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April 21, 1995

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At the initial planning and strategy meeting for the KSI/PNC Bank Art Auction and Show- case of Restaurants, shown gathered around McKnight's Midtown', are (1. to r.) Cindy Helm- camp, Hiesman Fine Arts Gallery; Judy Diogo, Milford Chamber of Commerce; Mary Frey, Smyrna; Renee Ingram, Rogers Graphics; Mike Gast, PNC Bank; Debbie Rouse, Dover;, Trish Rodriquez, Dover;, and Terri Sharpe, KSI. KSI to host art auction, showcase of restaurants Ient-Sussex Industries will host its Fourth Annual Art Auc- tion and Showcase of Restaurants on Saturday, April 29 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club. The event, sponsored by PNC Bank, will feature specialty hors d'oeuvres from four of the area's best restaurants, The Banking House of Milford, El Sombrero of Dover, Calypso Caterers of Georgetown and Wild Quail of Wyoming. The Heisman Fine Arts Gallery of King of Prussia, Pa. will pro- vide the art and auctioneer, with a preview at 6 p.m. and the auction at 7:30 p.m. In addition, this year's auction will feature six limited edition prints from the Barnes Collection. The Barnes Museum is the world's greatest held art collec- tion and boasts masterpieces by Picasso, Renoir, Cezanne, Monet and other Impressionists. For the first time in history, the Barnes Foundation has been granted permission to take the col- lection on tour and to make limit- ed edition reproductions of this art. The Heisman Gallery is one of a select group to receive these re- productions and will be bringing only six of them to the show. All benefits will benefit KSI and be used to help provide lunch- es for people with disabilities that we serve. For tickets or more information call Terry Sharpe, public relations coordinator, at 422-4014, ext. 3015. RESTAURANT AND BAR 10 N. FIRST STREET, REHOBOTH, 227-1547 NIGHTLY SPECIALS 5-10 p.m. ]ll MON- 1/2 price appetizers )o TUES. All enbees 1/2 pace WED. @o House chicken sandwich I/2 price  o THURS. Buy one chicken item. second 1/2 price IHIAIIR IBY IEID'WAIRJD JAMES Our Many Services Include ~ Hair Cuts & Styling Perms & Body Waves Coloring & Foil Highlights Manicures, Pedicures, Nail Sculpting & Art !  iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiHii!iiiiHi!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiii i i i iii!i! iiiii00iiii!i:ii/4,iiiiiiiii For Appointment call: 227-1960" 800-259-0407 4323 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE Matrix hair care system used CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 1995 - 47 Bluegrass concert set tonight in Laurel Peninsula Blue grass, Inc. will welcome Wyatt Rice and his new band, Santa Cruz, during a bluegrass concert beginning at 8:30 p.m. tonight (April 21) at Laurel American Legion Post 19, Route 24 just east of Laurel. The doors open at 6 p.m. and, if you're hungry, a buffet dinner will be served at 7. Tickets cost $8 (show only) and $15 (dinner and show). For more in- formation, call 875-0695. i ______._IrTT i Friday thru Monday, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. -k Specializing in Stunning, Classic French Pastry -k Fresh Breads Made From Scratch "k Oversize Sticky Buns Monday, April 24 - Friday, April 28 All secretaries get half price lunch when they eat with a full paying guest (boss?) 645-6271 Lighthouse Restauror00t At Fisherman's Wharf In Lewes