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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 9 - Nov. 15, 2001 Boston Brass to perform in Seaford Seaford Community Concert Association will continue its 2001 to 2002 season at 8 p.m., Nov. 15, in the Seaford High School Auditorium. The Boston Brass, a quintet which in- cludes trumpet, tuba, trombone and French horn, will pro- vide a veritable cornucopia of music. Their repertoire in- cludes chamber music, jazz, swing and show music. They were prizewinners in the 1992 International Brass Quintet Competition in Narbonne, France. For details, visit its web- site at www.seafordcca.hypermart.net, or call Jim or Bar- bara Burket at 629-8657. Season tickets are also available. Nominations sought for governor's award On April 8, Gov. Ruth Ann Minner and the Delaware Divi- sion of the Arts/Delaware State Arts Council will host a ceremony honoring the recipients of the 2002 Governor's Awards for the Arts. These awards recognize the work of individuals and organiza- tions that have made a lasting and profound impact on the artistic and cultural life of Delaware. Nominations for the Governor's Awards may be submitted accord- ing to the following procedure. Eligibility: Any Delaware resi- dent, organization or business may be nominated. The nomi- nee's achievements should reflect a substantial contribution to the arts, not simply a single act or work. Criteria: The significance or magnitude of the nominee's con- tribution or achievement in the arts; the breadth of the population served; the recognition by virtue of the nominee's achievements; and the nominee's length of time or intensity of activity dedicated to the arts. Selection process: Award win- ners will be selected by a panel of distinguished jurors. Organiza- tions and individuals will be con- sidered in a variety of categories included but not limited to the fob lowing: individual artists in all disciplines; art educators, arts o,'- ganizations and supporters; and patrons of the arts including cor- porations, foundations, individual donors, volunteers or elected offi- cials. Nominations must be post marked or hand-delivered to the Delaware Division of the Arts Of- fice by Thursday, Nov. 15. Fo," more information call 302- 577-8290 or 302-739-5304. Evening of Music fundraiser slated Nov. 24 in Lewes The Miss Inland Bay/Miss Eastern Shore "Evening of Mu- sic" Fundraiser will be held Sat- urday, Nov. 24, at the Lewes Se- nior Center, Nassau. The event will include light faro, beverages and entertainment. Tickets are $15 per individual or $25 per cou- ple in advance, and can be ob- tained by calling Perry Jeffry at 644-0869. Some featured entertainers in- clude: Erin Williams, Miss Inland Bay 2002; Evangeline Williams, Miss Eastern Shore 2002: Erin Cooper, Miss Delaware 2001; Michelle Harris Anderson, Miss Delaware 1995; and Alison White, Miss Delaware 1997. Fundraiser proceeds will go to the Miss Inland Bay and Miss Eastern Shore scholarship funds. The Miss Inland Bay and Miss Eastern Shore organizations award thousands of dollars in scholarship assistance each year to some of Delaware's brightest young women. As an ofl'icial pre- liminary to the Miss Delaware and Miss America Pageants, the Miss Inland Bay and Miss East- ern Shore pageants are part of the largest single source of scholar- ships for young women in the world. The Miss America Organi- zation makes available over $40 million in colle,,e assistance. As the world's largest provider of scholarships for women, the Miss America Organization has always been in the unique posi- tion of shaping the lives and ful- filling the dreams of young American women. "Our Favorite 'Spot In Town..." ~ Washington Pos# "WE CAN'T SAY GOODBYE YET" OPEN FOR LUNCH IN NOVEMDER 11 A.M. - 3:30 I.M. REPPED, COOKED & ERVED DY THE  IGUANA KEN - CARMEL - MR. IGUANA FRANK 52 Baltimore Ave. 227-0948 orry, we don't accept reeervatione. coastal mediterranean C.om in "Lusday & FHday & cee your own 3-c.o=e s=pli. 9 o our me.u. Call for deoils. Call to book private parties and corporate functions for the holidays. 10% OFF ENTIRE CHECK (exch,ing alcolol) if seate,'l by 6 I ...... Salero is open Thursday - Satur,ay Restaurant tours: 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p,m, Check Out Our Ocean View & Menu On Rehoboth.com Henlol.,en Hotel, Ei,htl Floor North en, I o tle Boar, h,,alk 302-227-8630 Stoney Lonen glsD 8/gir2e spii-f:s open at 5:00 pmThursday through Sunday Friday "Halflprice fltde Battered Fish & Chips Dinner" and unday "All Fresh Fish Entrees Half-Price" Now Booldn 5 Holiday Parties/ zo8 Second Street Kehoboth Beach 3oz - zz7 - z66a. www.stoneyJonen.com