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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 3 - December 9, 1999 - 67 ,' CtCC Christmas cards designed by the children at Children's Beach House in Lewes, such as the one pictured above, are now on sale at the Rehoboth Outlets. The Outlets sponsored the printing of 1,500 sets of cards with proceeds from the sale benefitting the Rehoboth Art League and Children's Beach House. Submitted photo 'God's Greatest Gift' to be performed Dec. 10.12 A Christmas musical/drama for the whole family called God's Greatest Gift will be per- formed at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11; and at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 12, at Possum Hall Theater in Georgetown. The performance is an original production of the Lewes Church of Christ, written and di- rected by Chip Vickio. The play centers around a fictitious couple whose family lives on the outskirts of Bethlehem at the time of the birth of Jesus, and includes seven scenes and 12 songs. Frank and Debbie Goehringer play the leading characters, Melchi and Lydia, with An- gel Magee in the supporting role of Hannah. Tickets are $5 for adults, and $2.50 for kids 12 and under. For reservations, call 645-0327 and tickets will be held at the door. Possum Hall is located on the northbound side of Route 113 in Georgetown, behind the Wilmington Trust Bank. Shown (l-r) are Chip Vickio, director, Julie Gregersen, Frank and Debbie Goehringer. Delmarva Decorative Artists chapter meeting in Bethany A newly formed organization, the Delmarva Decorative Artists chapter of Bethany Beach, recent- ly held its first anniversary. The group of approximately 50 mem- bers is composed primarily of fold art tole painters with acrylic paint medium, though some members also work with and teach oil painting. The chapter has had certified decorative artists present all-day seminars teaching different types and styles of painting. The chapter meets on the fourth or last Wednesday of the month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Satur- day meetings are also held for those who work and who are un- able to attend during the week. Meetings are held in four different areas - Bethany, Seaford, Dover and Rehoboth - once a month throughout the year. For more information, call Shirley at 933-0550, Pat at 934- 7696, or Sally at 945-9729. MARKLE'S TREE FARM ~ All Fresh Cut Trees $25 ~ Colorado Blue Spruce * White Pine Fraser Fir Scotch Pine Norway Spruce * Douglas Fir m FRESH WREATHS Hours: 10 AM - 5 PM Daily November 26 thru December 23 (302) 684-4821 D Directions One mile east of Milton on RL 88 (across from Cave Colony Development) 00tl, " RLIN IZ Io(I RAL, Children's Beach House to benefit from sale of cards The Rehoboth Outlets are mak- ing sales history, and not just in their stores. In a gesture of holi- day generosity, the management of Rehoboth Outlets sponsored the printing of 1,500 sets of holi- day greeting cards that are being sold to benefit two local charities: The Children's Beach House and the Rehoboth Art League. The cards were designed by children from the Beach House in an art program sponsored by the Rehoboth Kiwanis at the Art League. "The response has been tremen- dous," said Nancy Alexander, di- rector of the Rehoboth Art League. "We're almost out of the first big batch we got and we haven't even done any formal pro- motion yet." The holiday cards are sold in boxes of 20 for only $8. They will be available for sale at the League and the customer service center at Outlet Center 3. The cards will al- so be for sale at the Children's Beach House art show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Cape Henlopen Officers Club in Lewes. "We have been so pleased with the response to the card sale," Alexander said. "The quality of the cards is very high and the de- signs are really adorable. This is a great way to get a great and help out two of the area's best charities. We thank the Rehoboth Outlets for making this wonderful holiday magic happen." -Ch00stmas Great selection of. Poinsettias (3 sizes), Christmas Cactus, Cyclamen, Ka/anchoe & other Christmas plants. COME VISIT OUR NEW CHRISTMAS SHOP! EASTCOAST I :10% :DISCOUNT Christmas Decorations Wreaths Silks Santas Great Giftdeas ,: SENIOR 'CITIZENS BULBS i  FOR i G  # TROPICAL PLANT SEU. OUT/ I ................ ' Clip Coupon! (302) 945-3489 OPEN MONDAY-SATUROAY, e am-4'30 pro. Closed .--m.-- --.-- Sand m DIRECTIONS .[ 71' Off Rt. 24; tum north at traffic light (Mt. Joy Road) by Nanticoke  Museum and Catholic Church. Travel 3/4 miles and turn left onto the d, first blacktop road (Cordrey Rd.) EAST COAST PERENNIAL .,[JIv GARDEN CENTE R IS LOCATED 1/2 mile on the left.