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-1- 8 TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2008 NEWS cape Gazette John Philip Sousa leads the band and Chautauqua By Georgia Leonhart georgia@ca pegazette.com the event got off to a very suc- cessful start, said Andrea Ander- son, site manager of the Zwaa- nendael Museum for the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs. Previously presented by the Delaware Hu- manities Forum, this year the event is co-sponsored by the Lewes Historical Society and the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, with grant support from the humanities fo- rum. Seger, a retired art and drama teacher from the Caesar Rodney School District, elicited laughter from the crowd as he questioned how his marches came to be backgrounds for car advertise- ments. He also questioned the words to a march referring to the need to be kind to one's fine- feathered friends. Delores Blakey, another former Caesar Rodney School District teacher, portrayed BiUie Holiday June 23. On Tuesday and Wednesday, June 24-25, Chautauqua will be located at the Lewes Historical Society Complex at Shipcarpen- ter and Third streets. Curt Stick- el, a historical interpreter and re- tired English teacher who direct- ed high school theater and is now associated with Second Opening day of the 10th annual Chautauqua featured a perform- ance by Eddy Seger portraying John Philip Sousa, the first of four great American musicians being showcased during the four-day historical event being held in Lewes. The Milford Community Band highlighted Seger's performance by entertaining guests with fa- mous Sousa marches before his presentation and joining him at the act's conclusioru With more than 400 attendees, GEORGIA LEONHART PHOTO PORTRAYING JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Eddy Seger leads the Milford Community Band featuring piccolo players (I-r) Margie Newnom, Marcy Parykaza and Laura Herbin during the opening night of the Tenth Annual Chautauqua. Street Players in Milford, will portray George Gershwin Tues- day. Stickel's portrayal will be preceded at 6 p.m. by a musical performance by well-known pi- anist and Rehoboth Beach jazz festival personality David Zipse. Wednesday's featured presen- tation will be by Dexter Kollie, portraying Delaware jazz legend Clifford Brown. "I am honored to have this opportunity to play the jazz great Clifford Brown" said Kollie, who attended Delaware State University. "I just hope that I am able to live up to his image" In addition to the evening per- formances, musical events and family crafts are offered through- out the day. All events are free to the public. More details are avail- able online at www.history. delaware.gov/pdfs/chautauqua.p df or by calling 645-U48. HeiCes 1 in St Str ldrm  w mot' vah t'reasur.  for childr, their f  their most Fi possm , buse kids  to r,,iump ul  mr, d dl  . O rki  c&cti dims kids to be kids. ,,,,d,,,,. I:)on't Wait! OR PURCHASE INDIVIDUALLY the lot of your choice Lot # 1 is 9 +/- acres: *999,000 3911-UL Lot #2 is 5 +I- acres: *650,000 3912-UL 28 pristine acres adjacent to private marsh & adjacent to Herring Creek waterway. Sub divided into 4 lots between 5 & 9 acres each. Site evaluations on file, recent survey. Beautiful mature woods great get away et close to beaches. Being sold as one 28 acre parcel for the price of $2,750,000 Lot #3 is 5 +/- acres: *650,000 Lot #4 is 6 +/- acres: '750,000 3913-UL 3914-UL Call the office with the above UL number for more information Call Paul Townsend REALTOR 302-645-2207 800-331-4241 1240 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 www.jacklingo.com III I I I I I Call April Irelan REALTOR 302-745-7371 (cell) apfil@J