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SECOND PHASE NOW AVAILABLE Outdoor Resort Style Pool • Community Clubhouse • Fitness Center Walking Trails • Junction Breakwater Trail • Whites Pond Lots Starting in the High 200’s | NO BUILDER TIE-IN PHASE ONE SOLD OUT Sales Center Open Daily • 16258 Gills Neck Road • Lewes, DE Monday - Thrusday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Friday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Carrie Lingo Team | direct line (302) 500 - 1982 | office (302) 645 - 2207 TORN SCREENS? Yes, we can fix that! 302-515-4708 SCREENS BY SCOTT On-site Screen Repair/Replacement Windows, Doors and Patios Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2017 47 Lewes Realty announced the top listing and sales agents for the month of November. Both titles were awarded to partners Julie Grit- ton and Zack Sieber, rental and sales team. Gritton and Sieber have over 20 years of combined experience as realtors doing business in both sales and rentals for Lewes Realty. As a real estate team, they have sold over $30 million in real estate, and have handled over 200 sum- mer, seasonal and year-round rentals annually. It also gives them personal exposure to thou- sands of tenants who become potential buyers. Their personal knowledge of the complete real estate market gives clients the best opportunity to sell a home. Their philosophy is to give the best possible service to any- one needing assistance with all of their real estate needs. They go above and beyond for all of their customers and have received 99 percent sat- isfaction from their rental owners, ten- ants and sales customers. Gritton and Sieber have ex- perience in helping property investors, first-time home buy- ers and second home buyers find what they are looking for in their real estate endeavors. Their offices are at Lewes Realty, 418 E. Savannah Road, Lewes. For more information, call 302- 645-1955. Lewes Realty names top agents for November Julie Gritton Zack Sieber There's a new yoga business in town. Blue Space Yoga is now holding Yin, Restorative and Ha- tha Flow classes at Right Balance Studios in Lewes. The "blue space" is the feel- ing of peace and calm when in contact with a body of wa- ter. Megan McClure, owner of Blue Space Yoga, hopes to create that same effect when her stu- dents step on to their yoga mats. "The sight, sound, and feeling of water can have a healing ef- fect on mind, body and soul," she says. "It is my mission to help cultivate that same effect through yoga and meditation."  McClure is speaking from expe- rience. Anxiety and migraines are what led her to yoga. "I saw an incredible difference in both, and then there was a ripple effect into so many areas of my life."  McClure wants to make yoga accessible to everyone, and that includes affordability. "Classes start at $15 for a drop-in," she says. Multi-class packages are also available. "The more classes you buy, the more of a discount you will receive," she explains. And McClure understands taking a yoga class can be intimidat- ing, which is why she is offering students take their first class for free. "Finding the yoga studio that is the right fit can be a process. I know, for some people, it takes a lot to find their way into a yoga class. I want to make that deci- sion as stress-free as possible."  For more information, visit www. New yoga business comes to Lewes