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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 3 - January 9, 1997 Tickets on sale for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. dinner; parade set Jan. 18 Highlighting the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday com- memorative weekend celebration in Sussex County from Saturday, Jan. 18 through Monday, Jan. 20, 1997 will be a parade, dinner the- ater and worship service. The 1997 theme is "celebrating an American hero." A first of its kind dinner theater will be held at the Bay Center in Dewey Beach. The show, "Black History on Pa- rade" will be presented by the Great Commission Drama Society and will be directed by Marci Tilghman-Bryant. The production is a chronologi- cal presentation of historical events beginning with slavery through to the civil rights move- ment and beyond. The show will be performed in parade fashion presenting several historical facts and achievements by African Americans. The Great Commission Drama Society, consisting of 22 mem- -bers, was founded in 1986 by Marci Tilghman-Bryant, with the purpose of providing alternative family entertainment and a stimu- lating learning environment for all people. Bryan Clark, singer, performer and entertainer and impersonator will provide special entertainment during dinner. Clark has per- formed with legends such as Sam- my Davis, Jr. Marion McGhee, weather fore- caster for a news show on WBOC-TV-16, will serve as the master of ceremony for the evening, and Dewey Beach Mayor Robert G. Frederick will extend remarks on behalf of the Town of Dewey Beach. Tickets for the dinner theater are now on sale and may be pur- chased by calling Linda Bonville at 645-7544 or Janie Miller at 227-3118. The donation is $25 for adults, and $12 for children 15 and under. 42nd Lewes-Rehoboth Rotarians prepare for Ham and Oyster Dinner Preparations are underway for the 42nd annual Ham and Oyster Dinner sponsored by the Lewes- Rehoboth Rotary Club. This year's dinner will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1 in the Lewes Middle School cafeteria on Sa- vannah Road in Lewes. Members of the service organization will begin serving at 4 p.m. and con- tinue until 7 p.m. The dinner includes fried oys- ters, sliced ham, green beans, Sus- sex County corn bread, cole slaw, stewed tomatoes, macaroni and cheese, coffee and dessert. "This is one of the finest meals you'll ever eat," said Craig Karsnitz, chairman of this year's event. "We bread and fry each oyster and people tell us every year that these are the best fried oysters they ever eat." Tickets for this event, which serves as the major fund-raiser for Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary, are $13 in advance and $14 fit the door. The cost for children under 12 years old is $4. Tickets are avail- able from any member of Rotary or at the door the night of the din- ner. Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club is a community service organization which supports a number of chari- table events each year including scholarships for students at Cape Henlopen High School and Beebe School of Nursing, an annual Christmas Dinner for area senior citizens 75 and over, holiday bas- kets for needy families, and a vari- ety of other efforts. For further information about the dinner call 645-4567 or 645- 0663. Members of Lewes-Rehob, oth Rotary Club include T'om Bastholm, James Beebe .Jr., William Berry, Charles Blancken, Jane Brady, Hank Brittingh;am, State offers guide on arrowheads The University of Delaware's Department of Anthropology, through a-grant from the Delaware Historic Preservation Office, Di- vision of Historical and Cultural Affairs, has produced a new edu- cational guide entitled "A Guide to Prehistoric Arrowheads and Spear Points of Delaware". Writtenby Dr. Jay Custer, Pro- fessor of Anthropology at the Uni- versity of Delaware, the educa- tional guide is a handy reference to help collectors, study groups and students determine the age of prehistoric projectile points found in Delaware and the Delmarva Peninsula in general. The 48-page reference guide has several educational sections ranging from the actual descrip- tion of what projectile points are, diagrams and graphs of how to identify and date each type that a collector has found and a section outlining the early history of American Indian occupation in Delaware. The first printing of this guide is free to the public while supplies last. For more information on how to receive the guide, conttact Alice Guerrant at the State His- toric Preservation Office at (302) 739-5685. IRISH EYES Tom Byrne, George Chambers, Bruce Chilcoat, Rick Cleaver, Rich Collins, Harry "Hap" Crys- tal, and Connie Dulin. Also, George Elliott, Paul Flex- er, Dennis Forney, Bill Gallery, Susan Giove, Judy George- Thompson, Joe Hudson, Wally Hudson, George Hunsicker, Craig Karsnitz, Halsey Knapp, Bob Lore, Herb Macia, Mike Makows- ki, Debbie Markwood, Doug Mar- shall, Billy Martin, Dan Mc- Carthy, Dave McManus, and Frank Mercer. Also, Bob Raley, Andrew Ratner, Tom Reale, Anis Saliba, Don Wilkinson, Milliard Wilbanks, Bob Wotring, and Bill Zeit. Waterfront Angler's Road Lewes Harbor 645-6888 OPEN THURS- SIUN 11:30 A.M - 10:00 P.M. HAPPY HOUR + MUNCHIES Friday 11T THE BAR 4:00 - ? I BRUNCH & REG. MENU , A.M./-ao P.M. There will be no tickets sold at the held on Monday, Jan 20 at Wesley door. Chapel United Methodist Church The worship service will be in Slaughter Neck. -- RD 293 HARBESON -- Live Orchid Plants In Bloom "00asi6 rorTdgt'in the home." 115 Free Lunchtime Deliver00 To Your Office Place of Business* 945-8300 6 TELEVISIONS FOR ALL THE SPORTS