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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 23- May2 9, 1997-55 LIQUOR .75 LITER !I LIQUOR .75 LITER BEER CASE Outlets contribute to Rehoboth fireworks Lana O'Hollaren (middle) presents a check to Rehoboth Beach Main Street representatives Anne Marie Burnell (left), executive director, and President Kathy Kramedas, in the amount of $1,000 for the July 6 fireworks extravaganza Main Street is sponsoring. O'Hollaren is marketing manager at Re- hoboth Outlets, with three centers between Lewes and Re- hoboth Beach. The goal of the fireworks fund drive is $35,000 and anyone wishing to donate should call 227-2772. Rehoboth Restaurant Association kicks off Party Smart campaign The Rehoboth Beach Restau- "and the RBRA is committed to rant Association (RBRA), in co- operation with the Rehoboth Beach Police Department, the Re- hoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce and Re- hoboth Main Street, will kick off the "Party Smart" campaign be- ginning Memorial Day Weekend. The campaign encourages visitors to the area to behave responsibly and safely. The "Party Smart" al- cohol awareness and education project works with groups across the country to strengthen and maximize the benefits of effective hands-on alcohol awareness pro- grams to stop driving while under the influence of alcohol and en- courage responsible alcoholic beverage consumption. "With the crowds of visitors that flock to our beaches in the summer season, it's of paramount importance to stress safety and responsible partying," said RBRA secretary Sue Krick, Bateman Continued from page 53 Live topiaries stand next to a lattice bench, chairs and table that provide inspiration for those fur- nishing a porch or deck. And those in search of further advice on decorating and accessorizing, may select from a variety of fash- ionable books on the subject. An interesting assortment of bed, bath and kitchen linens and bath products are also prominent- ly displayed at Anne Bateman, Ltd., and hers is the only empori- um in town handling a line of men's and women's toiletries from The Thymes, Ltd. Stationery, address books, jour- nals, cards and photo frames run the gamut from whimsical to con- servative, and roomy boxes which could be used to store jewelry, sewing supplies or just about any- thing, are bedecked with floral fabric and trimmed in grosgrain ribbon. In search of an unusual and amusing wedding gift? Try the strengthening awareness in Delaware." RBRA members have developed a comprehensive awareness plan that includes a designated driver program, easy access transportation between Re- hoboth Beach and Dewey Beach via the Jolly Trolley transporta- tion system and a program to en- courage responsible alcoholic beverage consumption for con- sumers over the age of 21, "Basi- cally, we are promoting the Chamber of Commerce's 'We're Glad You're Here' slogan and fostering better communication between the business community, residents, city officials and visi- tors. We're a resort community offering something for everyone here in Rehoboth Beach and restaurateurs are trying to encour- age mutual respect among all facets of society in our town," proclaims the RBRA. fishing caps emblazoned with ei- ther "bride" or "groom." For the more practical, festively patterned dishware, candlesticks and wicker accent pieces abound. A Rehoboth Beach resident who most recently managed The Winding Beam, Bateman said that while she considered locating her shop further east on Rehoboth Av- enue, at this location she has plen- ty of free off-street parking, a real plus for those on the run and in need of a gift. Also, the building is expansive and bright enough to show off her collection to great advantage. "When I decided to go on my own and open this store, I wanted to offer items not found in other Rehoboth Beach stores. I wanted my selection to be complimentary to the other fine shops rather than competitive," Bateman explained. She hopes to remain open pretty much on a year round, flexible ba- sis, and during the summer will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.i six days a week, with hours on Sun- day, noon to 5 p.m. For more in- formation emil 226-0759. m Wine & Spirits NEW LOW PRICES liii iiil iii::i::ii::i::i!i::::iiii  " / I *$iii::i:: : g  :"... .: - []iii:': ........... i i!  i: ,$:.." .'-:-., .  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MERI"O'8.99 Columbia Crest $9.99 Round Hill $8.99 ;17.59 ;15.99 ;8.99 ;21.99 ;16.25 ;23.95 ;16.99 ;19.39 ;14.39 ;17.59 ;7.99 Canyon Road $8.49 Lindemans $8.99 Chat Souverain $11.99 Clos Du Bois $15.39 Columbia Crest $12.99 Hahn $10.39 Evan & Tale $15.99 Sterling #3 Palms $19.99 Louis Martini $7.99 Rosemount $9.49 Santa Alicia $7.29 St. Francis $19.99 Ste. chelle (C. Creek) $22.99 Monterey (1.5) $12.99 Mill Creek $13.99 ZINFANDEL 750 ML Ravenswood $9.85 Kenwood $10.99 Rosenblum Cuvee XlV $12.99 Tessera $9.99 Ridge $18.99 Frog's Leap $15.99 P_B.0.I_N.O.B /So00t Jekel $11.99 Napa Ridge $6.99 Ponzi $16.99 Steding Winery Lake $14.39 Wild Horse $13.99 SUSSEX COUNTY'S BEST SELECTION OF WINES Sale Ends May 29, 1997