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ll)Z FRIDA4 APRIL 6- MOBIDAT APRIL ZO]Z ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette GET DOWN iN TOWN; PRETTY ON WHEEL , PLENTY OF DEALS Cheltsy Vann aka "Burnadettonator" SUBMITTED PHOTO RYAN MAVITY PHOTO DELAWARE'S ROtLLERG|IRL$ FOUND A NEW VENUE, rolling down the runway at the Wheels and Heels Fashion Show held March 29 at the Atlantic Sands Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. The girls showed off the latest fashions from some of Rehoboth's most prominent retailers including Quiet Storm, Azura, Josephine's Daugh- ter, White House Black Market, C.L.A.D., Something Comfortable, South Moon Under and Downtown Cowgirl. The show also served as the kick- off event to the second annual Get Down In Town on March 30. Attendees were able to purchase merchandise and take pictures with the team, founded in March 2011 and based out of Milford. The show raised $700 for the club. Participating were, in back (I-r) Jennifer Mitchell, Chelsea Schellinger, Elayne Jones, Nicole Carter, Olivia Smith, Kara Nuzback, JoAnne Ponia- towski, Raechelle Allison AIIman and Jenny Wyatt. In the middle row are Jessica Wright, Jenell Mattera, Heather Williams, Angel Mangini, Megan Sinnott Weber, Melissa Millman and Jamie Shinault K neeling are Jaclyn Fenske, Jen Peer White and Angela Colone. Lying in front are Jen Esc41ante and Colleen Carney. For more infoi'mation on the Southern.Delaware Rollergirls, visit STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Get Down in Town, created by Azura Clothing owner Alyssa Titus, was a a success in its second year. Shops downtown paired up with local restau- '~ts to entice shoppersto enjoy food samples and shop for bargains. A mainlY local crowd attended the Friday night food and shopping event while kids showed up Saturday to enjoy a craft fair. Azura, with WSFS Bank Hobos Restaurant and the Cape Gazette sponsored the event with :~'i] proceeds from wristband sales, needed to sample the food, going to Southern Delaware Therapeutic and Recreational Horseback Riding, Delaware Guidance Services and the Cape Henlopen High School Boost- e~ c ubs. Shown enjoying some of Dos Locos' fish tacos inside the Thun- derbird Shop are Sisters Rita Deakyne, eft, and Karen Dailey. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Denhis Reardon asks Melissa King, co-owner of Port Dewey Beach, about ~[~e spring rolls being served inside Quiet storml STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Inside Downtown Cowgirl are Carol and John Boros sharing some cheesecake from the Summer House served up by Summer House kitchen manager Marcus White. STEVEN B LLU.PS PHOTO Cape Region resident Jim Zuber gets a wristband from Delaware Guidance Services volunteers Katie Barth, center, and Alison Unitis. Nicole Carter Angel Mangini aka "Princess Slaya" SUBMITTED PHOTO SUBMITTED PHOTO