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This acrylic on canvas painting by Lewes artist Aina Ner- gaard-Nammack is one work chosen by the state to be a visu- al ambassador for Delaware. Cape Re#on artist's work chosen to represent state The uniqueness of Delaware as depicted by Delaware artists will be showcased around the nation and the globe through a partner- ship of the Division of the Arts and the Delaware Department of State. An official presentation piece was recently completed, featuring the work of some of the state's vi- sual and literary artists, including some with Cape Region ties, and will be used by the governor and delegates of state government when they meet with dignitaries in Delaware or on missions out- side the state. The project was conceived by the division after recognizing the need for such a gift that would be representative of Delaware. The compact five-and-a-half by eight-and-a-half-inch piece con- sists of a series'of seven panels, -each containing a Delaware scene, four of which are comple- mented by excerpts of poetry. Printed in color on heavy cream stock, the accordion-fold portfo- lio is encased in a blue corduroy textured wrap-around folder se- cured by a colorful printed band and gold state seal. The piece, designed for display, is also lightweight and unbreak- able, making it easy to pack or ship. Taken by Gov. Carper and his entourage on a recent mission to cement trade relations with Israel and to introduce Delaware to the Israeli people, the piece was pre- sented to political, business and education leaders. "The piece was very well re- ceived," said Cynthia Kane,. spe- cial assistant for international projects. She added that the proj- ect was a true "collaborative ef- fort that demonstrated how a vari- ety of agencies in state govern- ment can work together to achieve a common goal." Visual artists whose work ap- pears on the presentation piece are Marilyn Bauman of Wilming- ton, watercolor; Aina Nergaard- Nammack of Lewes, acrylic on canvas; Laura Hickman of Continued on page 76 WEEKEND BREAKFAST BUFFET Saturday & Sunday 7:30 - 11:00 a.m. Take home some of our famous sticky buns! Daily Early Bird Specials $6.95 * 4:00 - 5:30 Best upscale Italian Restaurant at the beach. 128 Second St., Lewes 645-1980 ,, j CAPE GAZEqffrE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999.75 'Moon Over Buffalo' rises at Second Street Players' theatre on Oct. 8 Second Street Players present an acclaimed Broadway comedy, "Moon Over Buffalo," as the fall production. Tickets are now on sale for the how that opens Fri- day, Oct. 8. The story of a family of actors, the play gives a backstage look at players, in and out of character and costumes. And in the case of Charlotte and George Hay and company, life might contain more melodrama than can be seen on stage. A couple of a!most-beens, they are always hoping for that big m'ovie break. But as parents, Charlotte and George must also cope with a daughter who runs away from home to join a theatre group and grandma who is quick with a costuming needle but slow to hear anything that she'd rather ignore. There is also a series of young people in and out of love with one person or another and at least one old flame who still burns for Charlotte. The comedy starred Carol Burnett on Broadway and had a recent successful run at the Playhouse in Wilmington. A newcomer to Second Street Players, Mark Dissinger makes his directing debut with the Mil- ford group. "Moon Over Buffalo" runs Oct. 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 and 17; Friday and Saturday shows are 8 p.m., Sun- day matinees, 3 p.m. All seats are reserved and ticket price is $10. Senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $9 for Sunday matinees only. Call 422-0220 for reservations. Second Street Players' River- front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. The theatre group is supported in part by the Delaware Division of the Arts and the City of Milford. The theatre is accessible, to people with disabili- ties. BREADS. BAGELS DONUTS, PASTRIES Wholesale Retail 101 Atlantic Avenue (behind Crystal's Restaurant) Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-2111 FAX 227-1086 KATHY PASQUALINI I "7. Located just south of the A Men's and Open 8am to 5pm, Outlets ir Salon. thru Saturday Elaine Anthony, Sherfi McKee, Bety Sharpe and joining our staff from Philadelphia, Michael McGeehan (not shown] Massage therapist Holly Fry and Jackie Denofrio (302) 227-3550 Call For Appointments or Walk-ins Welcome