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- ,, CAPE GAZI'rI, Friday,. tme,, 99 - 67 Friends of Rehoboth Library prepare for July benefit party The Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Public Library are preparing for a cocktail party from 6 to 8 p.m., on Thursday, July 10 at the home of Meredith Jenney and Jimmy Marshall, 69 Hen- lopen Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, to benefit the library. There is a donation of $20 per person. For more information, call 227-8259. The planning committee includes (standing, l-r) Jean Raughley, Fred Weidmann, Fern Hayes, treasurer; Carol Searles, Mable Granke and L.awrence Peters; (seated) Jane Bennett, secretary; Priscilla Smith, president; Karen Shaud and Rosemarie Bahan. 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 Rehoboth Beach Great Margaritas! Fine Mexican Fare! Happy Hour Nightly 5-7 p.m. Open 7 Days Dinner Served Sun. thru Thurs. 5 to I I * Fri. & Sat. 5 to Midnight Lunch Served Fri., Sat. & Sun., Noon to 5 p.m. Maryland artists exhibit at SCAC; reception set June 26 Four Maryland Artists have brought their work across the state line for display in Sussex County Arts Council's Gallery. A reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Thursday, June 26, will provide the public an opportunity to meet these women. The Gallery is located in the Theatre Lobby at Delaware Tech- nical and Community College, Georgetown. Eithne Graziano of Ocean Pines, Berlin, MD is exhibiting pastels and watercolors, including scenes of Asateague, Fenwick and Dagsboro. While living on Long Island, Graziano studied art at the Com- munity College of Suffolk Coun- ty, at the University of New York at Stonybrook and with several lo- cal artists, she maintained mem- bership in and exhibited with Huntington Township and Bell- port Art Leagues and Suffolk Chapter of American Pen Women. Since moving to Maryland in 1991, she has continued her in- volvement with the arts communi- ty as a member of the Art Institute and Gallery in Salisbury, the Coastal Artists Guild and the Art League of Ocean City. Her oils, watercolors, and pas- tels have merited awards and pur- chases on both New York and Maryland. Gloria Young Smith, also of Ocean Pines, Berlin, MD was an art major at Nassau Community College, attended the National Academy of Design and studied at the Art Students League all in New York environs and took wa- tercolor seminars and abroad with Bernard Evans at Mounts Bay Art Centre, Cornwall, England. In addition to her work in land- scapes and commissioned por- traits, Young Smith has served as chief cartoon illustrator for Freeport, NY's leading newspa- per, The Leader, and for ten years she worked as a graphic artist at Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre, NY. Most recently, she is teaching oil painting at A.I.G., Salisbury. Young Smith has an extensive background Of exhibitions from New York to Florida and from Maryland to New Mexico. Among her organizational memberships are the National League of American Pen Women, the Miniature Art Society of Flori- da and Life Membership Art Stu- dents League, New York. Marge Violetta from Salisbury, MD is exhibiting wonderful large pit fired pots that must be seen. They are first fired in an electric kiln and then in sawdust in a brick kiln in her garden. Violetta uses a combination of wheel; slab and sculpting. A registered nurse by profes- sion, she has gradually evolved from traditional art and painting classes to clay to sculpting to combining her knowledge and ex- periences. After years in an upstairs bed- room workspace, Violetta is now ensconced in a newly built studio at her home. Paula Hepburn resides in Salis- bury, MD. Form and color are the ingredients used to please, chal- lenge and always to involve the observer in her watercolor/collage works. Her works along with the other three Maryland artists will contin- ue through July 26. For more information call SCAC at 856-5421. This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts. A state agency committed to pro- moting and supporting the arts in Delaware. ,d "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Complete Wine List Here is a sampling from the Dinner Menu: STEAK VINO B-OSSO Center-cut New York strip steak, charbroiled, topped with a wild mushroom duxell and finished with a Vino Rosso sauce. Served with Holstein potatoes and fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine- Melot, McGuigan Brothers, Australia BLACKENED SHI:fiND SCALLOP$ Jumbo gulf shrimp and iage sea scallops blackened in traditional New Orleans style and served atop a fine roasted red pepper sauce. Fettucini in a pesto a cream sauce and fresh vegetables finish this entree. Suggested Wine- Sauwgnon Banc, Clos du Bois, California 3oneless breast of capon with apple walnut stuffing, baked until golden brown and topped with a Grand Marnler sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine.White Medot, Fodant De France, France The classic combination- broiled cold- water lobster tail and charbroiled 8 ounce filet mignon, served with lemon rosemary orzo and fresh vegetables. Stuffed Surf & T-Iobster w crab impehal and filet. Stuffed Twin Taib- Twin kYter tails stuffed wi crab . Suggested W,e- Shiraz, Lindernans, AusiraUia so vlcxo Salmon, poached in a light fumd then nestled atop fresh asparagus spears, topped with sauteed jumbo lump crabmeat and hollandaise sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables and lemon rosemary orzo. Suggested We- Pouilly Fu=sse, Clos Ressier, France Oven-roasted, full rack of lamb seasoned with 7-grain mustard and bread crumbs, accented with tri-colored sauces and served with wild rice timbale and fresh vegetables, Suggested Wine- Merlot, Tessera, California Stiyw. C00ace, 6't,phistication In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615 q.