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76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 Lighthouse Restaurant slates Waterfront Arts Fest for Aug. 30 The Lighthouse Restaurant at Fisherman&apos;s Wharf in Lewes has scheduled its annual Waterfront Arts Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 30. Free to the public, the Water- front Arts Festival includes every- thing from live painting and ex- hibits by local artists to face- painting and arts competition for children and a free performance by the Rehoboth Summer Chil- dren's Theater (RSCT). "As in the past I will also demonstrate seafood-grilling tech- niques at noon and we will have dozens of T-shirts on hand for children to paint using real fish and other items from the sea," said Lighthouse Restaurant proprietor and chef Paul Buchness. RSCT will do a live perfor- mance of "Robin Hood" at 4 p.m. ,outdoors on the deck of the restaurant. The energy-filled per- formances by RSCT are fast-mov- ing, filled with lessons and humor and appeal to light-hearted people of all ages, The Waterfront Arts Festival begins at 10 a.m. with T-shirt and face-painiing for children. The Lighthouse provides T-shirts, paints and real fish, which are used to transfer colorful images to the white shirts. Experienced face-painters will also be on hand in the morning to decorate the cheeks of children with flowers, rainbows and other pretty items. While the children are having their fun, members of the Cape Artists will be painting canal scenes and exhibiting works for sale on the decks and boardwalks along the canal. At 1 p.m., a children's art com- petition will begin. Using mark- ers and artist boards provided by the festival, children will create paintings of waterfront scenes that will be judged beginning at 3 p.m. Prizes for the top three paintings in different age categories will be awarded following the end of the judging. The festival will end with the performance of "Robin Hood." For further information about the waterfront Arts Festival, con- tact The Lighthouse Restaurant at 645-6271. Millsboro's Big The Big Thursday Festival, held Aug. 6-8, was the venue for a vari- ety of competitions, including the Millsboro pageants, the horseshoe tournament and the car show. Be- low is a list of the winners. Little Miss Milisboro - Sara Anne Penny, daughter of Evelyn A. Penny, winner; Kelsey Daisey, daughter of Dean and Barbara Daisey, first runner-up; and Melissa Schoenle, daughter of Art and Kim Schoenle, second runner- up. Juvenile Miss Miilsboro - Chelsea Megee, daughter of Don Bargains Continued from page 70 Sarah Burnham, Mary Dempsy, Jan Hill, Curtis Hudson, Ginny Lavery, Mike Henson, Jessica Wright, Jacklien Long, Linda Marvel and Esther Friend. Milton Middle School students were among the volunteers who helped out. Organized by Mike I Thursday winners announcea and Jodi Megee, winner; Sara Ann McCabe, daughter of Sewall and Julie McCabe, first runner-up; Brittanee L. Hughes, daughter of Rodney and Madeline Hughes, second runner-up. Junior Miss Miilsboro - Jeni Hudson, daughter of Kim and Tammy Hudson, winner; Dezaray King, daughter of Bonnie King, first runner-up; Chelsea Hitchens, daughter of Barry and Diane Hitchens, second runner-up. Miss Teen Millsboro - Crystal Smith, daughter of Roger and Robin Greene, winner; Kelley Dominquez, chamber vice presi- dent, the teenagers helped sell re- freshments and ran errands for other vendors. Chamber members and other volunteers sold ducks, drinks and hot dogs all day. Harris said, "As a DJ and some- one who kept things moving, Joyce Hooper is fantastic. Her contribution really made a differ- ence. The library brought in Don Daisey, daughter of Dean and Barbara Daisey, first runner-up; Jessica Hudson, daughter of Kim and Tammy Hudson, second run- ner-up; and Barbaralynn Hodge, daughter of Joe and Margaret Hazel, third runner-up. The winners of the Big Thurs- day Horseshoe Tournament: Class A, Don Hopper, Mills- boro; Wayne Saulsbury, Dover; and Dan Carter, New Castle. Class B - Paul Street, Miilsboro; Dennis Dodd, Georgetown; and Victor Pesce, Kennett Square, Pa. Continued on page 77 Fisher to juggle and give lessons, and he had all kinds of people up there juggling. Everyone enjoyed the entertainment they provided." Harris said the chamber owes a special thanks to Goff's IGA, Mil- ton Sausage and Scrapple, Sam's Club and Pepsi Inc. The next meeting of the Milton Chamber of Commerce is at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 18. For information, call 684-1101. AR Enjoy casual oceanside cocktails & dining from our outside deck overlooking the Atlantic for 18 years. OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 207 Rehoboth Avenue - Rehoboth Beach 227-1986 but-tery noun 1. A place where food is prepared. 7755 < 142 19958