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Milton Pumpkin Festival, Oct. 18, receives assistance from students The Milton Chamber of Com- merce is going intergenerational as they line up volunteers for the Saturday, Oct. 18, Pumpkin Festi- val. Members and other volunteers will be aided by a dozen students from Milton Middle School. The students will lend a hand whereever needed and their duties include escorting young children to events and activities and selling cotton candy and popcorn. Their participation marks the first pro- ject of the new youth committee of the chamber. Headed up by member Mike Dominquez, the committee plans to involve young people as often as possible in chamber activities. As a teacher at Milton Middle School, Dominquez said that he sees first-hand the need for posi- tive leisure-time projects for young people. "We want to get kids involved in their own community," he said. "They need to learn to take pride in their own town, and they need the recognition that positive activ- ities bring." Chamber members see the fun activities of the Pumpkin Festival as a natural for youth involve- ment. The festival will feature pump- kin decorating and carving, rides on the Milton Clipper minitrain, horseshoe pitching, games and a variety of food. Little Miss Pumpkin will be crowned during the festivities There will be arts and crafts booths and a flea market. The Pumpkin Festival is in Mil- ton Memorial Park, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is free. For informa- tion or to reserve a pumpkin to carve or decorate, call the Milton Chamber of Commerce, 684- 1101. Autumn Jazz '97 lineup Wednesday, Oct. 15 .................. ::ii: ::':i:17 Syndey's Blues & Jazz Restaurant, Rehobotb, Avt!eiiig i i Mus cans Concert, 5-8 p m ... ..-...:..,........- Thursday, Oct. 16 .... ....... Dinner Bell Inn, Christian Street in RebSth Beach - Meet the Artists Camivale with the John Aihdrt['!oup and 'q'he Taste of Rehoboth," 6-9 p.m. $15. !!:ii:.7.:: il, Friday, Oct. 17 ,,/, : Rehoboth Beach Convention 'ntsr - Stanley Jordan and Boney James, 8 p.m. $27. ............. Saturday, Oct. 18 :;i;i:i:!::: :il :* Rehoboth Beach Bandstand - Mike/Kwa with Lawrence "Scotty" Scott, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Free ......... :/;:?J Bottle & Cork, Dewey Beach - RGb=/0rd, 3 p.m., $13. Rehoboth Beach Convention/CteE/Diane Sehurr, 9 p.m., $25. Sunday, Oct. 19  . ............... :i;::iii.. iiil II:IIIII:Y: @.ayCenter Styiiger- Andy Narell and Rick Braun, 2 p. (, Sz:  :i.i:iL .:;:: ::::iii . :Y..::fi::: ............ ....... :;;/Sydney.s. B. &..Jazz Restaurant - Scotty ::" :.,.....'" " .... ;:"'" ': ""'" .  U q :SSh:i.a,; z p.m. Donat, ons requested. ",?'illg iiii#0r:tickets and more information, call the  ]ml,.'--- Jazz Joint at 226-2166 or 1-800-29-MUSIC. " Jazz Fest Continued from page 68 liance. After graduation from Princeton University in 198 l, Jor- dan earned a living as a street mu- sician in New York, Philadelphia and various towns in the Midwest and in the South. Before long, he was asked to audition for the Elektra Music Label, and was of- feted a record deal on the spot. Since then, Jordan's career has been all up hill. He has appeared on several TV shows and even a movie (1986's "Blind Date" with Bruce Willis and Kim Basinger). In addition, he has recorded sever- al albums that have earned him numerous awards, including two coveted Grammy awards. Plan to come early and stay late. Autumn Jazz '97 producers have reported healthy tickets sales for the event again this year. The festivities will kickoff with a "Meet the Artists Carnivale" at the Dinner Bell Inn from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16. While organizers encourage those who plan to attend the event to do so in festive "Rio de Janire" attire, costumes are not required. 7 The John Alberti Group will provide its Latin and Salsa-in- spired jazz, and the "Taste of Re- hoboth" will be provided by the area's top chefs. Tickets are $15. The festival, which spans four days of events held locally in Re- hoboth Beach and - for the first time - Dewey Beach. Guitarist Robben Ford and Thin Blue Line will appear at the Bottle & Cork on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 3 p.m. A series of special concerts and jazz brunches and lunches will be held throughout the area over the weekend, but the fun doesn't end on Sunday. You'll want to stick around for one more very special addition to Autumn Jazz '97. The BayCenter at the Rusty Rudder (Dickinson Street and the Bay) will host Windham Hill Recording Artist and steel drum master Andy Narell on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m. Narell's performance will be followed by trumpeter/flugelhor- nist Rick Braun, whose work has been heralded by national publica- tions for his sophisticated sound. Organizers expect an estimated crowd of 15,000 music lovers to descend on the region for the fes- tival this year. Call the Jazz Joint at 1-800-29-MUSIC for tickets and information ............... CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 - 69 FREE ForNewCI Ad! PiC!gES - NSSAGES "lITIYI I I lll I ...... 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