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i. 92 FRI DA~F MiLD DECEMBER 2 - MO WEATHI DECEMB' . 5, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT GREETS REHOBOTH TREE-L|GHT|NG CROWD Cape Gazette Dancing together to the holide ~ music are Li, J and Dominic Limon, gelli from Pennsylvania. i i I STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS THE ANNUAL RENOBOTH Bi~ACH TREE LIGHTING and Hometown Sing-a-Long, sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Main street, was held Nov. 25 at the Bandstand. Mild ~veather brought out a large crowd of locals and visitors, all ready for the holiday season. Santa opened his house omthe Boardwalk and thq line stretched down the Boardwalk all evening. The countdown from five signaled the lighting of the Christ- Glen Belle keeps an eye on th~ Singers With mas tree to the cheers of the crowd. The Becker family of Rehoboth Beach donated the tree this year. Of him. i in front L~ading the sing,along are Mrs. )h, and Doug James. The Bandstand turned into a dance floor for the happy chil- dren at the tree lighting. Getting their request in early to Santa are C ]roline and l,nthony Marvel from Lewes. The Becker family, who donated the tree tha~has grown fo150 years in the front: yard of their James street home, was on hand ~o throw the switch, lighting the treell Shown on the Bandstand are (l'r) Marguerile Becket, Calolyn Becker and R~I~ hoboth Main Street President Drexel Davison. Not shown is Blaze Becker, who had to run off and light'the tree. I ~