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Christmas Continued from page 62 Collection, country gifts and unique clothing; For Ewe, sweaters; Innovations, Ltd., im- ported bed and table linens and monogrammed items; Jail House Antiques and Christmas Shop; Kitty's, Ltd., country creations and custom gifts; Lucy's Hand Painted Clothes, casual selections for women and girls; Pam Nimick Boutique, paper and unique gifts; Peter Barratt, unusual garden or- naments; Poynter's Tree Farm, live Christmas trees, wreaths and imported decorations; Topiary Creations, dried flowers and topi- ary; What's In A Name, computer fun. As in the past 34 years, all pro- ceeds from the show will go to 24 local and statewide charities, so patrons can not only get a head start on their shopping, but also help the entire community by their participation. The charities and or- ganizations that will benefit from the event include ANKA (Tau House), Casa San Francisco, Chil- dren's Beach House, Crisis House, Deborah, Easter Seal Re- habilitation-Center, Environmen- tal Center, Gull House, Sussex Habitat for Humanity, Hospice, Kent-Sussex Industries, L-RAC (LendaHand), Long Neck Mis- sion, Meals on Wheels, Pavlik Trust Fund, Presiding Bishop's Fund, Red Cross, Rehoboth Aid, Rehoboth Day Care Center, Re- hoboth Beach Volunteer Fire CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10. October 16, 1997 - 65 Company, Rehoboth Beach Pub- lic Library Building Fund, Re- hoboth Little League Field, Salva- tion Army, Seaman's Center of Wilmington, Stockley Center, YMCA, Church World Service. Special features at this year's Christmas Shop are the Potpourri booth, the Bake Shop, the Sew- Sews, and the Christmas Cafe, serving lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily. A raffle of a quilt is to be held at the Sew-Sews booth; tickets are $1 each or six for $5. It is not nec- essary to be present to win at the drawing on Oct. 12. An added at- traction will be a raffle of a hand- crafted Victorian farm house, as- sembled by Jack DeGrange and sponsored by the St. George's Continued on page 83 Ready for Santa to leave presents under the tree, which may have come from the Rehoboth Christmas Shop, are cousins Jessica Rosenberg (left) and Cordielyn Goodrich. \\; \\; A Sampling of our menu: Something for EVERYONE'. FAMILY FEAST AN APPETIZER PASTA h'ALIAN SANDWICHES Fried Calamari A Pasta Bowl House Specialty - served w/Marinara Dipping Sauce Itailian Sausage & Pepper Hero Home Style Sweet Italian Sausage Grilled w/Sweet Red & Green Pepper Topped w/Lite Tomato Sauce & Provolone Cheese. Served on a Hoagie Roll Pasta Bowl House Red Sauce An Excellent Combination of Fresh Tomato Sauces and Fresh Herbs w/a-Blend of Import Wines Pasta Dinner For 4 Includes Salad, Meatballs & Cheese Garlic Bread, Choice ofAny 1 Pasta & Any 1 Style of Sauce ITALIAN SANDWICftES EXTENSIVE WINE cEI,LAR AN APPETIZER Fried Ravioli Portabella Cheese Grinder Roman Holiday Over 75 Selections 5 Fried Cheese Ravioli Fresh Portabella Mushroom- Broiled Lobster., Shrimp, Scallops & Of Wine Sewed with Marinara Sauce Seasoned with Olive Oil & Montreal Fresh Flounder topped with Steak Spice- Topped. with. Provolone Provo one Cheese, n a iahtv Tomato, 40 Sewed By Cheese in a Hoagie Roll nl . Pepper & 0 "on Sauce The Glass 644-9005 - Midway Shopping Plaza Rehoboth Route 1 Hours: Sunday- Thursday 11A.M. to 9 P.M. Friday & Saturday 11A.M. to 10 P.M. I