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-1- CAPE GAZE'rl, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 - 93 Millsboro chamber seeking Christmas Visions parade entries The Greater Millsboro Cham- ber of Commerce is seeking en- tries for its Christmas Visions 2002 Parade, and vendors for its Santa's Pak Shopping Spree. Both events will be held Saturday, Dec. 7. The lineup for the Christmas Visions parade begins at 8 a.m., at AllFirst Financial Center on Mitchell Street. The start time is 10 a.m., and the rain date is Sun- day, Dec. 8, with assembly at 11 a.m. The parade offers trophies in 14 competitive categories. The Shamrock Judges, a professional Symphony to open Chamber Series Nov. 19 Russian Music for Strings will be featured when the Delaware Symphony opens its 2002-03 Chamber Music Series at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel duPont. A second performance will be held team from New Castle County, will judge all entries. Entry in the parade is free, but registration is required by Monday, Dec. 2. As a public service, the Cham- ber has joined forces with Bishop James C. Burke Council 11285, Knights of Columbus, to support the Feed-A-Friend food drive sponsored by CAT Country Ra- dio. All parade participants, San- ta's Pak vendors, and visitors are encouraged to make nonperish- able food donations, which will be collected at AlIFirst, at the Millsboro Civic Center, and at the parade reviewing stand on Main at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 24, in the W'mterthur Museum and Gardens. The program will include Shas- takovich's "String Quartet No. 4" and Tchaikovsky's "String Sex- tet." Tickets arc $40 for the Hotel duPont concert and $25 for the Winterthur concert ($40 with a high tea after the concert). $10 student rush tickets arc available a half hour before curtain. To pur- chase tickets or for more informa- tion, call 800-37-GRAND or visit Street. All donations will be dis- h-ibuted locally to food banks op- erated by the Dagsboro Church of God, Millsboro Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church and Casa San Francisco in Milton. The Knights, of St. Michael's Church in Georgetown, and Mary, Mother of Peace in Oak Orchard, will also serve hot beverages and breakfast sandwiches during the parade lineup at All first. Parade winners will be an- nounced at approximately 1:30 p.m., at the Santa's Pak Shopping Spree, to be held at the Civic Cen- ter, Wilson Highway and Mitchell Sons of Italy to host Nov. 21 casino trip The Sons of Italy is sponsoring a day casino trip to Midway Slots in Harrington on Thursday, Nov. 21. The cost is $9 and includes transportation and the internation- al buffet. The bus leaves at 11 a.m. from Angola Estates Club- house and returns at 5 p.m. Seats are limited so early reservations are suggested. For more informa- tion, call 947-1002 or 226-2961. Street, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cosponsored by the Indian River Senior Center, the Shopping Spree features gift and craft ven- dors of all types. Especially need- ed are holiday decorative items, live greenery, candies and other holiday treats. Prospective sellers are asked to include in their wares some merchandise priced at under $10 so children may also do their holiday shopping. Although in- door spaces have been filled, out- door spaces are still available. In addition to its craft and baked goods booths, the Senior Center will offer a soup, burger and hotdog lunch. The Chamber will also host a bake sale. No oth- er food of this type will be permit- ted. Following the parade, Santa will visit the Shopping Spree. He will talk with children and have photographs taken. For more information, call the Millsboro Chamber at 934-6777 Cucina Italiana Est. lg78 -- DINNER WED. - SUN. " 227-9255- Second Street sets shows for 2003 Second Street Players recently chose five major productions for 2003; season tickets will be avail- able for holiday gift giving. The f'wst show of the season, the Stephen Sondheim musical, "Company," is scheduled for March 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16. It will also be the theatre selection for the 2003 Annual Trustees Din- ner Theatre Gala Saturday, Feb. 22. A new Nell Simon play, "Din- ner Party," will be performed May 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 and 11. Dates for "It Runs in the Family," a British farce, are July 11, 12, 13, 17, 18 and 19. "Murder by the Book" is sched- uled Oct. 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19. A comedy featuring a theatre group performing Dickens' "Christmas Carol" is the holiday selection. Robin Twilley, president of the Second Street Players' board of directors, said board members are extremely pleased with the 2003 season. She said the choices pro- vide a variety of theatre entertain- ment and this will be the first time most of the plays are being seen on stage in Delaware. Eddie Cohee directs "Compa- ny." Second Street Players are ac- cepting applications for directors for the remaining four shows. Those interested in directing should submit a theatre experi- ence resume and letter of applica- tion by Dec. 31. Applications can be mailed to Second Street Play- ers, P.O. 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