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LOVE98 benefit to sparkle in Rehoboth on July 4 LOVE98, the fourth regional fundraising dance benefit held an- nually since 1995 on Indepen- dence Day weekend in Rehoboth Beach, will take place Saturday, July 4, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention and Civic Center. Three previous holiday weekend events have generated more than $100,000 for HIV/AIDS educa- tion and direct services through distribution to HIV/AIDS com- munity service organizations lo- cated throughout the Mid-Atlantic area. This year's event, to be held from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., will feature music by popular DJ Orlando Di- az of Atlanta. Guests will enjoy complimentary beverages at an open bar made possible by prod- uct support from national corpo- rate sponsors including Seagrams and NAYA Canadian Natural Spring Water and Rehoboth Beach restaurant and bar busi- nesses. "The tremendous support re- ceived each year from Rehoboth Beach businesses and residents, as well as seasonal guests from throughout the Mid-Atlantic area who are familiar with the impor- tant education and service work being done by the beneficiary or- ganizations in their home commu- nities, is what makes the LOVE events so much an integral part of the annual beach experience," said Charlie Codacovi, chair of the LOVE98 event. Funds raised at this year's event will be distrib- uted to Food & Friends in Wash- ington, D.C., Sussex County AIDS Committee (SCAC) in Re- Continued on page 70 Sentimental The Lamp Post dinner theatre buffet opens at 6 and Footlight Productions performs "Sentimen- Continued from page 67 Sandy Coleman, co-owner of the restaurant, said it had been several years since The Lamp Post had offered live entertainment, and they are very optimistic that such dinner theatre will prove to be popular. Riggin said that several of those who saw "Sentimental Journey Radio Show," either in the audi- ence or sneaking peeks from the hallway, commented that it was a treat to see and hear a perfor- mance that was entertaining and not geared so much to a rock-and- roll crowd. She said the crowd for the first performance was primari- ly mature adults. "Many of them commented that it was great to have 'a show for us'; Something that was fun, up- beat, a little sentimental, and it wasn't too loud or too late," Rig- gin said. "But another thing that we are seeing is that 'swing' is coming back. Teens and young adults are taking dance lessons to swing music, so, who knows, maybe there's a whole new audi- ence out there." tal Journey Radio Show" at 7:30 p.m. The buffet includes clam chowder, a variety of salads and vegetables, grilled chicken breast with apple chutney, Lamp Post crab cakes, baked salmon, prime rib, breads and key lime pie; the cost for dinner and show is $33, gratuity included. A cash bar is available. For reservations, call 645-7223 or 732-9311. Footlight Productions was founded by Sweeny and John "Ches" Warrener. They provide dinner theatre entertainment on the Saturday night Royal Zephyr Dinner Train that is run by the Queen Anne's Railroad and troupes are available for special occasions, including tour groups, conferences, anniversaries and or- ganizations. Members include ex- perienced actors and directors and many who create the original theme productions that Footlight members perform. A Broadway revue and a Christ- mas show are in the works for lat- er in the year. For information on booking or membership, call 645- 7223. Steppin' Out Rose & Crown: Second Street. Art Curley & Dale Britt Duo every Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. DJ and karaoke on Friday nights. SaturdaY, June 20 - The Hurricanes; Saturday, June 27 - Selective Amnesia. For informa- tion, call 645-2373. Second Street Grille: Sec- ond Street. Thursdays - Live jazz with Jeff Irwin and Phil Miller from 7 to 10 p.m. For informa- tion, call 644-4121. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road. Friday, June 19 - Carbon !4; Saturday, June 20 - The Con- vertibles; Wednesday, June 24 - Sky Brady; Thursday, June 25 - Regina; Friday, June 26 - The Stumble; Saturday, June 27 - The Coyotes. For information, call 945-8900. DOVER Dover Downs Slots: Garden Caf6, Route 113. "Winners Grand Circle Buffet" on Thursday (4 to 8 p.m.), Friday (5 to 9 p.m.) and Saturday (6:30 to 9:30 p.m.) with pianist Eyrl Byassee. Friday and Saturday, June 19-20 - Sleepless Knights; Sunday, June 21 - Star Band; Monday and Tuesday, June 22-23 - The Starlites; Wednesday, June 24 - Alive By Five; Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, June 25-27 - David Allan Cruz; Sun- day, June 28 - Classic Sound. For information, call 674-4600. 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