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Cape Artists host reception in Lewes The Cape Artists recently hosted a reception at their co-op gallery in the New Devon Inn in Lewes. The large exhibit occupied several areas and the gallery on the lower level It was en- joyed by many art lovers in the area. For those who missed the opening exhibit or who would like to view traditional paintings by this group of 22 artists, their work may be viewed this month at the Fisher-Martin House on Kings Highway in Lewes. Some of the Cape Artists will participate in the Lewes Garden Tour scheduled for Saturday, June 20, in Zwaanendael Park. A special booth will display their paintings and other artistic work, which will be on sale to the public. Several members of the co-op will participate in St. Peter's Sidewalk Sale on July 4, and will also exhibit at the annual Fisherman's Wharf Arts Festival later in the summer. The Cape Artists have several satellite galleries in the area, in- cluding the Rose & Crown restaurant and The Crabhouse. The Cape Artists Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Shown above during the reception are (l-r) Gladys and Ernie Ratz, Louise Showell and Anet- ta Verner. Scotty Continued from page 74 I always wanted us to start one," Edler said. "But we needed a drum set. Even if I wouldn't be here, they would have a jazz band if we could get some drums." Barbara Jerrell, treasurer of the jazz foundation, recently visited Milton Middle to see the newly purchased drum set and to con- gratulate Edler and Smith. She said Smith's letter of application gave credit to the eighth-grader. "The integrity of Jeremy and the other students came through in the letter Brian wrote to us," she said. "We couldn't turn down this re- quest. The Scotty Jazz Foundation sent Jeremy a letter thanking him for thinking of others." Edler will be a student at Cape Henlopen High School next fall, where he has already earned a place in the jazz band. He has participated in the annu- al Scotty Jazz Foundation fundraiser held at Sydney's Blues and Jazz Place each year during the jazz festival. He is also one of only 20 musi- cians to be accepted in a jazz im- provisation summer workshop at West Chester State University. New farm exhibit set at Agricultural Museum "Form and Function on the Farm," a new exhibit opening at the Delaware Agricultural Muse- um June 20, explores the Victori- an farmers' desire for good, func- tional and visual design. The ex- hibit focuses on the intricate art- work that was an important part of the equipment the farmer had to live with day after day. For more information, call 302-734-1618. Smith, who just finished his dent. first year teaching at Milton, also Janice Failer, Jeremy's mother attended the middle school. He said she is very grateful to the jazz was also a recipient of a Scotty foundation board for the assis- Jazz Foundation scholarship in tance that they have provided for 1990 when he was a music stu- students over the years. Join us for Father's Day Brunch 11 - 2 P.M. Dinner 5- 10 P.M. -- CALL FOR RESERVATIONS -- 31 Robinson Drive & Rt. 1 Rehoboth Beach - 227-3100 Dinner Nightly from 5:00 p.m. CAPEGAZETTE, Friday, June 19,..June.25, 1998 - ,75 Restaurant MAIWIAI'tD & DPIAWAI00I:." - 5.=.= Co,,.f We,,,.. V,.d 128 Second St., Lewes 645-1980 http://www.beach-net.corn/larosanegra.htrnl Rg00U00OS $12.95 : SvP;mia)Y" 5 l Fresh Seafood Two chef Special reopes prepared daily from the best and freshest seafood available. Your wait person will inform you. Flounder Almondine - Flounder fillets dipped in egg batter and sauteed with butter, almonds, worchestershire and lemon. Veal Marsala -Veal cutlets pan seared with onion and mushrooms finished with Marsala wine and Espagnole sauce. Roast Duckling - 1/2 Partially boned Long Island Duckling crisply roasted and served with Orange ( igarade sauce. Crab Cake - Jumbo lump,a touch of minced red bell pepper, celery, onion and just enough binder to hold, then baked and served in a ramekin. I Vegetable Lasagna - Fresh vegetables, lasagna, cheeses, baked in the traditional style and served with fresh tomato sauce. Pasta of the Day - Your server will describe the recipe for the day. Chicken Chardonnay - Fresh, boneless, skinless, chicken breast pan seared then finished with a delicate beurre blanc of Chardonnay, lemon and spring onions. Rib Eye - 1# Charcoal grilled rib eye served with crispy homemade french fries. Steak Bordelaise - One 5oz. Certified Black Angus i filet mignon pan seared and served in a sauce ( espagnole with onion and red wine. $19.98 buys an Entree plus soup or salad / and choice of dessert. This promotion menu will be AVAILABLE ALL NITES , WED., & THURS. June 21st Father's Day DAD'S ENTREE FREE Make reservations now OPEN 12 NOON 4121 Highway One. 227-4747