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Cape Gazette Briefly )) EXIT Realty supports Habitat for Humanity EXIT Realty was the full cor- porate sponsor of five more Habitat for Humanity homes in 2010, bringing the total to 16 completed across the United States and Canada since the be- ginning of its partnership. EXIT Realty recommitted its support during its recent annual conven- tion in Dallas, Texas, by pledging another $313,000 bringing the to- tal amount dedicated to $2 mil- lion to date. EXIT real estate agents from across the continent participate in home builds, and a portion of every transaction fee collected by EXIT Realty Corp. Interna- tional is pledged to Habitat for Humanity. For more information about EXIT Realty's work with Habitat for Humanity, visit For more information about Habitat for Humanity, visit Josephine's Daughter to host open house Josephine's Daughter will host a holiday open house from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday Dec. 5, with re- freshments, sale prices and prize drawings. The boutique and gallery is at 128 Second St., Lewes. Those who ask for a Josephine's Daughter rewards card will get a 25 percent off shopping spree. For details, call 302-703-2874 or visit josephines- daughter.dorn. Local dog trainer earns mentor certification K-10 Dog Training owner and trainer Nancy LaFontaine has become an Animal Behavior College mentor. She is currently an Animal Behavior College cer- tiffed dog trainer. As a mentor, she will be training those who wish to become dog trainers through Animal Behavior Col- lege. For information about pup- pies or dogs, call LaFontaine at 236-2497 or visit info@kl0train- Lia Sophia names top. sales adviser Lia Sophia recently announced top honors for its Excellent Be- ginnings Program achievers for their outstanding sales accom- plishmems and professionalism. Lisa Garrison has earned this ac- complishment in the first 15 weeks of working for the compa- ny by meeting certain sales lev- els and by sharing Lia Sophia with other new advisers. Reach Garrison at Garrison- Dell 88, Seacoast Salon collect food for needy Deli 88 and Seacoast Salon, lo- cated in the Coastal Plaza Shop- BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FR,Da, DECEMBER 3-MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 45 ping Center on Routte 1 in Lewes, will collect nonperishable food items through Monday; Dec. 20, for the Cape Henlopen Food Basket. Customers of any Coastal Plaza business, including At- . lantic Cellular, Fast Signs, Drag- on's Lair, John Brady Attorney at Law, or Bill's Sport Shop - or any- one driving by - may bring canned goods and other nonper- ishable items to Deli 88 or Sea- coast Salon and receive a free cup of coffee at Deli 88 and $1 off services at Seacoast Salon. Repair shop sponsors food drive for Casa At the Beach Repairs and Maintenance is sponsoring a food drive to benefit Casa San the Rehoboth Beach KmartFriday; Dec. 17. Gifts may be re- Francisco. Donations may be store, turned to the Kmart customer dropped off from 10 a.m. until 2 People from the community service desk wrapped or un- p.m., Monday through Friday, un- may select one or more tags and wrapped. CHEER volunteers til Monday, Dec. 20, at the office purchase the gift(s). Though en- will distribute the gifts and a hot located at 26526 Lewes-George- couraged, the gifts do not have to meal on Christmas Day. For de- town Highway, Harbeson. For be purchased at Kmart, but they tails, call 856-5187, or go to Kmart. more information, call 684-5377. must be returned to the store by Kmart, CHEER kick off Giving Tree for seniors Kmart and CHEER kicked off the Giving Tree holiday project that benefits mature adults throughout Sussex County. Tags bearing the gender and age of Sussex County mature adults, along with an item they would very much like to have for Christmas, are placed on a Christmas tree near the front of Home-Buying Power at the Delaware Beaches Search a complete list of homes at the beach at For details, call me at 800-321-3839. Pat Hearn Gllib, REALTORr 16712 Kings Highway, Prudential Lewes, DE '9958 302-645-6661, ext. 114 302-236-1143 (direct) Community Unity Spaghetti Dinner Sunday, Dec 5th 4-7PM at the Convention Center, presented by Main Street and provided by the famous Nicola's Pizza. It's a fantastic meal, featuring spaghetti, meatballs, a salad bar and bottled water by Dos Locos, sodas by Grotto Pizza, coffee by Coffee Mill, awesome breads by Bake Shoppe and desserts by CAMP Rehoboth. There is entertainment by the Tim Laushey Trio plus a Santa Claus for kids of all ages. Face painting by Rehoboth Co-op Preschool! Ornament decorating by Creatable Crafts! Tickets sold at the door: $8 dollars per person, free admission for kids under 6. Also at Community Unity, Main Street bestows its Citizen of the Year. Bring your canned goods for a food drive benefiting Casa San Francisco, Sussex County Food jo= Bank and Jusst Sooup Ministry. Raffles and great prizes! Come dine downtown with us! Hometown Christmas Parade Monday, December 6th along Rehoboth Avenue beginning at 6:30PM. Line-up starts at 4:30. Call 302-519-1020 for a parade application. Support downtown Rehoboth Beach businesses this holiday! Business hours, holiday specials & more holiday information: Hometown Partners thtl mda mte" REHOBOTH BEACH I _UNIT Y SPOTLIGHT. ,. ,. REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE