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<CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 . September 19,1996 - 27 Angle Moon photo The 34th Annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop will be open to the public on Friday, Oct. 11, from 10 amL-6 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m.-6 pJ; and Sunday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Committee members are (front l-r): Gloria Sweeny, Evelyn D. Thoroughgood, Dede Fish- er, Anna Misener and AmeHe Sloan (sitting in for Ella Curtis), (back l-r): Carol Lingo, Carol Searles, Priscilla Smith and Helen Lewi Committee prepares for All Saints' 34th Annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop, slated Oct. 11-13 The Rehoboth Christmas Shop will be open to the public on Fri- day, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; and Sunday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. A $15 donation per person for the reception will include admis- sion to the Christmas Shop all three days. Checks should be made payable to The Rehoboth Christmas Shop. Officers for the Christmas Shop are: Secretary - Carol Hehir; Treasurer- James Smith; Assis- tant Treasurer - Mildred Potts; Advisors - Rev. James E. Manion and Gloria Sweeny; Brochure - Priscilla Smith; Shops - Priscilla Smith, Gloria Sweeny and Carol First Town Club will meet Sept. 17 The First Town Club of Lewes will hold a general meeting and social at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Lewes Presbyterian Church, Kings Highway. Dues are payable at the meeting. New members and guests are welcome. Please bring non-perishable food items for the church food pantry. -For more information, call 644-2013. Firefighters Continued tom page 26 tween St. Lawrence and Laur streets and the parade will step off at First Street and Rehoboth Av- enue, proceeding right toward the ocean, around the Bandstand at the Boardwalk and west along Re- hoboth Avenue to Grove Park near the entrance to the city. According to Doyle, there will be 59 fire companies from Delaware bringing 277 pieces of equipment to the parade, with six out-of-state companies adding an additional 10 pieces. There will also be 15 musical marching units in the line-up, the largest number ever, including the Delaware Na- tional Guard Marching Band. Doyle assured that this year DelDOT's message sign on Route One informing people of the pa- rade will not state that Rehoboth Avenue is closed. It will direct ap- paratus to the staging area at Bay Mart and that the parade begins at 1 p.m. Both Doyle and Ferrese advise the public to arrive in the city no later than 12:15 p.m. if they are planning on viewing the parade. (Parking on South First Street will be prohibited.) Once the parade begins, any traffic coming into Rehoboth Beach from Rehoboth Avenue ex- tended will be able to reach the north side. of town using Colum- bia Avetiue, although Columbia from Grove to Rehoboth Avenue will be closed to all traffic. Those wishing to travel to the south side of the city may use Christian Street. Rehoboth Avenue will be closed from Second StTeet to the Bandstand beginning at noon until the parade passes. Also, this year, rather than hav- ing the apparatus parked on Co- lumbia and Henlopen avenues during the awards presentation at The Grove, the apparatus will be taken to the park and ride lot out- side of town to alleviate conges- tion. Officials estimate the parade should be three hours in duration while the awards ceremony should last an hour after the last units have passed the judging area, which will be located near Sir Guy's in the westbound lane of Rehoboth Avenue. As this is the second of a three- year trial in holding the confer- ence in Rehoboth-Dewey, the DVFA will evaluate the success of the 1996 conference in Decem- ber and decide if they will return after 1997. Searles; Decorations - Carol Sear- les; Hostess - Helen Lewis; Lun- cheon - Evelyn Thoroughgood; Patrons - Anna Misener and Sue Vanmansart; Pantry Table - Dede Fisher; Posters - Carol Lingo; Pot- pound - Gloria Sweeny, St. Fran- cis Chapter; Preview Party - Mrs. Thomas McGovern and Win Rosenberg; Properties - Jay Smith and Robert Searles; Publicity - Betty Fleming; Sew-Sews - Ella Curtis, St. Ann's Chapter. For more information, call Priscilla Smith at 227-8259. Beach Fest '96 set at Nassau Vineyards The American Red Cross invites the public to Nassau Valley Vine- yards for Beach Fest '96 on Sunday, Sept. 22. Gene and Kitty Bookhammer are serving as honorary chairs for this year's event, which will feature several of Rehoboth Beach's finest restaurants from 4 to 8 p.m. Participants will sample delicious offerings and a selection of wines from Nassau Valley Vineyards. The following restaurants are tentative- ly scheduled to participate: Blue Moon, Celsius, Chez La Mer, Cloud 9, La La Land, Mano's, Sea Horse, Sydney's and the Back Porch. Enter- tainment will be provided by the Island Boyz steel band. Tickets are $35 each and may be charged to VISA or MasterCard. For more information call the American Red Cross at 800-207-4490. VETERINARIAN HOUSE CALLS Vaccinations Exams Consultations for small animals only WILLIAM V. GALLERY, V.M.D. 945-5943 Nesbitt Station A Quiet Community Near Red Mill Pond ALL REMAINING LOTS PRICED AT $19,900 Wooded and cleared 1/2 acre lots, Cape Henlopen School District, just 5 miles from Downtown Lewes on Road 265. Paved roads, street lights, underground utilities, landscaped entrance. Call Lee Ann Wilkinson at 645-6661 for details! -SOLO \\;{::" - " "' ' ' ':. ,.. ,;7.t % L_- "----- Prudential Gallo Iqealty 1322 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 i'