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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT =l FRIDAY, MAY 13 - MONDAY, MAY 10, 2Oll 97 The 16th Annual British Car Show was held on the grounds of the Lewes Historical Society May 7. Sponsored by the British Car Club and hosted by the Lewes Historical Society, 97 British cars, from vintage to con- temporary, competed for tro- phies in eight categories voted onby the paying public. The fea- tured marque for this year's show was the MG T series circa 1935-36. Winners were selected by a popular vote of show attendees at the Lewes Historical Society complex. The winners are listed by categories based on the age of the car. Best in Show; Bill Tattersall and Dana Mason, Frankford; 1948 Triumph 2000 Roadster Category I - Up to 1956 First place: Dennis Gilligan, Pasadena, Md.; 1952 Jaguar XK120 Second place: James McMahon, Lewes; - 1950 Riley RMD Drophead Third place: Bill Yonkers, Lutherville, Md.; 1951 Landrover Category II; 1957-62 First place: Dennis Morrison, Fallston, Md.; 1960 TR3A Second place: Joe and Pat Marchione, Absecon, N.J.; 1959 Lotus Elite Third place: Anthony Ciaffoni, Washington, D.C.; 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II Category III; 1963-68 First Place: Ron Jernigan, Greenwood; 1966 Austin Mini Cooper S Second place; Kevin Wilson, LaPlata, Md.; 1967 Austin Healey B J8 Third place: Rhonald Jernigan Sr., Seaford; 1968 Triumph TR 250 Category IV; 1969-74 First place: Fred and Connie Schuchard, Bridgeton, N.J.; 1971 Morgan +8 Second place: Lem BurneR, Myersville, Md.; 1970 Jaguar E Type Third place: Harold C. Dew, Federalsburg Md.;1974 ? MGB Fest-of-Ale Continued from page 96 been inviting friends and neigh- bors to join us for our Friday evening happy hour music ses- sions. "This event is a great way for us to share our success with the town and with the folks who make the Delaware Bum Camp a reality," said Brett McCrea, a co-owner of 16 Mile Brewing Company. The Delaware Bum Camp is a facility which assists young burn victims, ages 6 to 18, in their adjustment to their injury through the provision of a safe, supportive environment and by providing -companionship though physical and social activ- ities in a camp setting. 16 Mile Brewing Company is at 413 S. Bedford St., George- town, just one mile SOUth of The Circle. More information about the event can be found at the Face- book pages for 16 Mile and Sta- tion 7. Category V;1975-80 First place: John Larson, Bethesda, Md.; 1977 Jaguar XJ6C Second place: Jim and Barbara Sleasman; Lewes; 1977 MGB Third place: Carl Kaminski, Newark; 1979 MG Midget Category Vl; 1981-2000 First place: Garry Alsop, Harrington; 2000 Lotus Esprit -Second place: Dick Martin, Millersville, Md.; 1995 Jaguar XJS Third place: Michelle and Vic Powell, Vienna Va.; 1989 Jaguar XJS Featured Marque - MG T series First place: Pat and Tina Pelbano, Newark; 1954 MG TF Second place: Richard Roash, New Castle: 1953 MG TD Third place: Peter Terry, Millsboro; 1950 MG TD Premier Class - First place winners and Best in Show winner from the 2009 Show First place: Dean and Chris Boyden, Milton; 1960 Jaguar MK IX (Only one award in this category) :i ii:. This 1952 Jaguar XK 120 owned by : : " Dennis Gilligan of Pasadena, Md., =, ~ placed first in Category I, up to 1956. Special guests at this year's show with their customized vintage British motorcy- cles are Jon DeForest, left, and Kevin Dunworth, owner of Loaded Gun Custom Cy- cle, Cafd's and Cars of Selbyville. COUNTY May 14 and May 15, 2;)I1 * Noon to 6:o0 PM Bay Bridge Marina, Kent Island LIVE music all weekend * International wine sampling Micro-Brew tasting c Local cuisine c Arts and crafts Spectacular views of the Chesapeake Bay Boat slips available * VIP tent catered by McCormick & Schmick's Almost all under tent * Rain or shine For ticket information visit tmww.CheupeakeBayWineFesLcom Tickets available on-line, the Winery (C~ VIP Tent Sponsor IIS h o r e LIFE Paula's TAKING HOME Best in Show this year were Bill Tat- tersall and Dana Mason of Frankford in their 1948 Tri- umph 2000 Roadste. Shown presenting the Best in Show trophy to Tattersell is Lewes Mayor Jim Ford.-'- STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS Property Managenlent Trimming Mulching Grass Cutting HOA's & Common Grounds Residential& Commercial Licensed & Insured El- Cubic Yard of Mulch with =-Whole House Daily Lunch Specials Featuring our specialty burgers & signature salads. Dinner Specials Every Night of the Week for $109s to *1895 Petite Sirloin, Lobster Tail, Fish Fry, Chef's Choice Special of the Day and so much more. As always, we have our: MON Meatloaf I TUES Fried Chicken WED Chix & Dumplings I THURS Liver & Onions Cctp, ta/~ " ~tou~oKt g Lou~o 3" for-Ix. 7ab-Out OPEN Monday- Saturday llAM - 9PM CLOSED Sundays 20859 Coastal Hwy * Dewey Beach, DE Next to Bay Road Packa~,e 302.227.6203