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.+. :++- .- + ++ . r r*'- .+ . - 'I ",+ + *'-,.,*K* t , + "-++ - " 74 JE GA"ETrE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Angle Moon photo Syndey's hosts Spring Young Musicians Jazz Showcase A Young Musicians Jazz Showcase, presented by the Scotty Jazz Foundation, was held at Sydney's Restaurant and Blues Place in Rehoboth Beach, on Thursday, May 28. Featured were the Rehoboth Elementary School Band, The Channel Surfers, Amanda Novocin, the Lewes Middle School Jazz Band and Cape Henlopen High School Jazz Band. The event raised funds for the foundation, which donates proceeds to young Cape Region musicians. Shown performing are (l-r) Paige Fitzgerald, Rozanna Durling and Colleen Clark of the Channel Surfers, alumni of the Rehoboth school music program. Spirit of 'Scotty' provides positive downbeat at Milton Middle School By Rosanne Pack Jeremy Edler doesn't play drums and as of last week's transi- tion ceremony, he is no longer a student at Milton Middle School; however, his love of music and his devotion to the band program there will help the school keep up a steady beat for years to come. A musician who plays trumpet and guitar, Edler initiated action that brought a new drum set to Milton and that is all the middle school band program needed to start a jazz band. A donation of $1,500 from the Scotty Jazz Fouq- dation paid for the drums and new speakers. Brian Smith, middle school band director, said Edler urged him to apply to the foundation for funding to purchase a drum set. "We didn't have a jazz band and Continued on page 75 Rosanne Peck photo The Scotty Jazz Foundation has provided the downbeat for a new jazz band at Milton Middle School with a donation of $1,500 that allowed the school to buy a drum set. Represent- ing the foundation, Barbara Jerrell meets student musician Jeremy Edler; Brian Smith, band director;, and the new drum set. Edler just completed eighth grade at Milton and he will be a jazz band member at Cape Henlopen High in the fall. d 1 , - Reservaons Reqmre -- I-iv'.,,  Toll Free 1-888-456 TOOT (8668) I "S .." 730 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 I] I I ., .+o .,n, ..,.+. v+, u+ a, -- adFlTSefundrteh; rimitdt0toCanCeam0d t ra:ns e..hpay eqUiOunnt,,OSlroad: and pricing without notice. Embassy Music extends annual artist and song search Embassy Music of Nashville, Tenn., has extended the deadline for its fourth annual artist and song search. "The Ultimate Talent Search" will offer more than $50,000 in prizes, including a recording contract for the grand-prize winner in the artist division. The grand-prize-winning song will be recorded and distributed nationwide. To receive an entry form, call 615-367-0677. cr o IV. Or (ye .s / craft00 ./ / .n mp,mc.n.mnmw mmo k_,+-7.v I II Adults & Children " "- P;+o_ay  i I Paint Your Own Pottery x  +.;,  I | Mosaics Candle Rolling SculpyProjects"vent  | I Glass Painting. Woodworking '1/' I | OPEN DALLY 10 a.m. " J CREATABLE CRAFTS 146 Rehoboth Ave. 227-1020 I We know you. You know good food. We should get together. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Plenty of Free Parking Easy Access Reservations 226-5220 REHOBEIH COUHTRY GRILL RT, I, Rehoboth Outlet 2, Rehoboth Beach (turn by Exxon) steaks seafood comfort food bakery Monday Night *1