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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 CAPE LIFE E B Georgia Leonhart photos Volunteers from Bad Hair Day? put guests in a beach party mood with leis and laughter as they arrive at the fourth annual Children's Beach House fundraising Beach Party and Barbeque Saturday Aug. 26. Greeting and being greeted are (above l-r) Drexel Davison, owner of Bad Hair Day?, Elena Hansen of Silver Spring, Md., Lee Wiley of Lewes, Darlene Baich of Bad Hair Day? and Larry Wiley of Lewes. At right, enjoying the breeze on the porch facing Lewes Beach are 0-r) Michael and Olga Tigue and Tammy and Scott Thomas. Michael Tigue is the general manager and Scott Thomas is director of sales and marketing at The Inn at Canal Square, a sponsor of the Children's Beach House fundraiser. Guests hit the beach for Children's Beach House By Georgia Leonhart Special to the Cape Gazette :From start to. spectacular finish, the fourth annual beach party and harlxlue to benefit the Children's Beach House could have been the backdrop for every great beach movie of the 1960s. Guests were greeted with colorful leis as they arrived Saturday, Aug. 26, at the beau- tiful Lewesbeachfront. From there they could go upstairs to have their photographs taken by master photographer Kevin fodays in a Rehoboth ntondo-.: o.R,wdan:.Pretions in Fleming, listen to gui and vocals by Paul .!, ii ai. iiiit i, 0i,ii. tm  as Cullen of Millsboro, and enjoy wine anda inelfadexl:dinner, amovi,6!':'!!!' ;:ulpted aie broad selection of locally-brewed Dogfish a sRter.Another hot item was the gift s "  ChilOret/S Beth House 'logo. Head beers while checking out the silent auction. Sponsors and contributors to the auction enticed bidders with extraordinary experi- ences in addition to artworks and dining opportunities. Included were a Love Knots catamaran Delaware Bay cruise for six; night out for six offered by Bad Hair Day?, including manicures, pedicures, facials and maximum pampering. Downstairs, guests were welcomed to a buffet prepared and presented by Eming's of Bishopville, Md., with seating at picnic tables on the porch and in the sand. DJ O'Connor, who owns a house in Dewey Beach, is a nine-time winner of the annual Rehoboth Beach Sandcastle contest and once won for six consecutive years. Guests were invited to tour the beach house, guided by volunteers and beach Continued on page 80 Gathering round a picnic table on the beach are Children's Beach House fundraiser spon- sors and contributors (above standing, l-r) Catherine Nicodemus of Lewes, David Ehrenfeld of Wilmington, Dave Marvin of Lewes, and John Reynolds of Wilmington. Seated are James Cilley and Nancy Marvin of Lewes, and Judy Sargent and Diane Teeple of Wilmington. At right, event co-chairwomen Mary Helms, left, and Emilee Reynolds pause at the end of a suc- cessfal evening in front of a sand castle created for the event by nine-time Rehoboth Beach Sandcastle contest winner Darrell O'Connor.