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CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, June 19 . June 25, 1998 - 83 Big Band Society to host dance in Rehoboth Beach on July 18 The Big Band Society of Del- marva will sponsor the "Come Dance With Me" dance from 8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, July 18, at the Rehoboth Beach Con- vention Center. Entertainment will be provided by Walt Wagner and the Serenaders. There will be a moderately priced bar, courtesy of the Lewes Lions Club, with proceeds donated by the Lions to local charities. Those attending should bring their own snacks. Free parking is provided at the Ames parking lot, with a shuttle to the center provided by the Lions Club. Dress is casual, but shorts are not permitted. The cost is $10 per person; $12 at the door. For more information or to purchase tickets, call Ruth at 645-7188. Some of the volunteers who helped with the Best of the Beach Art Auction are shown here at the registration table. Standing are (l-r) Nancy Protack, Lori Williams, Nancy Cum. mings and Suzanne Foraker. Seatedare Sheila Harris, Lynn Misener and Patty Huptman. Auction Continued from page 82 of Beebe Medical Foundation. "In fact, preliminary figures show that this was our most successful event ever. It looks like we netted somewhere in the neighborhood of $75,000, which will be shared by Beebe Medical Center and Re- hoboth Art League." Debbie Killeen, who served as co-chairman of the event with Christine Strauss, who was chair- man, said the 513 reservations made for the art anction was the largest number yet for a Beebe Medical Center sponsored event. "We were really thrilled with r sponse from the community," sa Killeen. "We had 148 items d, nated for our silent auction ar another 30 for our live auctio Shop owners were just happy donate to us. They are very SUl portive of Beebe Medical Cent, and Rehoboth Art League. Not single business we asked said no Marvel noted that this year event topped last year's, in tern of proceeds to the two organiz: tions, by approximately $25,000 In all, 60 artists contributed this year's silent and art auction, When it came time to bid on tl live auction items, the crowd co: tinued to show its support. Au. tioneer Don Moore worked we with the crowd and said, prior the bidding, that he was vex pleased with the high quality ( the items being sold at auctioJ Moore warmed the crowd wit Pamela Bounds-Seemans' mixe media painting of Lewes Harbo which brought a winning bid c $1,000. Marilyn Bauman's ol painting of the "Lewes Coas Guard Station" brought $2,10( H. Earl Abbott Jr.'s oil painting c "Landscape with Hay Rolls brought $1,400; Murra z Archibald's "Something Abou Red," an airbrush/acrylic piece brought $1,500; and Rebecc Raubacher's "Big Horse,"; mixed media on paper, brough the high price of the night wheJ patrons at two adjacent tables - fu eled by the auctioneer's racetracl banter - pushed the bidding to ; winning figure of $2,200. Laura Hickman's pastel "Zinni; Garden," which served as the cov er painting for this year's even, program, brought a high bid of $2,100. A sampling of the other bids: $375 for Robin Reifsnyder's cutwork stoneware vessel; $600 for Robert Martin's oil painting, "Beebe Bouquet"; $575 for Bea Whitehead's "Antler Basket"; $750 for Matthew Mack's water- color, "Summer Memories of Lewes"; $750 for Jack Lewis' wa- tercolor, "Marsh Scene"; and $700 for Henry Meier's watercol- or, "Amishman's Plow." \\; \\; \\; Fine Dining Since 1980 Continental Cuisine Romantic Atmosphere Award Winning Wine List ...... i?iiiii 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 i / / A 3petizer (302) 644-9005 22 Midway Shopping Center, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings up y()ur week 00,/FV Seafood Scampi Shrimp, Scallops, Clams and Lob- ster served in an Onion Pepper Marinara or Scampi-Style over Tomato Basil Penne Pasta Bouillabaisse made of Onion, Celery, Carrots & Potatoes with Mussels, Clams, Shrimp, Scallops & White Fish in a rich Tomato Seafood Broth with Chef's choiice of pasta Crabmeat Avocado Salad Jumbo Lump Crabmeat, Avocados, Tomatoes, Cucumbers & Olives on a bed of Mixed Greens served with a Basil Balsamic Vinaigrette OPENII 1o p m. Sun.- Thurs. a.m.a.m. : Fri. & Sat.