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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 FREE F o r N e w C I "n e n t s wiiffth s A d ! :URES MASSAGES 803A Rehoboth Ave (302) 227-6989 Jen Elllngsworth photo Bottle &amp; Cork benefit yields funds for Dewey Town Hall Dewey Beach Mayor Bob Frederick accepts a $2,360 check from Bottle & Cork General Man- ager Ed Davidson. The money was raised at the establishment's all-ages fundraiser, held Sun- day, Aug. 10, to benefit the Dewey Beach town hall/police station expansion efforts. Davidson said the event, which was the first in the history of the Cork to offer a show for all ages, saw a strong turn-out with lots of families and older people in attendance to show their support for the cause. The concert featured Mr. Greengenes, Mango Soles and The Vibe. Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow set tor Sept. 6-7 The Nanticoke Indian tribe will host the 20th annual Nanticoke In- dian Powwow on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 6 and 7. The event will run from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The powwow will feature tradi- tional Native American music and dancing, displays and exhibits, Nanticoke Indian Museum tours and authentic Indian arts and crafts. Traditional Native Ameri- can food will also be available. The Youngblood Singers will be the guest drums and the host drum will be the Nanticoke Indian Drummers and Singers. The event will be emceed by Charles C. "Little Owl" Clark, IV. Admission is free with $5 all day parking; walk-in admission is $1. The proceeds benefit the Nanti- coke Indian Museum. No dogs, other than for the handicapped are permitted, and visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. At00Lamp Post Seafood '-Restaurant Broiled Sunset Platter Fillet of Catfish. Three Shrimp, Four Scallops in a wine-butter sauce. $12.50 Grilled 2/3 lb. Delmonico Steak topped with sauteed fresh mushrooms $12.95 Broiled Catfish with tartar sauce and lemon $9.95 Fried Hand Breaded Gulf Shrimp with cocktail sauce $11.95 Twin Sea Crab Cake and Gulf Shrimp (3) with tartar and cocktail sauces $12.95 Fried Delmarvelous Chicken $9.95 Broiled Chopped Steak with mushroom gravy $9.95 Breaded Veal Cutlet with brown sauce $10.95 Grilled Beef Liver with fried onions and gravy. $9.95 Chicken Parmesan sauteed chicken breast with mozzarella cheese, marinara sauce and Ihlgume. served with garlic toast 01o veg.) $10.95 lamp Post Sunset Dinners include a cup of soup, endless Caesar-Style Salad Bow fresh vegetable, Lamp Post Bread Basket and choice of coffee or tea. Lamp Post ,,. SeafoodRestaurant Everyday Exert Ctnqstmas RI. 1 at Rt. 24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132 RI NTE Our 5th Season Fresh Pasta, Veal, Chicken and Seafood Prepared Daily Dinner 5pm - 10:30 pm Closed Tuesday 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach For Reservations 226-1160 ' f ' l Grand Opening Week August ! 5-24 Proudly Announces the Opening of The Jacquelyn Corbett Tea Room I I I : -- COU -- I I I I L J -.Fresh Morning Muffins from 7 a.m. -Light Luncheon 11 a.m. w 2 p.m. --Reservations for Tea between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Gift Shop, Bakery and Tea Room {i , -- OPEN ALL YEAR 706 Rehoboth Avenue (302) 226-2016 '< l