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26506 Victorias Landing Road • Millsboro DE (Harris Teeter Shopping Center off 24) Authentic Mexican Food & Drink 10% OFF your total purchase* *Exp. 12/31/17. Good Sunday through Thursday. Not valid with any other offer. *Exp. 12/31/17. Good Sunday through Thursday. Not valid with any other offer. $ 5.00 OFF your $ 40.00 purchase* (302) 945-3111 24 REHOBOTH AVE. Downtown · Rehoboth Beach 302.226.1044 THURSDAY $6 PIE NIGHT Shepherd’s Pie / Fisherman’s Pie • After 4 p.m. FRIDAY $6 LUNCH Battered Fish Sandwich with slaw• Available ‘til 4 p.m. SUNDAY $6 CHICKEN & CHIPS 18388 COASTAL HWY. Lewes 302.644.2250 Authentic British Fish & Chip Shops TRULY BRITISH THROUGH & THROUGH OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS 2010 74 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 - MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette THE CAPE ARTISTS OF LEWES thank everyone who stopped by their shop in 2017 to support their cooperative art gallery. The artists wish a happy new year to all. The gallery at 110 West Third St., Lewes, will be open by ap- pointment during the months of January and February. To visit the gallery during that time, call 302-644-7733 or contact any of the artists. For more information, go to Shown is “Blue Heron” by Stephanie Martin. CAPE ARTISTS GALLERY IN DOWNTOWN LEWES OPEN BY APPOINTMENT IN JANUARY, FEBRUARY DNREC's Division of Fish & Wildlife announced the first- place winner and other top entries in the 2017 Delaware Fishing Photo Contest. The win- ning photo will be featured on the cover of the 2018 Delaware Fishing Guide, with the other four photos displayed inside. First place was awarded to Chad Betts of Milton for his photo titled "Small Boat - Big Fish," featuring his son Cohen holding his striped bass catch on Delaware's Inland Bays. The other contest winners are: Second place: "Big Bass, Big Smile" by George Sap- na II of Seaford, for his photo of his grandson George Sapna IV on the Nanticoke River. Third place: "Wacky for Bass" by John Kwoka of Newark, for his photo of his wife Ruby Kwo- ka fishing in Portsville Pond. Honorable mention: "Summer Fun Fishing" by Paul Garcia of Smyrna, for his photo of his son Dominic Garcia at a pond in Smyrna. Honorable mention: "Trolling Off Bowers Beach" by Jay Little of Bowers, for his photo of a friend aboard a boat at Bowers Beach. The winning entries are posted on the Fish & Wildlife photo contest webpage, along with information about the annual photo contests. Three judges – Division of Fish & Wildlife Director David Saveikis; Jake Mathews, Fisheries Section environmental control technician; and Rebecca Hoover, licensing assistant and photog- rapher – selected the top five entries. Judges were looking for well-composed photos that best portrayed this year's contest theme, Catch a Memory. "Our fishing photo contest encourages anglers of all ages to participate in healthy outdoor recreation, especially children, who are the next generation of conservationists," Saveikis said. "These images portray anglers enjoying Delaware's great out- doors, and we hope they will inspire others to enjoy the great sport of fishing. We encourage other Delaware photographers to enter next year's contest to cap- ture their angling experiences." Details for the Division of Fish & Wildlife's 2018 Fishing Photo Contest will be announced in April 2018. The Division of Fish & Wild- life's annual Hunting Photo Contest is accepting entries through Wednesday, Jan. 31. For more information, contact Jen- nifer Childears at 302-739-9120 or Winners named in DNREC fishing photo contest SUBMITTED PHOTO CHAD BETTS OF MILTON took "Small Boat - Big Fish” showing his son Cohen holding his striped bass catch on the Inland Bays. Get the scoop. Visit for the juiciest Food & Drink news.