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CAPE GAZETI&apos;E, Friday, December 8. December 9, 1999 - 57 DEDO unveils reuse guide for business, public As part of its reuse initiative, the Delaware Economic Develop- ment Office (DEDO) has an- nounced the availability of its publication, Delaware Guide to Reuse for Consumers and Busi- Sea Shell Shop begins benefit angel project The Sea Shell Shop will begin its annual Christmas Shell Angel giving program. Customers who bring a toy or stuffed animal or Beanie Baby for a child will have their gift duplicated and both will be sent to Casa San Francisco. Last year, the shelter received 205 gifts. Donated toys will be accepted at any Sea Shell Shop location: 4405 Highway One; 199 Re- hoboth Avenue; and 1818 High- way One. For more information, call 227- 4323. Pope wins monthly sales awards for October Coldwetl Banker Rehoboth Re- sort Realty has announced that Jim Pope, a broker and ac- credited buyer representative working out of the Lewes of- fice at 800 Kings High- way, has been awarded the associate of POPE the month awards for October. Pope had the top closed sales vol- ume and top closed listing vol- ume for the month of October. Pope's sales and closed listings totaled almost $2 million in Octo- ber. Volunteers needed to wrap holiday presents The CHEER gift wrapping sta- tion at the Rehoboth Outlets is in need of some elves to join in the fourth annual holiday fundraiser. The gift wrapping station, sponsored by the Rehoboth Out- lets, will operate from the Re- hoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce Caboose, located next to Osh Kosh B'Gosh in the Ocean Side Outlets. The hours of operation will be from noon to 4 p.m., Dec. 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19, and from noon to 8 p.m., Dec. 20-23. The gift wrap- ping station will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Christmas Eve. Proceeds from the fundraising effort willbe used to help contin- ue the many services and pro- grams CHEER offers to senior citizens throughout Sussex Coun- ty. Helpers are needed to wrap presents for afternoon and evening shifts. To volunteer, call Mary Ellen Hearn at 856-5187. nesses, as an electronic document on the World Wide Web. The lntemet version of the doc- ument includes hotlinks to Web resources and an interactive data- base for reuse businesses and or- ganizations interested in being listed in the Reuse Guide. The hard copy of the guide was un- veiled in October at the state's third annual Recycled Product Procurement Conference held Oct. 7 in Dover. The document provides listings of companies and organizations offering such diverse products and services as used building ma- terials, office furniture repair, computer donation opportunities, secondhand clothing stores and who to contact to repair used ap- pliances. It also provides a wealth of information on other environ- mental issues for citizens, includ- ing sections on household haz- ardous waste, recycling and junk mail prevention. "Not only have we tried to make this guide accessible and in- formative," said Robert Propes, director of DEDO's Green Indus- tries Office, which manages the Delaware Reuse Project, "we've also established the electronic document so that people can up- date information and send us new listings in a easy, timely fashion." Nationally, it's estimated that 30 million tons of durable goods are disposed of every year. Close to 4,500 workers are employed by the reuse industry in the state of Delaware at an annual payroll of over $97 million. The Delaware Reuse Project is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To view the guideline or obtain a copy, visit DEDO's Web site at <www.state.de.us/dedo/and go to the Publications page or contact Rob Propes at 302-739-4271. We try to make it easy to find your "dream" home. Country Life Homes builds a broad range of custom turn- key houses. Many of the favorite designs have already been built ... waiting for you. Others are being built. Come by one of our four showrooms and tour our array of new models today ... call, fax, or check our handy website: Overbrook Shores. Springbrook -- 3 brs, 2 baths, vaulted ceiling in living and great rooms, sunroom country porch and attached garage. Plantations. Atlantic -- Separate, tray-ceiling master and 2 guest brs, Ocean Farm. Cape Bethany -- 3 brs, 2-1/2 baths, vaulted great room 2-1/2 baths, sloped-ceiling great room, breakfast nook and dining room. ceiling, large kitchen. Master bedroom on first floor with whirlpool bath. Some under construction. Still time to make your own decisions: Overbrook Shores. Mayfield -- 3 brs, separate master, 2 baths with sloped living room ceiling, dining room, kitchen, nook, screened pomh. Plantations. Ashton -- A favorite with 3 brs, 2 baths. Spacious great room, tray ceilings in master bedroom and dining room. A must see. Overbrook Shores. Cape Bethany -- 3 brs, separate master, 2 baths, sloped living room ceiling, kitchen, dining rooms, screened porch, deck. COUNTRY ,LIFE HOMES. Plantations. Seachase -- Make your own decisions on this new home, featuring 3 brs, 2 baths and vaulted ceiling. VISIT ONE OF OUR FOUR SHOWROOMS 1539 Highway One, Lewes Ocean Farm, Bethany Beach 302.644.3000 537.4020 Plantations, Lewes Route 26, Ocean View 645.2727 800.777.1530 537.3200 [ BROKERS WELCOME ] @