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94 FRIDAY, MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 201g ARTS E ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette. The Starboard partnership with Restaurant, in "I had a niece named Abby Over the last four years, the LowDigitTags. who died of childhood leukemia Black Tag VIP card auction has raised over $55,000 for charity, something both The Starboard Restaurant and its customers are proud of. The Starboard Restaurant is dedicated to community and fundraising. It holds several fundraising events each year including The Running of the Bull in July and the Gugie Run (Dewey Goes Pink) in October. Owner Steve "Monty" Montgom- ery sees community fundraising and responsibility as a corner- stone of his purpose as a local business owner. "Fundraising for the commu- nity is important to me," says Montgomery, "which is why we donate 100 percent of the proceeds from this fundraiser directly to the foundation." For more information about The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation, or to make a dona- tion to this worthy cause, go to corn and The B+ Foundation, just wrapped their fourth annual Black Tag VIP Fundraiser, rais- ing over $15,000 for the Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation is dedicated to fami- lies whose children are going through treatment for cancer. The mission of the foundation is threefold; it gives financial and emotional assistance to families and their children as well as providing research grants to hos- pitals, and increasing awareness. It has helped children all over the cb try, as well as in Delaware. Keith Kirk, a manager at the Starboard Restaurant who was in charge of the event was pleased to see the record-breaking auc- tion this season. The foundation is one Kirk personally wanted to help sup- port, as childhood cancer is something that has to.uched his family. Sussex Teen Idol auditions set for June 6 First State Community Action Agency and Delaware Preven- tion Coalition will host Sussex County auditions for the 2015 Delaware Teen Idol from 10 a.m. tO l p.m., Saturday, June 6, at First State Community Action Agency in Georgetown. Auditions are open to Sussex County teens ages 13-18. Individuals and groups must perform an original song, rap, d nce or poem addressing safe sex, fatherhood involvement, anti-drug use, anti-violence or ariti-crime. This is an opportunity for youth to express themselves Stables Continued from page 93 work can be found on his website www.damonpla com. A generous gl i t from Mowry Spencer and John Newton and I.E. Newton Jr. Charitable Trust made the nq al possible. The RAL features at age 4, so there was no better way to give back," said Kirk. The Starboard Restaurant auc- tioned off super-exclusive VIP passes. The highly sought-after black tags raised a record-break- ing amount of money May 16. The cards fetched anywhere from $300 to $3,000. With only 31 Black Tag VIP cards printed each year, the competition to snag one heated up for this fundraising auction. The Starboard Restaurant's standard VIP cards, which are only available during select times and let holders in a separate en- trance on Friday and Saturday nights, and are different from the Black Tag VIP cards, which are more exclusive. Black Tag VIP cardholders are afforded extra privileges; they can bypass the line at The Star- board Restaurant at any time, as well as get priority seating for Saturday and Sunday brunch. and their creative talents whiie promoting a positive message to other youth. Finalists will have the opportunity to compete in the Delaware Teen Idol state competition in Wilmington for a chance to win cash and other cool prizes. The Delaware Teen ,Idol Project is sponsored by AIDS Delaware in partnership with the city of Wilmington Depart- ment of Parks and Recreation, Kiss 101.7 FM Radio, Healthy Wilmington 2010, Delaware Pre- vention Coalition, Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware and First State Community Action Agency. In- terested youth can register now for the auditions at First State Community Action Agency's office at 308 N. Railroad Ave. in Georgetown. For more information con- tact Melissa Clendaniel at 302-856-7761, Ext. 267 or go to f' works from its collections rou- tinely in the Corkran galleries. It has a diverse schedule of exhibi- tions and events throughout the year at the Historic Henlopen Acres campus, as well as its new satellite campus on Route 9. To see a list of events and classes go to or connect with the art league on social media. forget pint for movie ~ More information: :o SUPPORTERS AT auctioned off Aaron Dunphy, Ken Juice Immmm mmmmmm SUBMITTED PHOTO hold the 31 Black VIP Tags that were Shown are (I-r) Jay Richards, Keith Kirk, and AI Carter. '... Go Freshl featuring Homemade Quiches, & Cr me Br 16e French Toast Fruit Smoothies & Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads Gluten-free Options (Closed Tuesday) (302) 2zz-,|9o9 www 12 Wilmington Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE