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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Angie Moon photos Webster family benefit an overwhelming success The Holiday Extravaganza staged at the BayCenter in Cull Apparel 20-40% OFF Selected Dress Sale Sport Jackets & Evening Attire 856-6638 Hours 10-5 Monday - Saturday 128 E. Market St., Georgetown, DE Dewey Beach on Sunday, Dec. 14, by friends of Donnie Webster "far exceeded the goal of $10,000" hoped to be raised by the effort. "The whole event was a re- sounding success," said Randy Burton, one of a large committee of organizers. "We were anticipating 300 to 350 people and ended up with more like 500. We were running around making room for more people to sit down for dinner and we had to go into the Rudder's pantry to stretch the food we had prepared. There was just beautiful generosity from so many people. It was great to see what a small community like this one can do - as it always does - when something like this comes along. Donnie and Karen [Donnie's wife] got to see a lot of people and a lot of peo- ple got to see him. When I saw people willing to pay more money for auction items than their face value, that was very heartwarm- hag," said Burton. "And Butch [Emmert] kept the auction moving right along. We had more than 137 items donated for the event." Funds raised by the event will help offset medical ex- penses incurred by Webster in an automobile accident on Route 24 in September of this year. Shown at top during the event are (l-r) Randy Burton; Adrienne Hastings; Carlyn Bailey; Karen, Trey; Donnie and Morgan Webster; Cathy Cooper; Kim Murray; Clare Farrell with her baby Peyton; and Pam Sadler. In the pho- to at right are members of the DiFebo's Restaurant crew who prepared the food for the event. Shown are (l-r) Jeff Osias, Michelle DiFebo and Lisa DiFebo Osias. 302-422-3426 5 N. Brandywine Rd.. Milford, DE 19963 Read all about community events in the Cape Gazette! Cape senior center to offer social dance class The Cape Henlopen Senior Center plans to offer a second eight-week social dance class. With more than 20 years teaching experie.nce, in- structors John and Dorothy Tewey offer expertise, skill and a "have 'fun" approach. The new course will cover the cha-cha, polka, rumba and waltz, and will meet every Friday from 1 to3 p m. beginning Jan. 9. The cost for all eight sessions is $10 for Cape Henlopen Senior Cen- ter members and $14 for nonmembers. To register call 227-2055. Delores Jean Interiors Ii Custom Window Treatments ! ] Blinds.Draperies I ] Pleated & Duette i I i Shades-TopTreatments i ! ! Verticals-Cornices I [ j Convenient Shop.In-Home Service DeeWalls Decorating Consultant In Lowng Memory qf n Dutton Marsl,' ", MARCH 16, 1934 - DECEMBER 18, 1994 ! A gentlewoman has passed this way. Our lives are ever touched. Her reaching out to those she loved always meant ,,. so much. She was respected by those around, both young -' and old alike. And in her voice truth could be found, for it wasq pure delight. ( A gentlewoman has passed this way. She left a widened ..,-al path. And those of us who knew her will have memories tot: last. She was a wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. This warm hearted woman was always there to lend a helping  hand. ._..., --" A gentlewoman has passed this way. Our hearts and souls rejoice. And all of us who cared for her will forever he.r t ,.--I I her voice. Her name was "Ann" as we all know. This devoted  , woman, there was no doubt. Is wonderful to think of but so hard to be without. Always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts, +'+++'+e'