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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Possum Point Players bringing magic to holiday season Possum Point Players, the old- est theatre group in Sussex Coun- ty, is offering a season ticket package for 1998 in time for holi- day giving. The package includes one din- ner theatre in January, one musi- cal to be held in the spring and one fall comedy. Season tickets are $42 or $32 Parade Continued from page 71 sored by Lambda Rising, Green- wood Fire Co., second place, sponsored by Royal Treat, Hous- ton Fire Co.; third, Indian River Fire Co. * Brush/Utility Vehicle - first place, sponsored by North Shores, Inc., Greenwood Fire Co.; second place, Houston Fire Co. Ambulance - first place, spon- sored by O'Conor, Piper & Flynn, Lewes Fire Company; second, sponsored by Pink Penguin, Greenwood Fire Co.; third, Milton Fire Co. Best Appearing Fire Compa- ny - sponsored by the City of Re- hoboth Beach, Greenwood Fire Company. Judge's Choice - sponsored by the City of Rehoboth Beach, First State Coon Hunters. for members, senior citizens or students. In addition to the season ticket package, the players are also sell- ing T-shirts and pocket calendars. The T-shirts celebrate the group's 25th anniversary and are being sold for $10. The leather-bound pocket cal- endars are a collectors' item and are in celebration of the anniver- salT. The calendars sell for $5. Both are tax deductible. The Possum Point Player's most recent production, the holi- day extravaganza "Entertaining an Angel," recently played to sell-out Mikela Davis of Rehoboth Beach doesn't appear to be ex- ceptionally thrilled about her first visit with Santa Claus fol- lowing the Rehobeth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade on Saturday evening, when everyone gathered for refreshments at the Rehobeth Convention Center. Choose Heavenly Ham. When laying out the perfect spread for friends and loved omes, taste does matter. So serve your guests the best. Heavenly Ham's delicious, spiral cut Imoney glazed hams and smoked turkeys. Treat them right with Heavemly Ham. 109 131st St., Ocean City, MD (410) 250-1555 or 1-800-879-77412 Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. * Sun. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Heavenly Ham Depots m DUCK IN CENTER MARKET 607 Lynn Haven RD., Pocomoke, MD 600 Race St., Cambridge, MD (410) 9b'7-1503 (410) 288-4313 DUCK IN II HARRISON'S WINE & SPIRITS RL 394, Snow Hall, MD 207 N. Harrison St., Euton, MO (410) -0m (410) 2-sTsr crowds, about the Possum Point Players, For additional information call 856-3460. I Stocking Stuffer Headquarters Stockings are magical! This year we've ordered everything in miniature. A vast array of true luxury products to pamper and indulge that special someone. Bad Hair Day wants to be your stocking stuffer headquarters. Don't forget Bad Hair Day Gift Certificates for facials, pedicures, manicures, massages and reflexolog A great gift this season! THz T A00TZ OF TzxAs Fast, Friendly Service Family Fun -OPEN -