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~J~ FRIDAY. AUC JST 26- MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 20]]- e ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT for a community-based classical music series. "I think the pro- gramming is wonderful," he said. The educational outreach activi- ties of the organization are also a plus. All in all, Angell saw Coastal Concerts fitting the profile for Paul M. Angell Family Fou dation the type of small, enterprising arts initiative the foundation is headc aartered in Chica 0 wanted to assist. The Paul M, Angell Family Coastal Co:lcerts has been | 'Foundation, which is named af- M0rei~formation: ter Angell's grandfather, is a chosen as one of the first grant Coast lconcerts.org recipients of the newly formed 501(c)(3) charitable organization, Paul M. AngelI Family Founda-' I i incorporated in February 2011. Its tion, headquartered in Chicago. tion's directgr of grants to per- three areas of funding include The foundatimt s July 2011 grant forming arts prganizations, the performing arts, the environ- of $10,000 will ing the Lewe, music organiza erating expens, year. How the Pau Foundation ested in suppo: certs is a story Stephen Hou go toward cover- Angell had never set foot in -based classical Delaware before but was drawn tion's general op- to Lewes thal.evening because of ;s for the coming the opportuqity to hear a pianist of Hough's qaliber and possibly M. Angell Fami- discover an rts organization the ame to be inter- foundation ould support. He ring Coastal Con- was happy hemade the trip, say- that begins with gh, the world- :ish pianist who sold-out Coastal ;nce in February :e at that recital agell, the founda- renowned Bri ing, "It was at great performance, and I just fell in love with Coastal Concerts." Looking fu ground and k zation, Ange ness and vat over the yea rther into the back- istory of the organi- 1 found the serious- iety of the concerts :s to be exceptional ment, and a variety of social causes. Granting for the per- forming arts focuses on the Chicago area as well as the Mid- Atlantic Region. Angell, a classically trained composer whose background al- so includes teaching at the Uni- versity of Alabama at Birming- ham and cofounding a concert series of his own, regards Coastal Concerts as a prime model of lo- cal classical music presentation, featuring excellent performers, playing before a devoted, en- gaged, and energetic audience. performed to Concerts audi, of this year. In attendam was Michael A Division of Public Health aqcepting nominations for award / Delaware's Division of Public Health is now accepting nomina- tions for the }011 Governor's Award for Ex@llence in Food Safety from Delaware's food try employs workforce of more outstanding service." service workers across all seg- than 40,00Opeople and is the Award winners will be recog- ments of the fiOld. DPH wants to largest coml onent of the state's nized by Markell at the Retail recognize fooc professionals in tourism industry. 'As the No. 1 Food Safety Expo 2011 slated for hospitality, industry, educational smallbusine s employer and the Friday, Sept. 30, at Iron Hill institutions apd government fourth largest employer overall, Brewery. agencies. | Delaware s estaurant industry The Governor's Award has Nominations will be accepted creates an e :onomic impact of been presented to the best 0f the until Wednesday, Sept. 7. For the over $1.3 billton," said Gov. Jack best in retail food safety for the i mination [ form, go to Markell. past nine years. http://dhss.dela vare.gov/dph/hs "We want tO recognize food For more information, call p/ffles/ofpgova vardnom.pdf, professional., providing us with DPH's Office of Food Protection Delaware's fdod service indus- the highest tandards and most at 302-744-4743. POst to hold terian Churc a, 203 N. Bedford St. hearsal starts promptly at 7 p.m. [ua-J Sept'u 3 Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. For more information, go to nnual so that all members can register www.southerndelawarechoral- The annual l au sponsored by MVETS Post2 on Long Neck Road will tak place Saturday, Sept. 3, at the post, featuring food, drinks, music and fun for whole famlly. There will be hermit crab rac s, and prizes and gweaways as well as children's c:tivities. . Society sta}ts for concert ern Delaware will begin re- ; winter concert .siah," Tuesday, rill be held Satur- y, Dec. 10 and 11, e full orchestra- ssional soloists. are welcome to ) earsals and pick Ul (bar only 1.5 Ib Lobster b their music. Re- society.org or call 302-226-5231. Daily Happy Hour 3-6 pm ) 1/2 price drafts, wine, sangria & house margaritas Lobster Night EveryTuesday whole lobsters, corn on the cob & fries $19.95 sque, surf & turf, stuffed lobster tail & much morel Get grilled with the freshest salads, burgers, seafood, and poultry. Join our NewTequila Club! The Sour] Choral Societ * earsals for it "Handel's Me! Sept. 6. The concert day and Sun& and will featul ion and profi New members join the chorug and no formal audition is necessary. Rehearsals fi{'e at 7 p.m., Tuesdays, in Tun- nell Hall at GeOrgetown Presby- "We are pleased to join the growing group of Coastal Con- certs supporters. It's simply a gem for Lewes and southern Delaware," Angell said. For ticket information on Coastal Concerts' 2011-12 season, Cape G visit Iww.coastalcono The flve-concert seasc with appearance b Cham er Project at 8 p.z day, Qct. 15, at Bethe] Methddist Church Hal & Ma streets, Lewes Come and a HAPPY Monday-Friday from $2.00 Domestic $2.50 Draft B, 81.00 off all Imports a 50 cent Wire Come try our bucket of ,UR to 7pm ers ld Cocktails S (All at the bar o ly) Jerry's Seafood, 1-08 2nd St., L( Since 67 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehobotl Beach, DE 1 Open daily 11 _ 9 Bethany 767 Garfield Parkway, Route 26, Bethany Beach, 19930 Monday- Saturday 11a-7p I Sunday 11a- Garfield Parkway (Rt 26) www.capriotti zette .'rts.org. opens Israeli 1., Satur- United Fourth