Laurel Fourth of July
The Laurel Chamber of Commerce is making plans for the 4th of July celebration. Red-White-and Blue will be the colors throughout town Friday, July 4.
The ninth annual Independence Day celebration will get off to a start with the traditional prayer breakfast at 8 a.m. along Broad Creek, catered by Emmings. Tickets, $10 each, in advance through board members.
The Red-White-and Blue Parade, featuring local entries and Uncle Sam, will start at 10:30 a.m.
The day will feature a 5K run and walk, games, art show, a local talent show, a moon bounce and water slide, Lollipop the clown, musical entertainment, a dunking booth, a car show, crafts and food. The event will end at dusk with a fireworks display.
The 5K Run/Walk will start and end at North Laurel Elementary School. For details contact Ronald MacArthur, 629-8740, or Dave Crimmins at the Boys and Girls Club, Seaford.
For more information contact the chamber at 875-9319.
Laurel Chamber House Decorating winners
1st - Janet Lee, 801 West Street
2nd - Ed Massey, 119 Ninth Street
3rd - Doris and Jim Spicer, 159 Delaware Avenue
Honorable Mention - Steve and Lil Rubino, 804 S. Central Avenue.
Lewis Family will return
The Lewis Family will be making a return visit to Laurel on Thursday, July 17, at the Laurel Fire Hall on 10th Street.
Show time is 7 p.m. Joining them in concert will be the Donny Murray Trio, featuring Donnie, Carol and Kelly.
Refreshments will be served and proceeds will go to the Laurel Fire Department Ladder Truck Fund.
Tickets are available at O’Neal Brothers in Laurel, The Star office in Seaford or County Bank in Laurel or by calling 875-0764 or 629-9788.