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! i 54 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 - MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 "AI"LIFE Cape Gazette VIA J Continued from page 52 i cluding the Chocolate Festival, St. Nicholas Tea, Holly Days, Cottage Tour, Rehoboth Art League, dunes planting and beach work, VIA Gardens, Mos- quito Lady, ischool education, golf tournament, fire depart- ment, VIA COokbook, beach and boardwalk care, area charities, Cape Henlopen Lighthouse and the VIRs 100-Year Anniversary Celebration.! After lunCh, attendees were treated to a walk down memory lane through fashion and popular . i music produced over the last 100 years featuring VIA members" modeling outfits depicting each decade of the past 100 years. Natalie Becker led the fashion parade and Strolled the Board- walk in 1909 to 'Tklexander's Rag- time Band"; Roaring '20s Flapper Gal Sandy Roberts charlestoned through the dining room to "Five Foot Two Eces of Blue"; and Kathy Kra/ewski portrayed the 1930s as the Great Depression's Apple Annie begging to the strains of "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime." Phyllis Stone as I 1940s Rosie The Riveter lowed, strutting to "The Bc W0ogie Bugle Boy of Com B"; while Carolyn Billingsl terbugged around the tabl, the 1950s hit "Rock Aroum Clock." Far Out Hippie C fol- ,ogle pany iit- .'s to l the hick Patty Derrick grooved to the '60s song "Wild Thing,', while, trut- ting through the 1970s, Lot fine Marino danced to 'qtsy I litsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polk Dot Bikini." Jan "Sue Ellen" Ma :lack wore spandex from the 198)s to shoot JR during the D;tllas Theme Song"; Ronnie Lutz,'am- paigned for Bill Clinton iz, the 1990s wearing a navy blue )eret to "Wedding Bell Blues,: and show stopper Joanne Dei tore, representing the future o1" the VIA, hopped on her Vespa and ended the fashion show t( the song "Biker Chick." The Hats Off to the Ne 100 Years in VIA Hat Contest in- ners were also announced: most humorous, Margaret SpuCgat; most inventive, Jeanne Fox;[ best vintage, Gladys Kellner; most glamorous, Barbara Gehlert; and overall best in show, loan Stevens. i For more information about the VIA, call 227-1631. i Put your cass=,d message n 116 local i across Maryland, Dekare and DoC forone ! i . | Over $ Million Readers NgSfor 25 words CALL MDDC PRESS SERVICE Be Delaware's Biggest Loser!! Join our Weight-Loss Challenge Where You Can Lose Weight & Gain Money $$$ WE LOST 916 POUNDS!!!! Join oux Clmllenge for only $35 & YOU will receive: Your own Pasonal Coach FREE Body Analysis - up to $85 Value lnfonnatkmal Class group support & much, much mine! l Class Begins: Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays in JAN 2010 To Pre-register or for more info, call: Shake It Up 302-360-8488 or Register online: Bring 3 Friends with you & receive a free gift I [ Registration money is paid out in cash prizes to the winners. Specific rules will be in place to keep everyone consistent. [ i