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82 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette EHOBOTH BEACH LIGHTS UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS Sydney and Cole Lamsor~-Reich find a nice place to watch the sing-along from the: side of the Bandstand. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS REHOBOTH BEACH MAIN STREET held its Annual Tree Lighting and Hometown Sing-Along Nov. 23 at the Bandstand. Lo- cals and visitors crowded the area to celebrate the holiday season. Doug James and Nancy Joseph led the Hometown Sing- Along while the audience sang along from their Holiday Guide provided by the Cape Gazette. Santa was also in his house on the Boardwalk, listening to children's gift wishes. Shown on Santa's lap are William and Kate Hollinger with elf Parker Edge, who are all happy to have the picture taken. Happy to see a tree from their yard bringing joy to the community are local resi- dents Doug and Doris Donahue. Madelyn Craig from Lewes dances Nancy Joseph and Doug James lead the gathered celebrants in several holiday along with the holiday songs in the t~es. front row of the audience, Singing along from a perch on the Bandstand are Bill and Emily Padamonsky frGm Pennsylvania. Ebenezer Scrooge, played by Doug Yetter, leads the final song of the evening before ~e lighting of the holiday tree, as cast members from Clear Space Theatre sing and dance on the Bandstand. )) View Cape Gazette's 'Tis the Season booklet by selecting Publications on the navigation bar: capegazette,com Celebrating the season together are (I-r) Andrew and Jennifer Wodzianski, Jon Gann, Sean Hennessey, Rania Hassan, Zofie Lary, Christopher Goodwin, Tim Tate, Cory Oberndorfe and Tonya Howe, friends with matching hats from Washington, D.C.