, Country Frame Gallery, TreasureQuest, Sunny Lane An- tiques, Touch of Dutch and Hud- son's General Store. USDA provides funds for co-op development Jack Walls, rural development state director for Delaware and Maryland, announced this week that the U.S. Department of Agri- culture will provide $200 million in business-and-industry-guaran- teed loan funds to boost coopera- tive development through rural America. This action doubles the amount of business and industry guaranteed funding that was set aside for cooperative development last year. The loan program works with the private sector to boost America's rural economy by sup- porting businesses that produce or preserve rural jobs. Business-and- industry-guaranteed loan funds that are set aside must be obligat- ed prior to July 9. After this date, funds will revert back to the regu- lar fund and become available for all eligible rural businesses for the remainder of the year. For more information, call 302-697-4324. Wayne Mitchell joins RE/MAX Realty Group Wayne L. Mitchell, a lifelong resident of Rehoboth Beach with 25 years ex- perience as a licensed Re- altor, recent- ly joined forces with RFJMAX Realty Group in its Re- hoboth Beach office. MITCHELL Most recent- ly Mitchell served as project man- ager for The Glade. "That was a very successful project," said Mitchell. "Now I look forward to handling both residential and commercial real estate in the Re- hoboth Beach area as well as fu- ture land development projects." Mitchell said he's seen ups and downs in the real estate business over the past quarter-century. His assessment of the current market? "This is as good as it's ever been and I think it will hold up for a while longer." RE/MAX Realty Group serves all of Sussex Coun- ty. Mitchell can be reached at 227-4800. DeVries BPW to meet on Dec. 1 The DeVries Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at the Lamp Post Restau- rant, Midway. There will be Christmas music by Maxine Ungerbuehler and the speaker will be Gertie Hillman on "Healthy Eating." Networking begins at 6 p.m., with dinner at 6:30 p.m. To RSVP, call Nancy Curley at 227- 3039 or Betty Goldbach at 800- BPW-DELA. Those interested may bring items such as canned goods, toi- letries, calendars for the battered women's shelter, as well as a gift valued at $10 for the member gift exchange. Long & Foster to underwrite TV specials Long & Foster Realtors will continue its holiday tradition of underwriting holiday program- ruing throughout the Mid-Atlantic region on public television during IIO00 The demand is high for fine homes. If you've been frustrated "by your home not selling, or want to see what your home is worth in today's ever changing market, call Century 21 MANN & MOORE to speak with an experienced agent. Our office SELI PAST FOR TOP DOLLAR. We guarantee our service in writing. "Don't wait, the buyers won't". VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT'. www.century21beach,corn EMAIL - 302-227-9477" 800-255-8200 V, 4343 HWY. One I l' 2[ Rehoboth Beach DE. 19971-1147 = -,, the holiday season. In the Baltimore area, viewers will see "Denyce Graves: A Holi- day Special," on Maryland Public Television, at 6 p.m., Nov. 29, and again at 10 p.m,. Christmas Day. Other programs will include Han- del's "Messiah," airing at 8 p.m., Dec. 2, and 9 p.m., Christmas Day. room. The guest speaker will be U.S. Chamber of Commerce Pres- ident Thomas J. Donahue. Also planning to attend are Delaware's Congressional delegation - Sens. Bill Roth and Joe Biden and Rep. Mike Castle. The Superstars in Business Award will be presented in honor of Marvin S. Gilman, an exem- plary leader of "small business management in the state of Delaware, who died earlier this year. The cost to attend the awards luncheon is $20 per person, and the registration deadline is Tues- day, Nov. 24. For more information, call the Small Business Alliance at 800- 292-9507. State Chamber to present new business awards The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce Small Business Al- liance will present five small- business members with the first "Marvin S. Gilman Superstars in Business Award" at a luncheon ceremony to be held from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 30, at the Hotel duPont Gold Ball- MILL CREEK HOME INSPECTIONr INC. "Take the Fear Out of Home Buying". . No after sale surprises. .Complete understanding of the condition of your home. is setting fl ffSE0000.f00, / NEW STANDARDS...,,, Entirely Ready for you to move into... 1 err.#s tmu6m_. eas mtm  tho ammm, sts, mad th and 0oa. sad Ist/morn ls rh ram, C tila llle xtensive WA-r.RFRONT 4 BR, 2 BA a gnmt community wilh poel md tnnis. This home has a large deck with gr views of e can& $159,000. VICTORIA SQUARE END OWNHOU...$omo view el Rehotx)(M.ewes Cal. Offered unfur. ni eaet to window and cloor dtoralo tmaas. Ve./air/aml bfifft. Gral lor yoa tuund or vaeat n.  , .2 t. Ca Sa Wilson lot details. (LFRB #380) help for needy children... B EVENTS On December 5, 1998 from 9-12 we will be having our Christmas Cookie Exchange We'll exchange cookies and cider for a food item that you bring to our office to be donated to a LOCAL charity. 2 SPOmOr E xclamations!!! 1 "We found Lynda to be thorough and efficient. She responded to our needs immediately." Roy Boucher & Tom Schiefelbein Lynda Rifle from our customers Angle Watldns "A Thanksgiving will never go by that I don't think of you with gratitude for selling Mom's home." Karen Thomas Bell