Above left, Seaford Historical Society president Earl Tull, right, presents to Dave Webb a plaque honoring him as the architect of the new Seaford Museum. Photo by Phil Livingston. On right are glimpses of the Nanticoke River mural painted by Woody Woodruff, Seaford, for the museum.

Photos by Lynn R. Parks



Relay for Life rescheduled June 6 - The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life has been rescheduled for Friday, June 6, from 5 to 11 p.m. at Soroptimist Park in Seaford. If you would like to learn more about The Relay for Life, or join in the fun at Soroptimist Park on Friday, June 6, from 5-11 p.m., call The American Cancer Society at 1 800 937-9696 or Sherry Wix at 629-2131. In the event of rain on June 6, the Relay will move indoors at Seaford High School.

Grant Crouse Memorial Tournament - The first annual Grant Crouse Memorial Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for Monday, June 9 after being rained out twice. The tournament will begin with lunch at 11 a.m. followed by a 12 p.m. shotgun start. Prizes will be awarded to the top golf teams with proceeds going to the Grant Crouse Memorial Fund, which will provide money to children who need help pursuing their dream of playing soccer. Voshell Golf Cruises/Caribbean Cruise Lines is providing a certificate for a three-day golf cruise for two on Carnival Cruise Lines, which will go to the golfer that wins the closest to the pin contest. There is still time to enter the tournament. Call 337-8787 for more information.

48th Annual Blue-Gold notes - The 48th Annual Blue-Gold football game will take place later this month at the University of Delaware. The Star will feature weekly sports columns on local students involved with the annual event. Page 27

Athlete awards - Seaford high school honored its 2002-03 varsity athletes during an awards ceremony. Page 24

Subway - Subway is moving to the former Pep-Up gas station and convenience store at corner Stein Highway and Porter Street. Page 2

Prayer garden - The prayer garden at Mt. Olivet, Seaford, is open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Page 16