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Annual Re[toboth Jazz Festival responsibiltties change hands By Kristen Seal The Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festi- val will be planned and organized by a new group of volunteers this fall in light of the Rehoboth Beach Downtown Business Associa- tion's (RBDBA) continuing ef- forts to pay off its debts and dis- solve. Sydney Arzt, owner of Syd- ney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant, is teaming up with fellow down- town business, owners Linda DiDomenicis of Boston's and Dennis Santangini of the Sea Witch Inn to plan and execute the annual weekend-long festival in October. Since its inception in 1990, The Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival has been organized by the RBDBA and this year, the RBDBA has no plans to organize the festival. According to Arzt, the RBDBA and the Main Street organization "realized they were two organiza- tions for similar purposes and they realized there didn't need to be two separate groups so the goals and objectives of the RBDBA will be picked up by Main Street". She added that Main Street's pur- pose is "much broader and wider than event production and they are not structured for such a thing, nor should they be." Therefore, in order to keep the festival alive and in downtown Rehoboth, the threesome has agreed to organize the 1996 event which cannot be entitled The Re- hoboth Beach Jazz Festival due to copyright laws. Arzt saidno nam6 has been settled on at this time. "We basically have eight weeks to put together the guts and soul of the festival. We might be able to pull off this miracle - and that's what it is - because we have no money and no funding. This all came together within the last week," said Arzt. She explained that deadlines to Sydney Arzt (r) and Linda DiDomenicis, seen at a previous Rehoboth Jazz Festival they were instrumental in organiz- ing, are two of the four people who vow to ensure that the 1996 event will go on as planned. apply for grants have all passed and eight weeks is all the time the volunteers have to formulate a plan in order to raise the needed money. She and DiDomenicis and Santangini all met on Wednesday, April 3 and plan to work with event producers to as- sist in raising money. According to Arzt, no plans will be made to drastically change the structure of the festival. Howev- er, she noted that this year's festi- val will benefit the Scotty Jazz Foundation, a newly formed orga- nization created to raise more money for southern Delaware's aspiring young musicians. "We've been working on the Scotty Jazz Foundation for about six months but we just received corporate status, so to speak, with- in the last month. We're still working on the mission and pur- pose of the foundation, but it has been created to allow more money to be raised for young music stu- dents throughout southern Delaware," Arzt explained. "In the past, money for the Scotty Scholarship was adminis- tered by the Delaware Music School strictly for a scholarship program totally supported by a small contribution by the Re- hoboth Beach Jazz Festival,,' Arzt added. "The needs are far greater than just one single fundraising effort, so we're coming up with other activities to raise money." She said that the Scotty Jazz Foundation hopes to work with Continued on page 48 Your Neighborhood Store With An Extensive Selection of Discount Beer, Wine, end Liquor. 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