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Donnls Fomey photo Lewes church hosts Bible study group For the past several weeks, and for the next couple, members of the six United Methodist churches in the Bethel-Groome Charge and the Lewes Charge have been meeting jointly on Wednesday nights for a series of Bible studie& The Rev. Tim Duffield (foreground) and the Rev. Charles Moyer (in background, front pew) have worked together to coordinate the ses- sions held at a different church each week. The churches of Rev. Duffield's Lewes Charge in. elude John Wesley in Belltown; Israel, near the Plantations; St. Paul's in Lewes; and Mt. Pleasant in Rehoboth. Moyer's churches include Bethel and Groome. For further information about the Bible studies call Rev. Duffield at 645-7756 or Rev. Moyer at 645-7231. Garden newsletter available I tom Extension Garden Check, a newsletter published by the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension is available for subscribers at $12 for 10 issues per year. The eight- page newsletter, published month- ly from March through Novem- ber, is written by specialists in horticulture, entomology and plant disease, In addition to infor- mative articles, the publication of- fers tips on pruning, garden sani- tation and weed control, as well as information concerning environ- mental issues. To subscribe, send a check for $12 payable to the University of Delaware to Garden Check, 910 S. Chapel Street, LID Cooperative Extension, Newark, DE 19716- 1303. For more information, call Judy Magee, subscription manag- er at (302) 831-1067. C.mRon00 31 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach Think Spring! Ladies' Sweaters & Blouses Starting at only $19.99 Men's Spring Specials, too! .,Jr Fine Apparel for Men & Women OPEN DALLY Year Round I I CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 - 27 r Lewes student to compete in National Teen-Ager Pageant Christina Gue, age 13, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gue of Lewes, has been selected as a finalist in the 1997 Delaware National Teen-Ager Scholarship Program, slated for Rehoboth Beach Convention Center March 14-16. The Delaware National Teen- Ager Scholarship Program is the official state finals to the 26th An- nual National Teen-Ager Pro- gram, set for Opryland USA, to be held Aug. 3-10 and nationally televised. There will be a state winner and four runners-up in two age divisions: 13-15 and 16-18. The winner in each age division will receive a Savings Bond, a trip to Opryland and a full tuition modeling scholarship from John Robert Powers, valued at $1,000. The Senior Delaware Teen- Ager will also receive a full tu- ition scholarship to the Art Insti- tute worth $11,500, and a full two year tuition scholarship to Okla- homa City University worth over $14,000. The Delaware National Teen-Ager Scholarship Program will be awarding over $60,000 in tuition scholarships from various universities during the weekend event. Also, every participant will receive a $200 scholarship to the John Robert Powers School of Modeling. Jodie Mastromatteo of Wilm- ington and Marisa Erdman of Millsboro were selected as the 1996 senior and junior Delaware Na- tional Teen- Agers respec- tively. Marie Hickey of Kentucky was chosen Miss National Teen-Ager, GUE with Nicole Cabral of Hawaii, Miss Junior Na- tional Teen-Ager, receiving a $5,000 cash scholarship. Each contestant accepted has the option to participate in the Volunteer Community Service Program of America's National Teen-Ager, which teaches them to share and to participate in school and civic activities. They will be judged on scholastic achievement, leader- ship, communications skills, ap- pearance, poise and personality. There is no swimsuit competition and talent may be presented at the option of the participant or an oral essay can be recited. Gue is being sponsored by Mer- it Financial, Chatelaine's and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Piper and family. Two lamb chops, grilled to a mint ie. Wine : .:opoddoo [d)ornot Sauvignon 325 gs Grilled Pork Loln an applack cider cream and sautl wild mushrooms, Whne suggesln: Chardonnay 3.25 glass EARLY BIRD MENU $12.9S iAll entrees are sewed with a field green garden salad, fresh vegetable and chef's choice of starch) Monday thru Saturday 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. ALL NIGHT SUNDAY Grilled Lamb Steak and Cake Choos A center-cut New York Strip steak &k-- cooked to your specificaons, eoul ath a jumbo lump crab cake. Wine suogeslion: Co00oadgo Ram Noir 3.25 glass Flounder Victoria's Filel of Flounder stuffed h shrimp imperial, baked until oaden brown. W'm suogeon: Copperidge White Tmfandel 3.25 gss Style, Grace, Sophistication Fresh Baked Breakfast Croissants Creole Sea Scallops Cream of Crab Soup Inthe Four amow6 Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Wfy go anywhere else when you can dine at Victoria's ? "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Full Children's Menu for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Stuffed Oysters New York Strip Steak and several other delectable selections t.. Restaurant Olive Ave & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615