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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 - 77 Volunteers for the 48th Annual Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour are working hard to make this popular event a success. Hostess coordinators have recruited teams of hostesses to staff each tour house, and committee members have coordinated the placement of floral arrangements and calligraphy signs in each home. Volunteers shown here are pictured, l-r, in front of the Homestead Mansion. Back row: Linda Book, hostess coordinator for the Sosnowski House; Carolyn Fox, hostess coordinator for the Antolini House; Dottie Mahan, hostess coordinator for the Cole House; lancy Roberts, resumes of homes; Joanne De Fiore, calligrapher. Front row: Fern Hayes, hostess coordinator for the Kling House; Lucy Fleming, represent- ng hostesses provided by the Sussex Gardeners for the Townsend House; Becky Schellinger, 1oral coordinator and Jerry Alexander, treasurer. Not pictured are Margie Hadsell, hostess coordinator for the Crouse and Paul House and Ienkie Lingo, hostess coordinator for the Kelly House. Rehoboth Art League Cottage Four tickets now on Sale Y Tickets for the 48th Annual Re- ond Street; Saxon Swan, 101 Sec- /  r&apos;lrlr---"e"" r 'ZIUL'" loboth Art League Cottage Tour ond Street; Stepping Stone, 107 /*'ill .'.fflnlW I/ ire now on sale. The tour takes West Market Street; and Sugar B ace J Jly 8 a ad 9, fn m noon t 5 and Spice, 107 Second Street. m. S .ven l(wely mea homes in In Bethany, tour goers may buy ttttRII o.ettlTcGlltlkudtetslkTmll | | ae Glade, iqort L ;hores, Tle tickets at Sea Needles in the Route 1(1 .voapt, mm ill nes, i tehob<th B ;ac:h Yacht a ld 26 Mall on Garfield Parkway. In IX ountry Chb aJ s 3n the tcar Selbyville, tickets can be pur- ong vith t e H m .stead M n- chased at Hometown Art & Craft an. , at 11 Church Street and in Ocean This year s tour is dedicated to City at First State One Hour Photo at 11805 G Coastal Highway in 9lace July 8 and 9, from noon to 5 p.m. Seven lovely area homes in Fhe Glade, North Shores, The Pines, Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club are on the tour along with the Homestead Man- sion. the memory of Elizabeth N. Bing- ham, a long-time member of the Art League and a contemporary of League founder Louise Chambers Corkran. The co-chairs for the tour are Bingham's sister, Blix Koones, and daughter, Connie Boland. The tour will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 8 and 9, rain or shine. Tickets are $10 and are avail- able at the following locations in Rehoboth: Browseabout Books, 133 Re- hoboth Avenue; The Comer Cup- board Inn, 50 Park Avenue; Crab- tree and Evelyn, 33 Baltimore Av- enue; Designing Women, 4105 Highway One; Dinner Bell Inn, 2nd and Christian Streets; First State One Hour Photo,- 170 Re- hoboth Avenue; Midway Office & Art Supply, 35 Midway Shopping Center; Oby Lee Coffee Roastery, 722 Rehoboth Avenue; Oceanus Motel, 6 2nd Street; Plaza Gourmet, Boardwalk and Olive Avenue; Thunderbird Shop, 200 Rehoboth Avenue; Windsor's Flowers and Plants, 4111 High- way One; and the Wooden Indian, 25 Baltimore Avenue. Tickets are also available at these locations in Lewes: Beacon Motel, 514 East Savan- nah Road; Books by the Bay, 130 Second Street; Puzzles, 111 Sec- X 302-227-7530 j New Hours 6 AM -12A. fJ the Food Lion Shopping Center. f[[ Tickets are also available at the Rehoboth Art League, 12 Dodd's Lane, Henlopen Acres. The gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. For informa- tion, call 227-8408. ,/rmq2arfen00 "Beach House" Thanks you for 25 years! Every Friday  Customer Appreciation $1.50 Rail Drinks & Domestic Beers 9 - 11 p.m. and DANCE PARTY* with Jim Dawson '.- *Registration by 11 p.m. D.J. and Dancing Friday & Saturday 9-1 Lm. Located at 59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth 227-6121 ENTER THE SEA GRILLE HOWL AT THE MOON CONTEST twmm0000 FRIDAY JUNE 20 Enjoy our Friday Seafood Buffet t Entertainment by Michael Howard Catch Full Moon Fever at the Sea Grille! Enjoy a great tle Orllle00 Seafood Buffet, a Panoramic * View and singer Michael Howard while watching a Full Moon shimmering Serving Breakfast and Dinner Tuesday to Sunday over the Atlantic Ocean. .n=....-,a.u.a,ac==. HAPPY HOUR EVERY TUESDAY - 5 - 10 P.M. AT THE BAR EVERYDAY 4-7 d 15 Wilmington Avenue 1/2 PRICE GRILLED CHICKEN SANDWICHES WATERFRONT DOCK BAR Roa  EVERY WEDNESDAY - 5 - 10 P.M. Full Lunch & Dinner Menu Friday, June 20th u'J'B., I- 1/2 PRICED 80z BURGERS 6 T.V.'S FOR ALL SPORTS "THE BLUES GEMS"  2:!!!seEdr 15 TV'S FOR LL SPORTS Open 7 Days 11:30 a.m.- la.m.  unT/une 22 i-  THE BEATLESS" ,'h Utl'tc with I MON.- FRL 5-1 a.m. IRISH EYES o,,oa-,.,,,o,,., it "rtMitN'-N., / s,r,so ,oo:j_=. " 1  !i RerAtm, mT ,rn: MIGH.CHIHUAHUAS,, aY,ltr 9-1 I ,El Elflll, Con :riday Ju e 27 S pEN( ;E" nk by the water"