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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 33 Millsboro chamber see]is vendors for Big Thursday Festival Anyone desiring exhibitor space field Saturday. Saturday. Competition for tro- Other popular events associated Saturday's schedule includes the or an application for a competitive activity associated with the Big Thursday Festival & Car Show to be held Thursday through Satur- day, Aug. 14-16, in Millsboro, is asked to call the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce at 934- 6777 or email Millsboro@inter- com.net as soon as possible. The event will be held at the Millsboro Little League Complex on State Street and is cosponsored by the town of Millsboro, Little League and chamber. Applications are available as follows: Exhibitor spaces: Various sizes of booth spaces are available for food, craft, game and commercial vendors, who may choose to par- ticipate for one, two or three days. A public service area will be open to nonprofit organizations wishing to distribute literature and provide health screenings. Automotive and agriculture related exhibitors may sign up for Space on the car and farm show equipment show Millsboro Pageant: The pag- eant will be at 6 p.m., Thursday evening. It is open to girls ages 4 to 16, who reside within the 19966 ZIP code. Contestants compete within four divisions for the title of Little Miss Millsboro, ages 4-6; Juvenile Miss, 7-9; Junior Miss, 10-12; and Miss Teen Millsboro, 13-16. The pageant is open to a maximum of 30 contestants; the application deadline is Aug. 6. Car Show: In addition to ex- hibitor applications, car registra- tion forms are now available. The Saturday show will be on the Monroe Street field and offers more than 150 trophies. The pre- registration deadline is Aug. 8. The show is cosponsored by Auto World, Ellwanger Insurance, Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Preston's Mills- boro Auto Mart and the Wave Ra- dio. Farm Equipment Show: Own- ers of motorized and nonotor- ized farm equipment may resister to show on the Monroe Street field Erik Sumptlon photo Resort chamber moves to new digs * ' The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is moving temporarily into a doublewide in The Grove to al- low for construction of a roundabout at the end of Rehoboth Avenue as part of Phase II of the Rehoboth Beach Streetscape Project. Propping up the new building with cinder blocks is Guillermo Cedillos of Allied Trailer in Baltimore during the June 9 installation. The old train station will be moved to make way for construction. NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT AT THIS PRICE! 18 Gull Point 2BR, 2BA townhome in waterfront community. Spacious living & dining area, breakfast bar, loft, skylites, screened porch, deck & much more! PRICED AT ONLY $169,900 Directions: Gull Point - Rt. 24 to Rosedale Way, left to entrance. For more information, call: Mary Cerami, REALTOR 302-539-1777 ext. 3037 800-234-1777 ext. 3037 t " Moore Warfield & Glick, Inc. REALTORS phies is open to all models up to 1970. There will also be an an- tique tractor pull, hosted by the Young Farmers and Ranchers As- sociation. Application deadline is Friday, Aug. 8, pending space availability. The show is hosted by the Sussex Central Ruritans. Horseshoe Tournament: Hosted by the Bishop James C. Burke Council 11285 Knights of Columbus, the horseshoe tourna- ment also will be held on the Mon- roe Street field Saturday. Five classes will compete in a singles format round robin; trophies awarded to the three winners in each class. Preregistration dead- line is Aug. 15. The tournament is sanctioned by the National Horse- shoe Pitchers Association. The cosponsors are County Bank and Skillets Restaurant. DAM Mill 5K Run: The 3.1- mile, TAC-certified course begins and ends at Cupola Park, just off Route 24, at 8 a.m., Saturday. Awards go to the top-three runners in male and female age groups from 9 and under to 70 and older. T-shirts go to the first 200 en- trants; prerace registration dead. line is Friday, Aug. 15. Directed by the Seashore Striders, the run is cosponsored by Mountaire and Froggy 99.9. This is the 20th an- niversary run. with Big Thursday include an opening night auction, lots of chil- dren's entertainment, live con- certs, a 50/50 drawing and closing fireworks sponsored by the Mills- boro Dairy Queen. Concert tickets will be on sale July 1 at various outlets. Perform- ing Friday night will be The Road-. sters together with a preview cruise-in of Saturday's car show. Funsters and Dakkota. All Chamber members will have 50/50 tickets at $1 each or six for $5. The winning ticket will be drawn at 9 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16. The ticket holder need not be present to win. For all festival information, call the chamber at 934-6777 or email Mill sboro @ intercom, net. 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