to host dinner, dance
The Seaford Elks Lodge #2458 will host its fifth annual ham and oyster
dinner, auction and dance on Saturday, Feb. 26. The dinner starts
at 6:30 p.m., followed by the auction and then the dance, featuring
"Hawaiian George." Cost is $10 per person. Members and their guests
only are welcome.
Only 150 advance tickets will be sold. No tickets will be available
at the door. For tickets or more information call 629-2458 or 629-7357.
All proceeds benefit the Elks National Foundation.
Puppets for Christ to appear
Marvin S. Steele, puppeteer, will be appearing with his Puppets for
Christ at the Caffe Sarajevo, 413 High St., Seaford, Saturday, Feb.
26, at 2 p.m. Admission is free and all ages are welcome. For more
information call 629-6146 or 629-5616.
UMW to hold oyster dinner
A buffet supper with oysters will be held at Cokesbury Community Center,
near Reliance on Saturday, March 4, at 6 p.m. The public is invited.
Price is $8. There will be no carryouts available and there will be
one seating only. This affair is sponsored by United Methodist Women.
Senior center plans activities
The Nanticoke Senior Center, 310 Virginia Ave., Seaford, has planned
the following activities:
Thursday, Feb. 24 - 10 a.m., dominoes, games and indoor shuffleboard;
10:30 a.m., Bible study; 12:45 p.m., shopping at the Curiosity Shop;
1 p.m., arthritis exercise class.
Friday, Feb. 25 - 9 a.m., pinochle and bridge; 10 a.m., dominoes,
games and indoor shuffleboard; 10 a.m., shopping at Happy Harry's,
Good Samaritan Shop in Laurel; 1 p.m., bingo.
Monday, Feb. 28 - 9 a.m., pinochle and bridge; 10 a.m., dominoes,
games and indoor shuffleboard; 10:30 a.m., post office and banks;
1 p.m., bingo.
Tuesday, Feb. 29 - 10 a.m., dominoes, games and indoor shuffleboard;
10 a.m., crafts; 10:30 a.m., shopping at Ames and Family Dollar; 12:45
Wednesday, March 1 - 9 a.m., pinochle and bridge; 10 a.m., dominoes,
games and indoor shuffleboard; 10 a.m., Blue Cross representative;
Legal Aid representatives; 1 p.m., shopping at Food Lion.
Thursday, March 2 - 10 a.m., dominoes, games and indoor shuffleboard;
10:30 a.m., Bible study; 1 p.m., arthritis exercise class.
Friday, March 3 - 9 a.m., pinochle and bridge; 10 a.m., dominoes,
games and indoor shuffleboard; 1 p.m., bingo.
Night' is tonight
The Acorn Club will hold its last business meeting with a "fun night"
of surprises Thursday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. Club members will meet
at the Seaford District Library. Hostesses for the evening are Betty
Johnson and Ruth Bannon and their committee members are Janice Bruerton,
Jane Lowe, Ruth Stames, Alice Willis, Sara Lee Thomas, Darlene Mulvaney,
Marguerite Steele and Alice Willis.
Reception at district office set
An open house has been scheduled for the new Seaford School District
administration building on Sunday, Feb. 27. The new board room will
be dedicated at approximately 1 p.m. in honor of former board member
Ashok Champaneria, who served for 15 years. Tours of the office building
will be available until 2:30 p.m.
Transportation, nutrition services and instructional services divisions
join the offices of the superintendent, assistant superintendent,
human resources and financial and payroll services in this location.
Renovations to provide more classroom space for Seaford Middle School
and Central Elementary are under way.
Club offering scholarships
The Kiwanis Club of Seaford will be offering two scholarships to graduating
high school seniors residing in the Seaford School District. Scholarship
applications are available from the Seaford Senior High School Guidance
Department or by contacting Fred Glime at 629-3652 or Ron Breeding
at 629-9173. Application deadline is April 10.
Stop signs to go on corner
Throughout the course of construction in downtown Seaford, the stoplights
at the High and Pine streets intersection will be removed. Stop signs
will be placed on both North and South Pine Street. The control box
that is located at South Pine Street must be removed in order to accommodate
construction in the sidewalk. Without the control box, the lights
will not be able to function.
This change is slated to take place at the beginning of March and
will last throughout the course of construction. New traffic lights
will be installed at the end of the project at all intersections,
including this one. At that time, the stop signs will be removed.
Homeowner funds available
The Delaware State Housing Authority and the City of Seaford announce
that $250,000 has been set aside to help Seaford homeowners repair
heating systems, upgrade electrical and plumbing systems, replace
roofing and repair structural problems.
The money can also be used to finance the cost of making a unit accessible
to the handicapped.
An informational meeting will be held in the Seaford Council Chambers,
302 E. King St., Thursday, March 9, at 7 p.m. Bernadette McCabe from
DSHA will be present to review the program and answer any questions.
For details, call Ron Breeding at 629-9173.