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KaH Chalabala photo Rock and Roll Summer Camp now underway Students in Walt Hetfield's Rock and Roll Summer Camp, in its fourth year, are preparing for two performances this summer at big-time venues. Wednesday, Aug. 5 finds the students giving a performance at Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant, followed by an opening gig for Thursday Rusty Rudder favorite Love Seed Mama Jump Aug. 6. Both performances begin at 9 p.m. "I'm trying to get these kids to discover something in themselves they wouldn't have without rock and roll camp," teacher Walt Hetfield said. Shown after a hot practice at Re- hoboth Elementary School are (l-r), back row, Spencer Killan, Zac Mayfield, Brian Sklut, Kevin Dieffenbach, Andy Sheppard, George Freeman; fourth row, Chase Harmon, Brittany Wilson, Jordan Blankenship, Ryan Hill; third, Nicole Nadig, Erika Lawson, Jimmy Richards Derek Remo; second, Amanda Novosin, Kathleen Neal, Dan McDonald, Lydia Miller, Cortney Ward, Colleen Clark; and front, Kelly Bateman, Chris Burton, Khyrstyn Quigley, Jack Rede- fer, Elijah, Tyler Wilson and Drake Burd. Hetfield stands off to the left. Red Hats Continued from page 64 in one of Cape May's many restaurants. The return trip is planned for 3 p.m. The event is being coordinated by Queen Madelon, assisted by Queen Max- ine. Reservations for the annual Christmas parties begin Sept. 1. The first party will be held Mon- day, Dec. 1 at the Georgia House in Millsboro for the following chapters: Ocean View, ( excluding the Live Wires and the Grande Dames) Clarksville, Miilville, Frankford, Selbyville, Dagsboro, Millsboro, Milton, Hatbeson, Harrington and Seaford. The event begins at noon. Another Christmas party will be held at noon, Dec. 8, for the fol- lowing chapters: The Live Wires, the Grande Dames from Ocean View, Dewey Beach, multiple Lewes chapters, multiple Re- hoboth chapters, Pinewater Farms, multiple Long Neck chap- ters, Oak Orchard, Georgetown (sister chapter to the Slower Low- er Delaware Red Hats) and any other registered chal3ters neigh- boring those already listed. Members will enjoy a buffet of buttermilk chicken, baked ham, sweet potato casserole, mashed white potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, rolls and butter, beverage, choice of dessert, door prizes and entertainment. The cost is $16 per person. Reservations to either party are to be sent to queen mothers who will make name tags; these name tags will serve as tickets to the event. A 50/50 drawing will be held at the parties, with proceeds benefiting area charities. Queen mothers are asked to call the reservations in to Queen Maxine. The deadline for reservations is Nov. i. Only 200 reservations will be accepted for each party, so early reservations are suggested. CAPE GAZEq[E, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 - 65 American Legion Post 28 installs new officers The Oak Orchard/Riverdale American Legion Post #28, Millsboro, installed officers for the 2003-2004 administration: commander Lee Glasco; 1st vice commander Rich Shumway; 2nd vice commander Jim Gallagher; 3rd vice commander Bill Simpkins; adjutant Don Fisher; fi- nance officer Rubert Long; service officer Maryann Albitz; chaplain Harold Lietzon; judge advocate Woody Golder; historian Bob Royland; sergeants-at-arms Cal Campbell and Norm Anderson The auxiliary al- so installed new officers. They are: president Helen Skelton; vice presi- dent Geraldine Courtney; secretary Harriet Colberg; treasurer Pauline Law; chaplain Josephine Crossan; historian Florence Devlin; sergeants- at-arms Betty Newman and Patricia May For the Sons of the American Legion: commander Ed Szymanski; ist vice commander Bill Lord; 2nd vice commander Joe Vicere; finance officer Jerry Massuto; adjutant Mike Cotten; chaplain Mike Dangerfield; historian Jim Hammel; ser- geant- at-arms Pat Astrella, Jr. ARE YOU INJURED? You need a Lawyer who is a Proven Winner A. RICHARD BAIRROS00 ESQ. He will explain your legal rights without charge. "I ONLY represent injured clients." ii00ii i00ii,00 I 1143 Savannah Road, Lewes DE * (800) 734-LAWS I (5297) music of liszt ravel bach mozart seyfried Musicians from: Curtis, Juilliard, Peabody, Toronto's Royal Conservatory shunsuke sato - violin elena urioste - violin jonathan klm - violin mark holloway - viola daniel pem'ith - cello tomo matsuo - piano Tickets: $15, $5 students. Meet the musicians. Dessert reception to follow. Advance tickets & information: or Sheridan Seyfried - 302-644-17/59. The L,ewes Chamber uslc Festival is sponsored in part hy the Cape Gazette, with the endorsement of Coastal Concerts, Inc. ---- "-[1;ll]llmiTT I-I--]rTT I irIIiimIi ......... ItiliIiiillffIiill/IiImi--I IIIIIIII-IIITIII | II-- --