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AngkMoonphoto YMCA dedicates outdoor volleyball pit The Sussex Family YMCA, Church Street in Rehoboth Beach, dedicated its new volleyball court on Saturday, June 3. Pictured above at the brief ceremony (front row from left) are Lisa Repman, Shukri Gibbs, Nieole Matthews, Burr Monroe, Meliasa bfatthews, Kristen Matthews, Christina Monroe, Lindsey Woolsey and John Feffer. In the back row, h.om left, are John VanDyke (one of the founders of the YMCA), Wendy Hunter, Brott DePrinee, Claudia Monroe, Regina blatthews, Lou Mazzini (executive director of the YblCA) and Cheryl Simmers. Classic, antique On June 16-18 set your watch for a fleet of classic wooden boats riding the waves at the Chesa- peake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. Last year's fes- tival saw more than 100 vintage watercraft converge on museum grounds. This year's eighth annual An- tique and Classic Boat Festival promises to he even bigger and better. Sponsored by the Chesa- peake Bay Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and the Maritime Museum, the festival has become one of the Eastern Shore's most popular events. The mahogany and cedar water- craft are an irresistible blend of craftsmanship and technology, with sweeping lines, gleaming finishes and uninhibited power plants. Watercraft from some of the oldest and most famous boat builders, including Chris-Craft, Century, Dodge, Hacker and Gar Wood will be exhibited. The boats on display will range from 13 to 65 feet, with most in the 17 to 30 foot range. Judging will be based upon the age and category of the boat. For exam- ple, historic boats are those built prior to 1919; antique boats were produced from 1919-1942; and classic boats were built from 1942-1968 (1968 is generally con- sidered to be the end of mass-pro- duced wooden boats in the U.S.). The various categories include runabouts, utilities, cruisers, sail- boats, outboards, canoes and race boats. Those interested in race boats with a local history will certainly want to see "Miss Severn," a Hacker Design Gold Cup Racer. Originally built in 1922 and rac- ing as "Arab VI," the boat placed second in the Gold Cup, Races of that same year. Those attending the festival can expect to see vari- ous styles of racing boats, from boat show set in St. Michaels Miss Severn and various Chris- Craft and Ventnor Racing Run- abouts to the small Sid-Craft Hy- droplanes built in Nixon, N.J. The festival begins Friday, June 16, at 9 a.m. with a series of talks on the history of boating in the Chesapeake Bay region. Following the talk, there will be a classic river boat cruise. Activities begin at 9 a.m. Satur- day, June 17, with a parade of an- tique cars and trailered boats through the town of St. Michaels, followed by the boat display at the museum docks. Sunday's hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To get to St. Michaels, take Route 404 to Route 50 and pro- ceed to Easton, Md. Turn on to Route 322 and then follow Route 33 west to St. Michaels. Signs will be posted. " Specialofthe Week SALMON *6.75 lb. Retail & Wholesale Sun.- Thurs. 11-6. Fd. 10-8. Sat. 10.7 644-0708 Whole Maine Lobster Dinner Special $16.o0 Offered Monday - Thursday Celebmtingl6 Great Years Continental Cuisine Romantic Nmosphere Award-Winning Wine List Exciting, Well-Rounded Menu OutJ'ageous Desserts ReservaUons 227-6494 Comer of Second Street E, Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Bench, Delaware 19971 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 - 59 All.Conference golf, track teams named Several Cape Henlopen High School athletes were named to the Hen- lopen Athletic Conference All-Conference golf and track teams. Two Viking golfers were named to the All-Conference team: junior Ossie Warrington was named to the second team while sophomore Ben Oakes received honorable mention. In boys track, Mark Martin received All-Conference honors in the pole vault; G-reg Mansfield in the 800m and 1600m relays and 400m; Ryan Streett and Larry Woodall in the 800m and 1600m relays; Frank Clement in the 800m and 1600m relays and 800m; and Dale Dunning in the high jump. In girls track, All-Conference honors went to Becky Steuer in the 1600m; Jamie Hill in the 300m hurdles and 1600m relay; Tracie Duffy in the 1600m relay; Emnily Weer in the 1600m relay; and Natasha Jones in the 1600m relay and 400m. Complete Party Supplies Open 7 Days A Week 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Rehoboth Beach (302) 227-1180 Total Image 1995 Winston Cup Points as of 6/4/95 1. Dale Eamhardt 1809 2. Sterling Martin 1709 3. Jeff Gordon 1703 4. Mark Martin 1627 5. Ted Musgrave 1626 6. Bobby Labonte 1531 7. Rusty Wallace 1495 8. Micheal Waltrip 1455 9. Bobby Hamilton 1451 10. Terry Labonte 1431 NOW OPEN Official Gifts & Apparel IIIIII100000000. Winston Cup Camelot Shopping Center 227-1320 Rt. 1, Rehoboth Beach, across from Kmart Rt. 13 South, Seaford (Next to Cock & Bull) 629-9787 THE CLUE POIPCUi00i00I EEIrAUIr  LOtUNC-E --- This June --- lOth Celebration $10.00 Entrees All Night, All Week* Soft Shell Crabs N.Y. Strip Veal Marsala Blackened Scallops Fresh Catch of the Day Pork Tenderloin *'!"il 6:45 p.m. on Saturdays LIVE JAZZ ENTERTAINMENT "FUNCH" - Fridays & Saturdays Dinner 5 - 10 p.m. 227-4227 OPEN 7 Nights 316 Rehoboth Ave.