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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 - 85 Help program Rehoboth Film Fest at monthly meeting July 20 The Rehoboth Beach Film So- ciety will screen and critique a new film at 7 p.m., Thursday, July 20, submitted for consideration in the Third Annual Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, No- vember 8-12. Currently in the thick of its annual film review phase, the society wants to en- courage its membership and the community to get involved in pro- gramming the growing festival's celebration of independent cine- ma from around the globe. "I'm really impressed with the quality of the films submitted this year," said Festival Director and Programmer Barry Becker. "They're some of the best works we've seen in the three years we've been doing this. I think our film review participation has practically quadrupled. We had to renovate our screening area to fit everybody in !" Those who attend the meeting will also be the first to hear about some of the films that were re- cently booked to entertain festival goers in the fall. "So far, we're really excited with the shape the festival program is taking," Beck- er added. "We've spent months working with embassies, distribu- Miss Eastern Shore Pageant set July 14 at CHEER Center The sixth annual Miss Eastern Delaware 1985 and mistress of Shore Pageant will be held Fri- ceremonies. Outgoing Miss East- day, July 14 at the CHEER Corn- ern Shore 2000, Elise Eckerd, munity Center, located at the in- Miss Delaware 1997 Alison tersection of Sand HilIRoad and White and the reigning Miss Route 9 in Georgetown. A big Delaware 2000, Junnie Cross, I ssxrAsr Au. DAe i | s,m.g 6 ,.=. I I Lu.c.. o.m.es '1 .sS00ials I I .00/orC0000D/s00nts "I FAMILY PmCES! l 00T.m or rAKe our I ! B.r.o.n. I I I #1 Cape Henlopen Drive 1 | Lewes Beach | band swing dance hour runs from 6to 7 p.m. The onstage portion of the competition will begin at 7:30 p.m., when 16 contestants from around the state will vie for the ti- tle of Miss Eastern Shore 2001. The pageant will feature Michele Harris Anderson, Miss Second Continued from page 84 mud" half. But even the stuffed shirt can consider a fling when he thinks his wife has designs on the decorator who has graced their bedroom with an oval bed. Thorn McFarland portrays the interior designer who claims he could tart up Peter Rabbit's abode. On the distaff side of the pub- lishing team of Lodge and Markham, the wives, Rosanne Pack and Bonnie Russell, get as entangled as their husbands when one books her friend's bedroom for her first attempt at an assigna- tion. But even an oval bed has its limits as one couple after the oth- er cuts corners to try for a turn. The saucy Swiss maid, the dis- connected telephone operator and the proper, but promiscuous, bowler-doffing bounder are will be featured as entertainers. The winner of the competition will go on to compete for the title of Miss Delaware 2001 next June. In addition, the winner will re- ceive a $1,500 cash scholarship to further her education at the col- lege or university of her choice. Continued on page 90 played by Kelly Holleger, Destiny Kerstetter and Bill Warren. Each character exhibits a slightly naughty exterior, and some exteri- ors are exhibited more than oth- ers. But each is also good at heart and determined to follow the right course, as soon as it can be found among the slamming doors and busy bar. 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. For reservations, call 422-0220. For more information on Second Street Players, see the Web site, www.secondstreetplayers.com. The players' Riverfront Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut in downtown Milford. The theatre is air condi- tioned and accessible to persons with disabilities. tors and festivals from all over the world and now we're finally see- ing the fruits of our labor. Once again, the world is coming to Re- hoboth." The title of the film selected (in English, not subtitled) will be re- vealed at the meeting, however, prospective attendees may want to call the Rehoboth Film Society office if they have content con- cerns. The film society is open to the public and meets every third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. upstairs at Dogfish Head Brew- ings & Eats, 320 Rehoboth Av- enue. For more information on mem- bership, the film review calendar or to volunteer for any of the 2000 society/festival events call 645- 9095 or visit www.rehoboth- film.com. BOLD AMERICAN FOOD. 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