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Rosanne Pack photo Watercolor raffle to benefit LHS "Light Houses of Lewes," new watercolor from artist Mar- cia Gibbs, is the prize a lucky ticket-holder will win in a raffle held by the Lewes Historical Society. Gibbs, a member of the Cape Artists, is donating the scene familiar to many who spend time on the backside of the bay. The drawing is set for Saturday, Dec. 5, during the Christmas Tour of Lewes. Pro- ceeds from the sale of $1 raffle tickets benefit the historical society; tickets are on sale at Trader's Jewelry and Gift Shop in Lewes, where the painting is on display. Historical society members are also selling tickets and they will be sold the day of the Christmas tour. For information, call 645-7670. Selbyville sets house tour Dec. 6 A "Garland & Greenery House Tour" will be held throughout Sel- byville 1 to 5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 6. The event is being sponsored by the Southern Sussex Rotary Club to benefit the library and other community projects. Visitors will be entertained with local musi- cians and surprise visits from the characters of Christmas. Featured on the tour will be the homes of D H. and Jeanette Bak- er; Lyn Kolod, Ross and Peggy Cropper, Michael Doyle, Marvin and Jayne Long, Mayor Clifton and Delores Murray and Charles and Susan Hastings. Also on the tour is the Victorian Rose Bed & Breakfast, Salem United Methodist Church and the SelbyvillePublic Library. The Friends of the Library will host a holiday boutique and the Community Club will sell green- ery and ornaments at the corner of Main and Church streets. The homes will be decorated for the holiday season and wilt feature designs by "Just for Ewe," as well as fresh flower arrangements by E. Thompson, a visiting National Flower Show judge. An added attraction with the show of a tour ticket is a dinner discount from Doyle's and Bona's restaurants. CAPE The following movies will play at the Rehoboth Mall Cinema, Fri- day, Nov. 27 through Thursday, Dec. 3: The Rugrats Movie: Those animated television darlings have finally landed in primetime. Chuckie, Tommy, Angelica, Mrs. Pickles and the whole gang of tod- dlers go on a wild adventure. Rat- ed G. A Bug's Life: Disney's latest about a colony of hardworking ants who fight a hearty battle against an army of mean ole grasshoppers. Features the voices of Madeline Kahn, Kevin Spacey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Phyllis Diller. Rated G. Home Fries: Drew Barry- more is a pregnant dimwit who GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 . December 3, 1998 - 75 roll call. With Hopkins as tour guide, Pitt's character finds love to be one of the major attractions on earth. Rated R. falls for hunky newcomer Luke Wilson and his stepson. The com- edy takes a dark turn, as Barry'- more's "'Sally" decides to break up with her married lover, only to find him dead by unnatural causes. Rated PG- 13. Babe: Pig in the City: The lovable swine heads to Europe with the hopes of winning a sheep- herding contest to save Hoggett Farm. The early buzz is that the sequel doesn't live up to its beloved predecessor. Rated G. Enemy of the State: The bet- ter half of the "Men in Black," rap- per-turned-actor Will Smith takes his turn at battling the govern- ment. Also stars Academy Award-winner Gene Hackman. Rated R. Meet Joe Black: Imagine Brad Pitt's boyish self as Death and Anthony Hopkins as a likely candidate for the Grim Reaper's 'Storytime Nights' for kids at Georgetown library An early evening event for children, "Storytime Nights" will be held on Wednesdays during December at the Georgetown Public Library, lo- cated on 10 W. Pine St. Each Wednesday from 6:30 to 7 p.m., beginning Dec. 2, Wendy Ruiz, a junior at Sussex CentrM High School, will read to children from preschool through grade six. Advance tour tickets may be purchased from at Baltimore Trust Banks; Great Expectations An- tiques, Millville; Hometown Art and Supply, and Rogers Graphics, Selbyville; Animal Health Sales, Route 113; or from any Rotary Club memb. The library will sell tickets on the day of the tour. The Garland & Greenery Tour Committee members are Steve Cropper, Charlotte Lowe, Pat Neff, Kathy Castrovillo and chair- women Susan Hastings and Peggy Cropper.