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; 78 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3- MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Performances to be staged Dec. ll:12 Leveredge, alto, will perform so- los in the traditional carol "The Holly and the Ivy." David Miller, The Southern Delaware amount of rehearsing time has bass, will solo during the Choral Society is busy rehears- been even greater as they took Thomas Weelkes song 'Alleluia, ing for its winter concert. The on solo parts of the concert. I Heard a Voice." Paul Hanke, 80-member chorus has been"It is with great joy that we an- bass, will perform a solo during meeting every Tuesday since nounce the soloists for An Eng- Herbert Howell's "A Spotless early September to learn the va- lish Christmas," said John Ran- Rose." Sopranos Ann Freeman, riety of songs and carols that ney, conductor. "The selected Arielle Foster, and Rose McFas- comprise the event. Then mem- soloists represent a diverse bers go home and practice on group of talented singers from all sel, and tenor Taylor Phillips, their own the rest of the week. across southern Delaware." will sing solos during the per- For 10 members of the group, the Rich Boyd, tenor, and Danielle Continued on page 79 SUE FORTIER PHOTO SOUTHERN DELAWARE CHORAL SOCIETY soloists for the upcoming holiday concerts are in back (I-r) Rose McFassel, Ginny Van Tine, Ann Freeman and Danielle Levredge. In front are Rich Boyd, Paul Hanke, Richard A. D. Freeman and David Miller. Community Unity Dinner set for Dec. 5 The annual Community Unity Spaghetti Dinner will be held from 4 to 7 pan. Sunday, Dec, 5, at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center, presented by Re- hoboth Beach Main Street and provided by the famous Nicola Pizza. The dinner features spaghetti, meatballs, a salad bar and bottled water by Dos Lo- cos, sodas by Grotto Pizza, cof- fee by Coffee Mill, breads by The Bake Shoppe and desserts by CAMP Rehoboth. There is entertainment by the Tim Laushey Trio plus a Santa Claus for kids of all ages. There will be face painting by Rehoboth Co-op Preschool and ornament decorating by Creat- able Crafts! Tickets are sold at the door: $8 per person; free ad- mission for kids under 6. Also at Community Unity, Main Street bestows its Citizen of the Year Award. Bring canned goods for a food drive benefiting Casa San Fran- cisco, Sussex County Food Bank and lusst Sooup Ministry. Raffles and great prizes are part of the evening. Call 227-2772 for more infor- marion. Photos Cc)ntinued from page 77 the Nature Conservancy Delaware chapter. Photographs taken at The Na- ture Conservancy's McCabe Pre- e by Children's Beach House er campers Will also be on display. For the past 21 years, the Chil- dWen's Beach House has hosted the annual Holiday Art Show and Sale to support efforts to t lp children with special needs reach their highest pote /tial. To purchase tickets for the opening reception visit cbhinc.org or call 3 2-655-4288. ~ itI ....