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". 7*f%i ; .t C ." .? **.. "7 "Lr'f'"%' A r ,)tel-  -, 94 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Iiu00fo0000 Paint your own Pottery!i 0 i8 5umir Hoers: Weekdays I0 AM - 8 PM I Friday & Saturday 10AM - 10 PM I ra e00oa shop00. 2,6 r.a,o00m, 0o2) 200-2,,01 Susan Waters photos It's time to break ground on a major renovation project for the Possum Point Players com- munity theatre group. The Possums officially began the $450,000 renovation project with a ceremony on Saturday, June 27. Shown are (l-r): Georgetown Mayor Bob Ricker;, Sussex County Councilman Finley Jones; Paul Weagraff of the Delaware Division of the Arts; Possum Point Players President Judy Dean; the Possum Point Players "Possum'; Mary DeBastiani; Jim Hartzell; Louise Hartzell; Jim DeBastiani; and Barbara DeBastiani. Possum Point Players break ground on Georgetown theatre expansion The Possum Point Players com- munity theatre group officially kicked off its $450,000 expansion and renovation project with a groundbreaking Saturday, June 27. The Possums plan to add a new lobby, expand the kitchen, pave the parking lot and improve bath- room facilities at the Georgetown theater. The building also will be made accesssible to persons with disabilities in the expansion pro- gram. The entire "Possum Hall" build- ing will get a facelift, with the em- phasis on making the theatre more attractive and more comfortable. The Possums have been provid- ing community theatre for a quar- ter century and the project should provide much needed improve- ments to thefacility. Saturday's festivities and cere- mony included the reading of a letter from Gov. Tom Carper by Paul Weagraff of the Delaware Division of the Arts. "Arts and cultural activities not only con- Continued on page 95 RAL tour Continued from page 93 Rehoboth Ave.; Tideline Gallery, 146 Rehoboth Ave.4111 Route l; Thunderbird Shop, 200 Rehoboth Avenue; Windsor's Flowers & Plants; and Wooden Indian, 25 Baltimore Ave. In Lewes, tickets can be pur- chased at the Beacon Motel, 514 E. Savannah Road; Books by the Bay, 130 Second St.; Puzzles, 111 Second St.; Stepping Stone, 107 West Market St.; and Sugar and Spice, 107 Second St. Other locations selling tickets are Hometown Art & Craft, 11 Church St., Selbyville; Sea Nee- dies, Route 26 Mall, Garfield Parkway, Bethany Beach; and Carolina Street Antiques, Route 1 and Carolina Street, Fenwick Is- land. Proceeds from the tour will ben- efit the Rehoboth Art League and will assist in the rebuilding of the Village Improvement Associa- tion's gardens. For more information, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408. Diane Neutzling of the Delaware Music School entertains the small fry during the Possum Point Players groundbreak- ing on Saturday, June 27, in Georgetown. r Enjoy casual oceanside cocktails & dining from our outside deck overlooking the Atlantic for 18 years. OPEN DAILY FROM "11:30 a.m. Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 7 Days Year 'Round Rt. 1 at the Rt. 24 Intersection (302) 645-9132 Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 i f Oome play.,............. with your food. hoboth'$ aidly alaimed 7,.euratd" Feaim New American Ouie Ptm, zer ,rved Nigl,ffly (qrom 6 Weekly Dinner Specials Monday - Shrimp Night, all you can eat steamed shrimp dinner, served with soup, salad, vegetable and bread basket. $14.95 Tuesday - We are now doing our Seafood Buffet on Tuesday nights also, due to popular demand. All you can eat of the freshest and best seafood, featuring our Crab Cakes and Carved Roast Prime Rib of Beef $23.95 Wednesday - Rib Night, all you can eat of our Hickory Smoked BBQ Spare Ribs in our own spicy sauce served with soup, salad, vegetable and bread basket. $!4.95 Thursday - Prime Rib Night, a tender and slowly roasted Lamp Post Prime Rib Dinner, served with soup, salad, vegetable and bread basket. $13.95 Friday - Seafood Buffet, our popular Friday night buffet with all you can eat of the freshest and best seafood, featuring Crab Cakes and carved Roast Prime Rib of Beef. $23.95 Saturday - Steamed Alaskan Snow Crab Legs, all you can eat of Snow Crab Legs, served with soup, salad, vegetable and bread basket, $16.95