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72, CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, March 24- Mi/:ch&apos;$0, 2-000 - 'Starry, Starry Night' gala set April 15 at Delaware Tech: Music to quicken the pulse, heighten the emotions and touch the soul will highlight Starry, Starry Night, the annual gala on Saturday, April 15, at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus. This year's gala is being under- written by Greenwood Trust Company and the Carl M. Free- man Companies. Now in its sixth of two violins, a cello, bass and piano. The group plays unique arrangements of tango music. Classical training and technical excellence combined with lots of energy has garnered this group high accolades around the world. The Owens Campus Develop- ment Council, which coordinates the event, is collaborating with WSCL Public Radio and the Sus- year, the focus of the event has sex ArtCouncitXo-ptan an out-- changed from visual arts to per- forming arts, giving the celebra- tion a new look - music for the millennium at the Community College of the Year. Romance, elegance and passion are hallmarks of the featured en- tertainment QuinTango, a quintet standing evening.. The gala chairperson is Lynda Messick, president of Delaware National Bank. According to Pat Campbell-White, event vice chairperson and associate broker with RE/MAX Realty Group in Rehoboth and Lewes, "This will Listings accepted Organizations hosting upcom- ing events can now apply for a free listing in the summer/winter Delaware Calendar of Events, published by the Delaware Tourism Office (DTO). The cal- endar will provide detailed list- ings of events held between July and December 2000 as well as ab- breviated listings of annual events held between January and De- cember to assist visitors with their Iongterm planning. In order to be considered, events rdust be of interest to Delaware visitors and designed to attract and accommodate at least 500 people. Call Carolyn Court- ney at 302-672-6841 to receive a complete list of the calendar for Del. calendar guidelines and an entry form. In- formation must be received by DTO, 99 Kings Highway, Dover DE 19901, by March 27. The bianntial Delaware Calen- dar of Events is distributed throughout the year to prospective visitors, the media and travel sup- pliers. Continuously updated spe- cial event information will also be available on DTO's Web site, <>. "The calendar is a very effec- tive way for event planners to reach potential Visitors," said Keia Benefield, Delaware Tourism Office director. For more information about the Delaware Tourism Office, call 800-441-8846. be a special night for Sussex County to appreciate its culture at its best. We are excited to have WSCL and the Sussex Arts Coun- cil as our partners. We promise those who attend an evening worth remembering." The Development Council has announced that WSCL, the public radio station serving Delmarva, will be the recipient ot the 2000 Arts & Humanities Award. This award is given in recognition of WSCL's contribution to the arts and the community. The gala, scheduled for 6 to 10 p,m., includes a reception; dinner, concert and champagne dessert. ickets for the black tie optional affair are $50 per person; the tax deductible portion is $30. Proceeds from the event benefit paign are supporting the estab- Delaware's Excellence Through lishment of curricula steeped in Technology campaign. This ini- technology and classrooms fo- tiative was undertaken by the col- cused on technology education lege to raise needed private sup- and training. port to empower Delaware Tech For information about the gala students with information tech- or to purchase tickets, call 855- " noiogy. Contributions to the cam- 1600, Ext. 9620. aF; C .t - g :rr:ohn,Sec fh e/pSrPoprl?lto r Now serving Lunch & Dinner, Thursday - Monday For Information or Reservations call 302-644-4121 115 SECOND STREET-LEWES We take  to a new level. Closed Tues. & Wed. Nacho Nig Entrees 1/2 price lers Surf & Turf ( ,) $13.95 E-H'I3 O'T--PI-- IE-A-OH-,"DE *" Serving your favorites from e Iguana Grill MomJay NigM VZ lb. Ika'gen 43 Tuesday Night I I[eree t, dve ZI VZ Off* *some reJldeltoM apply Thursday NigM Pimr Firemen 33q3 Nlay Night I lb. Priw ib 92'5 garaoke 9-I Friday NigM Z47 I.hobo Ave., Kdmboth Ilme, h gl.6-11t9 Crab Barn... Your Place For Beef And Seafood Daily Dinner Specials Happy Hour Sunday - Friday 3-7 with FREE Buffet Long Neck Crab Barn offers Karaoke 9-1 Every Thursday live Bands Every Friday It Sturday Nascar Sunday's Happy Hour 1-7 FREE Buffet It Prize Giveaways Rehoboth 302-227-6700 Long Neck 302-945-8900