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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 Ruddertowne complex co-owner Alex Pires and wife Diane Cooley, left, stand with the Hon. William Swain Lee and Paul Mylander, right, chairman of the board of Delaware National Bank, member of the Beebe Medical Foundation Board of Di- rectors and chairman of the Vision 2005 Capital Campaign. Murray Archibald from CAMP Rehoboth won the prize for Best Execution for this table, with the theme "Saturday Night Fever,  complete with glittering disco balL The Beebe Executive Staff took a prize for Most Original for this table with the theme "Beauty and the Beast," deco- rated by Greg Kinney. Beebt, Ball Continuedc from page 47 again as benefit committee chair- person, assisted by co-chairs Lucy Flemi.'ng and H. Keith Hen- ry. Chairs for the new Beebe Med- ical Center capital campaign, Vi- sion 2005, were also announced. The chairs are Sarah and Jim Brady of Dewe' Beach and Harry Lynch Jr. of Rehoboth Beach, with Paul Mylander of Delaware National Bank heading up the Vi- sion 2005 campaign, assisted by campaign director Mike Clem- mer. Winners of the movie-themed table decoration awards at the 15th Annual Thanksgiving Ball were: Most Creative - "Hairspray," sponsored by DiFebo's Restau- rant and decorated by Jim Chu- pella and Jim Wigand.. Most Unique - "Pink Flamin- go," sponsored by Tickled Pink and decorated by Jennifer Carroll. Best Comedic Theme - "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," spon- sored by Ann Bateman and John Newton Jr. and decorated by Jeff West. Best Execution - "Saturday Night Fever," sponsored by CAMP Rehoboth and decorated by Murray Archibald. Most Original - "Beauty and the Beast," sponsored by Beebe Executive Staff and decorated by Greg Kinney. Best Floral - "Dr. Zhivago," sponsored by Charles Haldeman Florals and decorated by Charles Haldeman. Best Non-floral - "American Graffiti," sponsored by King's Homemade Ice Cream and deco- rated by Mary Rawl. Best Musical Theme - "Wiz- ard of OZ," sponsored by the Rusty Rudder and decorated by Lisa Mayles. Best Dramatic Theme - "Pic- nic," sponsored by RE/MAX Re- alty Group and decorated by Leslie Ballinger. Best Overall. "Dr. Zhivago," sponsored by The Wooden Indian and decorated by Tom Greeley. Leslie Ballinger was the high bidder for this Faberge egg, donated by The Wooden Indian in Rehoboth Beach. Ballinger's table decorations for the RE/MAX Realty Group also took a prize for Best Dramatic Theme for "Dr. Zhivago." Michael Clemmer, director of the Beebe Medical Foun- dation Capital Campaign, announces plans for Vision 2005 during the Thanksgiv- ing Ball. Tickled Pink took the prize for "Most Unique" for this table, with the theme "Pink Flamingo," decorated by Jen- nifer Carroll. The Rusty Rudder won the prize for Best Musical Theme for "Wizard of Oz" decorated by Lisa Mayles.