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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 Funsters to perform at benefit Sussex Pines dance March 14 The Funsters, the popular local musicians who always attract a great crowd, will be enter- taining at a Dance and Silent Auction from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., on Saturday, March 14, at Sussex Pines Country Club east of Georgetown. All of the proceeds will go to a scholarship fund that is the brainchild oJ Sussex Pines members Kathy Booth of Georgetown, Dawn Godfrey and Adele Powers of Rehoboth Beach, Julie Tigue, JoAnn Bradley and Bruce Gardener of Lewes, and Lisa Warrington of Millsboro. They held a dance last fall at Sussex Pines and came away with a profit, so they decided to start a scholarship fund that will benefit seniors at Cape Hen- lopen, Sussex Central and Indian River high schools who may not necessarily qualify for the top honors bestowed. So far, they have raised $1,500 toward the cause. The evening will in- clude a cash bar and hors d&apos;oeuvres. The cost is $10 a ticket, which will be available at the door or from Booth in Georgetown, 856-3307; Godfrey in Rehoboth, 645-9434, or Gardener, 645- 7668. LambJam '98 music festival will return to Rehoboth stage this fall LambJam '98, the Christian music festival, will be returning to Rehoboth Beach. The event, which began in 1992, will present a full day's worth of family activi- ties on the beach, Bandstand and in the Rehoboth Convention Cen- ter on Saturday, Sept. 19, accord- ing to festival director Bill Sam- mons Jr. Headlining this year's event will be Wayne Watson, a contem- porary Christian music artist from Houston, Texas. Watson, a Word Records recording artist, has had 19 No. 1 radio singles and 30 top 10 songs. He is a three-time Grammy nominee, 16-time Dove Award nominee, and has been named "Male Vocalist of the Year," by the Gospel Music Asso- ciation. He has also won Doves for Contemporary Song of the Year, "Home Free"; Song of the Year, "Friend for a Wounded Heart"; and Contemporary Album of the Year, "Watercolor Ponies." Wayne has participated in the Young Messiah tour, Christian music's largest touring event, and has appeared on numerous televi- sion programs. In addition to the Wayne Wat- son concert, LambJam '98 will feature activities during the day at Rehoboth Beach. Free concerts will be held during the afternoon at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand, just off the Boardwalk. Tickets for the Wayne Watson concert will go on sale in April. For more information, contact 101.3 The Light FM, at 302-424- 1013. Information is also avail- able on the Internet at < jam.html>. Ballet Continued from page 73 The pre-ballet reception and lobby accessories featured grace- ful miniature swans afloat in white feathers and lace and dashes of sparkling confetti that traced across tabletops and the floor. Rodriquez said that the current board and Kaiser and others who work with the dancers are aware of the importance of remaining sensitive to the eyes and ears of children. She said there is a strong commitment to bringing Delaware into line with other states in terms of offering cultural activities. "It's up to the community peo- ple, we've got to see that these op- portunities are available for young people as participants and as audi- ence," she said. "And we are con- cerned with building audience for dance throughout Delaware. Of course, we want parents, but we also want business people, judges, politicians, teachers; we want everybody. "I hear people who are attend- ing dance for the first time com- menting on how much they enjoy it. And, they are usually surprised. They might come thinking that it's not their cup of tea, but they see the quality and the artistry of the dance, sometimes the humor, and they like it." Rodriquez said that is one rea- son the company wants to take dance out of the studio and the au- ditorium and into the communities more. She said that exposure al- ways builds audience and advo- cates. The presentations at the Dover Mall March 13 and 14 are in keep- ing with the company's outreach and awareness building. In perfor- mances at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday, Delaware Ballet will present excerpts from "Beau- ty and the Beast" and selections from the Winter Festival. The full production of "Beauty and the Beast" is scheduled for Saturday, April 4, and Sunday, April 5, at Delaware State Univer- sity in Dover. Tickets will be on sale at the Dover Mall appear- ances. New Monday Night *10 92Entrdes 20 ENTRIES TO CHOOSE FROM Includes: Salad, Rolls, Vegetable Du.lour and choice of Potato (Baked, Mashed, or Sweet Pot. Fries) BAKED SHRIMP ROSE & CROWN CAJUN PECAN CATFISH FILLET MILANO VEGETABLE PASTA VEAL MARSALA FETTUCCINE ALFREDO CRAB IMPERIAL FRENCH ONION CHICKEN STEAK CHESAPEAKE STUFFED FLOUNDER GRILLED DUCK BREAST AND MORE/ SPECIALS AVAIL. TUES., WED. & THURS. FRIDAY THE 13TH MOON St. PATRICK'S DAY PARTIES with D.J. Eric <-, Sat. March 14 )', & Tues. March 17 CONTESTS! PRIZES! GIVE AWAYS! DRINK SPECIALS m i 00o00to00,.g live Jazz 00aturdaY_ NiUht00 Peggy Raley and Eclypse