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50 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, December 1 - Monday, December 4, 2006 Independent consultanttoaddressbusiness women's group Natural healthcare products Hines' topic Resort Beaches Women in Business will host an open net- working event for business profes- sionals at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 14. The guest speaker will be Kanani T. Hine, an independent consultant for Warm Spirit a Self--care and Wellness Co., which offers a full line of nature base spa quality products. The Warm Spirit collection is a comprehensive line of nature- based beauty and healthcare prod- ucts for simple, effective prepara- tions for the skin and body, at- home spa experiences, homeo- pathic remedies and herbal supple- ments. Warm Spirit collection was developed through the collabora- tion of a diverse, global network of natural healers from the United States, Spain and United Kingdom. Guest artist Doris Price, who is repre- sented by HINES Legends & Lore Gallery and works in mixed media, will also be on hand. She is a jazz and blues enthusiast who grew up on a family farm in Sussex County. Price is listed in the Who's Who in American Art, published in 1996 The Best of Acrylic Paintings publication. She has works in the collections of Apex Museum in Atlanta, Ga.; Nassau County Museum in Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.; Eastern Washington University in Cheyney, Wash.; Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, N.Y.; York College in Delmarva power reminds customers to stay safe while decorating for the holidays A recent house fire in Delaware underscores the need to act safely when decorating for the holidays. The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office says that fire was caused by a non-U-L approved electric candle placed too close to combustibles. While holiday lights can lift the spirits of the entire neighborhood, the U.S. Fire Administration reports that every year fires during the holiday season injure 2,600 people and cause more than $930 million in damage across the country. There are some simple steps to take to greatly reduce the chances of becoming a statistic. While untangling the strings of lights put away last year, cus- tomers should inspect them care- funy. They should look for frayed wires, bare spots, gaps in the insu- lation, broken or crackedsockets or any other signs of excessive wear before deciding whether the lights are good to use for another season. When putting up an out- door display, customers should make sure to use only lights and extension cords that are approved for outdoor use and are laboratory tested. For customers who believe that when it comes to outdoor holiday decorating, the more the better, remember never to string more than three light sets together unless heavy-duty light sets are used. People should also think about using minilights, since they don't build up as much heat as larger bulbs. Customers may also want to consider replacing traditional hol- iday lighting with LED (light emitting diode) lights, which stay cool to the touch, no matter how long they are left on, and are far more energy efficient and long- lasting than conventional lighting. "It may be necessary to use a ladder or extension pole to reach to the top of the porch or the top of the wall, but before you set up the ladder or extend the p01e, look around to make sure you're not near any overhead wires," said Gary Stockbridge, president of Delmarva Power. "And while many folks like to have the lights plugged in when they're being put up, that could be dangerous if you use an aluminum ladder. To be on the safe side, keep those lights unplugged until you have every- thing in place." "Delmarva Power wants to remind all customers to think about safety when decorating, especially when working with or aroufld electricity," said Stockbridge. The current issue of "Energy News You Can Use," arriving with the customer's December bill, offers additional holiday safe- ty tips. Further information on being electrical safety can be found online at Georgetown chamber holiday event is Dec. 14 The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce invites its members to celebrate the season at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 14, at the Marvel Carriage Museum in the Barrel Barn. The new board will be sworn at 6:30, with cocktails at 7 p.m. Heavy hers d'oeuvres and light alcoholic beverages will be served. Attire is casual, comfortable and seasonal. Jeans and holiday sweaters or sweat shirts are encouraged. RSVP with regrets only by calling