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24- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday': September 2. SeptemberS, 1994 Rehoboth ....... Chdstmas Shop to open Oct. 6 This is the 32nd year that the Women of All Saints' Episcopal Church and SL George,s Chapel have sponsored the Rehoboth Christmas Shop to be held at Re- hoboth Beach Convention Hall. A preview party will launch the event from 6 to 8:30 p.m., Thurs- day, Oct. 6 and the public is invit- ed. The $15 donation includes ad- mission all days of the show. Hours for the 1994 Christmas Shop are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 9. Daily admission is $3, with chil- dren under 12 accompanied by an adult, admitted free of charge. The three-day event offers a shopper's paradise of items by 18 exhibitors from six states. On dis- play will be select women's ap- parel, gourmet edibles, quilts, cos- tume jewelry, children's toys and clothing, art treasures, handcraft- ed jewelry, as well as Christmas trees and decorations and stocking stuffers. As in the past 32 years, all pro- ceeds will go to 24 local and state- wide charities: American Red Cross, ANKH, Beebe Medical Center Vision 2000, Camp Ar- rowhead, Cape Henlopen High School Drew T. Brown Fund, Cape Henlopen Senior Center, Casa San Francisco, Children's Beach House, Children's Beach Ministries, Crisis House, Delaware Hospice Southern Divi- sion, Delmarva Rehabilitation Center, Gull House; Kent-Sussex Industries, Lewes Senior Center, Meals-on-Wheels, Rehoboth Aid Services, Rehoboth Public Library, Rehoboth Day Care Center, Rehoboth Emer- gency Fund, Rehoboth Little I' League, Rehoboth Volunteer Fire Company, Salvation Army, Sea- man's Center of Wilmington, Stockley Center and the Sussex Family YMCA. Extra special features at the Christmas Shop include the Pot- pourri, the Bake Shop, daily fash- ion shows, Sew-Sews, and the Christmas Cafe, serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., daily. A raffle for a carousel horse is to be held at the Sew-Sews booth and tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Everyone who buys a ticket to the Christmas Shop will have a chance to win the door prize at 3:30 p.m., Oct. 9. You need not be present to win. The chairmen of the 1994 Christmas Shop include: Betty Hessemer, chairman; Lee Kerin, secretary; James Smith, treasurer; Mildred Potts, assistant treasurer; Rev. James Manion, Gloria Sweeney, Helen Lewis, advisors; Priscilla'Smith, Carol Searles, shops; Trip Wilkinson, publicity; Beth Thomas, printing; Anna Mis- ener and Lyn Misener, patrons; Helen Lewis, hostesses; Gretchen Brown, decorating; JoAnne De- Fiore, signs; Deanna Wagamon, fashion show; Ollie Stirling, door prize; Betty Jane Hall and ECW Chapter, pantry table; Anne Ra- tledge and St. Boniface Chapter, luncheon; Martha Barrett, work- ers luncheon; Win Rosenburg, preview party; Ella Smith and St. Ann's Chapter, Sew-Sews; Peg McDermott, Potpourri; Alice Robinson and Mary Beth Monigle, posters; and Jay Smith and Robert Searles, properties. For more information call 227- 7202. "Delmarva Antique Bottle Club Presents Its m Second Annual ANTIQUE BOTTLE ADVERTISING & COLLECTIBLE SHOW &: SALE SUNDAY SEPT. 11 9AM-4PM REHOBOTH BEACH CONVBNTION HALL 75 Tables of Antique Bottles, Jars, Glassware, Stoneware, Brewery and Soda Memorabilia, Country Store Items, Relics, Tabletop Antiques and Much More! Info and Appraisal Table, Door Prizes Every Hour, Educational Displays, Food Available. Admission: $2.00 - Children Under 12 Free Info - Ferd Meyer at 302-94,5-7072 The "prancing of each little hoof' will be imagined by the lucky winner of this decorator carousel horse, originally a hobby horse but now adorning an antique flag stand. It has been restored, hand-painted and decorated by Elizabeth Zombek of New Jersey. Raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and may be obtained at the Sew-Sews booth or from any mem- ber of the St. Ann's Chapter, or by calling 227-7202. Sussex seniors offer catering Sussex County Senior Services, Inc. (CHEER) has begun a new fundraising venture for the agency. The CHEER Catering Program is now a viable fundrais- ing force for the non-profit agency. Proceeds raised from catering events produced by CHEER Catering will be returned to the agency to support the many ser- vices they provide. CHEER Catering will feature a "Sussex County Buffet," served with hometown hospitality for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Weddings, banquets, picnics, holiday or office parties, even de- liveries are possible with CHEER Catering. In addition to an extensive food selection, CHEER Catering can even select the location for your event, arrange for entertainment, or provide specific themes for you and your guests. If you are interested in having CHEER Catering produce your next special event, call 856-5037 to arrange a meeting. CONTEST BLUEWATER SPAS 10 m ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! During The Month Of August, Enter "The Prettiest Pool In 00qussex County" Winners will receive a Grand Prize Pool lounge chair worth $112 Contestants' children can enter the water safety coloring contest with prizes given weekly. Contest ends September 8 with winner announced September 9 between 5 8 7. Contest will be judged independently. Call for more information or stop in .....  :' and s'upl  645-8119 Rt. I Midway Shopping Ctr. Between Lewes It Rehohoth TUBS- SPAS- SAUNAS. POOLS