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-rT i CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 103 Lewes prepares for doorway decorating A wreath-decorating demonstration in front of Citizen• Bank in Lewes Oct. 13 is part of preparations for the annual doorway-decorating contest for businesses and resident•. Lewes in Bloom, Lewes Historical Society and Lewes Cham- ber of Commerce sponsor and judge the contest and a plaque is awarded to the top three commercial entries. Gift certifi- cates are awarded to residential entries. Cherie Lingo-Marvel of Windsor&apos;s Flower• arranged several variations of the tradi- tional Christmas wreath such as specialty wreaths displaying items that represent the homeowner's interest•. Registration forms are available at Lewes Chamber of Commerce, Puzzles and The Stepping Stone, all in downtown Lewes. The dead- line is Nov. 29 and judging will be Dec. 2. Messiah Continued from page 102 Competition and a Garrigues Foundation full tuition scholar- ship for voice while studying at Swarthmore College. From 1989 to 2001, Robert Demers lived and performed in Europe in a range of bass and bass baritone operatic roles in "Die Meistersinger von Numberg," "Der Fliegende Hollander, .... Der Waffenschmied," "Rigoletto," "La Traviata," "Aida" and others. His operatic performances have taken place in the European cities of Vienna, Bregenz, Bayreuth, Dresden, Baden-Baden, Dussel- dorf and Lisbon. The Wagner Society of Wash- ington, D.C., recently sponsored a concert of Richard Wagner scenes where Demers was invited and participated in the roles of Hagen from "Die Gotterdammerung" Wotan from "Das Rheingold" and Wolfram from "Tannhauser." He most recently performed concerts and operatic roles with the Delaware Choral Society in Dover, the Ethical Society in Philadelphia, Opera Delaware, Steven Billups photo and was bass soloist for "Messi- ah" at Red Clay Creek Presbyter- ian Church, Wilmington. Tickets for the Saturday con- cert are $20; the Sunday singa- long is $15. All student prices are $10. Those attending the singa- long are urged to bring their own scores. There will be a limited number of scores available for $10. Tickets are available at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach and The Stepping Stone and Puzzles in Lewes. For more information, call 645-7584 or visit www.sdchoral- society.org. I' lll[lllllTll[!]]illllll llllllllilllllT]llllll?llTll 1[ [IlTI I I ]]l[I]ll]llllllll/lllllllllllllllllllllTl]-I] TI -P<]TTIIITII1T:T][ 7 'TT TT l[Tlllllllllll ll]l[r"l'lT[ ]11 "r r rr -rT i CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 103 Lewes prepares for doorway decorating A wreath-decorating demonstration in front of Citizen• Bank in Lewes Oct. 13 is part of preparations for the annual doorway-decorating contest for businesses and resident•. Lewes in Bloom, Lewes Historical Society and Lewes Cham- ber of Commerce sponsor and judge the contest and a plaque is awarded to the top three commercial entries. Gift certifi- cates are awarded to residential entries. Cherie Lingo-Marvel of Windsor's Flower• arranged several variations of the tradi- tional Christmas wreath such as specialty wreaths displaying items that represent the homeowner's interest•. Registration forms are available at Lewes Chamber of Commerce, Puzzles and The Stepping Stone, all in downtown Lewes. The dead- line is Nov. 29 and judging will be Dec. 2. Messiah Continued from page 102 Competition and a Garrigues Foundation full tuition scholar- ship for voice while studying at Swarthmore College. From 1989 to 2001, Robert Demers lived and performed in Europe in a range of bass and bass baritone operatic roles in "Die Meistersinger von Numberg," "Der Fliegende Hollander, .... Der Waffenschmied," "Rigoletto," "La Traviata," "Aida" and others. His operatic performances have taken place in the European cities of Vienna, Bregenz, Bayreuth, Dresden, Baden-Baden, Dussel- dorf and Lisbon. The Wagner Society of Wash- ington, D.C., recently sponsored a concert of Richard Wagner scenes where Demers was invited and participated in the roles of Hagen from "Die Gotterdammerung" Wotan from "Das Rheingold" and Wolfram from "Tannhauser." He most recently performed concerts and operatic roles with the Delaware Choral Society in Dover, the Ethical Society in Philadelphia, Opera Delaware, Steven Billups photo and was bass soloist for "Messi- ah" at Red Clay Creek Presbyter- ian Church, Wilmington. Tickets for the Saturday con- cert are $20; the Sunday singa- long is $15. All student prices are $10. Those attending the singa- long are urged to bring their own scores. There will be a limited number of scores available for $10. Tickets are available at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach and The Stepping Stone and Puzzles in Lewes. For more information, call 645-7584 or visit www.sdchoral- society.org. I' lll[lllllTll[!]]illllll llllllllilllllT]llllll?llTll 1[ [IlTI I I ]]l[I]ll]llllllll/lllllllllllllllllllllTl]-I] TI -P<]TTIIITII1T:T][ 7 'TT TT l[Tlllllllllll ll]l[r"l'lT[ ]11 "r r rr