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38 FRIDAY. DECEMBER2-MC'NDAY.. DECEMBER5,_ 2011 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE wh ape Gazette o knows Ke ]y knows she's th, Group wants tc enhance town, serve commun ty By Kara Nuzback kn-uzback~ A new group in Dewey Beach aims to emhance the qualhy of life in town. Dewey Bu, Partnership is composed local restaurants, hotels m tail shops aimed at mar events and supporting beautification efforts. At a Nov. 12 town co meeting, Dewey Business iness of 30 id re- eting [own ncil Part- nership President Steve Mont- gomew mapped out the g als of the organization for town oun- / cil. "We wanted to put together a group of businesses to do posi- tive things for the community," said Montgomery, owner of The Starboard. The partnership, which in- cludes Vice President Jim Baeurle, partner of Dewey Beach Enterprises, and Secretary/Trea- surer Rob Marshall, owner of At- lantic Oceanside Motel, began hosting events last summer. To kick off the 2011 season, DBP threw a June 22 kids beach party, which Montgomery said drew more than 200 kids' for music, marskmallow roasting and face painting. The group hosted a party Sept. 17 on the beach, which celebrat- ed the end of the summer season and the town's 30th anniversary. ship plans The party, featured live music, In 2012, the pare ership plans dancing, and food and drinks to bring back last ,ear's events from local restaurants. Mont- and develop more. Vlontgomery gomery said about 250 people at- said the group dec ided to hire tended, despite rain and wind. year-round resi, tent Kelly DBP also took steps to im- Ranieri as executiv, director to prove the image of the town. keep DBP active du 'ing the sum- Montgomery said the group mer when business, owners are hosted litter pickup five days a busy. "The best thillg we did for week, and it paid for 10 street this group was to hire Kelly," sweepings during the summer. Montgomery said "Anybody ch( t Lanieri told ga dzing an At Kil tg, co-own ule d_ for Satul Sul lday, May t lontgomer for met memb ma rketing coJ anized a to cal ed Treasur ex( cuted by ff mi tee last Co nenlopen )r Br, ;/Dryers. Refrigei itors Rar 'Dewey Beach." council she is or ts Fest with Mitcl ,,r of Port, sched day, May 12, am and Ranieri ar, ers of the town' nmittee. Raniei wnwide yard sak Fest, which wa e marketing cam m. Next year, th, tinued on page 4: ands ges Disposals acement DEWEY BUSINESS MEMBERS OF DEWEY BUSI events for vacationers and resi Oceanside Motel owner Rob Mai Director Kelly Ranieri, Ally Oop Montgomery. Giving Continued from page 37 ten on them along witfi e age and gender of the intend( d re- cipient. The trees will b,.' dis- played until Monday, De :. 20. The public is invited to cl loose ornaments from the tree, pur- chase the items indicated c n the ornaments, and then retui n the unwrapped items to She pper Services at Tanger Seaside. As a SUBMITTED PHOTO ~ESS PARTNERSHIP work together to create tents in Dewey Beach. Shown are (I-r) Atlantic shall, Woody's owner Jim O'Conor, DBP Executive owner Corey Mahoney and DBP President Steve token of Tanger's appreciation, everyone who participates in the Tanger Trees of Hope program will receive a voucher for a free 2012 Tanger coupon book. All items will be wrapped by volun- teers from DBCC and distributed to families in the community that are in financial need this season because of a breast cancer diag- nosis. For more information, call the Rehoboth Beach Tanger Out- let Center at 302-226-9223 or the DBCC Sussex County Office at 302-644-6844. Delawar Leadership Delaware ( The Board of Directors, Honorary Chair G,)vernor Pete Du & Sandy Strine would like to congratulateth 2oII Class of L their graduation On December Ist at Wilmington Country C] of your significant successes as leaders in the ]First State for ye ERIC M. ANDERSON EMEKA IGWE, Charter School of WilmingtonLaw Offices of Eme KEVIN BACOT JACKIE IW Pepco Holdings, Inc. J. Ie ~c Camp, TOM BalN M~Tr LENZl Ronald M. Coffin General Contractors Pepco Holdings, MARY BORDER WBOC-TV & FOX21 REBECCA FABER World Trade Center Delaware DR. VINAY MAHI Christiana Care Heal JAMES McCL ! Bank of Amen RANIE GOOD CHARLES "CR" 1~ Strategic Goods New Castle Courtly G, CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Give Life Donor Program PAUL L. MIL Longoiew Capital Manc VALENE HARRIS Aetna Health Insurance WWW. L EsQ. DO~L 7a Igwe Dol NI MK Inc. SHWARI h ~stems ~, JR. :a Colonio [oLEoD wernment ~ER ement. LLC Phi .'adershipDe] lass ( )ant and ( ,.adership ] ub. We al trs to cam ) W. NICHOt lald W. Nichols MELISSA ]~ Bank of A: ~ELJ. SIcu Milestone WeaJ KEN SI/~ Simpler gc S( MELODIE 'chad District DAN Y, Trustees q ELENA Z delphia Contr aware.o: f20II hairs Terry )elaware on e confident )N, JR., CFP, AAMS ~n &Associates USSELL tleriea IANZA~ CFP, AEP !h Advisors PLER ns. LLC ImTTS Board of Education UNO Color ~.RFUS 'l Systems, Inc. :g