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98 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Submitted photo Stringer exhibit set Dec. 14 at Redfin Seafood Grill Redfin Seafood Grill & Fish Market, located on Route 1 in Bethany Beach, will host an ex- hibit of watercolor paintings by local artist Breck Stringer, from noon to 5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14. This one-day-only exhibit will feature works inspired by Stringer's trips to local, re- gional and overseas locations featuring water, beach and outdoor subjects. His work is on display at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes and the Rehoboth Art League in Rehoboth Beach. The Redfin Seafood Grill offers a wide variety of Seafood and other dishes, plus a market featuring fresh seafood. Refreshments will be served. Ebenezer Continued from page 97 Mrs. Sarah Cratchit, ensemble and is co-music captain. Gregory Stuart of Boston performs Bob Cratchit, a businessman, the blacksmith, ensemble and is co- music captain; Elaina Vrattos of Marblehead, Mass., performs Mrs. Fezziwig, the Ghost of Christmas Present, the neighbor and ensemble; Danya Wallace of Boston performs Mrs. Dilbert, the neighbor, a spirit, ensemble and is the costume coordinator while on the road. The performers from Dover area include Brittany Azar, Michael Bryan, Holly Dunn, Brett Emmons, Melissa Grau, Sara Grau, Leo Hill, Theresa Kaehler, Destiny Kerstetter, Jamie Koons, Andrew Mild, Samantha Mild, Robert Padgett, Cassidy Ramsey, Rebecca Ritter, Amber Rose, Taylor Ryan, Emily Taylor, Allyson Tombesi, Kather- ine Tombesi, Nicole We_ston_-and featuring John Grau as Tiny Tim. The show will play eight per- formances: 10 a.m., Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 11 and 12; 2 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 12 and Sat- urday, Dec. 14; 7:30 p.m,. Friday, Dec. 13; 8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. To subscribe to the Cape Gazette, call 645-7700 or visit www.capegazette.com 14; and 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 15. Family priced tickets for adults are $25 for section A, $20 for sec- tion B, $15 for section C, with kids from 8 to 18 admitted for $10 and kids under 8 for $6. For tick- ets, call 302-678-5152. Santa to visit Millsboro during Christmas parade The young and young-at-heart are invited to watch as antique and classic cars, high school bands, fire trucks, floats and more march and roll down Main Street in Millsboro, beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 7. Sponsored by the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce, the annual Christmas Visions Parade will officially wel- come Santa and Mrs. ClaiJs to town.  At the same time, an array of gift and craft vendors will set up shop for the Santa's Pak Shopping Spree from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., to be held at the Millsboro Civic Center, Wilson Highway and Mitchell Street. Cosponsors of the activity, the Indian River Senior Center will serve a soup, burger and hot dog lunch. Santa will return there to be photographed and talk with children. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in residence at their official home on Main Street through Saturday, Dec. 23. Children's visiting hours are 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec 11 and Friday, Dec. 20; noon to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14; 5 to 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 18; and 10 a.m. to noon, Monday, Dec. 23. The parade begins at Allfirst Fi- nancial Center, and will proceed down Mitchell Street to the Civic Center, where it will turn onto Wilson Highway, and cross Depot Street to Main. Mayor Joseph Brady and members of the Mills- boro Town Council will serve as grand marshals. The judges' reviewing area and parade emcee Brian K. Hall, of CAT Country Radio, will be locat- ed downtown near the Dance Al- ley.The parade will then turn onto State Street, and proceed to Sus- sex Central Middle School, where it will disband. Visitors are re- minded to watch for street clo- sures along the route, from 9 a.m. to noon. The chamber has also teamed with CAT Country Radio and the local Knights of Columbus to sup- port the station's Feed-A-Friend Food Drive. Parade watchers are invited to bring a nonperishable food donation to be placed in the collection bins at Allfirst and the Civic Center. All donations will remain in the area, to be distrib- uted through food banks run by the Dagsboro Church of God, Millsboro Seventh Day Adventist Church and Casa San Francisco, Milton. At the Civic Center, lots of mer- Continued on page 99 IUIIO