Delmar Events
Thursday, July 26th, 2001
Delmar Public Library summer reading program ending
The summer reading program at the Delmar Public Library will finish with a flurry of activity.
On Aug. 2 a puppet and musical program, Miles of Smiles, will be presented; and on Aug. 9 there will be a Spanish Accent program highlighting the Spanish way of life. Both live presentations start at 6:30 p.m.
All books must be logged in for the summer reading program by 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11. The Passport to the World party at the end of summer will be on Thursday, Aug. 16. Do you need a ticket to attend? No, just your personal Delmar Library passport.
New books at Delmar library include: "Moving Target" by Elizabeth Lowell; "Seven Up" by Janet Evanovich; "Fourth Hand" by John Irving; "Death by Horoscope" by Anne Perry; "I Wish I had a Red Dress" by Pearl Cleage; "Leap of Faith" by Danielle Steel; "Enchanting Pleasures" by Eloisa James; "Traitor to Memory" by Elizabeth George; "Dead North" by Sue Henry; and "City Girl" by Lori Wick.

Bi-Staters' Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey

Belated birthday wishes go to Kenny Cordrey, who celebrated his birthday Friday, on July 20. We hope that you had a very happy birthday.

The Delmar High School Class of 1966 will hold its 35th reunion on Sept. 29 at the high school at 6 p.m. Contact people are Ann Street at 410-860-0341, Barbara Nichols at 302-846-9805 and Bill Davis at 302-846-9880.

Congratulations to Joanne Gum on taking her oath of office and serving at her first board of education meeting this past Tuesday, July 17. Mrs. Gum was sworn in by Herbert Wright, board of education president, for a five-year term. Best wishes to Mrs. Gum as she begins her service to the children and citizens of the Delmar School District.

We are pleased to hear that Dick Lloyd, after a lengthy stay, is finally released from PRMC. He is regaining his strength in a nursing home.

Richard and Snookie Sparks have just returned to San Antonio, Texas, after spending a week in Delmar visiting with Snookie's sister-in-law, Jeanne Hearn, and the Hearn family and visiting old friends in Delmar.

The Rev. Sam McWilliams, his wife Sarah and their granddaughter caught 15 hard heads last weekend in the waters off Elliott and Hooper's islands. They are going to camp and enjoy the pony penning at Chincoteague and then spend a week at Carey's Camp where the Rev. Sam will preach each day from July 29 to Aug. 3.

Children can still participate in the free lunch program each day at the Delmar State Street Park. The children receive a great lunch each day around noon. The Federal Community Action Grant funds the program.

We welcome Jim and Patsy Hearne and their two children, Christa and David, to their new home in Delmar. They moved here from Alabama.