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102 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 19 - Dec. 25, 2003 Art auction a success at Children's Beach House There was a nor'easter outside, but inside the Children's Beach House the fire glowed, and the crowd was in a festive mood as they Viewed an array of work by more than 80 artists. In judging the exhibit, Constance Costigan, professor emerita from George Washington Uni- versity, noted the exuberance and beauty of the show. Blue ribbons were awarded to Julie Baxendell for "Affectation", Constance Marshall Miller for "Hear the Music" a shell assemblage, Pamela Montague for "Burton's Island", Sandra Mylod for "Coming Home", Aina Nergaard-Nammack for "Orange Bushes" and Steve Rogers for "The Lockerman House". Red ribbons went to John BayaliS for "Peach Basket", Margaret Bay- alis for "The Reader", Michelle Marshall for "Storm Morn" and Nick Serratore for "The Path. Karl Chalabala photo Ho, ho, holly festival celebrated in Milton The town of Milton came together to celebrate the wonders of holly during the Milton Hol- ly Festival Dec. 13. Located within the Milton Fire Hall, the Holly Festival featured numer- ous vendors and purveyors of all things holly. Milton Garden Club members (l-r) Eleanor Porch, Carole Somers and Bill Neun stand next to a holiday holly spray they raffled off. Jones-McKean work on exhibit at Carvel Building Delaware Individual Artist Fellow in Sculpture, Michael Jones- McKean, will be exhibiting his eclectic and thought-provoking work in the Mezzanine Gallery of the Carvel State Office Building in Wilming- ton from Jan. 7 through Feb. 27. CHEERful Notes Holiday Concert set Dec. 16 The CHEERful Notes Glee Club, a singing club comprised of 45 lo- cal senior citizens, will perform its annual Holiday Concert Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 10:30 a. m. in the CHEER Community Center. All ages are invited to celebrate the holiday season with performances of holiday classics including "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus," "White Christmas" and "Peace on Earth This Christmas." Admission is free. The CHEER Community Center is located on the comer of Route 9 and Sand Hill Road in Georgetown. For more information on this con- cert or to book a CHEERful Notes appearance, call Pat Rust at 856- 6178. OCEAN POINT GRHJL FAMILY RESTAURANT Dine-in Only *Stuffed Flounder *NY Strip w/crabc,ke or shrimp *Prime Rib *Broiled or Fried Scallops *Fried or Broiled Flounder *Cajun Catfish *Western Pork Chops *Stuffed Chicken Breast Shrimp Stir Fry Broccoli Chicken Alfredo Veal Parmesan Chicken Parmesan Chicken Alfredo Shrimp Scampi All entr6es served with soup or salad, choice of one side and dessert. $8.95 *Includes baked potato w/entrees plus the above. 4pro until Close 7AM-gPM Sun.-Thurs. 7AM-10PM FrL & SaL We thank all our customers especially our Loyal Locals for their patronage. 17 Market Place Food Lion Shopping Center 227-1127 Rehoboth, DE Join us for BOND NIGHT - Thursday nights 5:30 - 7 1/2 price martini's & 25% off caviar Taking Reservations for New Year's Eve.00 c Limited Seating Available Entertainment: Juliane Wae & Jellyside Down