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60 - CAPE G.TYE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 Delaware Seashore Preservation Campaign '98 kicks off in region The Delaware Seashore Preser- vation Foundation began its capi- tal campaignon Jan. 15, to raise $500,000 to restore the old Indian River Lifesaving Station. The campaign began with an over- whelming response and already, organizers said, the foundation has gained more than 40 new members and raised $8,575 to- ward its goal. "As with any project of this magnitude, it takes time and mon- ey," said Executive Director Char- ity Shankle. The renovation and construction of the station and an- cillary buildings will cost the foundation between $800,000 and $1.3 million. The foundation must raise $300,00 by July 1998 in or- der to meet the state's requirement for the funds already recieved. In order to raise these funds, the foundation kicked off its capital campaign. The foundation is of- feting the general public a way to become involved in the restora- tion effort by selling bricks for $50 each. Each brick purchased will be engraved with the donor's name, and the brick will be placed on a permanent walkway at the old Indian River Lifesaving Sta- tion. To order, a brick, call the foun- dation at 227-0478 or contact any board member. Those who donate $1,000 or more to the capital campaign will be recognized by a special "donors' wall," which will be L I -lll I,d ""'"'" ICe" i:: il pr, Z.- - H . %"" k- |  ,  " *--!j_i:!;;!l I ! ,trt' I 1 . . l 1 I I IIIIIHII IIIAI.! " IOHEMATIC .SITE. PLAN. : The Delaware Seashore Preservation Foundation has kicked off its capital campaign in an effort to raise $500,000 to restore the old Indian River Lifesaving Station. Bricks are being sold for $50 each and will be engraved with the donor's name and placed on a permanent walkway at the lifesaving station. placed in the museum. "The building bricks of any city are its people," Shankle said. "Your name engraved on a brick today will be your legacy for the future." The foundation has contracted with Viking Industries for the re- moval of dilapidated tanks and Marcor Environmental has been hired to remove the asbestos and lead paint from the structures. The site plans have been drawn and the foundation hopes to open the project to the public by June 1998. For more information on how to become a member of the founda- tion or on donating funds to the capital campaign, call the founda- tion at 227-0478. Mano's benefit slated for Feb. 8 Mano's Restaurant & Bar on Wilmington Avenue in Rehoboth Beach was heavily damaged by a New Year's Eve blaze and they are in the process of rebuilding in anticipation of reopening within the next couple of months. While reconstruction of the sec- ond and third floors and renova- tion of the restaurant are under- way, the owners, who lived in the upstairs apartments, have had to relocate. Co-owners Helen Heg- land, Dan Broeker and Gregg Pe- terson are living in Dewey Beach until completion, which is expect- ed in April. In the meantime, a group of their friends and loyal customers are getting together to organize a show-of-support party for the owners to help them recover from the fire. The party will take place from 2 to 5 p.m., on Sunday, Feb. 8, at Cloud 9 Restaurant, 234 Re- hoboth Ave. Contributions to help the Mano's owners will be re- One.ted at the door and Cloud 9 will provide complimentary hors d'oeuvres. There will be a cash bar at happy-hour prices. Every- one who enjoys lunches, dinners and brunches at Mano's is urged to attend. & "00londay Night *lO00Entr00es r--20 ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM-- I Indudes: Salad, Rolls, Vegetable DuJoor and choice of Potato (Baked, Mashed, or Sweet PoL Fries) 73 Miidway Shopping Centel BAKED SHRIMP ROSE & CROWN FILLET HILANO VEAI, MARSALA CRAB IMPERIAL STEAK CHESAPEAKE GRILLED DUCK BREAST CAJUN PECAN CATFISH VEGETABLE PASTA FETTUCCINE ALFREDO FRENCH ONION CHICKEN STUFFED FLOUNDER AND MOREl WINTER DINNER SPECIALS AVAIL. WED. & m V FOUR COURSE GOURMET DINNKR $58.00 PER COL?I Shrimp Cocktail Soup of the Day or House Salad Ch6ice of: Stuffed Rockfish with Crab Imperial Filet and Lobster Coquflle St. Jacques Fresh Baked Dessert Beverage All Meals include 2 Vegetables and French Bread Served Edday, Saturday and Sunday _ ,3, ,4 .d t5 lazz Piano Each Night  'Vdenne's ;glt 7lowers for t adt For Reservations Call 302-227-4227 Regular Menu Also Available Itua00'i00us00 T., T00rz Or Tzx00 :y Steak00 S0af00d S00ecials 3 IVlidi 'aye; )ppin OF SALES ON ISAr GO TO I Pa$l Prlenoly CAPE HENLOPEN ATHLETIC DEPT. I Service Family Fun Chicl Poibs FAST Lunchwagon Menu DAILY