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...................................................... =...~..~ .... _ _ mB~UliIlU, IHI Imll LUI[IL IILI Jl Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3- UONDA, DECEMBER 6, 2010 39 Delmarva Poultry industryfrom Delmarva Power. The Inc., the nonprofit trade associa- switch to the new electric tion for the peninsula's chicken provider will occur on each cus- industry, is forming its fifth mon- tomer's February meter reading ey-saving electric buying group date. for its members who are served Businesses and individuals by Delmarva Power. Interested with an average monthly bill of people and businesses need to $400 or more over the course of enroll by Monday, Dec. 6. * Because of electric deregula- tion in Delaware and Maryland, customers of Delmarva Power can switch electric suppliers and save money. Through itssfirst four electric buying groups', Del- marva Poultry Industry Inc. (DPI) members saved hundreds of thousands of dollars. The sav- ings are on the supply portion of the monthly electric bill. Del- marva Power will still serve par- ticipants in the DPI electric buy- ing grofip. The electric delivery will be provided by Delmarva Power, and any problems with service and power outages will continue to be handled by Delmarva Pow- er. The ne';v company will pro- vide the electric supply, and Del- marva Power will continue to be responsible for delivering it. Group participants will receive just one monthly electric bill a year are eligible to join the DPI group if they become 2011 DPI members with a dues payment Briefly )) of $50 or more by Friday, Dec. 31. The program is not limited to people and businesses in the chicken industry. Any business, regardless of its products and services, is eligible to join DPI to be part of the program. Farmers who do not grow chickens can join DPI to save money on their Delmarva Power bills. DPI expects to lock in a flat, i Christian Bookstore in Millsb0ro STORE CLOSING December 31, 2010 Now is the time to get your Christmas Gifts While Supplies Last. Clearance begins November 12TM to December 24TM ALL INVENTORY MUST GO! If interested in buying the business complete with on-line store, we will consider any offers. Call 302-934-8838 for details Millsboro Town Square (Food Lion) 28544 DuPont Blvd. Millsboro fixed-price electric rate per kilo- Details and required forms can watt hour for one to two years - be found on the DPI website 10 percent to 20 percent below Questions Delmarva Power's current de- about DPI membership can be fault-tariff supply rates, directed to Lori Morrow in the DPI will be soliciting licensed DPI office at 800-878-2449, and electric suppliers through a com- questions about the electric buy- petitive bidding process in early ing group itself can be directed December, and it plans to exe- to Ed lackson at Affinity Energy cute contracts before the end of Management at edjacksonener- the year. or 302-218-8920. The "Steeples of Historic Lewes" Learn more at- Subaru of Dover to host pet adoption event 20250 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 TY, IN C. "to a better way" 302-227-6131. 800 242-4213. e-mail at The Kent County SPCA will join the ASPCA and Subaru of America for its annual year-end Share the Love campaign and celebration. New car buyers/lessees can choose to have $250 donated among five charities - including the ASPCA. Subaru of Dover will have re- duced-rate.adoptions from 11 a.m. to 2 p:m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at the dealership at 1387 N. DuPont Highway. Animals younger than a year will be $60. Animals older than a year will be $35, and senior animals will be $20. Adoption rates will include spay/neuter surgery, microchip implant and age-appropriate vaccines. Dover Subaru will also donate a portion of its car sales during the event. The dealership will also have a Stuff the Subaru event for pet toys, food and treats; a cheerlead- ing demonstration; the Capitol Bell Ringers; Dover Fire Depart- ment; a bake table; a clarinet en- semble; and Santa Claus. For more information, visit kc- or aspca org/subaru. r Dewey Beach-Van Dyke Ave "Harbeson - Holl,mount Road Midway- Colonial East MHP Rehoboth Beach- Camelot MHP Harbeson business collects toys for needy Custom Framers Inc. General Contractor is collecting toys for Toys for Tots from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, un- til Monday, Dec. 20, at the office located at 26526 Lewes-George- town Highway, Harbeson. For more information, call 684-5377. 2 Bed, 2 Bath Beautifully Atlantic model furnished, ground floor end unit w/Screened porch! Community pool & tennis; biking distance to the beach. Offered @ $249,900. \ 4 bedroom, 4 Bath, W/2 car garage on 5.5 acres and yet still close to shopping and the beach. This is a custom built home with 9 foot ceilings throughout plus a large bonus room over garage. Asking $799,500. 3 Bed, 2 Bath double wide mobile home in Camelot MHP close to the beach and shopping. Master bedroom and bath remodeled and all major appliances have been replaced. Offered @ $39,500. 6 Bed, 5.5 bath Ocean front home with spectacular views of both the ocean and Rehoboth Bay. This is not just a location but rather a way of life. Offered @ $3,495,000, 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath like new double wide mobile home being sold furnished. Home is close to shopping and beaches :and is also close to community pool and playground. You can have your place at the beach for just $65,000.