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Local artist wins international residency Local artist Aina Nergaard Nammack, who is a member of the Rehoboth Art League, has been awarded an artist resi- dency grant by the Fundacion Valparaiso, Mojaear, in Alme- ria, Spain. She will spend the month of June, 1998, in Mojaear Beach painting with seven other artists-in-residence. Nammack, who is a frequent exhibitor at the Rehoboth Art League, has won awards at the Art League, the Capitol Hill Art League in Washington, D.C.; the League of Artists in Re- ston, Va., and the Sussex County Arts Council. She has had so- lo exhibits at the Grand Opera House Gallery in Wilmington, the Rivas Gallery in Rockville, Md., the Art League in Alexan- dria, Va., El Circulo Hispanico in LaPlata, Md., and shows in Sao Paulo, Brazil, New York and Spain. ixiiss Diamond State Pageant seeking more contestants The Miss Diamond State Pageant, an official preliminary pageant to the Miss Delaware and Miss America Pageant, is search- ing for qualified contestants. The pageant will be held at the Downs Cultural Center in Wilmington on Oct. 11. Potential candidates should be female, at least 17 years old and no older than 24. All potential candidates should reside, go to school or work in the state of Delaware. Contestants compete in four categories and scoring is as follows: talent, 40 percent; per- sonal interview, 30 percent; swim- suit, 15 percent and evening wear, 15 percent. In June, the winner of the Miss Diamond State Pageant goes on to compete with 17 other hopefuls in for the title of Miss Delaware 1998 in Rehoboth Beach. The winner of the Miss Delaware pageant receives a $10,000 scholarship, many prizes and the chance to compete with 49 other contestants in the Miss America Pageant for tens of thou- sands of dollars in scholarship money. The Miss America Orga- nization, including state and local pageants, is the largest single source of scholarships for young women in the world. The Miss America Organization awards over $30 million in scholarships annually. The winner of the Miss Diamond State Pageant receives $300 in scholarship funds to fur- ther her education; a $300 spon- sorship for the Miss Delaware Pageant; queen's crown, trophy and flowers, wardrobe assistance from the Miss Diamond State Pageant Committee. Interested applicants should contact Susan McNeill, executive director, at 302-996-9054 or 996- 9088 for more information. Jean-Luc & Mary Jane Invite you to join them for dinner t the new 5 A I0000STAUI00ArIT 3102-227-5767 Reservations Suggested Treat yourself to late nite gourmet dessert. Buy one get one Free[ 10 p.m. -12 a.m. applies to arrivals after lO p.m. only Fri. & Sat. Join us for Dinner and Receive 1/2 Price Cocktails all Night Sunday thru Thursday LOOK FOR OUR SPECIAL WINE & CIGAR DINNERS 50-C Wilmington Aw.nue, Rehoboth Beach Historic New Castle antiques show set The New Castle Antiques Show is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. outdoors at Battery Park in the heart of his- toric New Castle. More than 100 exhibitors from ten states will pre- sent a wide array of antiques and collectibles. For more informa- tion, call 800-758-1550. Writers' group to meet Sept. 6 The first Saturday Writers' Cri- tique Group will hold its first meeting of the 1997-908 year on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. in the conference room of the South Coastal Regional Library and Cul- tural Center in Bethany. For more information, call 539- 4376. r CAPE GAZETFE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 - 79 AN AMERICAN RESTAURANT & BAR Overlooking the Ocean for 17 Years Open Daily from 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 RESTAURANTS REHOBOTH BEACH LONG NECK Seafood, Steaks, Chicken, Ribs Maryland Steamed Crabs $1.00 Nite ] Buds & Burgers] 1/2 Price ] Appetizer Nit e Friday r Lobste Special 1 Lbs. Whole Maine $9.95 Carry Outs Welcome Open Daily lb. of Shrimp] Happy Hour 3 to 7 PM Pitcher of J with FREE BUFFET Beer $9.95 1302-227-6700 og 302-945-8900 Lunch Buffe5 (Rehoboth $5.9 Long Neck Night $2.00 Ladies Drinks 0nthedeck Sky Brady 6-8 p.m. (Deck) The Coyotes 9-1 a.m. (Deck) Mike Mulvaney 7-30-11"30 p.m. Scrapple 9-1 a.m. (Deck) Mike Mulvaney 7"30-11"0 (lounge) Sun 8/17: 4 Way Street 7-11 pan. (Deck) to and cajo7 a00ca... Kid's Night at the Sea Horse  Kicls 6 and under EAT FREE/ A II- You-Can-Ea t andor Shrimp ~ $18. 95 Lobster Night ~ $t3.95 Our Award Winning Seafood Buffet ~ $22.95 Surf and Tuff Buffet ~ $24.95 Seniors receive25%  Entre6s ! ~gn addition" specmis," join" " us for the ujstar Dinner "Cheater kursdays fi Sat:urdays ~ ea Horse Restaurant 330 Rehoboth Avenue 302-227-7451 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 4 P.M. Seniors-10% Off Entire Check Mon. thru Sat. 4-6p.m.