Bi-Staters' Coffee Talk Sharon Cordrey 846-3396
Delmar Library will have a book sale this Saturday, June 2, starting at 9 a.m. and sponsored by Friends of the Library. This will be a chance for you to pick up some interesting books to read.
Several people from the Laurel-Delmar area who are members of the Sand-Dollar Walking Club at the Centre in Salisbury were among the 70 walkers to walk the boardwalk at Ocean City on Friday, May 21. This is usually a semi-annual affair, after which they all gather at Phillips-By-The-Sea for a buffet breakfast.
If anyone is lonely or needs the exercise, this is a wonderful club to join. No fee or schedule and they are just one big happy family. If you are interested, just check at the information desk at the Centre.
An exciting day began just after 4 a.m. recently for Delmar High's Golf Team. The team traveled to Potomac TPC at Avenel (Tournament Players Club), near Washington, D.C., where they enjoyed "Breakfast with the Pros."
Afterwards, they toured the golf course, watched players practice, obtained autographs and were thrilled to be asked to caddy for the amateurs in the afternoon Pro-Am Practice Round.
Team members who attended were David Bloodsworth, Sean D'Armi, Kyle Gross, Matt Payne, Travis Ralph and Tristan Siegel, accompanied by coach Matt McGinnis and Kendall Carr. A tired but happy group returned to Delmar around 11 p.m. that night.
Okay, guys - we'll be watching for those golf scores to drop!
Sympathy goes to the family and friends of Vicki Hearn of Laurel.
Flaudine Otwell entertained her pinochle card club on Saturday evening. This club has been in existence for nearly 50 years. Usually they have dinner together earlier in the evening since their stoves don't work on Saturdays. R.J. Riverside Restaurant took care of that situation very nicely.
Commencement for Delmar's seniors will be Friday, June 1, 7:30 p.m. at the school's Francis Nunvar Stadium.
Congratulations, seniors, as you begin a new and exciting phase of your lives.
Thought for the week: Live every day as if it were your last. Do every job as if you were the boss.
Drive as if all other vehicles were police cars. Treat everybody else as if he were you.
A powerful Memorial Day message was displayed outside the VFW building on Monday.