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Seventh Chocolate Festival set for Rehoboth March 22 Rehoboth Beach Main Street will sponsor the Seventh Annual Chocolate Festival which will be held on Saturday, March 22 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Conven- tion Center in Rehoboth Beach. Admission is $2 and includes three tastes. Children under 5 are free. Extra tastes will cost $.50 each. This year's Chocolate Festival will feature a Chocolate Baking Contest open to anyone who wants to enter. There will be four categories, Professionals/Restaurants, Ama- teur, Children and new this year, will be Decorative Show Pieces. There will be prizes and ribbons for all categories. All entries should be brought to Convention Hall between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Entry forms will be available throughout Rehoboth and Lewes, through the newspa- pers and by calling 227-2772. There are seven categories which may be entered for Show BEER CASE LIQUOR / t.75 LITER LIQUOR 1.75 LITER Fireworks Continued from page 46 Mike Bayside at the Rusty Rudder on Feb. 21 and Feb. 28. Pledge forms for the Ice Plunge (or dipping in Softubs on the Rud- der deck that day, are available at the following locations: 1776 Steak House, Anderson's Carpet One, Boston's of Rehoboth, Bill's Sports Shop and Bait and Tackle, The Great American Diner, Fins and Feathers Pet Store, Holland Jewelers, Ocean Bay Mart Amo- co, Rehoboth Beach Pharmacy, Rick Cleaver of Benefits Consul- tants, the Rusty Rudder, Seashore Builders, Softubs of Rehoboth, Tecot Electric, Wright' Chrysler Plymouth, Sussex Family. YMCA, and Gape Gazette, Rehoboth fireworks contribu- tions to Main Street as of Feb. 18 include: Opening Barrage ($1,000 ma- Pieces, Professionals/Restaurants, and Amateurs. They are cookies, cakes, brownies, pies, cheese- cakes, candy and most unusual (anything chocolate not listed). The categories for kids 12 and un- der are cookies, brownies, candy, cakes and most unusual. To date, the following local vendors will be featured at festival this year: Ibach's Candy by the Sea, Snyders Candy, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Harry & David and homemade fudge from the Sea Shell Shop. Vendors will feature Easter Candy. There will be egg decorat- ing, raffles, refreshments, and puppet man for the children. The doors will open at 11 a.m. For more information, call Anne Marie Burnell, program director for Rehoboth Beach Main Street and chairman of this event at 227- 2772, fax at 227-0149 or Kathy Kramedas at 227-8592. Volunteers for the event are still needed. jor sponsor) - Browseabout Books; $250 - Sussex County Coun- cilman George Cole councilmanic funds; $200 - Comcast Cablevision; A Whistler ($100) - The Cof- fee Mill, Superkind, The Mizzen Mast, County Bank, Ben & Jer- ry's, Candy Kitchen, L.A. Con- nection, Delaware Coast Press, Plaza Gourmet, North Shores, Inc., Mellon Bank, Sir Guy's, Crysti & Company, Crowley As- sociates Realty, Jim & Ellen Smith and Victor Kamber; Miscellaneous - Caf Papil- lion, Rose Miachi, Delores and Cecil Willis and Johnathan Blake and Elizabeth Shriver; i Main Street needs to raise an es- timated $30,000 in order to fi- nance a fireworks display on July 6. Additional fund sponsors are welcome. For more information call 945- 2050. Sussex County's Best Selection Of Wines Wrlte00 Fo,00 Yo00! Writing Services For busy folks, seniors, brides-to-be, and for all who are visually impaired,, physically challenged, or in need of help with written English. Letters of all kinds Invitations, announcements Thank-you notes Free initial consultation Convenient, affordable Experienced staff Fax service Visa, MasterCard accepted CALL 226-1971 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 21- February 27, 1997 - 51 -- Wine & Spirits- NEW LOW PRICES CHARDONNAY 7SOML Benziger $10.99 Canyon Road $6.99 Ch. St. Jean $9.99 C.K. Mondavi $5.99 Clos Du Bois $9.99 Estansia Res. $16.99 Far Niente $28.99 Ferrari Carano $18.99 Geyser Peak $7.99 J. Phelps $14.99 Jordan $18.99 Lindemans $6.99 Luna Di Luna $9.99 Meridian ..... $8.99 Mer Soleil = $26.99 M.G. Vallejo $3.99 Rodney Strong $11.99 Round Hill (1.5) $13.99 Silverado $14.99 Mill Creek $10..99 Forest Glen $8.99 SAUVIGNON BLANC Ch. ST. Jean $6.99 Corbett Canyon $3.99 Alderbrook $8.99 Kenwood $7.99 Kendall Jackson$9.49 Robert Pepi $13.99 Buena Vista $7.49 Markham $9.49 Silverado $8.99 Forest Glen $899 CABERNET Sterling $14.39 Altamura $24.99 Ch.Ste. Michele $13.49 C.K. Mondavi $5.99 Chateau Greysac $10.99 CI0s B0is Briarcrest $17.59 Ge0rges Dub0euf $5.99 Louis Martini $8.99 Kenw00d (J.P.L0r) $21.99 Markham $16.25 Schafer $23.95 Sequoia Grove $16.99 Stags Leap $19.39 Sterling $14.39 Sterling Diamond ML $17.59 Talus $7.99 MERLOT Round Hill $8.99 Canyon Road $8.49 Chat Souverain $11.99 Clos Du Bois $15.39 Columbia Crest $12.99 Domaine Caton $6.99 .Hahn $10.39 Evan & Tate $15.99 Louis Martini $7.99 Rosemount $9.49 i; Santa Alicia $7,29 Santa Carolina $5.99 Sle' Ichetle (C, Creek) $22.99 Monterey (1.5) $12.99 Mill Creek $13.99 ZINFANDEL 750 ML Ravenswood $9.85 Ridge $18.99 Frog's Leap $15.99 PINOT NOIR 750ML Jekel $11.99 Napa Ridge $6.99 Steding Winery Lake $14.39 Wild Horse $13.99 Sale Ends February 27th