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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 3 - December 9, 1999 Casella's Subs and Steaks offers deli delight in Angola ,-" By Jim Cresson When Casella's Subs and Steaks owner Bob Rubolin retired last year from his position as mar- keting executive for the duPont Company, he and his family left their Kennett Square, Pa., home and moved to the resort area with a desire to find a suitable small business venture and become an active part of the Long Neck and Angola areas they had come to love during many summer vaca- tions here. The plan was realized in mid- summer when Rubolin purchased a popular delicatessen and sub shop in Peddlers Village and took over proprietorship July 30, with- out ever closing the doors. "My family had some experience as hoagie shop owners in Upper Dar- by, Pa., and my wife Dolores' family had experience as hoagie shop owners in South Philly," Rubolin explained. "We put to- gether a good staff and were able to meet the summer trade with few hassles." Casella's Subs and Steaks, at 4 Peddlers Village, offers friendly service by its staff of 12 and fea- tures the same fine deli lines of meats and cheeses that local cus- tomers enjoyed for the past 15 years. "We even maintained the same recipes that customers had known at the deli and we have ex- panded the menu to include a real popular order of meatballs and rigatoni and our winter hot offer- ings of chili, soups, daily specials Rodgers receives award for outstanding service NRT Mid-Atlantic Inc. has an- nounced that Denise Rodgers, head of NRT Mid-Atlantic Relo- cation, has won the prestigious Cendant Mobility Broker Services Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Achievement. This award honors an individual who has delivered exemplary service to Cendant Mobility in all facets of the business. Rodgers received the award at September's regional Cendant Mobility confer- ence in Atlanta, Ga. NRT Mid-At- lantic Inc. has 98 offices and 3,700 sales associates in three operating companies based throughout the and cappuccino," Rubolin said. With store hours from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Mondays through Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fri- days and Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays, Casella's has built a solid lunch and dinner trade in their area. "We get a lot of construction crews for lunches," Rubolin said. "And we have a whole lot of regulars from Long Neck, which pleases us, because we really like that area." Casella's has also found a num- ber of ways to become involved in civic and business activities in their area, sponsoring a tree at Grotto's Parade of Trees in Long Neck, to help support the SPCA. Casella's employees have adopted a family for the holidays, and Bob is ready to drive his classic '66 Chevy Impala Super Sport in both the Lewes and Rehoboth Christ- mas parades. His one-owner, low- mileage, white-on-black beauty should turn a few eyes on the pa- rade routes this season. Rubolin welcomes all to stop by Jim Cresson photo Casella's Subs and Steaks owner Bob Rubolin, left, and shop manager Heather Holston welcome all to come try the deli items and varied menu offerings at their 4 Peddlers Village location. Kerry Kester photo region, including O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA. Classic Construction and Remodeling starts up A new Cape Region contracting and remodeling business has be- gun. Rich Collins and his partner Bob Reid have begun the business Classic Construction and Remod- eling. "We plan to be on time and de- pendable," said Collins. The busi- ness does garages, additions, cos- metic restoration, remodeling etc. It specializes in small to medium size projects with an emphasis on dependable work that people can count on. "Let us do the worry- ing," Collins said, pledging that his business won't miss appoint- ments or leave people hanging while their home is being remod- Carter gallery opens Edward Carter, an artist for whom the Edward Carter Gallery is named, attended the Nov. 27 opening of the Lewes gallery's ex- hibit featuring original Ansel Adams photographs. In addition to Carter's work, some of which depicts scenes in Lewes, others exhibited at the gallery now include Chip Hooper, Paul Kozal, Kathleen T. Carr and Christopher Burkett. Shown are (l-r) Sally Packard, gallery proprietor; Carter; and Di- nah Reath, gallery proprietor. The gallery is on the ground level of the Inn at Canal Square in Lewes. eled. Contact the new business by telephone at 945-0667 or by fax at 945-7896 or contact Collins by pager at 441-7670. Broughton International welcomes shoppers Broughton International Inc. has opened its new Holiday Gift Shop, located within the First USA Riverfront Arts Center, Wilmington. The shop, which will he open daily from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., features a wide array of handcraft- ed items and gifts for all ages, in- cluding hand-enameled Christmas ornaments, a wide variety of hooks, ornate jewelry, decorative baskets and figurines, candle holders and more. The shop will be closed Dec. 24, 25 and 31. Casella's Subs and Steaks this season for a sample of the shop's courteous and quick service and its palate-pleasing menu. Prices are affordable; special orders are welcome, and party trays are available. Deliveries are made on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fri- days if called in by 10:30 a.m. Casella's Subs and Steaks is open daily, year round. For more information, call 945-8300. FREE Avoid Costly Construction Changes See Your Dream Home in 3 Dimensional Color before you build! We convert your ideas into Virtual Reality Color. 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