Delmar Events
Thursday, April 26th, 2001
 
Bi-Staters' Coffee Talk Sharon Cordrey 846-3396
Charles West celebrated his 80th birthday at the Gumboro Community Center with many friends in attendance. The community park in Gumboro was dedicated in his name.

Deepest sympathy goes out to Phyllis Johnson and her family on the death of her husband, Granville.

We are pleased to hear that Louise Warrington is recovering at home after her surgery at PRMC in Salisbury, Md., and that Tracy Ward is recovering after her recent surgery. We wish both a speedy recovery. Norman and Elaine Carr had a busy weekend with a birthday celebration of their son, Kendall, and a belated Easter dinner at their home with their family. Norman's sister and husband, Mary and Kent Lee from West Virginia; Norman and Elaine's children: Terri and her three children from Frederick, Md., Laura and Kevin Ralph and their two children, Kendal and Lori and their two children all enjoyed getting together with their family.

Louise and Donald Ward's son Jay has been visiting from Alabama for a few days.

Don and Carol Murray are visiting their daughter and her family in Ohio. Don is the Pastor at St. Paul's Church in Laurel. In his absence, Allen Reustle preached the sermon Sunday, April 22, 2001.

VAUDEVILLIANS
The Delmar Public Library held a vaudeville show Saturday, to mark the centennial of the Delaware Division of Libraries. Nancy Mader, 9, mimics Dorothy of "The Wizard of Oz" and Alice Whitaker reads poetry. See Page 2 for photos.

EGGS-ELLENT HUNTERS
The Delmar Kiwanis Club held its annual Easter egg hunt recently. Winners were: Ages 1 to 3, first place - Jeffery Melvin, second place - Alex Rosenthal, third - Dylan White. Ages 4 and 5, first - Brandon Outten, second - Rachel Dorsey, third - Amber Jones. Ages 6 through 8, first - Amber Hill, second - Taylor Elliott, third - Patricia Powers. Ages 9 and 10, first - Rachael Adkins, second - Bobbie Kostel, and third - Christopher Hill. See photo on page 2 of this week's Laurel Star.