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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 Rehoboth Christmas Shop committees gearing up The committees from All Saints' Episcopal Church are already hard at work on the 35th An- nual Rehoboth Christmas Shop, which will take place at the Rehoboth Convention Center Fri- day through Sunday, Oct. 10-12, this year, with the preview party set for 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 9. Committee members include (standing, l-r) Trip Wilkinson, publicity; Ella Curtis, St. Ann's Chapter;, Priscilla Smith, shops and luncheon; and Joan Fletcher, secretly; (seated) Dodie Blancke, decorations; Betty Jane Hall, St. George's Chapter's raffle; Anne Ratledge, general chairman; James F. Smith, treasurer;, Carol Searles, luncheon, shops and decorations; Evelyn Thoroughgood, St. Boniface's Chapter's Christmas cafe; and Peg Belt, bake shop. Other committee members include Millie Potts, assistant treasurer;, The Rev. James E. Man. ion, advisor; Gloria Sweeny, advisor and St. Francis Chapter's Potpourri; Ollie Stirling, brochure; Sue Vanmansart and Anna Misener, patrons; Helen Lewis, hostesses; Mary Lou Deakyne, signs; Dede Fisher, bake shop; Win Rosenberg, preview party; Carol Lingo, posters; Jay Smith and Bob Searles, properties; Seats still available for Lewes Historical Society June 3 tour Seats are still available for the Formerly the Cauffiel Estate, fee bar. The trip departs from Lewes Historical Society s bus this designer showhouse has gar- Midway Shopping Center at 8 trip to The River House Festival, a dens, microbrew gardens, an an- a.m. and returns at 5 p.m. For designer showhouse in Willing- tique show and sale, courtyard more information call Barbara at ton, this Tuesday, June 3. cafe, garden marketplace and cof- 684-1600. m   mm m  I"  mm ' " ' 6mlE&| ',' m  4 m " . DINEII " m mmm   mm m mm ' THE PlNIII OF Tt)tll ZIST OENTUIY ', l El l m Tradllio.ai  Food wltl a uret' Flair at amuble Frioe,t I m Z l m BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER mm m. F.m, Fresh m=ggs . Hot or Cold . .e,o m. '. omelets Sandwiches . Fresh Roa Turkey & m , . Texas Style French Toast * lO0%AngusSeefBurgers Stuffing m m m * Flapjacks . Kids Menu . Open Face Prime Rib "m m * Malted Belgian Waffles . Dagwood Clubs Sandwich mm . Stuffed French Toast .8 or.. Chicken Breast . Lots of Pasts ra- m. Oversized Breakfast Sandwiches . Full Range Fresh Seafood mm m Sandwiches . Coney Island Hot Dogs . Fresh Fish mm m. Greatest Home-fried . Texas Tommys . Crab Cakes -m m Poo.At the Beach * Salad Mania "m m . . -Under Brighton Suites- m m m 32B W,Immngton Ave..Rehoboth Beach. DE. 302-226-2960 ,' h J,P.m.P.P.P Mama Maria Italian Restaurant Pizza House Every Wednesday b Saturday Acoustic Night Join Us! Open 7 Days 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Serving Lunch b Dinner Late Night Carry-Out 227-3242 Route 1 b McKinley Street (oceanside) Dewey Beach 00]le. Sea Grille adds a secret in00reclient to the, menu,,, the ]00est view in town[ For a spectacular view, excellent food and great entertainment visit the Sea Grille on the top floor of the Henlopen Hotel eight stories above the north end of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. Plus our Friday Seat:I,0d Buffet, the Sunday Brunch l ;uffet and E 00tertainment Thursday to Saturday Great Buffets and a Great View go together at the Sea Grille. For great entertainment stop by 7 to 11 p.m. to hear the smooth sounds of Dave Brand this Thursday & Friday and Michael Howard on Saturday evenings. tle Se 00rl' a e Serving Breakfast and Dinner Tuesday to Sunday . (302) 227-2551 or (800) 441-8450