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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Submitted photo At right, this stop finds a wonderful three story home that was purchased by Clay Davis III in 2002. Davis had the home redesigned into offices. Visitors will find beautiful holiday deco- rations throughout the offices. Above, this stop will delight those who have an interest in restoration and antiques. Just at the edge of town, this setting takes visitors back in time as they browse through the collec- tions of Tom and Kay Barnett. This home has been selected as a feature in the spring/summer issue of "Cottage Style" magazine. GHS to host annual Christmas Tour Dec. ssrtrl  The Georgetown Historical Society (GHS) will hold its 2002 Christmas Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14. The tour will begin at the Nutter D. Marvel Wel- come Center and Gift Shop, located on the grounds of the Marvel Carriage Museum, 510 S. Bedford Street, Georgetown. This year. there are 12 lations on the tour. Tickets are $8 per person. The following stops are included: • Marvel Carriage Museum, 510 S. Bedford Street • Home of Paige and Claire Croll, 6 Fairway East, Golf Village • Home of Irwin Forrest and Ron Adams, 22934 Zoar Church Road • Home of Terry and Vanessa Megee, 28 Evergreen Drive, Blue Heron • Home of David and Renee Valeski, 14 Whisper- ing Woods Drive, Blue Heron • Home of Richard and Cindy Bones, 608 Waga- mon Avenue, Cinderberry Estates • Home of David and Wendy Holloway, 107 W. Adams Street • Home of Gordon and Sandra Mariner, 106 S. Front Street • Office of H. Clay Davis HI, attorney-at-law, 303 N. Bedford Street • Home of Thomas and Kay Barnett, 19129 Sand Hill Road • Home of Bob and Dot Green, 601 Laurel Street Ext. • Georgetown train station - South Railroad Av- enue This year's tour includes homes of every kind from modem showpieces to those that are steeped in histo- ry. This year some of the stops will also feature col- lections or displays of family-enjoyed hobbies. There will be light refreshments at the museum and train station stops. The gift shop wilt be open for holiday shopping, offering a number of unique items such as Georgetown crocks and a limited supply of the Cats Meow replica of The Brick Hotel, circa 1836. For more information about the tour, call 855- 9660. Save % 50% Fosamax 70 MG 12 Tabs $100 Llit0r MG Tabs $1$0 i ............... is-/i uoniinaii ............... ] I www.RedwoodDrugs.ca I Fill your prescriptions with Redwood Drugs, a licensed Canadian Pharmacy and SAVE! Call today for your free price quote. Toll Free 1-866-211-3768 BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Associate Vice President Financial Advisor Certified Financial Planner (302) 226-5100 (800) 2"58-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 Call for Financial Planning Consultation Morf;an 4421 Rt. One Rehoboth Beach, DE 1)971 Antiques, collectibles and family heirlooms mark the Green home, right, and the Yuletide season brings eve n more warmth to this resi- dence. Tickets on sale now for M.L. King banquet The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Organization of Sussex County has announced that tickets are now on sale for the annual Satur- day banquet held during the week- end celebration of Dr. King's birthday. The banquet will begin at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 18, at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children 12 and under. No refunds will be made and no tick- ets will be sold at the door. For ticket information, call Janie Miller at 227-3118. 4ili@. Happy Holidays from Dr. Poleck, Alecia, Leslie, Cheryl & Debbie at Sussex Orthodontics 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 e e ee ee e ee e ele ee • • • • • • • • • ee To schedule an appointment, call (3O2) 644-4100