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Bethany Continued from page 58 . coffee; and they specialize in slushies and homemade lemon- ade. Named after the street on which it is located, Garfield's Pe- ter Sarafa says, they also serves the ever popular funnel cake. Candy Kitchen thinks so auch of Bethany Beach, there are three stores in a two-block radius. At Town Center a visitor can expect to find an array of fresh candies and ice cream to go along with the friendly service that has made Candy Kitchen an institution at all the beach. Shades at the Beach is one such specialty store, specializing in sunglasses and sunglass acces- sories. There are different types ranging from fishing to life- guarding to fashion. This summer they would like to stress the im- portance of the new polarized sunglasses. "Specialization is what makes us unique," says manager Sandy McNicholas. Lo- cated facing Garfield Parkway, McNicholas also sells an assort- ment of hats, watches, T-shirts, and Reef sandals. The Athlete and Head over Heels are two other fashion shops in the Bethany Town Center. Even though they are connected, the merchandise in each store is vastly different. The Athlete sells athletic footwear and clothing. Their most popular item is ladies footwear that includes brands such as Nike, Adidas, Saucony and Reebok. On the other side is Head over Heals, a store special- izing in women's sandals, jewelry, and clothing. Sandals are their most popular item with the MIA slinky as a huge hit. According to Stacy Wright, "Our hospitality to customers makes us different. If someone wants something that we don't have, we special order it." Offering a vast amount of surf and skate-wear, Carla's isone of the few stores in Bethany that caters exclusively to the younger set. Owner Carla Manna has a vast familiarity with the industry, a good eye and good experience which helps her when choosing what to sell in her store. Carla's sells "anything Roxy." In addi- tion to clothes, she also has a se- lection of surf-type sunglasses, watches, hats and jewelry. The young customers that frequents Carla's makes "every day an ad- venture." Located next to Carla's at the Bethany Town Center is TKO Art and Jewelry. Owner Alice Klein's store is unique since "I make everything here and do it by hand." Klein combines her skills at art and fashion to design neck- laces and earrings that "compare to no other." Her originality shows not only in the pieces she designs, but also in the prices she charges for some of them. Among all of the different items she offers, pearl earrings are her most popular tems. Out of the Fire Gallery is new addition to the Bethany Town Center. This is a unique store that specializes in pottery. The store is set up in different sections where artist each have a display of work. Some of the artists include Ron Artman, Colleen Everett and Lynn, Lockhart. Hi Jinx will capture your mind and spark your imagination with their fun collection of toys, magic tricks and crafts. The store also has a hands-on area where kids can do arts and crafts. Owner Carolyn Carney says that her store is the perfect place to find things to entertain children, especially on rainy days. Carney even offers magic workshops to children on regularly scheduled basis. Cloud's is sure to please both mom and the kids with their two shops, Cloud's for'Women and Cloud's for Kids. Cloud's for Women, located inside the town center next to Out of the Fire Gallery, features casual and dressy clothing as well as jewelry and accessories. Cloud's for Women has established an excel- lent reputation on its own at Bethany Town Center that is en- hanced by their children's store that has been at their Garfield Parkway location for 14 years. They sell clothing, accessories and toys for boys and girls, new- born to preteen. Owner Ken Cloud feels that his store is unique because they sell boutique-style clothing and a wide variety of brands. Breakers Sportswear is a great place to shop for clothes while in town. They feature casual cloth- ing for women and children with a beach oriented style. According to owner Bob Turnahan, the most popular items at Breakers are their sun dresses. Silver Stock Pile has a wide ar- ray of silver jewelry for any occa- sion. Specializing in rings and necklaces, Silver Stock Pile offers everything from.simple silver ac- cessories to those adorned with gems and gold. They even have a selection of items that can be cus- tomized. Silver Stock Pile offers such a wide selection of quality jewelry at reasonable prices, one should not walk away empty- handed. Everybody has a first name and CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 27 - September 2, 1999.65 seldom change it. What's in a Name capitalizes on this fact. At this store any name can be re- searched and every name has a meaning. Using these results, a plethora of personalized gifts can be made. Owners Carol Cooke and Jake Hohman offer personal- ized cartoon pictures with just the name on it, key rings, and person- alized pictures with the name and meaning on it. The owners say they offer, "One of a kind, unique personalized gifts." Since they offer a vast selection of pictures to choose from, their gifts are sure to please people of all ages and in- terests. With a price range from about $10 to $35, they also please people's budgets. Monogram Magic says it all in the name. Not only do they carry items that can be monogrammed or embroidered, but you can also find a variety of specialty items. Bags, sew-on bags, along with royal velvet towels and hats can be found there. A new and exciting addition is Realtor Vickie York with Moore, Warfield and Giiek Realtors. Realtor York is among the most knowledgeable local Realtors who can give you the inside track on resort real estate. Since the Southern Sussex County real es- tate market is booming, a savvy investor might want to stop by to see York, who is a top producer for Moore, Warfield and Glick. The Bethany Town Center also offers entertainment two night each week during the season with the versatile Frank Nanna on Monday evenings and the Coast Notes Barbershop group on Thursdays evenings. Nanna has a cameo appearance in the new hit movie, "Runaway Bride," filmed in nearby Berlin. All the shops and stores in the Bethany Town Center are special: ized to meet the needs of those who visit Bethany's quiet resort. The Bethany Town Center is there for the enjoyment of all Bethany visitors and residents, and they look forward to seeing you this the rest of the summer and into the fall. Shore Fun Family Amuse- ment Center is the largest and Rehoboth Bay Community 163 Rehoboth Bay Rehoboth Beach (302) 227-3745 or visit our web site: RATES FOR WEEK OF ?? Relax & Revive at Reh0both Bay. Our community offers our residents a crabbing and fishing pier, 129 slip marina, pool, 2 playgrounds, Security patrol, grounds committee, trash pick-up, water and county sewer Old landing Golf Course within walking distance. Community functions include annual appreciation dinner, picnic and yard sale. If your friends have retired m the beach, or have a vacation home.., you can too! Homes starting at $25,000 A HUVSON FAMILY COMMUNITY Office hours: Mon.- Fri. 8 a.m. - 4:30 p. m. Saturday & Sunday 9 a. ha. - 5 p. m. Appointments advised for the weekends. DbecUom: lit. 1 Smith, west onto Old Lamllag Road flit. 274) 2.6 mil to cemmuniW. most prominent attraction located in the Bethany Town Center mall. For many families, a trip to the beach is not complete unless they ventured up the steps to the sec- ond floor of the Bethany Town Center for an evening of fun and adventure at Shore Fun Center. Proprietor Debbie Reilly said that visitors to Bethany Beach are somewhat surprised by the array of games and the sheer size of Shore Fun Family Fun Center. "Many people envision an ar- cade as a small store front with a limited number of games for only a few family members," said Reil- ly. "Since Bethany is a rather small resort, they expect to find a small arcade. But when they walk up the stairs and see they we oc- cupy the entire second floor of the Bethany Town Center, their per- ception begins to change." Bethany Town Center is located at the comer of Garfield Parkway & Atlantic Avenue. Take Coastal Highway to the stop light in Bethany by the totem pole, then head east toward the ocean and look for the flags at Bethany Town Center. Rehoboth.Dewey chamber list events The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold its general membership meeting at noon on Wednesday, Sept. I, at Kings Creek Country Club. 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