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20 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 steve  phot0. Seniors gather for celebration A couple hundred senior citizens gathered in the gymnasi. um at Delaware Technical end Community College in George- town on Friday, May 19, for the annual Senior Celebration sponsored by the college, Nenticoke Senior Conte end the Delaware Association of Programs for the Aging (DAPA). Pie- turod above, the organizers of the event welcomed two spe- cial guests (li-om left) Linda Forte, Adult Plus+ program man. alger at Delaware Tee.h; Bonnie Reynolda from the Nenticoke Senior Center;, Congreumau Mike Cnstle; lCran Lopes, exeeu. tive director of the Nenticoke Senior Center;, end Delaware Governor Tom Carper. The clay included a luncheon, musical performances end dancing end an awards presentation to se- nior artists. Senior citizen artists also were honored for their work at the annual Senior Celebration at Delaware Teeh. Pictured below, from left, are the first through third place winners in the oil division: Bette Hall, first; Ike Holtzinger, second end Fran Hamiil, third. They are pictured receiving their awards from Linda Forte, far left, program manager for Adult Plus+ at Delaware Tech. HAIR BY EDWARD JAMES Our Many Services Include ~ Hair Cuts & Styling Perms & Body Waves Coloring & Foil Higtdights Manicures, Pedicures, Nail Sculpting & Art !iiiiiiiiiii iii i i! ilili ii iiiii i!iiiii iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiii! iiiiii!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i ii ii Second Anmtal Senior Prom Saturday, Inne 24 For Appointment call: 227-1960 800-259-0407 4323 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE Matrix hair care system used Metropolitan Continued from page 18 authorized by the leadership of the church to begin fund raising ef- forts and there are plans for sever- al raffles to be held throughout the summer. Steve HouR, fundraising chair- person, said the first raffle was held through May 29, with a drawing that day (Memorial Day) at 8 p.m., at the Blue Moon, 35 Baltimore Avenue. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5,  and are avail- able at Subway Downtown, Grey- beard's, Gabby's South Pacific Florists, Sand in My Shoes Bed and Breakfast and At Melissa's Bed and Breakfast, all in Re- hoboth Beach, as well as Music Central in Ocean City's Gold Coast Mall. Tickets will also be available on weekends at tables set up at the Blue Moon and in the courtyard at 39 Baltimore Avenue, as well as Cloud 9 on Rehoboth Avenue. Prizes include weekend get- aways at Atlantic Sands, Brighton Suites, At Melissa's; dinner for two at Celsius and Dos Locus; a six-foot party sub from Subway; two year subscription and mem- bership to CAMP Rehoboth; $50 flower arrangement from Gabby's; $50 gift certificate from Dirty White Boy; $20 gift certifi- cate from Music Central; $10 gift certificate from Gertie's Green Grocery; and $12 in hair care products at Kim's Hair Creations. For more information on dona- tions or to volunteer, contact David Patterson at the J.D. Go- cringer Memorial Building Fund, P.O. Box 191, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971, or call 226-0816. tan Fomey Rotary contributes to Boy Scouts Part of the proceeds from the Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club's annual Ham and Oyster Dinner, held in February, will benefit Lewes Boy Scout Troop One in Lewes. According to Troop Leader John Sarik (center), the cheek for $750 will help delimy the costs of uniform items end other mapplies nec- essary to keep the troop going. Sarik is shown hero with LewewRehoboth Rotary Club Treasurer Tom Reale (1) and Ham end Oyster Dinner C3haitmmn Craig Karsnitz (r). s hades Solar control when you need it. Reject up to 72% of the sun's heat. Reduce glare by 90%. Allow a clear view out. Reduce sun fad/rig. Cut ai/ond/tioning costs. Retain 25t of inside heat in winter. Custom fit to any size. KENTMERE Custom Studio 117 Schley Avenue Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-0787 Tired of all the talk? Henry Mancini ,A- Barry Manilow -k Johnny Mathis * Glenn Miller "A" Anne Murray -A- Olivia Newton John * Roy Orbi- son -A- Patti Page Helen Reddy * Switch to AM 900 Featuring The Stars! The Beach Boys -k Tony Bennett * Glen Campbell * Ray Charles Patsy Cline * Nat King Cole * Neff Diamond *- Crystal Gayle Englebert Humperdink * Carole King * Melissa Manchester * Carly Simon -A- Frank Sinatra -A- Barbra Streisand James Taylor -k BJ Thomas -k Bobby Vinton * Dionne Warwick Andy Williams Stevie Wonder Elvis Presley * Charlie Rich -A- The Righteous Brothers -A- Kenny Rogers -A- Linda Ronstadt -A- Diana Ross * Simon & Garfunkle * PLAYING ORIGINAL HITS FROM THE LAST 6 DECADES Call Unforgettable WSSR AM 900 - 856-0900