Delmar Events
Thursday, June 28th, 2001
Bi-Staters' Coffee Talk Sharon Cordrey 846-3396
A reminder : Don't forget the ice cream social this Saturday, June 30, at the Melson U.M. Church, east of Delmar, off Delaware 54 beginning at 2 p.m. There will be plenty of food - hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken salad, oyster sandwiches, peas and dumplings, ice cream and cake. If you have any questions, please call 846-2431. This is the benefit of the United Methodist Women's Society.
Carol Murray, wife of pastor Donald Murray of St. Paul's Church, Laurel, was surprised with a retirement party given at the church on Saturday, June 23, by her daughters, Shelly Wilson and Kelly Willing. Carol was manager of the middle school in Millsboro and the high school for 23 years. Many of her family and friends attended and showered her with gifts. Carol, congratulations on your retirement.
Kim and Bruce Dodge and sons, Chet and Elliott from Florence, S.C., were in Delmar visiting their grandparents, Betty Elliott and Leslie and Mary Jane Baker. While in the area they toured Philadelphia including the Liberty Bell and a horse-drawn carriage tour of the historic part of the city. There were many family gatherings before going back to Florence.
Mary Lee Pase would like to thank the person who returned her lost checkbook found on Bi-State Blvd. She was so excited and pleased at its return that she forgot to get the person's name. It's nice to be reminded that there are many good citizens in our town.
Leonard Reid has just returned from a three-week trek on the Appalachian Trail and is looking very fit. He has been hiking the Appalachian Trail for several years now and has just a few states left before he completes the entire length of the trail. Congratulations, Leonard.
Happy birthday to Donald Willin, whose birthday is June 29, from your friends in Delmar.

Delmar Library guest
Tonight June 28, at 6:30, the Delmar Public Library will have a special guest, Sangay, an African storyteller. Sangay will be weaving African folktales in the old fashion way with exciting verbal descriptions and spell-binding body mannerisms. Although these tales are handed down from generation to generation they are still kept fresh with Sangay's exciting presentation. Plan to join Miss Pam at the Delmar Library for this fun experience.