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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 Kerry Kester photo Brisco benefit set Jan. 30 at BayCenter The big night has arrived! The Henry Lee Brisco Scholar- ship/Educational Fund Benefit Dance will be held at the Bay- Center in Dewey Beach from 8 p.m. to midnight, Friday, Jan. 30. Two of the local entertainers who will take to the stage in- clude pianist, singer and songwriter Doug James, left, and Funsters member Keith Mack. The Funsters and James will be joined by The Blues Gems and Esthelda Parker-Selhy's famous Tina Turner imitation that evening. Other highlights include raffles of donated goods and services, a cash bar and hors d'oeuvres donated by area restaurants. Tickets are $10 per person and available at the door. Funds will go to an educational fund set up for the four young sons of Henry Lee Brisco, who died of a massive heart attack last summer at the age of 42. Organizers are Cape Hen. lopen High School classmates, friends and colleagues. Funds will also be used to establish a Henry Lee Brisco Athletic Scholarship at Cape. For more information call Jackie Howell-Artis at 684-1745. Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club's 43rd annual Ham and Oyster Dinner slated for Feb. 7 The 43rd annual Ham and Oys- ter Dinner, sponsored by the Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club will be held Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Lewes Middle School cafeteria. The school is located on Savan- nah Road in Lewes. Famous for its hand-breaded, custom-fried oysters and freshly sliced ham, the annual dinner will begin at 4 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. The dinner is prepared by members of the cafe- teria staff at Lewes Middle School, working side-by-side with members of the Rotary Club. Ro- tary Club members are also assist- ed by boy scouts from Troop 1 in Lewes. In addition to ham and oysters, the traditional all-you- can-eat Sussex County dinner will include green beans, corn pone, stewed tomatoes, macaroni and cheese, Harvard beets, bread, cof- feeand dessert. Cost of tickets is $13 in advance or $14 at the door. Takeouts are available. Proceeds from the Ham and Oyster Dinner help fund a number of Rotary Club community ser- vice projects, including scholar- ships for Cape Henlopen High School and Beebe Nursing School students. Tickets are available from all members of Lewes-Re- hoboth Rotary Club, including Tom Bastholm, Jim Beebe, Jud Bennett, Bill Berry, Jane Brady, Hank lrittingham, Walt Bryan, Karsnitz, Halsey Knapp, Bob Tom Byrne, George Chambers, Lore, Herb Macia and Mike Bruce Chilcoat, Jim Clark, Rick Makowski. Also Debbie Mark- Cleaver and Mike Cohalan. Also, wood, Doug Marshall, Billy Mar- Rich Collins, Hap Crystal, A1 tin, Dan McCarthy, Dave Mc- Danegger, Connie Dulin, George Manus, Frank Mercer, Bob Raley, Elliott, Paul Flexer, Dennis For- Andrew Ratner, Tom Reale, Anis ney, Bill Gallery, Judy George- Saliba, Millard Wilbanks, Don Thompson, Joe Hudson, Wally Wilkinson, Bob Wotring and Bill Hudson, George Hunsicker, Craig Zeit. SAT., FEBRUARY 14th TUES., MARCH 17th Lunch & Egg Hunt with l00ighthouse estaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Dinner from 4 p.m. Open Friday throuc h Monday, 7 a.m.- 9 3.m.