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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 - 87 ambjam '97 comes to Rehoboth Sept. 20 LambJam '97, Delmarva's the Rehoboth Beach Convention Gospel Boogie Band, David OPEN DALLY FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER largest Christian music festival, is coming to Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, Sept. 20. Since 1992, LambJam has been a four-day festival held at Eagle's Nest Campground near Milton every July. But after a devastating hurri- cane in 1996, LambJam organiz- ers decided to completely revamp the festival and made it a one-day event held at the beach. NewSong, a Christian band from Atlanta, Ga., will headline the LambJam evening concert at Center. The original concert scheduled for 8 p.m. sold out in four hours with all 900 seats tak- en. A second show, beginning at 5 p.m. was added, and at press time a few tickets were still available. Tickets are $10 and may be or- dered by calling 1-888-LAMB- JAM. Concerts will also be held from 1 to 6 p:m. onthe Rehoboth Beach Bandstand on Rehoboth Avenue near the Boardwalk. Regional and local bands including the Full (00I00EER Competitions in fishing and horseshoes have been added to ac- tivities scheduled for this year's CHEER Trap Pond picnic, sched- uled for Friday, Sept. 5, by Sussex County Senior Services, Inc. The event starts at 10 a.m. at the site, which is located off Route 24 picnic slated )r Trap Prizes for the horseshoe contest include a wall phone companion for taking notes and holding writ- ing supplies. Second place wins a lighthouse-style bird feeder and third, a magnolia illustrated wall plaque. The cost is $4 for people aged Dancing, 2B 1, Tell Gadara, Tam- my Trout, the Kent Christian Choir, Mike Truitt and others will be performing. A volleyball tournament, sand- sculpting contest, and family 5K will round out the day's activities. All events are free for spectators. There is a small registration fee for those participating in the sporting events. For more information, call 424- 1013, Ext. 211, or visit the Lamb- Jam web site at http://www.wx- pz.com/lambjam.html Pond Sept. 60 and over, and $5 for all others. Tickets will be on sale at the event. Members from all 10 of the CHEER nutrition sites in Sussex County, as well as other senior centers, will participate. For information, call 856-5187 or a local CHEER nutrition center. in Laurel. The public is invited. The first-place winner in the fish- ing competition will receive a new rod; second place, a blanket-throw for use on cold fishing days and third, a tackle box. "Fishers should bring their own equipment," said Sheree Steph- ens, director of the Ocean View Leisure Center, who is coordinat- ing the competitions. "It will be a catch and release contest." Southern Delaware Choral Society begins rehearsals The Southern Delaware Choral Society will begin its 1997 rehearsal season at 7:30 p.m, Tuesday, Sept. 2 at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, North Bedford St. The 1997-98 concert season will include a reprise of last year's spring concert to be performed at Sussex Correc- tional Institution in October; two performasnces of the Christmas con- cert - one in Bridgeville and one in Milford; and a spring performance of the Lee Mitchell concert in Newark. Singers are not required to aud- tion but must make a conmitment to attend rehearsals regularly For further information call 227-2227. The choral society is under the direction of Richard Eckerd. LY' RESTAURANT  Bring The Whole Fam|ly! 5 Weekday Breakfast Specials ) J 7 a.m.- Z p.m. Homemade Ice Cream.' Homemade Dessertsl Open Daily 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4578 Highway One Rehoboth Beach l.ighthouse A tF i semS,twarf Uewrea 4n2t Dine overlooking the Lewes waterfront end fishing fleet. Receive a FREE Cruise ticket with every adult entre ordered between 4 ).m. & 5:30 p.m. nightly. Cruise leaves Fisherman's Wharf at 7 p.m. and returns at 9 p.m. Includes a historical narration of Lewes Canal and Delaware Breakwater area. Io00wBmQz00 sPzc00 MON,, TUES.,WED, ' $1.25 bottled domestics. $2 wings TUES. NIGHT - Bacardi Specials THURS. - Cruise Night Semi-final drawings for Caribbean Cruise Register between 5 and 7 p.m.. Rolling Rock Night- Bucket of Rocks $5 FRI. - DJ CAPT JOE. 95 Tacos. 95 Drafts. Jack DaWack. 103.5 The Shark ENTERTAINMENT I Friday, August 29th Capt. Joe, DJ - 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jack DaWack from The Shark - 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, August 30th 4 Way Street 8 - Midnight Sunday August 31 Lex BaYard Beach Bull 8 - 11 p.m. -- 302-645-7705- i