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Ibach donates to Rehoboth Fireworks Fund Tom Ibach, owner of Ibach's Candy by the Sea and Dolle's, presents a check in the amount of $1,000 to Jessica Naipier-Kane, Rehoboth Beach Main Street program director. The money will be placed in the fund to pay for the Sunday, July 5 fireworks extravangza, which will take place at 9:30 p.m., from the ocean off the foot of Rehoboth Avenue. Main Street, sponsor of the event, is still seeking donations to defray the cost of the $30,000 display, and anyone wishing to donate may contact Naipier-Kane at 227-2772. The display will begin following concerts on the Bandstand and the Rehoboth Kiwanis Club is offering shuttle service from parking lots on beth the north and south sides of town. Briefly New management at Midway Bowl The owners of Midway Bowl have announced the appointment of Tom and Patty Cole as their new management team. The cou- ple comes from Queen Anne's Bowling Centre, a business the couple managed together for more than three years. Tom Core brings more than 25 years of experience in the bowling industry to his posi- tion, while Patty Cole has 25 years of administrative experience. Ragdoll maker to display craft at Kitty's June 20 Donna Gilbert, owner of Miss Fannie Turgeons, will be at Kit- ty's Ltd. in Millsboro, from I l a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, June 20. Gilbert, a teacher, began mak- ing rag dolls on a summer break in 1986. She later used production molds from the 1800s, along with a crackling process to recreate an antique-looking composition doll. She has also researched old Amer- ican sampler designs for use in doll making. For more information, call 934- 9578. 10:00 10:45 11:30 12:10 i 12: .......  1:30  2:30 i 3:15 Don't miss this quick, self-paced tour of some of the beach area's best values! -- OPEN 20 MIN. PER HOME-- Winding Creek Village ('/4 Creek Drive) (Maplewond) Colgate Drive Lot 10 Tanglewond Drive (Briarwood) 83 Bryan Drive (Midway Estates) Unit 89 Henlopen Gardens Clay Road (Lewes) In .Town Lewes (2nd SL & Shipcarpenter St.) 183 Edgewond Drive (Edgewater Estates) Call KD !i0IN1 forrecordedtime & directions at r,mz) t44.zNe CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 57 Blueberries ripe for the picking at Ryan's Berry Farm Ryan's Berry Farm & Orchard in Frankford has 50 acres of pick- your-own blueberries. Berries are 85 cents a pound; ready-picked fruit is also available. There is a 10 percent discount for senior citizens. Ryan's Berry Farm is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information or directions, call 238-7776. VERSAILLES are contempo- rary luxury townhomes with European elegance at a price to fit any lifestyle. Strategical- ly located in Eagles Landing III resort community, just minutes from world famous outlet shopping! Visitors find amenities including a glistening swim- ming pool tennis courts, clubhouse, scenic landscap- ing & loads of privacy! lust 37 VERSAILLES Town- house Villas will be offered for sale by Moore, Warfield & Glick, REALTORS. For more information,call: 302-226-M22 or 800-25. of Rehoboth "Affordable Elegance" iiiiii)i!i iiiiii iiii!ii!iii!'!i'iii',! !ii ,i Inside, one finds spacious rooms awash with sunlight. Prices starting at j ust $129,900. Packages Starting at $575 .rmor,t,