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Shown with Barbara R. Kornblatt, the judge for the 64th Annual Members' Fine Art Exhi- bition are (lr) Gerry Depken of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and Rehoboth Beach; Lee Wayne Mills, an award winning artist; David Kornblatt; and Charles Allmond, who won an award for best sculpture. Below, Allmond is shown with his award-winning sculpture, "Musk Ox." RAL Continued from page 92 for "Indian Beach," the Faucett Okie Award for an emerging Delaware artist working in a tra- ditional style; Charles Alimond, for "Musk Ox," the Louise Cham- bers Corkran Award for best sculpture; Anne Klinefelter for "Bistro Monmartre," the Lucille Megee Award honorable mention; Michelle Marshall, for "Paper- work," the Mary Derrickson Mc- Curdy Memorial Award, honor- able mention; Lee Wayne Mills for "The News from Thebes," the Mrs. Robert McClellan Award honorable mention; Nancy McIn- tyi'e for "Signs," the Isabella Dalzell Cannon Award for a Delaware landscape; Rose Doster, for "The Beach - Henlopen," the Col. W.S. Corkran Award for a painting representative of the Eastern Shore of Sussex County; Nancy Brown, for "Nature's Light," the Adelia Chiswell Award for a watercolor; Kevin Fleming for "Oreo Cows" and Doris Bauer for "Joy to the World," the Village Improvement Association Awards for two local artists; Daehee Kim, the Tom Wil- son Memorial Scholarship. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 26 - Aug. 1, 2002 - 101 Jazz funeral organizational meeting set Aug. I in Bethany Preparations are underway to celebrate the end of the summer resort season with the annual Bethany Beach Jazz Funeral. An organizational meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug. l, in the office of Dr. Elizabeth Reilly to help with the final organ- ization and planning of the event. Reilly's office is located at 6 N. Pennsylvania Avenue in Suite 1B of the Plaza Building, one block south of the Bethany Beach Post Office. The meeting will be open to those interested in becoming a committee member to help organ- ize and participate in the 2002 Jazz Funeral Parade and Celebra- tion. A list of committees open for volunteers are the parade commit- tee, the public relations commit- tee, the presentation committee, the speech committee, the finance committee and the sponsors com- mittee. At the Jazz Funeral, spec- tators line the Bethany Beach boardwalk on Labor Day Monday and look on as a funeral proces- sion of mourners, accompanied by a jazz band, carries a casket with a mannequin inside repre- senting the summer of 2002 to its final resting, place at the Board- walk Bandstand. Following the procession, there is a reception with "refreshments, entertainment and reminiscence," according to 2001 Jazz Funeral chairman Art Antal. The Jazz Funeral is based on the Jazz Funeral tradition of New Or- leans, where, according to official Bethany Beach Jazz Funeral headstone carrier Kirk Rankin, "funerals with music predated the start of jazz and continued with contemporary New Orleans street-funk style of brass bands." The Jazz Funeral has been a summer tradition in Bethany Beach for ore than 15 years. The end of the summer celebra- tion was founded by Moss Wagn- er, a former town council member and Bethany businessman who owned and operated the Bethany Beach Ice Cream Parlor and Moss Boss' Ice Cream Parlor. Wagner's original idea was to have a party to celebrate the closing of the summer resort season in a town where there is a definite begin- ning and end to the summer sea- son. This year, activities get under- way about 5:30 p.m. For more information on the or- ganizational meeting, call 537- 1585. A T t OPEN EVERY NIGHT! Celebrating Our 15th Year Fine Dining in a Fun & Romantic Setting Highest Quality Meats & Seafood Fresh Maine Lobster, Rack of Lamb, Filet Mignon, & The Freshest Seafood; All prepared with Culinary Flair Award Winning Wine List Please Join Us OM 00ANY RESTAURANT & BAR a sample of our menu selections Sea Bass sauteed utY) compound citrus  omr spinach risotto AhiTuna sesame cru.d sen ed with uadn" Salmon oed u,ith  cal rdish, nwl omr uIted h , CrabCakes jumbo lump cakes, no fill, sauteed or fried uth grilled asparagus andredpffgmaslpaatoes Rock Fish FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL 302-227-3887 22 WILMINGTON AVE. (ON THE BEACH BLOCK) VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.LALALANDRESTAURANT.COM 227-2511