Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
December 11, 1998     Cape Gazette
PAGE 51     (51 of 96 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 51     (51 of 96 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 11, 1998

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

CAPE G, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 - 51 Jen EIIIngsworth photo Busy filling up their carts at Rose's deparment store in the Rehoboth Mall, the Sussex Coun- ty Association of Realtors are wrapping up the holidays for needy children. Shown partici- pating in the community service project in the back row are (l-r) Jim Conlin, Anne Reese, Susie Savaresi, Amy Schrader of Jack Lingo, Carol Yetman, Melanie Fair of RE/MAX and Mary Maegerle. In front are Kathy Lougheed of Burton Realty, Barbara Dougherty of the Wooden Indian, Dottie Beane of L.L. Bean, Cindy Baker of Rehoboth Bay Realty, Barbara Mitchell of the Sussex County Association of Realtors board, Karen Shaud of Coldwell Banker, Bonnie Collins of Seacoast Realty, Margie Clark and Sandy Barker of Lewes Realty. Sussex Realtors wrap up holidays with needy children community service By Jen EUingsworth While they're usually on the road and on the phone helping others buy and sell property, members of the Sussex County Association of Realtors didn't have to sell themselves on the idea of gift-giving for needy children. The holiday season finds mem- bers of this local organization in the stores helping to wrap up Christmas for those less fortunate. Using approximately $33,000 netted at an auction for needy children in October at the Bay- center in Dewey Beach, the asso- ciation will spread the wealth of a very successful year of real estate to children all over the county this Christmas. The Sussex County Association of Realtors is a trade organization that includes between 750 and 800 Realtors that practice in Sussex County and the surrounding areas. One of four professional Real- tor trade associations in Delaware for individuals involved in the real es-tate industry, the association provides programs, products and services for its membership. The gift-giving community ser- vice project, an annual endeavor by the group, will benefit 276 needy children in Sussex County, said Cindy Baker of Rehoboth Bay Realty, chair of the auction and the drive. The money raised by the auc- tion this year exceeded last year's total of $19,000. The event included silent and live auctioning of items such as gift baskets, time shares and all- expense paid vacations. Realtors and their friends loaded up carts full of clothing and toys at Rose's department store in the Rehoboth Mall last week in preparation for wrapping and sending off to anxious fami- lies. While essentials such as hats, coats and gloves are high.on their 7 ............. lists, many project participants Continued on page 52 EQUESTRIAN FARM 5-acre, 3-corrat horse farm complete with riding rin, 10-stall state-of-the-art barn, a shop with three additional stalls, a 3 BR, 2 BA home and a 1 BR, 1 BA apartment. This extraordinary property is centrally located between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach and will pay for itself with $50,000 annual earning potential. A great opportunity any way you slice it. $250,000 Contact Skip Faust for specifics and a personal tour of Windswept Stables. I1 Als lk fr ur full page ad ill IIlml in the Cape Gazette REHOBOTH II II II (302) 227-5000 __ Seaview -- Three bed- rooms, two baths, large kitchen, screened porch at Ocean Farm. Mayfield -- A favorite: vaulted ceiling, three bedrooms, two baths at the Plantations. Brookfield -- Vaulted ceiling, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sunroom, patio at Overbrook Shores. Beachhaven--Lakefront two story, open great room, first-floor master, porch at Plantations. East Bay -- Three master The Parkview - Open bedrooms suites, three space, vaulted great private baths, fireplace at room, three bedrooms, the Plantations. 2-1/2 baths, Ocean Farm Country Life Homes builds custom-designed one and two-story homes on the East Coast of Sussex County -- in some of the most desirable locations. Call or come by one of our offices today. Tour these custom-built models -- by Couhtry Life Homes, Delaware's Diamond Builder. COUNTRY LIFE HOMES. 1539 Highway One, Lewes, DE 302.644.3000 Ocean Farm, Bethany, DE 302.537.4020 Plantations, Lewes, DE 302.645.2727 Route 26, Ocean View, DE 302.537.3200 I sRoKERs WE'COME ! I