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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 Atlantic Sands treats Sussex Y' kids to lunch .. :.. :i:. .- The Atlantic Sands Hotel on the Boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach was the site of an impromptu lunch for approximately , ,':' ..... 30 Sussex Family YMCA children and instructors who partic- ipated in a field trip on Friday, Oct. 3. Shown at left in back " : (l-r) are Alexis Shaub, Brooke Menkins, Brooke Hilebittner,   ...... l!ij Christine Brown, Kelsey Lyons-Currie, Laura Baines, Jin  '  Chen, Katie Beitel, Charlotte Acklin, Nina Halty, Heidi Oak- ley, Christopher Baines, Bradley Walker, Terrence Christo- pher, Debbie Hopkins, Frederico Slagle, Terrell Christopher, Atlantic Sands Director of Sales Dave Ackerman, William Hastings, Cathy Dayton, Catlin Cahill, Atlantic Sands Gener- al Manager Katie Doherty Cahill and James Graham. In front: Marina Mayfield, Temyra Brown, Tara Christopher, : iitnH]]t Ben McCall and Adrianne Sell. The Sussex Family YMCA Campaign for Kids is now underway with funds used to sup- port-scholarships for families who can't afford to pay for Briefly Millsboro Library seeking applications for trustee The Millsboro Library board of trustees is accepting applications for on opening on the board. In- terested persons may leave re- sumes at the library or mail them to: Millsboro Public Library, P.O. Box 458, Millsboro, DE 19966. Resumes, which should be sent to the attention of the trustee board, will be accepted until Nov. 5. The Friends of the Millsboro Public Library will collect books from the community for a summer 1998 book sale. Proceeds will benefit the library. Clean, salable books in small cartons will be welcome. Desired topics include fiction, nonfiction, children's recipes, crafts, needlework and paper- backs. Craft and children's magazines are also welcome. The collection dates for materi- als will be announced through the upcoming months. The first col- lection day will be Wednesday, Oct. 22, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the new library. Arbor Foundation offers free trees to members Ten free shade trees will be giv- en to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during the monthof October. The free trees are part of the nonprofit foundation's Trees for America campaign. The trees will be Jen Ellingsworth photo 1 OFF 15T PRICE t OUTDOOR LIGHTING Wall Post Security Landcape Hanging SAVE ON: Flashlights, Smoke Detectors, RX Wire, Extension Cords, Panel Boxes & much morel I00ne00e,ec,r, c com I1 to see our great selection/ I  Lighting Ideas and Tool Info! .00ennev ELECTRIC SUPPLY 934-8885 Rt 113, Millsboro I!  OPEN M-F 8:30 a.m.- 7:30 p.m., SAT 8:00 a.m.- 5 p.m.  I I I I IIII I I I I I II  I " III child-care programs, among other things. The campaign cul- shipped postpaid at the right time for planting between Nov. 1 and Dec. 10, with planting instructions enclosed. To become a member and to re- ceive the free trees, send a $10 membership contribution to Ten Shade Trees, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410, by Oct. 31. minates on Tuesday, Nov. 15, with the Century Club Dinner, set for the BayCenter. Baltimore Orioles great Brooks Robin- son will be the guest speaker and there will be a private re- ception prior to the dinner for Century Club members who donate $125 or more to the cause. Century Club members may bring a guest for $30. Also, businesses may sponsor a table at $500 and receive four passes to the reception and din- ner, with the remaining six seats available at $30 each. A $250 contribution entitles the business to two reception and din- ner passes, while $750 gets six invitations to both events and $1,000 gets eight invitations. Businesses may also reserve quarter-, half- and full-page ads in the dinner program, which entitle them to dinners. For information call 227-8018. "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Complete Wine List Here is a sampling from the Dinner Menu: Center-cut New York strip steak, charbroiled, topped with a wild mushroom duxell and finished with a 'Vino Rosso sauce. Send with Holstein potatoes and fresh vegetables. Suggested Wce- Merlot, McGuigan BroW,/', ia Jumbo gulf shrimp and large sea scallops blackened in tradifional New Odeans style and served atop a fine roasted red pepper sauce. Fettucini in a pesto and cream sauce and fresh vegetables finish this entre& Suggemd Wry- Sauwon Blanc, Clos du Bois, Califom Boneless breast of capon with apple walnut stuffing, baked until golden brown and topped with a Grand Mamier sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine-White Medot, FoUnt De France, France iiiiiiii!!i!!!iii!iliiii! !!!! i!i! !ii!!iiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iii water lobster tail and charbroiled 8 ounce Filet mignon, served with lemon rosemary 3rzo and fresh vegetables. 'uffed Sf & Tud-tobster vh crab imperial and filet. uffed TW Taib. T, in Idoster tails stulfed lh crab imperial Suggested Wine- Shiraz, Undemans, Austrailia SalmOn, poached in a light fum6 then nestled atop fresh asparagus spears, topped with saut6ed jumbo lump crabmeat and hollandaise sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables and lemon rosemary orzo. Suggested Wine- Pouilly Fuisse, Clos Ressier, France Oven-roasted, full rack of lamb seasoned with 7-grain mustard and bread crumbs, accented with tri-colored sauces and served with wild rice timbale and fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine- Medot, Tessera, California *Early Bird Menu available from 5-6 p.m. for $12.95 each. 00ryte, Grace, 00ophistication 227-0615