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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Midway Assembly of God offers 'I Have Seen the Light' Dec. 21 The dramatic musical, "I Have Seen The Light," will be present- ed by the Assembly Choir of Mid- way Assembly of God on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 6:30 p.m. The production features more than 12 songs, including, "I Won- der As I Wander," "The Triumph of the Skies," "Light Your Christ- mas," "Counting the Hours," "Let Christmas Come Tomorrow," "Alleluia," "Gloria," "Star of Bethlehem," "In the Manger," "My Jesus, I Love Thee," and "I Have Seen the Light," along with several Christmas carols. The songs presented by the choir will include several solos, a duet and a children's ensemble. The Assembly Choir is com- posed of men and women who at- tend Midway Assembly of God. This year's musical opens with a modern-day caroling scene and then proceeds to retell portions of the events from the birth of Christ, including a live nativity, the an- gels and shepherds, and the arrival "of the Wise Men. The program is one hour long, and includes spe- cial costumes, unique staging, scenery and lighting. "I Have Seen The Light" is a re- cently released musical created by Deborah Craig-Claar, arranged and orchestrated by Camp Kirk- land. The theme of the show is based on humanity's search for the true meaning of Christmas, which is presented in several of the opening songs. The Rev. Gary R. Ross, pastor of the church, explains that, "for many people, this time of year is occupied by so many things that draw our attention away from the true meaning of Christmas." Ross said that according to "U.S. News and World Report," of the 92 percent of Americans who celebrate the season in some way, the majority also reports that the holiday "triggers an intense search" for a Christmas remem- bered, or a Christmas not yet ex- perienced. "For many people," Ross said, "this is a time of searching for truth, reality. It's ironic that the world continues to search for an event that commem- orates how God sought us. Our musical will help the listener find the way to the true meaning of Christmas." The public is welcome to attend the performance. Midway Assem- bly of God is located at Route i and Postal Lane, Midway. Admis- sion to the musical is free, but an Online Market Soluti00ms offers event planning for De laware Online Market Solutions, Inc. and The Laser's Edge in Wilm- ington, have recently announced the Internet debut of "Event Es- sentials," an online event-plan- ning magazine and resource cen- ter. The electronic publication, now up and running, will cater to the varied needs of a range of event planners, spanning from the social to the corporate world. Because its scope is so expan- sive, the publication focuses on two sections: "Strategize" and "Socialize." Both areas offer fea- ture articles from experts in their fields, planning hints, a compre- hensive list of resource providers, and an easy-to-use search feature to enable the user to find exactly what he or she needs. In "Strategize," the reader will find information and resources targeted to the corporate planner. An "ask the expert" style advice column, an archive of feature arti- " are listed on the site; plans call for cles, ranging from "How to Plan a all 50 states to be included in the Meeting in a Foreign Country," to future. "How to Safely Insure Your For more information about the Event," a calendar of corporate site, call Carol Hackman at 1-888- events, and a monthly contest with 324-9777. prizes will be featured on the site. In "Socialize," "Event Essen- tials" caters to the needs of indi- viduals planning a wedding or so- cial function. An advice column centering on social planning, arti- cles covering "How to Find a Wedding Consultant," to "Intro- duction to Invitations," a wedding planner, a section for announce- ments, a calendar of events and a monthly contest are all included on the web site. Information on event-planning resource providers is presented in "mini" web sites, three to 12 pages each, which are listed by state. At present there are nine states, including Delaware, which AREA BUSINESS DISCOUNTS 10Oo Angie Moon photo Parrotheads donate to Casa The Longneck Parrotheads are not only big Jimmy Buffet fans, but are also known for their community spirit. Earlier this week, members took a load of wrapped presents up to the needy children at Casa San Francisco in Milton. Shown dur- ing the presentation are (l-r) Martha Watts of Lewes, Parrot- head treasurer; Marck Gooch of Harbeson, director;, and Mar- ion Bau, Casa San Francisco director. offering will be received at the doors will open at 5:45 p.m. For conclusion of the program. The more information, call 645-9643. RESTAURANT FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER BUFFET. Adult $9.95 Kids $I.00 SUNDAY NIGHT DINNER BUFFET. Adults $9.95 Kids $I.00 $5.95 DINNER SPECIALS MONDAY - FRIDAY Different Specials Every Day of the Week! $3.95 LUNCH SPECIALS 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. / Sandwich / Coffee OR Soup / Salad / Coffee COMMUTER BRE.KFAST ;2.22 Breakfast Everyday "771 2 p.m. -- Carry-Outs Avallable -- 00appv"lloll,f .1 We wgl do. 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