Delmar Events
Thursday, November 7, 2002
 
Bi-Staters’ Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey
846-3396

The Greater Chamber of Commerce held a banquet Saturday night to honor Charles Truitt as Delmar’s Citizen of the Year. There were family, friends and political leaders who all thanked Charles for all he has done over the years for Delmar. Lisa Ellis, Jeannie Loyd and John Johnson, members of the Greater Delmar Chamber of Commerce, did an excellent job of organizing this year’s event. The dinner was prepared and served by House of Sweets of Laurel. Harry “Bunky” Naugle was the master of ceremonies and the Rev. Dr. John T. Randolf gave the invocation and benediction. Everyone had a great time and it was a great celebration to honor Charles Truitt.

Friday night, Haley and Evan Barrall entertained around 20 of their classmates to a Halloween night of ghosts and goblins at the home of Connie Wickam. They bobbed for apples, played egg on a spoon, and had fun playing games. Afterward, the girls had a sleep-over.

Congratulations to the children, K - 6, of the Building Blocks Christian School for their work and thoughtfulness in collecting food for those in need. They have learned about World Hunger Day and Make a Difference Day. The children presented the food to Brenda Morris, who will distribute it to those in need through the General Federation of Women’s Clubs -The New Century Club of Delmar.
We wish Betty Ralph a happy belated birthday. Betty celebrated her birthday on Oct. 31 with her children, Jane Long, Susan Davis and Richard Ralph, and their families. She was taken out for a wonderful dinner and then off to enjoy the music of the southern gospel group at the Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Salisbury.

Birthday wishes go out to Tiffany and Trinity Crouch, who will celebrate their birthday on Nov. 9. They are the twin grandchildren of Phyllis Johnson and Francis and Phyllis Crouch.

We wish the following people a very happy birthday: Mary Warrington, Nov. 1; Verdia Beach and Cody Webster, Nov. 3; Ethel Brasure, Nov. 4 ; Elizabeth Adkins, Phyllis Parker, William E. Gordy and Chuck Cullen, Nov. 5 ; Rose Hill, Wayne Moore, Tom Adkins, Erin Budd and Brent Morris, Nov. 6 ; Terry Nelson and Helen Sullivan, Nov. 8; Samantha Quay and Julie Dill, Nov. 9 ; Kevin Moore and Ralph Newberry, Nov. 10.

Thought for the week: “Honesty is the cornerstone of all success, without which confidence and ability to perform shall cease to exist.” - Mary Kay Ash