AARP Defensive Driving Class
AARP defensive driving class, Oct. 13, 14, 1 to 5 p.m., Greenwood CHEER Center. Cost is $10. Call 349-5237. Space is limited.
Bridgeville Class of 1954
The Class of 1954 of Bridgeville High School invites any person interested in celebrating with them to take a paddle-wheeler dinner-cruise on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 11. Contact LeRoy Messick at 629-7222 or Connie Hartzell at 337-8380. The class is celebrating its 50th reunion.
Benefit For Relay for Life
First annual Blast Out Cancer sporting clay shoot, Sunday, Oct. 10, Owens Station Sporting Clay Range, Hunters Cove Road, Greenwood, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $75 (lunch included). Prizes will be awarded and sponsorships are available. All proceeds will benefit the East and West Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. For information contact Kenny Hopkins, 302-945-3410, or Sherry Wix, 629-2131.
Bridgeville planning clean-up day Sept. 18
The Town of Bridgeville will have its neighborhood clean-up day on Saturday, Sept. 18. All trash to be at curbside by 8 a.m. Items such as furniture, stoves, household trash, and bundled limbs (four inches in length) will be collected on that day while freezers, fridges, breaks, tires, and batteries are among the items that will not be picked up. Scrap metal can be dropped off at town hall (on cleanup day) and large limbs will be collected at the treatment plant.
C&J Auto of Felton will also have free vehicle pickup (need title if possible). Residents are asked to call 284-3593 before clean up day to have a vehicle taken.
Immediately following cleanup day Bridgeville police plan to strongly enforce the town’s abandoned and inoperable vehicle ordinance, which carries a $100 penalty with each offense.
Bonnie Walls, town manager, said residents can contact their trash hauler to arrange for refrigerators and freezers to be picked up. Anyone who needs help getting rid of an item that will not be collected on clean up day can call Walls at 337-7135.