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Winners in the Possum Juniors Monologue Contest are (1 to r) Lauren Baker, Nona Landis, Courtney Colegrove and Stacey Pounsberry. Possum Juniors announce monologue contest winners The younger group of Possum Point Players, the Possum Juniors, held its first-ever Monologue Competition May 13. Sixteen stu- dents from fifth through tenth grades participated. The prizes were U.S. Savings Bonds, award- ed for two age groups, and for best overall performance. The Savings Bonds were donated by Baltimore Trust, County Bank and Delaware National Bank. The first place award for Best Overall went to Lauren Baker of Georgetown, with Stacey Pouns- berry of Seaford taking the run- ner-up prize: First place for grades 7-10 went to Nona Landis, Fen- wick Island and first place for grades 5-6 was awarded to Court- ney Colegrove of Millsboro. The judges rated the partici- pants for poise, projection, enun- ciation, character and interpreta- tion of the chosen monologue. Participants were all awarded cer- tificates and coupons donated by McDonald's. Possum Junior Director, H. Bar- low, would like to make this an annual event for the "PJs". The Possum Juniors have been meet- ing on the second Tuesday of each month since the beginning of the year, and this was its first official presentation of 2003. In the monthly meetings, youth in junior high and high school learn about all aspects of the the- atre, including performance tech- nique. The Monologue Competi- tion gives those new to the stage the experience of performing in front of an audience, and the more experienced in the group, a venue to polish their presentation skills. The next project for the PJs is its summer production of "Grease," in July. "Grease" has already been cast, and at the next PJ meeting, the crew will be de- termined. The meeting is 6 p.m., June 10, the last meeting for the group un- til September. Contact the Pos- sum Point Players at 856-3460 for further information. Live Music EveB/Sunday wilh Keith Mack from 12-3 Seincj Lunch & Dinner Closed Wednesdays 107 Savannah Rd, vvww,striperbites,com 645.4657 OCE00 POINT GRILL FAMILY RESTAURANT Daily Specials for Lunch & Dinner Open for Breakfast 6 AM to 10 PM Lunch 11 to 4 Dinner 5 to 10 17 Market Place Food Lion Shopping Center 227-1127 j Rehoboth, DE I Submitted photo CAPE :GAZETTE, llaay,May Y-ff, ne5.01 " - 8# 1/2 PRICE ..y, Entree at the regular price, i LUNCH o )D MARKET- B I B I BOLD NEW BEGINNING BRAVE NEW WORLD DINNER FROM 6 PM 302.227.3330 * 23 Baltimore Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE