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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998. 29 Annual Community Um .y Dinner set for Rehoboth on Dec. 6 Caggianos to get i Outstanding Citizens Award Rehoboth Beach Main Street will sponsor the fifth annual Com- munity Unity Spaghetti Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 6, at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center. The dinner was created as an occasion to bring together all seg- ments of the population each year in honor of a local citizen, or citi- zens, who have volunteered sig- nificant, long-term services to the community at large. All proceeds from the dinner will be used by Rehoboth Beach Main Street for the betterment of downtown Rehoboth Beach. This year's recipient is Nicholas File photo Nicola Pizza founders Joan and Nick Caggiano will be hon- ored at the Community Unity Dinner in Rehoboth Beach on Sunday, Dec. 6, for their contributions over the years2 Caggiano and the Caggiano fami- ly. The Community Unity Out- standing Citizens Award plaque will be presented at 6:15 p.m., dur- ing the event. Nicholas Caggiano and his family, owners of Nicola Pizza, were chosen for their 10ng history of community activism, charitable contributions and vol- unteerism. Prizes will also be presented for the "What Downtown Rehoboth Beach Means to Me" poster con- test created in conjunction with the grades four to six classes at Re- hoboth Elementary School. Once again, the dinner menu will include spaghetti, meatballs, salad, dessert and a beverage, and will be served buffet-style. This will be accomplished through the volunteer efforts of the Rehoboth Beach Homeowners As- sociation, city officials, state gov- ernment represeiatatives, local business people, the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce, Rehoboth Beach Main Street members and directors, lo- cal civic organizations and anyone else interested in making this event a true community unity effort. Entertainment through the evening will include clowns, com- pliments of Peaches the Clown; puppets; traditional Christmas music by DJ Joker; and a visit from Santa Claus. Tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors; $3 for kids 6 to 11; and $1 for children 5 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the door. n'00zppy Holiday00., from the staff ]g b | o I Don Hawley (formerly of Holiday Hair), Sigrid Rodriguez I (formerly of Holiday Hair), Lisa Bryan, and Kathy Martin 1 (formerly of Designers Edge in Salisbury). Rt. 9 Lewes, DE 684-0660 i ) FREE LOCAL DELIVERY & SET-UP. SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ; HOURS: (). C{e, (I110111e. Noon-sMn"Sat" 10-6 -- HOME FURNISHINGS BRIDAL REGISTRY NOW AVAILABLE! -- j k 302-684-0661 FAX (302) 684-0662 41/2 miles west of 5 points. Lewes / Georgetown Highway www'washingtn pet'cmhJp/akcreekfurniture t.. v Iv' ; *b-'f tt 'iv,. v Iv', *b-1 EVERY DAY! The holidays are here! Shop the Newport News CatalOg Clearance Center for the lowest prices ever. 70% off original catalog prices on all ladies fall and LADIES FASHIONS winter fashions, as well as styles for your home. CATALOG CLEARANCE CENTER Rehoboth Mall Next to Hair Cuttery Open Mon.- Sat. 10am - 9pm Sun. Noon- 5pm (302) 644-2427 HOME FASHIONS , , r ' 4t m E II LIGH1 REFRE(JHMENT$ . Fri., Nov. 27 P.m. il J COLLECTIONS OF FINE SOLID OAK, CHERRY, MAPLE, AND PINE HOME FURNISHINGS ,t GIFT CERTIFICATES MAKE GREAT GIFTS :tl OFF Cash donations are also wel- Adopt Family -a- come; they may be mailed to: Adopt-a-Family, 13 S.W. Front Continued from page 28 St., Room 105, Milford, DE cessing donated items year-round, 19963. Arranging and delivering do- For more information about the nations to clients year round, Adopt-a-Family program, call Providing clerical assistance. 422-1560, Ext. 134.  pecial Holiday Values throughout the store, for her, for him, for tfanil, y and friends. The aroma of candles, the warmth of a cozy chair or recline, the soft glow of a lamp, the subtle, mood of accent sofa and _ occasional tables, th inviting dining room table and chairs, sparkling U0h00 o= you, yo.00. hoUd00y 1 come in and browse and you will Bnd just what you looking for.