Bulletin Board
Thursday, July 11th, 2001
 
Yard Sale July 14
The Order of the Eastern Star, Sussex Chapter #7, will have a yard sale and bake table, July 14th. Hot dogs and cold drinks will be on sale. The yard sale will start at 7 a.m., located on the corner of Stein Hwy. and N. Pine St. Ext.

GOP Picnic July 14
The Sussex County Republican Picnic will be held at Delaware Technical Community College (Owens Campus), Georgetown on Saturday, July 14, at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at Republican Headquarters in Georgetown 856-6323). There will be live entertainment, games, a climbing wall, swimming and food catered by Onion Jack's.

Democrats picnic July 16
The Western Sussex Democrat Club will hold its Annual Summer Picnic on Monday, July 16, 6:30 p.m., hosted by President Dale Dukes, Sussex County Council, at the Dukes Family Pool and Recreation Area near Sycamore. This is a covered-dish affair, but the club will provide fried chicken and homemade ice cream. RSVP Bea Wright at 875-2674, or Jean Henry at 875-7418.

Volunteers meet July 18
The Ladies Auxiliary of Sussex County Volunteer Fire Association will hold their meeting at the Milton Fire Station on July 18. Dinner will be at 7 p.m. followed by meeting at 8.

Chocolate Factory tickets
Tickets for Possum Point Players Junior's production of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," are on sale. Performance dates are July 26, 27 and 28, at 7 p.m. and on July 29 at 2 p.m. There will be a special "day care and camp" performance on June 25, at 10 a.m. tickets for all shows are $5 each and may be reserved by calling the 24-hour ticketline at 302-856-4560.

Yard and bake sale July 27
The Nanticoke Senior Center is having a Yard and Bake Sale on Friday, July 27, from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Table rentals: $5-members, $10-non-members. Yard sale donations and baked goods are being accepted at the center. Call 629-4939.

Class seeks classmates
The Seaford High School Class of 1966 is planning a reunion on Aug. 11. The committee has been unable to contact the following class members: Diane Abrams, Michael Addlesberger, Larry Allen, May Bowden, James Cannon, Geraldine Coleman, Linda Coverdale, Danny Fleetwood, Larry Lovell, Charles Marshall, Anne Ricketts, John Ross, Jerome Slavinskas, Wanda Smith, Linda Spangler, David Walls, Howard Wilfong, and Kathleen Wilson. Any information can be given to Bill or Darlene Mulvaney, 629-6934.

Dessert Theater July 21
Georgetown Presbyterian Church is hosting the dessert theater production of The Bride, a one-act play written and directed by award-winning journalist Diane Cook, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 21. Performed by CTM Players, Inc., a Dover-based drama outreach that has presented programs in area prisons, nursing homes and churches for more than three years, The Bride is one of several one-act plays the troupe presents. Melissa Fulgham, Smyrna, plays the role of an aging bride who has waited many years for her betrothed to return. In this one-act play, she shares her joy, her hopes and fears as his return draws closer. The Saturday, July 21, dessert theater begins with the performance at 8 p.m. at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, in Tunnell Hall, 203 North Bedford Street. Desserts will be served after the performance during which time members of CTM Players will be available to answer questions about their outreach. The evening's entertainment is free; however, those who wish to donate to the outreach may do so at the end of the program. CTM Players Inc. is a non-profit organization. For more information, contact Candy Abbott after 5 p.m. at 856-6649 or e-mail her at dabbott@dmv.com.

Skydivers will fill the skies
Formation skydivers will be flying over Skydive Delmarva on Saturday, July 21, for a dual competition of both the MidAtlantic Skydiving League and the Virginia Parachute Council. Skydive Delmarva is located at the Laurel Airport. The MidAtlantic League brings together skydivers from New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania for four competitions and the Virginia council meets five times during the season. Both leagues are a part of the National Skydiving League. Teams will be competing for points within their regional leagues as well as a chance to attend the NSL Championship 2001. Spectators are invited to attend the free event. Competition begins at 9 a.m. Tandem skydives are available for spectators that may want to experience the excitement of skydiving for themselves. During the competition, the 4-way (person) formation skydiving teams will exit the plane at 10,500 feet and perform a series of pre-selected maneuvers within 35 seconds to earn points. At about 4,000 feet, the team members will separate and open their parachutes. A videographer will record the jump from above the team. As soon as the videographer lands, the tape is turned over to the judge. The public can view the jumps on the drop zone televisions. The National Skydiving League includes 18 leagues around the country that will hold over 90 competitions with more than 200 skydiving teams competing in the 2001 season.