Seaford Events
Thursday, September 16th. 1999
Band blitz is going on
The Seaford High School Band will conduct its annual community blitz to raise funds to support its activities through Sept. 19. Band members, wearing their marching uniforms, will canvass Seaford neighborhoods asking for donations to the band program. These donations make it possible for the band to travel to and participate in band competitions, sponsor summer band camps and festivals and meet general operating expenses.

Alumni to meet Sept. 16
There will be a meeting of the Seaford High School Alumni Association on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club on Virginia Avenue.

Lions golf tourney set
The Seaford lions Club Charity Golf Tournament will be Friday, Sept. 17. Proceeds will help support the club’s community projects such as providing eye exams and glasses and scholarships.
The tournament will be held at the Seaford Golf and Country Club beginning at 9 a.m. An entry fee of $75 per person will include golf, cart, continental breakfast, luncheon, prizes and golf shirt. For more information, contact Keller Hoch at 855-2283 or 629-4179 after 6 p.m.

Line dancing lessons to start
The Seaford Dept. of Parks and Recreation will hold country line dancing classes on Tuesdays, from 7-9 p.m beginning Sept. 21, at the recreation office, 320 Virginia Ave. Cost is $3 per person per session. For details call 629-6809.

Group will discuss books
The Seaford District Library, in cooperation with the Methodist Manor House, will present “Good Bye to All That: the Meaning of World War I,” a new reading of books that shows how World War I was a turning point in history.
Local scholars will lead discussions of the “The Guns of August” by Barbara Tuchman, “Good Bye to All That” by Robert Graves, “Eye Deep in Hell” by John Ellis, “Women, War, and Work” by Maurine Greenwald and “A Farewell to Arms” by Ernest Hemingway.
The programs will be held at the Methodist Manor House on alternating Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. beginning on Sept. 21. Advanced registration is required. Books are available at the library. Call Dee McDonnell at 629-2524 for details.
Getting familiar with police
Back by popular demand, the Nanticoke Senior Center is offering an 8-week course that will give seniors insight on services provided by state and local police departments.
The course will be held every Tuesday beginning Sept. 28 from 10 a.m.-noon. It will feature topics such as: elderly abuse, domestic violence, communications, homicide, drugs, crime stoppers, business fraud and telemarketing.
There is no charge. Diplomas will be given upon completion . Class size is limited to 30. Call the center at 629-4939 for more information.

Library offers gifts for kids
During September, National Library Card Sign-up Month, children who sign up for their first library card at the Seaford District Library will receive a free stuffed animal, donated by the Curiosity Shop.

Legion to hold barbecue
American Legion Post 6, Front Street, Seaford, will host a chicken barbecue Sunday, Sept. 19, beginning at 11 a.m. Cost per meal is $5.

Club plans members dinner
The Seaford Branch of the American Association of University Women will hold a covered-dish dinner at the home of branch secretary Judy Watson (18 Grist Lane, Olde Mill, Seaford), on Wednesday, September 22, at 6:30 p.m.
Members are encouraged to bring five copies of the recipe for their covered dish to sell that evening to benefit the branch scholarship fund. Speakers for the evening will be the club’s 1999 Aerospace Camp scholarship recipient Dana Kimpton and Delaware Technical College Scholarship recipient Hope Marshall. New members are welcome. Call Diane LeCompte for more information at 629-2249.

Church to hold yard sale
Church of God of Prophecy, Alt. 13 North, Seaford, will hold a yard sale, Sept. 25, beginning at 7:30 a.m. Rain date is Oct. 2.
Baked goods and oyster sandwiches will be available.