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Art Around Town raffle names winners The ninth annual Art Around Town took place Sunday, Nov. 3 in the commercial district on both sides of the canal in Lewes. Three of the participating businesses donated items for the raffle drawing which took place at the conclusion of the event. The winners include Marilyn J. Peper of Westmin- ster, Md., who won a ceramic dish donated by the Saxon Swan; Madeline Lewis of Lewes, who won a gift package do- nated by the Soap Fairy; and L. Ayers of Lewes who won a framed Doorways of Lewes poster donated by the Peninsula Gallery of Art and Framing. Shown above drawing the winning tickets is Stephanie Tsantes with Tony Boyd-Heron, chairman of the event. Children's Beach House annual benefit art show slated Dec. 6-7 The Children's Beach House will host its annual benefit art show and sale on Friday, Dec. 6, and on Saturday, Dec. 7. The show, the third in its beautiful new home at 1800 Bay Avenue on Lewes Beach. will open with a gala Preview Reception from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday. Dec. 6. with lo- cal and regional artists exhibiting their works in a wide variety of media. Artists donate a portion of each sale to the Beach House. The art show judge will be Lee Mills from the Rehoboth Art League. The art show and sale will continue on Saturday, Dec. 7. as part of the Lewes Christmas Weekend. The Preview Reception will in- clude the popular Silent Auction, with over lO0 gift items donated by local merchants. Tree orna- ments made by the Children's Beach House Craft Group will be available for purchase. Hearty appetizers, wine and non-alco- holic beverages will be served. with music provided by local mu- sicians and musical groups, in- cluding pianist Randy Chang and the Cape Henlopen High School Women's Choir. This is the major fundraiser for the unique Environmental Educa- tion Program that serves thou- sands of Delaware's children each year. This year marks the 22nd year the Children's Beach House has provided children with special needs in a wide range of excep- tionalities with unique opportuni- ties for learning about and explor- Continued on page 86 I 1 I [ ] featuring Woodgrilled food Beer small-batch spirits i$ $9 woodgrilled Kabob dinners MondaYs $5 Burgers ThursdaYs $5 Pizzas HAPPY Hour weekdays 4 - 6p at the bar live music FRmAV 1 i115 Love SVNmCAr SAIIRDAY 11116 BmcltrOOT Open M, Th & F at 4 p.m. Sat& Sun at noon 320 Rehoboth Ave. www.dogfish.om 302-226-BREW CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002.85 a0000tJSTY 00tJDI)El00 k RESTAURANT & SALOON ......  DICKINSON ST. * DEWEY BEACH, DE o 227-3888 Open Wednesday thru Sunday WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY All Dinner Entrees $10 SUNDAY - SEAFOOD SUNDAY Fresh seafood entrees for just $12.95 Fried Chesapeake Bey oysters, fried sea scallops, fried or broiled flounder, sesame barbecue salmon and shrimp in garlic sauce. BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY TODAY & ENJOY ONE OF THE ABOVE ' , DINNER SPECIALS Y LAND AND SEA BUFFET Frl. and Sat. 4.-30 pm Oysters are back on the buffet! SUNDAY BRUNCH 10-2 year round