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I ]!, ,, FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Randy Lee Ashcraft performs for night of Songs & Stories The Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild will host another night of Songs & Stories Tuesday, April 15, at Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats on Rehoboth Avenue. The evtmt, which starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until about 8:30, is free and open to the public. Songs & Stories features a unique pairing of live music, performed by the popular and award-winning Randy Lee Ash- craft, with one-of-a-kind short literary readings performed by local writers. The writers are given the challenge, prior to the event, to write a poem, brief es- say or story (under 300 words) uh*g the titles of the songs Ran- dy Lee will perform. The songs are all original and promise a variety of fun and creative re- sponses. The night is a wonderful mix of stories - sad, funny, and nostalgic - and music, all con- nected through key words. Ashcraft, a former Green Beret in the U.S. Army, has released five albums and is a regular per- former at Smitty McGee's in Eenwick Island and at numerous other venues across the Eastern Shore. In 1999, he received a cita- tiii from Gov. Parris Glendening of Maryland honoring his "dedi- cated efforts to share the beauty of the Eastern Shore of Maryland region through his music and the song 'Shore Thing.'" In addition Randy Lee Ashcraft to opening for national acts, Ash- craft has many times been named Best Entertainer/Singer of the Eastern Shore, as well as Best Singer/Songwriter on Delmarva. He is one of the original musi- cians (along with Ed Shockley, Kent Schocht and Stuart Vining) who inspired the writers' guild to incorporate songs and songwrit- ing into their readings, which the guild has been hosting every month since 2006. For more information about this event, email contactus@ rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. For more information about the writers guild, go to www.re- hobothbeachwritersguild.com. Briefly )) Program on emotional well-being set April 16 The Rehoboth Beach Public Irary is developing a new pro- gram, Creating Your Own Soul Connection, with artist Lorraine I. dson. in this program, participants will create a simple artistic tool for their personal guidance with symbols and affirmations that come straight from them. No drawing is required. This pro- gram is an artistic complement to Dr. Judith Pierson's ongoing se- ries, Enhancing Your Emotional Well-Being. The program will be held from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 16. There is a $5 donation to cov- er materials and expenses. Call 302-227-8044 to reserve a place. Organic...   Healthy... Go Freshly Squeezed,.. featuring Homemade Quiches, Crpes & Crme Bdile French Toast Fresh Fruit Smoothies & Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads Sprin Hours Thursday -Sunday 9 - 4 (302) 227-4909 C M www.GreenManJuiceBar,com reen_ _a 12 Wilmington Ave. Jce ]  I|$ro Rehoboth Beach, DE Buttercup Shepherd/Chow mix Max Very Friendly Zeus Adorable lab/pit puppy 0 Hope Gorgeous girl Scoop Sweet Gentleman The Sundberg Team "Art & Diane Sell Sussex County!!" (302) 858-2398 Celi (302) 227-9477 Office Mann & Sons, Inc. 414 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach. DE 19971 WANTED: Please donate your extra & unneeded sheets, towels & blankets in addition to a long list of needed supplies to the SPCA. They're 9reat[y apprec.iated by the special animals waiting to be adopted. delspca.org 1 ADOPT A FRIEND FOR LIFE! Bella Shy, pretty lady SPAY & NEUTER! "Miles" Hecksher Adopted 2009 -- SUPPORT YOUR SPCA -- Call 302.856-6361. w 22918 Dupont Hwy., Georgetown, DE ] '  Mon.; Wed., & Fri. 10 to 5 ' -  We stop adopting animals at 4:30 on Tues. & Thurs. 10 to 7, Sat. 10.4 weekdays and 2:30 on Saturday.