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January 3, 1997

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CAPE 3 - 49 New ROSE program features * --" --"- Troy Petals theatrical group " The newly created ROSE pro- gram (Reaching Out to Seniors Everywhere), is tbuching the lives of senior citizens in health care settings and throughout the com- munity. According to quality of life specialist Sheryl Kleinfeller, ROSE is available to provide re- sources for meaningful activities that enrich and enhance the lives of seniors wherever they may live. Akey feature of the newly initi- ated program ia the "Tiny Petals" intergenerational theatrical group which consist of 10, 11 and 12 year olds from the Rehoboth Beach area and senior activist Dave Palmer of Long Neck. These junior and senior thespians will be traveling to health care centers and other senior settings to pre- sent their dreams and to bring to- gether yesterday's children with today's children. Another feature of ROSE is "Rose Buddies," a visiting pro- gram for seniors who may be at risk for social isolation. "Rose Buddies" will provide opportuni- ties for meaningful interaction, so- cialization, and the sharing of life experiences. ROSE seeks to heighten the quality of life of seniors through infergeneradonal, social,, creative, musical and educational experi- ences designed to meet their indi- vidual and collective interests and needs. For more information about ROSE, call Sheryl Kleinfeller at 226-5462. Partnership formed for Old Fashioned Fourth It was recently announced by St6ve Pepper, mayor of George- town, that the Town and Owens Campus of Delaware Technical & Community College will be part- ners in the planning and imple- mentation of the "Olde Fashioned Sussex County July 4th Celebra- tion" in 1997. Next year will be the 16th year for the annual cele- bration. Due to the beginning of construction in mid-July for Phase II of the Student Services Com- plex on the college site where the festivities are usually held, the Owens Campus asked for assis- tance from local civic organiza- tions. With the town and the col- lege working as partners in 1997, next year will be a year of transi- tion enabling the town's civic or- ganizations to learn how to orga- nize the 1998 celebration. Deter- mining a site - or various sites connected by a shuttle service - will be the main priority in orga- nizing the 1998 celebration. Ac- cording to Dr. Tim Kavel, Owens Campus Director, both the Town and College feel the partnership will enhance the festivities and en- sure continued success. The "Tiny Petals" intergenererational theatrical group held their premier performance of the Christmas play, "Hand-me- down Hildy," at Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Cen- ter. Other performances are scheduled at health care facili- ties and senior settings throughout Sussex County. Cast members pictured are (back row, left to right), Sean Sweeney, David Palmer, Jessica Green. Susan Hamer and Quincy Kle- infeller are in the front row. ChildrenSMenu ,.,-, E  AMExViSaMc . 00IH Diners tSOTTAGE CAFE Food Prepared With Care, Served With Pride  . .. .....  {  { .... {.':#. 146th Street Ocean City, MD Rt. 1 Bethany Beach, DE (410) 250-1460 (302) 539-8710 MONDAY - Rib Night, Pull Rack of BBQ Ribs with 2 vegetables $9.95 TUESDAY - $3.00 Burger Night WEDNESDAY - Pasta light with garlic bread 8 salad $5.95 THURSDAY - Steak Night - N.Y. Strip or Filet with 2 vegetables $9.95 " FRIDAY b SATURDAY - Fresh Catch of the Day SUNDAY - Back by popular demand, Chicken 8 Dumplings $5.95 iiiiiii:iiiiiiii,,ii:i:::*ii71:i:i COM/NG SOON Closed 2 pm. December 24th & all day December 25th mmtmiSala 404A Rehoboth Avenue, 302-227-0934 ,J Sunda00/ Brunch Buffet l00a.m. - 2 p.m, Join us in Victoria's Restaurant for our Fabulous. Sunday Brunch, a celebration o fine foods and courteous service, Where the Ohly Thing We Overloo is the Ocean/ Sunday Brunch Includes: Complete Omelet Station with assorted toppings Carving Station Belgian Waffle Station with assorted toppings Full Raw Bar with Farm Raised Oysters, Shrimp, & Blue Crab Claws . Quiche Eggs Fresh, Seasonal Fruit Displays Chicken Entrees Beef Entrees Fresh Seafood Bacon & Sausag e Warm Rolls & Muffins Fresh Garden Vegetables Cold Salads Dessert Table featuring a variety of homemade desserts! ...and morel... Adults, $18.95; Children 5-12, $7.95; Children under 5, $3.95 Holiday Brunch Prices May Differ Next week! i The Cape Gazette. Pure and simple, the best local coverage of the Cape Region.