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Winners of the Rehoboth Beach Main Street window poster contest, "What Rehoboth Beach Means to Me," include (l-r) Thomas Grogan, Wilki Kyle Boyce, Kaitlin Krick, Kaetlyn Mc- Manus and Alice Grady. Shown below, left, is another win- ner, Jenna Kulp with Rehoboth Main Street Program Direc- tor Jessica Naipier-Kane. Below, right, Raelynn Grogan of Lewes is entranced by James F. Starck's puppets. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 - 13 Rehoboth Main Street awards poster contest winners Rehoboth Beach Main Street presented awards to winners in each Rehoboth Elementary V: School fourth, fifth and sixth i gi'ade class in the "What Re- ! h0both Beach Means to Me" poster contest during the 1998 Community Unity Dinner held Dec. 6. Program Director Jessica Naipi- er-Kane thanked the following merchants for displaying the stu- dents' artwork in their windows. They are Cafe Sole in Mariner's Square; Rehoboth Pharmacy; Sergeant Pepper; Dolle's Candy- land; Brew Ha Ha and Earth Tones, both in First Street Station; Creatable Crafts; McDonald's; Nicola Pizza; Snyder's Candy; and Grotto Pizza, in the former linen shop next to the Seawood Restaurant. Rehoboth Beach Main Street President Kathy McGuiness an- nounced that the winners are Kat- rina Thomas, Kaitlin Krick, Kaet- lyn McManus and Wilki Kyle Boyce, fourth grade; Justin Bush, Thomas Grogan and Damien An- dell, fifth grade and Jenna Kulp, Tristan Edmondson and Alyce Grady, sixth grade. The winners received candy donated by Ibach's Candy/Dolle's Candyland and gift certificates from Re- hoboth Pharmacy. All of the par- ticipants received a certificate from Rehoboth Beach Main Street. McGuiness thanked Princi- pal Esthelda Parker-Selby and Edilu Nehrbas, art teacher, for their help and cooperation in cre- ating the poster contest in which the students crayoned, collaged and magic-markered their ideas, which are on display in various downtown Rehoboth Beach win- dows. "Each and every poster was fantastic and a few surfaced to the top as this year's winners," McGuiness said, thanking them all for starting this Main Street tra- dition. IF YOU THINK IT'S TOO CLOSE TO CHRISTMAS TO HAVE YOUR ART OR FAMILY HEIRLOOM FRAMED... There's Still Time... WE WILL BE ACCEPTING ORDERS FOR CHRISTMAS UNTIL DECEMBER 23rd. HAVING MANY SUPPLIES ALREADY IN STOCK MAKES THIS POSSIBLE. CALL 684-4829 FOR FR00EHOUSEGALLERYIN!, : For three generations the area's leading custo ..JIL ," plcture framlng studto, offering top quality at " l' " reasonable prices. Trust your prized heirlooms and g art to the people who know best how to help. _..o O0000NMon.-s.t. xo-6 "],tjl Located 3 miles west of Rt. 1 .t .) (Ocean Highway) on Rt. 9 (., ":'. . : . . F"o Rehoboth Beach Commissioner Jack Hyde, second from left, andWifeCarol, right, dilmldth old friends Bud and Gaff Moore, recent full-time transplants to the Rehoboth Beach area. Community Continued from page 12 During the awards ceremony, Main Street Program Director Jes- sica Naipier-Kane thanked the many sponsors who made the evening possible, They include Prudential Gallo Realtors, Atlantic & Hastings, Dolle's Candyland /Ibach's Candy, Rehoboth Phar- macy, Blue Moon Restaurant, CAMP Rehoboth, Cloud 9 Restaurant, Subway Downtown, Sysco, Grotto Pizza, McDonald's, Nicola Pizza, Ray Panero Bread Distributor, Boardwalk Plaza Ho- tel, Lewes Brownie/Girl Scout Troop 1311, Village Improvement Association, City of Rehoboth Beach, Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce,  hoboth Beach Homeowners As- sociation, Sussex County Council- man George Cole, Comcast Cable and Main Street's board. "We would also like to thank all of the volunteers who have so gra- ciously dedicated their time to make tonight a success and to all of the entertainers who performed tonight for our pleasure," Naipier- Kane said of entertainers Peaches the Clown, James Stark and his puppets, traditional Christmas mu- sic by DJ Joker and Santa Claus, a good friend of Dave Ackerman of Atlantic Sands Hotel. Finally, Naipier-Kane thanked the "MVPs in the kitchen," David Burnell and Keith Dawson, as well as everyone for "joining us and being a part of our communi- ty" Rehoboth Beach Afghan Ask about our tower pillows/ Available in: Hunter Green Williamsburg Blue Burgundy $49.50 Great Holiday Gifts Lewes Afghan Wall Hanging also Exclusively from: Monograms Unlimited 102 North First Street Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-3028 $55.00 e mail: monogrmsOdmv.com Op._ daily 10-5, Sunday 12-4 II II