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86 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 Autumn canoe trips offered at Trap Pond The Baldcypress Nature Center at Trap Pond State Park will host ca- noe trips this fall, including a Broad Creek paddle with a viMt to historic Bethel. Other trips feature a twilight excursion on Trusson Pond, and a voyage dow.n the James Branch during the peak of the fall foliage change. All trips include equipment and transportation (if necessary) as well as instruction on canoeing techniques and safety. Canoes can hold two adults and one child; infants are not permitted on trips. For more in- formation or to register, call the Nature Center at 875-5163. Miss Delaware receives warm send off inRehoboth Miss Delaware 1997 Alison Catherine White of Millsboro, performs on the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand Friday, Aug. 22 for an appreciative crowd gathered for her official send off to the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. Miss Delaware also led the youth choir that she found- ed. The group,"Healing with Wings" travels the state singing at locations such as hospitals and nursing homes. They sang "Our Gift for You." Below left, she is presented with flowers by State Sen. George Howard Bunting as she embarks upon her journey, while Rehoboth Mayor Sam Cooper looks on. At right, Miss Delaware stands with the newly crowned Miss Rehoboth Beach Melissa Escaro, who will compete next year for the title of Miss Delaware. EARLY BIRD DINNER SPECIALS Served 5 to 6 (Must be seated by 6) MONDAY $9.95 Dinner Entrees Includes salad, vegetable & potato (Excludes only 4 entrees) TUESDAY $8.95 Fish Entrees All Positions! Benefits Available WEDNESDAY 1/2 Price Burgers THURSDAY 25% OFF ALL Entrees Dinner Nightly 5-10 p.m. * Lunch Daiiy Until 5 p.m. Breakfast Sat. & Sun. 9-11:30 Sunday Brunch 11-3 p.m. 44 Our New Separated "Cigar Room" Shuffleboard Table * Comfortable Seating ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAYS aSTARRY NITE PRODUCTIONS" Karaoke & DJ EROCK SATURDAY, AUG. 30TH "THE FUNSTERS" . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3rd "DJ EROCK" DAYS"OPEN MIKE NIGHT" with "4 WAY STREET" Limited lifeguard coverage begins at all of Delaware's state parks At the end of every summer sea- Day weekend, one to swim at guarded areas only. son, state parks, as well as all oth- Fenwick Island Unincorporat- Additionally, while the new wa- er lifeguard and beach patrols on ed - No guards Aug. 25-29. terpark at Killen's Pond State the Atlantic Coast, experience a Beaches will be guarded Labor Park will remain open through La- shortage of lifeguards and other Day weekend, bor Day, some changes have been seasonal staff due to students re- At other state parks on the made: turning to school/college and ath- ocean, all available guards will be The t0t-lot will be closed ,eek- letic programs. This year is no ex- concentrated at the state's four days only beginning Aug. 18 from ception and the Delaware Divi- main swimming beaches: noon to 7:30 p.m. sion of Parks and Recreation is Cape Henlopen State Park - The Baby Pool will be closed adjusting lifeguard schedules and limiting coverage at the following park facilities: Lums Pond State Park - no guards Labor Day weekend. Beach will be closed. Gordon's Pond - guarded weekends only through Labor main beach. Delaware Seashore State Park- - Towers Road and south side of Indian River. Fenwick Island State Park - main beach. The Division of Parks and Recreation is encouraging every- weekdays only beginning Aug. 25 from noon to 7:30 p.m. The entire waterpark, including the tot-lot and Baby Pool, will be open weekends through Labor Day and the main pool and water slides will be open everyday through Labor Day. POssum Point Players Possum Point Players will be holding auditions for "Entertain- ing an Angel," their Christmas show, on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. and Monday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m. Children (first grade and up) and adults of all ages are needed. "Entertaining an Angel" is an original Christmas musical writ- ten and directed by H. Barlow and Anne Maioney. There are roles for 30 non-singers and 24 singers. Those wishing to audition for a singing role should bring music for an accompanist to play or a tape with the music pre-recorded. Those interested in becoming a member of the technical crew (set set Christmas show auditions construction, props, lighting, make-up, costumes, stage mem- bers, etc.) should also attend. Performance dates are Dec. 4-7, and the show will be held at Pos- sum Hall in Georgetown. For more information, call Anne Mal oney at 934-1265 or the Possum Point Players office at 856-3460. . 'rdSp '00a[s a View00 Served 5-6:30 p.m. starting at $9.95. Early Bird ..Wh,..ole.Ma-00e Lobster.D00er.Spe00i.a ! For a spectacular view visit the Sea Grille on the top floor of the Henlopen Hotel at the north end of the Sehoboth Boaztl alk, Enjoy our Friday Seafood Buffet and Live Entertainment with Dave Brand on Friday and Michael Howard on Saturday 7-11 p.m. Enjoy Breakfast & Dinner Tuesda to Sunday-Live Music Fri. & Sat. Top Floor of l'ttlol Hotel at 1 iortn  ot it.el oth Bomlwtlk 002) 221-2551  (800) 441-8450