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so- CAPE GAZETTB, $00rida e- Come celebrate Rc noboth community spirit Dec. 8 It's time to celebrate as Re- hoboth Beach Main Street and Nicola Pizza are teaming up once again for the ninth annual Com- munity Unity Spaghetti Dinner, set for 4 to 7 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center. The Community Unity Dinner is fast becoming a Rehoboth tradi- tion, as dozens of Rehohoth Beach organizations, many merchants and a cross-section of the diverse community come together to pro- duce and enjoy this event. The dinner serves as a celebra- tion of Rehoboth's community spirit and also an occasion to hon- or one very special citizen someone who has volunteered time, energy and really given back to the community over the years. This year Main Street will be honoring Rep. John Sehroeder for his years of service to the commu- nity. All are invited to the Rehohoth Beach Convention Center Dee. 8 for a terrific all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner, holiday music, and entertainment for the whole family. It's a great preholiday get to- gether where participants can en- joy some of the best cooking Re- hoboth has to offer with friends and family. The dinner menu will include mountains of spaghetti, meatballs, salad, dessert and a beverage and will be served buffet style through the volunteer efforts of the Rehoboth Beach Home- owners Association, VIA, city of- ficials, state government represen- tatives, CAMP Rehoboth, other civic organizations and anyone else interested in making this a true community unity effort. There just may be some local celebrities scooping spaghetti and serving salad. It's a fun, filling event and all proceeds go toward Rehoboth Beach Main Street's programs for downtown Re- hoboth Beach. The Community Unity Out- standing Citizens Award Plaque will be presented at 6:15 p.m. dur- ing the event. Admission to the Annual Community Unity Dinner is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, $3 for children ages six to eleven, and $1 for children five and under. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Sponsors for the 2002 Commu- nity Unity Dinner (to date) are Nicola Pizza (who donates the pasta, meatballs, sauce and fabu- lous chefs); Prudential Gallo, Re- altors, Blue Moon Restaurant, CAMP Rehoboth, Rams Head Tavern, McDonald's, Cafe Sole, Celsius, city of Rehoboth Beach, Councilman George Cole and Re- hoboth Beach Main Street Inc. For further information, call 227-2772. Inl:00.00rnati00)nal Women's Day awards seeks nominees Delaware resident for at least five years, or have worked or performed community serv- ice in Delaware. Honorees are selected based on the obstacles they have overcome in their personal lives or careers and their accom- plishments in the arts, business, community service, education, law, medicine, public service or religion. Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2004 International Women's Day awards sponsored by Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus. The closing date for nominations is January 15, 2003. Nominees (18 years old or older) must ei- ther reside in Sussex County, have been a The mission and purpose of International Women's Day are to celebrate women who render the onary extraordinary and to in- spire women and girls to discover and ex- pand their potential. For more information, contact Owens campus alumni coordinator Rhonda Tuman at 855-5951. I I i i KITCH Design & Installation For Kitchens & Show00om.t RL 24,lust of [,li", ' :,'1:{ 644-9006 Rt. 1 at Family  25 Years Dollar Mall   . Experience www.rehoboth.com/newkitchens/ HIST()RIC PROPERTY #26 THE CIRCLE, GEORGETOWN, DE Over 3,000 sq. ft., 3 Story Historic Home Hardwood Floors 12 +- Rooms " City Services incl. Water & Sewer 4r Sussex Counties Busiest Professional District Perfect for Law Office, Accounting, Government Services, or any Professional High Profile Endeavor tlt" Zoned UR-1, UR-2, UB-1, UB-2, UB-3 4r In Historic District AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The opportunity of a lifetime! One of Sussex Counties most coveted properties at absolute auction. Don't miss this chance "k BROKER CO-OPERATION