the chamber office by Dec. 8 at 856-1544. Queens, N.Y.; and Delaware State University in Dover. The guest performer will be Rebecca Gordon, an aspiring gospel singer living and working in Delaware who has just released her first CD tiffled "Love Among Us." Gordon will perform two songs at 7:30 p.m. The organization will also pres- ent a check to Rehoboth Day Care Center. The funds were raised at the Resort Beaches Women in Business Expo held earlier this year. For more information, call Regina AaMacha at 226-1693 or go to CHA5 O One of the leading names in mortgages is right in your own bacle/ard. Eric C. Phillips  Assistant Vice President Tel: 302-226-8182, ext. [3 Toll: 800-780-6962 Linda A. Morena Becky Willey Eli C. Willey Web: Mortgage Specialist Mortgage Specialist Mortgage Specialist Tel: 302-226-8182, exL 17 Tel: 302-226-8182, ext. II Tel: 302-226-8182, ext. 23 Toll: 866-299-4582 Toll: 1166-299-4582 Toll: 866-299-4582 Email: Email: Email: CHASE PERSONALIZED MORTGAGES An experienced mortgage specialist will work with you from application through closing - beginning with helping you select the right mortgage. A variety of mortgage programs are available to meet your needs - fixed- or adjustable-rate; iumbo and government. Call for a free consultation today. I /111 loans are Sublect to credit and property approval. Program terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Not all products are available in all slates 2A.7615 or for all loan amounts. Other restrictions and limitations apply. 2005 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All RighB Reserved. 10/05 AUCTION OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 22.87 +/- ACRE HORSE FARM WITH IMPROVEMENTS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2006 1:00 P.M. LOCATION: 4762 Park Brown Road, Harrington, Delaware. Traveling West from Harrington on Walt Messick Road, go 8/10 mile and turn first right on Whiteleysburg Road. Proceed 3 miles and turn right on Fox Hunters Road. Follow to stop and turn left on Park Brown Road. Property 1/2 mile on the left. Signs will be posted. This modern Horse or Gentleman's Farm contains approximately 22.87 acres and offers a once in a lifetime opportunity. There is a 100ff stone driveway that leads to a like new ranch home with 3 Bedrooms, 2v2 baths, Livingroom, Family room, Diningroom, Kitchen and Pantry. The house is loaded with amenities to include Master bath, walk in closet and French doors in the Master, ceiling fans throughout, double island in the kitchen, recessed lighting, two fireplaces, skylights, modern appli- ances, raised oak panel cabinets and crown molding. There is a 20' x 20' deck off the back of the home and a kidney shaped 16' x 32' in ground pool with waterfall. Outside there is an large 30' x 40' three car detached garage with one drive through door. The oversized 36 x 48' horse barn with concrete flooring houses six 1 l'x 12' matted Stalls, Tack Room, Shower Bay and Hay Storage and has an attached 12' x 20' lean to. There are two pasture areas and a training track which are surrounded by vinyl and elec- tric fencing, and riding trails are established around the property. You must tour this property to appre- ciate all that it has to offer. Kent County Tax Map Parcel # MN-00-158.00-01-23.01-000 OPEN HOUSE: December 9th, 1- 4pm & December 14th, 3 - 6pro or Call our office today for more information or to schedule your private showing. Real EstateTerms: Purchaser shall pay $50,000 down payment day of sale with cash or certified check made payable to Wilson,s Auction Sales, the balance to be paid within 45 days. Purchaser to pay all cost of examination, preparing and transferring the deed. Purchaser shall pay 3/4  and the seller shall pay 3/4  of the Delaware 12  State Realty Transfer Tax. Property also subject to a 1 ' Kent County Realty Transfer Tax with 3/4  to be paid by the seller and 3/4.  to be paid by the purchaser. Purchaser shall pay any and all other property transfer tax and fees. If the above terms are not complied with, the down payment shall be forfeited. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, but it is their intent to sell the property. This property is being sold "as is and where is" with no expressed or implied warranty. Owners: James & Theresa Lynch Auctioneer's Note: Visit our web site to view several color photos and a complete deed description. This is an excellent opportunity you do not want to miss. Wilson's Auction Sales, Inc. We Don't Talk Service ....... We Give It. Dave Wilson, Auctioneer & Sales Manager K. Wade Wilson, Auctioneer & Customer Service Representative (302) 422-3464 Fax (302) 422-0462