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+,,o "-+.+",','r ..+ .!..+. ,r- +I;c! -.,i,:.t.,'a m'--"'p+"l''W'&+++.+'It"--' 28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Benefit a success A Kick Off to Summer '98 Fundraiser Dance in memory of Amanda Dera Scholarship Fund was held on Friday, June 12, at Angola by the Bay Clubhouse by her neighbors and loved ones. Grotto Pizza sponsored the dance and many volunteers donated time and money as well to help Amanda live on through the scholarship fund, raising a total of $1,200 toward the cause, Shown above with a pi - ture of the late Amanda Dera are (back row, l-r) Russ Cun- ningham, Mary Teti, JoAnn Bateson, Marcy Barnes and Bob Cahill; middle row, Mick- ey Teti, Ann Berti, Theresa Warrington, Vicki Cahill, Lucy Lafferty and Stella Greenberg. In front are Sandy Edwards and Carolyn Schranck. At right, enjoying the evening festivities are (l-r) Trey Brzoska, Tina Gue, Shannon Beisel, Greg Catts, Brock Charles, Katie Phlager and Bud Trabbold. Lower Delaware Computer Club to meet The Lower Delaware Computer Club meets at 7:30 p.m., the first Tuesday of each month, at Bethel United Methodist Church on Fourth Street in Lewes. At the Tuesday, July 7 meeting, Connie Screpesi will present her 17-pound monorail, a program on browsing the Internet. The initial part of each meeting is devoted to open discussion of any software or hardware prob- lem. This is an opportunity to bring up some area with which one may need help or clarifica- tion. Dues are now overdue. They are $15 annually and entitle the member to the newsletter and un- limited attendance at the club meetings. The deadline is July 20 for the August newsletter. Send details to Gladys Shaw at GHShaw @Juno.corn or Gladys.Shaw @DOL.net. Angle Moon photos Del Tech plans theatre series this year A "Theatre Appreciation Series" is planned for 1989-99 by Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus. The series package includes six plays with excellent orchestra seats at the Playhouse in Wilmington, transportation, refreshments and good company. Shows tentatively set for the year are: "Master Class," "Bully (Truman)" "Chicago," "Tommy" and "Fame"; the final show is to be announced. Participants have a choice of a Sunday or Wednesday matinee series or a Tuesday evening series. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. For details about show schedules and fees, call Adult Plus+ at 856-5618. The Only Maternity Store In The Area + CLOSING ITS DOORS! I EVERYTHING ON SALE 40-80% OFF -- Including- Kid's Clothing Birth - 24 months A Large Selection of Baby Gift Items --All Sales Final- 645-6842 14 Center One, Rehoboth Show time 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets: $10, $6 featuring Bobby Rydell, Lesley Gore and The Shangri-Las Show Time 6 p.m. Advance tickets: $15, $10 with The Lvnns plus The Thompson Brothers and Matt King Presented in cooperation with  ---. 13 P..o..   . .-_r: tot BOYS & Grltl CLUBS OF DLAV.,M I Presented in cooperation with the Sussex County Arts Council Show times 1 & 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets: $5, free for those 12 & under JAe Ja00s of ,.G/2S CAFI'Sh'ZB presented by the Missoula Children's Theatre Sponsored by Show time 8 p.m. Advance tickets: $12, $6 featuring the Delaware Symphony and the 16 guns of the Lancaster Cannon Co. Picnic time entertainment: The Sin City Band Grand Finale with Spectacular Fireworks Picnic entertainment begins at 5:30 p.m. Concert sponsored by PNCBANK ,