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CAPE GAZEE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997. 71 Senior Art Exhibit on distd3' at DelTech It's time for the annual Seni, Art txmm t  i m :h is held each year in conjunction with the Older Americans Month celebration in May. The featured works of Sussex County artisans (age 55 and older) will be on display through May 31 at the Higher Education Building at Delaware Community & Technical College. This free exhibit is open for viewing during normal business hours. Entry categories are oil, pastels, watercolor, acryfics, charcoal, pho- tography, sculpture (metal, stone), stained glass, woodcarving, pottery and "other." Ribbons will be awarded in each category. The exhibit will conclude with a luncheon and awards presentation May 30. The Delaware Association of Programs for the Aging and the Adult Plus+ Program at the college are the co-sponsors of the evenL Lewes artist Doris Ingram's "Breakwater Light, Lewes is the featured painting at Beebe Medical Center and Rehoboth Art League's Eighth Annual Best of the Beach Art Auction, be- ing held Saturday, June 14. Eighth Best of Beach Art Auction will benefit Beebe, RAL June 14 Lewes artist Doris Ingram's "Breakwater Light, Lewes," is the featured painting at the Eighth Annual Best of the Beach Art Auction, presented jointly by the Beebe Medical Center and the Re- hoboth Art League. The auction will beheld Saturday, June 14. Offering the best in art and health, Beebe Medical Center Foundation and the Rehoboth Art League have joined in partnership for this gala fundraiser which ben- efits both organizations. The event, chaired this year by Christine Strauss and co-chaired RAL tours Continued from page 70 free time in Washington until the 4 p.m. departure for participants to enjoy any of the surrounding museums. The tour price for the Michae- langelo/Rodin trip is $52 for Art League members and $57 for non- members. The fee includes round-trip mo- torcoach transportation, admis- sion to the exhibit, accoustiguides by Debbie Killeen, will take place under a tent on the grounds of the hospital on Savannah Road in Lewes from 6 to 8 p.m. The evening includes an artist recep- tion, silent auction, buffet dinner and live auction. Dancing has been added this year, with music provided by the Royal Palms Steel Band of Wilmington. The region's most talented artists participate and generously donate their works or a percentage of sales proceeds to the Beebe Medical Foundation and the Re- hoboth Art League. The artists are rental, step on guide for public statuary tour, and gratuity to mo- torcoach driver. The tour price for the Picasso exhibit is $2"/for Art League members and $32 for non- members. Reservations and payments for either or both trips may be made by calling 684-1600. The tours are limited to 44 passengers. For cancellations received prior to May 11 for the Michaelange- lo/Rodin tour and June 24 for the Picasso tour, payment will be re- funded in full. members of the Art League. Reservations at $75 per person or further information may be ob- tained by calling the Beebe Med- ical Foundation at 644- 2900 or the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408. Thespians Continued from page 55 laughter and tears so well. R's got real meaning but it's also hilari- ous." The Thespians decided to perform this play because of its dramatic and comedic impact and also because the director is a big Simon fan. Norfleet said he couldn't be happier with his cast and crew, who have, he said, far exceeded his expectations to prepare this production in such a short amount of time. The set was actually con- structed while The Thespians were still working on their musi- cal, "You're A Good Man, Char- i lie Brown," and was assembled with the help of English teacher Mike Kelley. the day after that production ended. The stage man- ager for this production is senior Liz Starr. Norfleet believes that with this play, the Thespians have crossed a line - a lot of the actors realize that theatre work is no longer just fun." "Working on this play, said Noffleet, will help pre- pare the actors for what profes- sional theatre is like, where hard work takes precedence over fun. After all the hard work the Thespians have put into this year's final production, Norfleet summed up his expectations when he said, "It's going to be a great show." Sunday Night $8.95 Prime Rib Early Bird $3 Off All Menu Entrees Mothers are the Sunshine of our lives. We do our work from generation to generation, so let us bring some sunshine into your life. HAIR BY EDWARD JAMES 4323 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, De 302-227-1960 800-259-0407