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Scott Hamilton photos Cape High Jazz Band to perform in Rehoboth May 31 The Cape Henlopen High School jazz ensemble and jazz choir, under the direction of Barry Eli, will perform at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand on Saturday, May 31, at 8 p.m. Both groups recently received kudos at the Toronto Classic Music Festival. The top photo is the jazz en- semble. Shown (l-r) in the back row are David Kittell, Brian Kueski, Tiffany Hyatt, Billy Bren. nan, Adrienne Beideman, Alicia Hollenbeck, Robbie Baker, Seth Kahn, Mike Parke and Steve Sponaugle. In the front row are Heather Gibson, Buffy Jackewicz, Randy Friend, Cheryl Me- Daniel, Wrix McIlvain, Angie Davis and Ryan Beebe. The jazz choir is shownbelow. Pictured (l-r) in the back row are members Emily Bishoff, Diana Fogg, Tara McCredie, Chris Myers, Sarah Shields, Will Hickman, Keith Carlton, Heather Nehrbas and Heather Gibson. In front are Allison Funds, Erin McClure and Cheryl McDaniel. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 63 Second Street Players sponsor 'Snow White' Performed by students of the Milford Middle School, a special pro- duction of "Snow White" is set for Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31 at the Second Street Players' Riverfront Theatre in Milford. The pro- duction is a project of the eighth grade academically talented class of Dr. Bill Warren of Milford Middle School. Along with the help of some parents and their teacher, the students have created a set that shows the palace home of Snow White's wicked, vain stepmother, and the cozy cottage of the seven diminutive miner's who take the young girl in when she flees into the forest. The middle school students are using the Tim Kelly version of the children's classic. There is an intermission, and re- freshments will be available. All seats are $5, and are reserved. Reser- vations are recommended. Performance times are 7:30 p.m. May 30 and 2 and 7:30 p.m. May 31. For reservations, call 422-0220. The River- front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. r If food could " talk it would say FUSiOM Rehoboth Beach's Celebrated Ne/ American Cune Executive Chef Jeff Thiemann has an array of new flavors to surprise and excite you. 00uSioM er ay-,mlay {'ro 6 p.. J I Read about your friends in the Cape Gazette is backl The Delaware River & Bay P, uthorit =/ J'll"  presents the legendary Beach Boys live in concert, Saturday, July 5, at Eagle Crest Aerodrome. Route I (just outside Lewes, Delaware). Fireworks and laser show to follow. General Admission tickets: $20. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. Bring your beach chair, a blanket or towel to sit on. Food and beverages will be on sale and are not permitted to be carried in to the event. Photography and/or video/audio taping of the festivities prohibited. The proceeds of this event will be donated to Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware and Burdette- Tomlin Memorial Hospital, Cape May Court House, NewJersey. Tickets on sale at the Ferry Terminals I0 am-2 pm Tuesday-Friday or through ,-T--- by calling (302) 984-2000 or (609) 335-9000. No relu nds. rainchecks or excha nges. Event ull take place rain or shine.