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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 - 73 Angle Moon photo The Burton Village children who created the mural which is now on display at Mariner's Square in Rehoboth Beach are seen with Shontelle Schmidt (back, middle), Rehoboth Art League education and outreach coordinator, during a pizza party held in their honor on Sept. 18. The children include Ashley Knight, Latoya Ward, Keshawna Hazzard, Danielle Conquest, Sara Price, Shonta Dean, Sheremaine Dunning, Thomasina Hack, Cassondra Brittingham, Jenell Conquest, Mykell Henry, Charles Conquest and Antonio Morris. Burton Village children create mural under Rehoboth Art League auspices The children of Burton Village and Shontelle Schmidt, Rehoboth Art League education and out- reach coordinator, worked togeth- er this summer to complete a mur- al which is now on display at Mariner's Square on Rehoboth Avenue. The four-foot by six-foot mural took the group eight weeks to complete, working anywhere from one to two hours, twice a week to finish the project. The children are part of the Westside New Beginnings summer program led by Mary Sturdivant, which in- cludes educational activities, lunch, snack time, crafts and ac- tivities at the Sussex Family YM- CA. "The kids were a real pleasure to work with," Schmidt said. "The art league's goals for this program were to cultivate creativ- ity as a constructive outlet and to help the kids develop their art skills and self esteem in the process, and I think that hap- pened," she noted. The mural, a depiction of Bur- ton Village life, was the brainchild of Trudy Adrescavage, Burton Village director. The children and Sehmidt took paper and pencil out the fwst day to sketch an area of the property which included the apartments, playground area and office building. They then worked from photographs and painted in- doors in the community center. The mural will be on permanent- Continued on page 75 "Beach House" To our VALUED CUSTOMERS... Join us on Saturday, September 27th for our final night of the season and Closing Party (9 p.m. - 1 a.m.) Thank you for a GREAT 25th ANNIVERSARY Cordially, David Walters G.M. & Staff Serving Dinner Friday & Saturday from 5 p.m, 59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth Reservation 227-6121 R| By popular request our FINAL day for the '97 season is SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5TH... Thanks to our wonderful customers! Dinner - 5pm - 10:30 pm Closed Tuesday 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach For Reservations 226-1160 ..... ' ....... I" ' f DWBRIDGE BAR MONDAYS - $2 Burger & Fries Monday - Friday Happy Hour 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 75 Drafts Off Our Now K Svstmm * Bottled Domestic Beers. $1.60 -- FRIDAY ON THE HARBOR -- DJ Capt. Joe 25 Tacos. 75 Drafts Outdoor Grill Open Weekends Enjoy 41 fresh burw, t dog,/uns steak, or ch/cken coad ootb. Decks Open, Weather Permitting Lighthouse Restaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Dinner Daily from 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Dinner from 4 p.m. -- FRIDAY .- Prime Rib - $10.95 SUNDAY --- Full Rack Ribs - $12.95 -- SATURDAY -- Seasoned New York Strip - $1 -- MONDAY Mixed Grill - $12.95