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InterFaith to benefit from Dec. 8 house tour InterFaith Mission of Sussex County, a local nonprofit housing development organization, is inviting the community to join in a series of holiday events that will benefit its housing and education programs. The Candlelight Holiday Home Tour at Bear Trap Sunday, Dec. 8, is the first to be held at the Carl M. Freeman resort community. Tickets are $10 and may be pur- chased by calling 537-6371. The event runs from 4 to 7 p.m. and proceeds benefit InterFaith Mission. Bethany Beach Books will host a book sale benefit, Fri- day, Dec. 13, on behalf of Inter- Faith Mission. Customers may shop from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. that day, and 20 Regulations Continued from page 74 termined a 30-day extension to be a reasonable accommodation to allow the companies to make the required changes to their proce- dures. "My decision was based on the belief that increased compliance can be achieved by ensuring that percent of their purchases will support InterFaith, provided cus- tomers request it. At checkout, customers are asked to inform the sales associate that they would like to support In- terFaith Mission. The organization will also hold its holiday pin sale and open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 18, at its office, located at 94 White's Neck Dr. in White's Neck Village. House pins and other holiday styles will be available for sale, ranging in price from $10 to $20. All proceeds support InterFaith housing pro- grams. For more information on any of these events, call 53%9773. Beady Worn to dose its doors Dec. 21 Bearly Worn Shop will close its doors Saturday, Dec. 21. All those who have clothes in the shop are asked to pick them up by that date; all items not picked up the regulated community has am- ple time to develop their operating procedures," said Hughes He said he will provide special department assistance to companies so they can make the required changes as soon as possible. In return, Hughes is requesting voluntary early compliance from companies if they complete their procedural changes before Dec. 11. will be donated. Those who need information about their account are asked t0 call before Dec. 21, because the owners will be out of town Dec. 24 through Jan. 4. New Dimension Homes honors Sam Warren New Dimension Homes of Long Neck recently announced Sam Warren was the Salesperson of the Month for June, July, Au- gust and September. She has been a sales consultant at the company since February 2002. New Di- mension Homes of Long Neck is the exclusive sales agent for Pot- Nets Communities and has ll consultants available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week, to show homes and assist with new and preowned home sales. For more information about the com- munity, call 945-3820 or 877- 634-6637. Wal-mart supports LRAC Dec. 7 Shoppers who visit the Re- hoboth Beach Wal-Mart between 7 a.m. and noon, Saturday, Dec. 7, will support the ministries of the Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Churches. Associates of the Rehoboth Beach Wal-Mart have selected the Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Churches as the recipient of its Charity Appeal event, which will donate a portion of the net sales INCORPORATED Michael Quinn and his staff at First Source are pleased to Offer: Programs available fort Purchases Refinances Second or Vacation Homes Investment Properties New Construction Cash-out Refinance Loan Specialists Available for Consultation and Information. 1540 HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES (302) 645-8101 Rates & Terms subject to change Equal Opportunity Lender CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 - 79 during the designated time to the charity. Money donated to the group will help fund the association's work in the community, including Lend-A-Hand, which helps indi- viduals and families avoid home- lessness. The local charity is one of more than 2,700 across the country to benefit from Wal- Mart's annual Charity Appeal event, in which all Wal-Mart stores and Supercenters will do- nate a portion of their net sales to nonprofit organizations. Stores raised $5.2 million during this event last year and are expected to increase that amount this year. 2 miles to BetMn Office 002) 541-5000 r STERLINC, St00UAR[ R[-TAIL/Oi'i'IC[ SPAC[ Located Route 9 & Airport Road near the CHEER Center in Georgetown. Beautiful new building No Cam fee $12.00 sq. ft. City Water & Sewer ONLY 2 SUITES LEFT IN BUILDING ONE % Call for information (302) 226-2060