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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 - 69 UD Chorale offers two free concerts May 15-16 The University of Delaware Chorale. directed by Patrick ]vans, will present two free concerts in Southern Delaware this spring. On Thurs- day, May 15, at 7:30 p.m., a concert will be given in the Delaware Tech Theatre, College West Building in Georgetown and on 'Friday, May 16 at the Mount Olivet Methodist Church in Seaford. The program includes Laudate Dominum by Mozart, Lovesong Waltzes by Brahms and Hindemuth's Six Chansons. Accompanist for the choir is Betsy Kent. Michael Short photo SCAC plays host to Sussex high school exhibit Sussex County high school students are exhibiting at the Annual Senior High School Fine Arts Exhibition at Delaware Tech Theatre Lobby in Georgetow Here, Sussex County Arts Council Executive Director Lillian Dean points to artwork entitled "David" by Cape Henlopen High School student Jennifer Peer. The exhibit lasts until May 30 and includes 20 entries from each of the eight high schools located in Sussex County. Dean said the art, which includes paintings, ceramics and masks, shows great potential for such youthful artists, ul have watched it for ten years ...And you really see growth," said Dean. "Everybody can relate to it because their high school is here." Hours are 8:30 ant. to 10 pan., Monday through Thursday, and &80 a.m. to 5 pan., Friday. For more information call 856-5421. I Exh/bR Continued from page 67 was made, making a permanent mark. Using a delicate seagull feather, Jackson said he brushes away the bubbles and dust parti- cles that collect on the plate. Jackson said he does the process in stages, to create a sense of depth in his work. After the etch- ing is complete, the wax coating is removed. Ink is then placed on the etching, and the excess is wiped off. The ink that remains, Jackson said, is what prints when the plate is placed on his rolling press. Using imported rag paper, Jackson uses his handmade, high- pressure press to force the paper into the grooves of the plate. Jackson said he usually makes between 50-100 prints, and then destroys the plate. His work can be seen on display and for sale at the Saxon Swan on Second Street in Lewes. During the art show they will be raffled off to provide funds for the women's extensive outreach pro- gram. Raffle tickets will be available shortly in the church office in St. Peter's Square. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK RESTAURANT CARRY-0UT I I I I I I I II III IIIII II I L Monday. Uvand0mm ...................................................................... $Lqs Tuesday. FAMR.Y  8 pc (3aick__m w/t family sides & rolls ................................ $11.99 Wednmday . Pork Chop Yght .... , .............................................................. S72S masday . mnmde MeaOmf vvh 2 les ..................................................... Friday. 100z Catfhw/th2 sides ................... ' ............................................ $7.95 .. so our z weexs w A aom. .$13.q5 . 16 oz Top Siddn, Bako:l Potato & lage Tossed Salad o st AU Ym Can Ft Fried (]d with 2 sides ............................................... $7 ........... , ......... ....... ................ ................ Wednesday, Pay Mek w/so ............... ">-" O* ....................... 3.7s Thasday. Reubenw/soup ........  .......................... $3.95 ..... ................................. , ..... s3.Ts f ITf Open Daily 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4578 Highway One. Rehoboth Beach -- 302-645-7705 -- ighthouse estaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 BBQ GRILL OPEN FRI., SAT., SUN 12-8 BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER 7a,m,-9:00p.m, Fri, and Sat, 7 a.m. 'til 9:30 p,m,