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108 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Physiquo, an exhibition of vintage silver gelatin photo- graphs'from the 40s and 50s, will be on display at CAMP Re- hoboth Community Center, 39 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. The event, cosponsored by CAMP Rehoboth and PackardReath Gallery, will hold an opening reception from 4 to 7 p.m, Sunday, June 13, at CAMP Rehoboth. A ntage of sales and a raffle of the invitation image will benefit CAMP Rehoboth. For more information, call 227- 5620. Reba McEntire to headline benefit July 17 Nine time Country Music En- tertainer Of the Year Reba McEn- tire 11 beidline the 17th annual benefit C0iicert for Cystic Fibro- sis Saturday, July 17, at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore. The showtime is 7:30 p.m. The opening act will be local favorites The Hard Travelers, McEntire is noted for her smash hits including "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, .... What Do You Say, ..... Read My Mind," "Fancy" and "She Thinks His Name Was John." CF is a genetic disease affecting approximately 30,000 chil- dren and young adults for which there is no cure - yet. Since this con- cert's incep- tion, more than $8,000,000 has been raised for MCENTIRE this worthy cause. Premium tick- ets are $65; reserved tickets are $42.50 and upper reserved tickets are $27.50. To buy tickets, call 800-551-SEAT or visit www.tick- Physique exhibit to open June 13 at CAMP Rehoboth Rare silver gelatin photos on display The CAMP Rehoboth Commu- nity Center and the Packard Reath Gallery are jointly presenting an exhibition of vintage photographs from the 1940s and 1950s titled Physique. This show has been made-possi- ble through the efforts of the- Packard Reath Gallery of Lewes and the prestigious New York gallery Wessel + O'Connor. A percentage of all sales will bene- fit the CAMP Rehoboth Com- munity Center. The invitation image has been donated by Wes- sel + O'Connor and will be raf- fled off to benefit the Commu- nity Center. The public is invited to attend the opening reception from 4 to 7 p.m., Sunday, June 13 at The CAMP Rehoboth Community Center at 39 Baltimore Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. As the 1950s began, photo- graphic imagery of men became overtly focused on the natural beauty of the male body. This show will feature,vintage photographic work by pioneer- ing body-buildiiag photogra- phers from the 1950s including such famous artists as Bruce of Los Angeles Bruce Bellas, ( 1909-1974) Bob' Mizer :(t922- 1992) of the Athletic Model Guild, Lon of New York and Apollo Studio. These artists and others traveled up and down the California coast covering body-building competi- tions and helped create a cult of photographic collectors focused on male physique imagery. Also featured will be photographs of women by some of the artists rep- resented by Packard Reath Gallery such as Connie lmboden, Cindy Warwick and Allan Jenk- ins. For more information about this show call The CAMP Rehoboth Community Center at 227-5620 or Packard Reath Gallery at 644- 7513. The show will be on exhibit at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center throughout July. The Community Center is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 39 Balti- more Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. Vl0000ot X ]00eautiful Voocl and ,._.%F, irits "EAT LIKE A ROCK STAR" DCJWAI- TODAY 5 Wilrninston Avenue, Iehoboth zz6-gz8 :dBiiii!iii i" :v:]{ii!{i::u :@:: :::ui:.f::iii' . .: .................... No geeervat, ione Taken ..... 52 13all;irnore Ave. gehobot, h Beach www.iguanagrill.aorn 227-094&, $1.75 Coors Every Day! CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 109 Black and White gala unveils artwork CAMP Rehoboth offered a preview May 29 of the diverse artwork that will be available in the HEART of the Communi- ty Art Auction of the 2004 Black and White Beach Ball. This year 17 artists have created pieces employing the theme Heartwork. "This art show reminds me that we have the creative pow- er to make a difference in the world around us - one heart- beat at a time - and that the true art of our lives involves far more than pigment, brush and canvas," said Murray Archibald, CAMP Rehoboth president who co-chaired the art auction committee with artist Sondra Arkin. The Black and White Beach Ball, scheduled for Saturday, june 5, at the Atlantic Sands Ballroom on Baltimore Avenue, is an annual event to honor the Founder's Circle of the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center project and a fundraiser to as- sist in completing the community center. Shown at the pre- view party are artists (l-r) Randy Wise, Michael Weinert, Dale Sheldon, Rodney Cook, Bob Rahamin, Sondra Arkin, Liza Fleming, Ronald Butt, Ward Ellinger, Chip Freeman, Murray Archibald, Gary Fisher, and Aina Nergaard-Nammack. Participating artists not pictured are: Julie Baxendell, Lee Wayne Mills, Brian Petro, Patti Shreeve and Edwin Krumm. Seaside Train Club to hold first train show June 26 The Seaside Train Club will host its first train show in conjunction with the Millville Fire Company from 9 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 26. The ladies auxiliary will serve breakfast and lunch which will finan- cially benefit the fire company. There will be several train layouts as- sembled and running and more than 40 tables of trains and train acces- sories and collectibles. For more information call Doug at 539-4699. Bridin Reynolds Hughes photo Lunch served from 11 AM Dinner served from 5:30 PM Sorry, No Reservations Accepted The Buttery Barrestaurant i 2nd and Savannah, Lewes Delaware ! Reservations 302.645.7755 L'unch/dinner daily Sunday brunch www buttery'restaurant corn ' Callcs : Beet Reetaurant in Lewes I i I