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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Billy Mann will open for Daryl Hall & John Oats and Chicago at the DRBA's third annual hospital benefit on Saturday, July 4. July Fourth Continued from page 68 zine, "Entertainment Weekly" and "The Washington Post." The Independence Day fundraiser to benefit Beebe Med- ical Center in Lewes and Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital of Cape May Courthouse, N.J., will also feature live performances from two of pop music's most ac- complished acts - Chicago and Daryl Hall & John Oates. "Billy Mann's performance will be an exciting addition to the evening's events," said Michael R. Owens, director of operations for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and producer of year's event. "We are fortunate to have such impres- sive artists performing on the same stage." _ The outdoor event will be held Saturday, July 4, at the Eagle Crest Aerodrome property on Route 1, north of Lewes. The grounds will be open at 4:30 p.m. General admission tickets for the event are $25, and patrons should bring a chair or towel for seating. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Concert-goers are encouraged to qontact the DRBA hotline at 302-571-6488 for the most up-to-date information and ticket sales locations. Last year's Hospital Benefit raised $150,000 for Beebe Med- ical Center and the Burdette Tom- lin Memorial Hospital. According to DRBA executive director Michael E. Harkins, the DRBA hopes to exceed last year's fig- ures. "The DRBA is proud to offer this event for the benefit of the two hospitals and the communi- ties we serve. We encourage everyone to attend and share with us a great night of music and fire- works for a very worth cause." June 26 - July 2, 1998 precede the dance benefit, to raise money and enthusiasm for LOVE'98." This year, these events included a Bachelor Auction at the Blue Moon Restaurant and a "Tough Love Fetish Fest" at the Double L Bar in Rehoboth Beach. Both events were held on June 13. LOVE'98 has several new faces associated with it. DJ Orlando Di- az has been selected to provide the summer sounds this year. Diaz is respected for a wide variety of music mixes at prominent events on both coasts over the past sever- al years. Mark Lee, a Washington, D.C. area marketing and special event professional, will handle the production of the dance itself. There are also many others hard at work for the LOVE'98 fundraiser, including those who have worked on previous LOVE events, such as Charlie Codacovi, Timothy Cre- die and Tom Minutto. Bill Gold- stein, another volunteer, is provid- ing significant financial support to the project. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door, if available, and can be purchased through Box Of- fice Tickets at 800-494-8947. Tickets can also be purchased lo- cally at Lambda Rising Bookstore in Rehoboth Beach, or at CAMP Rehoboth, 39 Baltimore Ave., Re- hoboth Beach. LOVE'98 raises funds for Food & Friends of Washington, D.C.; the Sussex County AIDS Com- mittee of Rehoboth Beach; Health Education Resource Organization (HERO) of Baltimore; and the AIDS Information Network of Philadelphia. In its first three years, LOVE has raised more than $100,000 for these charitable or- ganizations. 'Let Freedom Ring' with Baystar performance The Baystar Dinner Theater and Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant are joining together to offer everyone the perfect way to celebrate the Fourth of July. Jordan's will serve its usual gourmet menu with the addition of a number of special items ap- propriate for the day. Baystar will then perform "Let Freedom Ring," a musical production that stirs the patriotic juices of every- one who sees it. And after dinner and show, the audience will be es- corted to reserved seats and tables on the rooftop deck from which they will get a perfect view of Continued on page 71 Fireworks will flash across, the skies of the Cape Region over the July Fourth weekentd. The displays will follow the DRBA benefit outside of Lewes on Saturday, July 4, and will also be part of a fireworks cerebration on Sunday, July 5, in the waters off Rehoboth Avene. LOVE'98 comes back to Rehoboth July 4 LOVE'98 is coming to Re- hoboth Beach on July 4. The dance benefit, held annually at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Cen- ter, raises funds for four different AID S service organizations in four different geographical loca- tions. Thisyear's party begins at 8 p.m. and lasts until 2 a.m. "Actually, LOVE is a series of events," said Sussex County AIDS Committee executive direc- tor Glen Pruitt. 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