Magic Show Thursday
Today, Thursday, Oct. 18, at 6:30 p.m., the Delmar Public Library will host a children’s program called “Comedy Magic Show” featuring Mike Rose.
Mr. Rose has presented his show in more than 25 states and Canada. The sleight of hand and interactive fun with the audience makes this show enjoyable for all ages.
Fraud alert in Delmar
On Friday, Oct. 19, between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Delmar Public Library will host an adult program called “Delaware Medicare Fraud Alert.”
Ena Evans of Delaware Health and Social Services will be available to address and advise your problems about Medicare fraud. No appointment is necessary, so feel free to stop by and discuss your concerns.
Library events to include a magic show, Medicare expert
Today, Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m., the Delmar Public Library will host a children’s program called “Comedy Magic Show” featuring Mike Rose. Rose has presented his show in more than 25 states and Canada.
On Friday, Oct. 19, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the library will host an adult program, “Delaware Medicare Fraud Alert.” Ena Evans of Delaware Health and Social Services will be available answer question about Medicare fraud. No appointment is necessary.
September was Library Card Sign-up Month. The library doubled the number of card sign-ups from last year with a total of almost 60 new cards issued to adults and children. A random drawing from the names of new card owners was done to promote the sign-up month. James Melvin was the children’s winner. His prize was a new book. Ethel Williams was the adult winner. A gift certificate to a local bookstore was provided by the Friends group as her prize.
During the past three weeks, the children’s librarian, has been conducting orientation for the children from Delmar Elementary School. The children, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade, are taken on a tour of the library building. The children learn a wide range of information about the library and at the end of the tour, the librarian reads a story.
Delmar Elementary School has begun a reading incentive program. At the end of each month an outstanding reader will be picked from each grade level. These winners will be treated to a free lunch and a ride to the library. The library will give a book to each winner.
Three grandsons of 50-year firefighter joins Delmar Co.
By Harry Naugle
The Delmar Fire Department has members who carry long-time experience, commitment and respect, plus families that continue to carry on the tradition within the fire service to help protect and serve the general public and community.
Such is the case of Pete LeCates, life member, 85 years old and still serving. LeCates has served as chief engineer, engineer, driver and firefighter since July 1950.
He has also served on many committees and still attends state conventions.
Williams F. (B.J.) Hughes, LeCates’ grandson, began his service in 1991. Another grandson, Jeffrey Hughes, joined in 1995, and yet a third grandson, John Chandler, joined in 2000.
Bi-Staters’ Coffee Talk
Best wishes to Mrs. Laura Brittingham on celebrating her 99th birthday. She is wished a wonderful birthday by her many friends.
The Delmar varsity football team is undefeated and hoping for another state championship. Way to go team - keep up the good work.
Elaine Carr returned from a week’s vacation in North Carolina on Thursday. She celebrated her Scottish Highland heritage by attending dinners, musical festivals, the Flora MacDonald Highland Games, a Kirkin o’ the Tartans church service and visiting with friends and kin in Red Springs N.C.
Sunday, two cousins and Elaine moved on to Fayetteville, N.C., and visited the new Airborne Museum, which is an incredible tribute to our military efforts over the years.
They spent several days at courthouses, libraries, graveyards and churches doing family genealogical research. Southern hospitality was at its best and their time was up all too soon.
On the way home, Elaine stopped at the visitors area on the Chesapeake Bay Tunnel Bridge and watched a Navy tug towing an old aircraft carrier out to sea - another reminder of years gone by. She said it’s nice to get away, but even nicer to be home safe and sound.
Congratulations to Linda K. Jones on being chosen Delmar’s Citizen of the Year. There will be a special dinner to recognize Linda on Nov. 3 at the Delmar Fire Hall. Reception will be at 6 p.m., dinner and program at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15 and can be obtained at the Bank of Delmarva, Wilmington Trust, Town Hall or Cookie Bouquet.
Laurel Saddle Friends will have its Halloween Game Show Sunday, Oct. 21, at Phillips Landing. The parade will begin at noon and the game show at 1 p.m. So come on down and see the horses and their riders all dressed up.
Plenty of good food will be sold at their concession stand. This will be their last show for this year.
Laurel Saddle Friends will have a dance at the American Legion in Laurel, Saturday, Oct. 20, at 9 p.m. Music will be by “LJ the DJ.” Tickets are $7 per person; $12 per couple. Come join them for a foot stomping good time!
Thought for the week: “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson.