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Submitted photo Beebe employee wins Fun in Sun prize Liz Hazzard, a lab tech specialist at Beebe Medical Center, recently learned she won a check for $1,000 and a Fun in the Sun basket. The basket included two stereo radios, an insu- lated drink caddy, two pair of Sunglasses, two beach blankets, a 35mm zoom camera, a beach umbrella, a football, and sun- screen. The raffle was part of the 11th annual Best of the Beach Art Auction and dinner held at Beebe Medical Center June 10, to benefit Beebe Medical Center and the Rehoboth Art League. Kahn brings Tall Ships to Lewes' Edward Carter Gallery The Edward Carter Gallery in Lewes will open its premier sum- mer photography exhibition, "Michael Kahn: The Romance of Sail," with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, July 1. The exhibi- tion will remain on view until Aug. 2. Kahn shoots vintage boats, transforming his black and white film to haunting, sepia-toned im- ages, starkly detailed and warmly toned. Kahn's photos reveal details of rigging, masts, bows, blocks and fids and more. His work has been the focus of solo and group shows in galleries throughout the east coast, includ- ing the Mystic Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport Museum. All work included in this show are sepia toned, gelatin silver prints limited to an edition of forty. In celebration of the Fourth of July weekend an OpSail, flutist Christina Campo, a 1990 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, will perform sea chanteys. Beer from renowned local brewery Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats, will be available at the opening reception. While specializing in original images by Ansel Adams, the Ed- ward Carter Gallery also main- tains an excellent selection of work by other great photogra- phers and brings the work of de- serving new artists to the public's attention. The Edward Carter Gallery is located at the Inn at Canal Square, 122 Market Street in Lewes. Gallery hours from May to Sep- tember are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 644- 7513, or visit the Web site at ed- 00CWi'm'00n00ve' S Rehoboth Beach, DE SI.INDAY BRUNCH Brunch A La Celsius 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Pre-Fixe $10.00... lnehu your Brunch entree, Homefries, Breakfast Cocktail, and Coffee or Tea Assord Bread Basket rtmd with all meals Early Dinner Special Buy One Entree and Get One Entree FREE* Every night 5-6:30 p.m. rm, emrim ma t* maa er tlmw  Sunday Night Special Btaj 3 Tapas and get the 4th Tapas FREE All Night Every Sunday 227-5767 Open 7 Days Friday, July 14th, 2000 Bastille Day Dinner & Wine Menu Wint provided by Century Wine & Spirit Aperitif:. Lil|et Blar Pale with Onion Cosit or Chilled Vichyssoise Wine: Henry de Vezelay Bourgogne Bland Salad: Field Gmev.s w/rasr vinaigttte & Goat Cheese Feule Tounmdoa of Filet Mignon w/Sk'ed Anna Potato in a Port Wine Reduction or , Seared Salmon w/Coefetti Rice in a sorrel and Spinach Sauce or Syml#tonie de Ravioli in Yellow Tomato & Garlic Concaes Wine: Sang des Cailloux Vacqueyras ProfitoroBes in Warm Choolale Sauce Wine:. Domaine Durban Muscat um die Veniae Fixe $4S.00 Prix Dinner Served from 5 p.m. Reservations Suggested ,uave Chef Mary Jane $tanton CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 30 - July 6, 2000 - 95 'Mrs. Markham' handles bedroom bookings for Second Street Players starting July 14 Complete with dodging in and out of bedrooms and bars, scanty costumes and confused identities, Second Street Players presents the British comedy "Move Over, Mrs. Markham" July 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. Everyone seems to want to strike up a romance with some- one other than their mate, and somehow everyone seems to schedule the same bedroom at the same time in the Markhams' fiat. Discussing the plot, director Curt Stickel explained that one pub- lishing partner makes plans to connect with a tempting tele- phone operator, sight-unseen, while the interior designer has de- signs on the awesome au pair at the same time that the publisher's wife has set out to sew up the man she met in tapestry class. In the midst of the booking brouhaha, a desperate Mrs. Markham is near- ly wound up along with the win- dow treatment as the designer de- cides to make it a double header. Only, Mrs. Markham finds that her bedroom is starting to be standing room only. Stickel said that "Move Over, Mrs. Markham" is classic British farce, even including a dotty, straight and narrow female writer whose tongue twists almost everything into something slight- ly tarty. Mix the writer's "Bow Wow Books," some avant garde and gaudy home interiors and a collection of short nightwear, and the composition is complete. Taking a role in the cast, Stickel is joined by Kelly Holleger, Des- tiny Kerstetter, Thom McFarland, Kane Mowrey, Rosanne Pack, Bonnie Russell and Kenney Workman. Friday and Saturday shows are at 8 p.m.; Sunday matinees, 3 p.m. All tickets are $10 for Friday and Saturday shows; senior citi- zens and students pay a discount $9 for Sunday matinees only. Tickets are now on sale; for reser- vations, call 422-0220. The players' Riverfront Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut in downtown Milford. The theatre is air condi- tioned and accessible to persons with disabilities. Second Street Players are supported in part by the Delaware Division of the Arts and the Sussex County Council. NOW OPEN! Yogozuna Japanese Restaurant Featuring home style cooking and Sushi Bar 302.539.5755 Route 1 MarYland Ave. Fenwick Island, DE @ Take a Ju]y l This year, the biggest' be in the best middle of the De] . So make plans NOW to Cape May ferry in the the ferry 7:30 on Mday night, July 3, at the Lewes terninal. Depart at 8 o'clock for an evening filled with livi music by Animal House and fireworks galore. Don't miss out! Call 1-8oo-64-FERRY and reserve your tickets now By popular Fireworks Cruise! Adult tickets: $ao. Under 12: Sin. No coolers permitted aboard the ferry. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.