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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 2 - Nov. 8, 2001 Possum Point Players to stage 'Mornings at Seven' Possum Point Players, the area's oldest community theater group, is gearing up for its next production, "'Mornings at Seven." Set in the 1930s in small-town Amerlca. "blornlngs at geven" is a charming portrait of a bygone era that seems especially idyllic now during these uncertain times. The story of sisters who have lived next door to each other for most of their lives, critics have called "Mornings at even" "wickedly funny." Directed by Georgetown resi- dent Esther Friend, who was last seen on Possums' stage doing a song and dance in the successful run of "'Curtain Call," "Mornings at even" has a strong cast, with a Continued on page 75 Punkin' Continued from page 72 will also highlight the weekend's events. in addition, the Lewes Lions Club is raffling chances for a 2(X) I Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 1200 with laced wheels and pearl paint. The drawing will be held Sunday, Nov. 4. Tickets are $5 and the winner need not be pres- ent. Festival-goers are encour- aged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the chunkin'. For more information about the event, call 945-9062 or visit www. i Noon: Chunkin' for charity begins 23 p.m.: Scrapple pefformafiee "Puakia'.lhunidn" ,:"iil 4 p.m.: Charity chunk ends 3-4 p.m.: Cloggers performance . Anthem'* by Dawn Th( 4 p.m.: Competition ends for the Noon: Final rounds 0fl SATURDAY. NOV. 3 8 a.m.: Gates open to the public 9 a.m.: Opening remarks, welcome 9:15 a.m.: Competitionbegins with youth division 10:45-11:45 a.m.: Gospel group II a.m.: Cooking contest begins: auction of baked goods for charity 11:30 a.m.: Opening ceremonies - "'Star Spangled Banner" by Regina Aamacha, pledge of allegiance and singing of "Punkin" Chunkin" Anthem" by Dawn Thompson. Noon: Unlimited machine compe- tition begins day 4 p.m. to dark: Savannah perforn ance anee Dusk: Fireworks High SUNDAY. NOV. 4 8 a.m.: Gates open to the public 2:45,3:[5 9 a.m.: Competition begins, start- refinance ing with final rounds of youth divi- sion anee 10:30- I 1:30 a,m.: Savannah per, formance I 1:30 a,m.: National anthem sung Kings Creek Country Club Join us for a limited time... Starting November 4th, Kings Creek Country Club will offer brunch to non-members. Time: 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. Price: $9.95 Adults- $5.95 Children Reservations: 227-7172 Attire: Collared Shirt & No Denim Brunch Menu Scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, sausage, hash browns, breakfast bread, bagels, muffins, pasta station with 3 pastas & 3 sauces, egg salad & chicken salad. Prepared by Brooke Wells and her fabulous staff. ONE KINGS CREEK CIRCLE . REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE 19971 For Reservations, call 227-7172 - f%., [[ II II I 17,000 16,000 15,000 14,000 13,000 12,000 The 8,000 Call 302-648-7700 or stop by 7,ooo for more information. 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 Hang them on your cars, your windows, your doors, your walls, your lockers, etc. BUT  FOR lrOU ram00s rua00r! 1,000 0