Bulletin Board
Thursday, January 17, 2002
Tickets still available for NHS Winter Gala
The Nanticoke Health Services Auxiliary Winter Gala is quickly approaching and there are still a few tickets still available. The evening promises to be filled with elegance, glamour and a touch of magic. On Saturday, January 26, the Seaford Golf and Country Club will be transformed into an evening of magic, complete with a delicious dinner and dancing. Music to be provided by the sounds of Encore. Black tie is optional. Tickets are available at the cost of $50 per person. To purchase tickets, contact Nanticoke Health Services Volunteer office at 302-629-6611, extension 2301. Expanded community celebration is planned
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration will be Monday, Jan. 21. The keynote speaker is a Seaford native, Lt. Col. Clifton Everton. He was instrumental in bringing the first black student teacher to the Seaford School District. “The theme for this year’s program is ‘United We Stand’,” according to Darrell Marshall, co-chairman. “While the purpose of the celebration has always been to build unity in our community, events of September 11 underscore that need.” The committee planning the event also hopes to involve more of Sussex County this year. “Previously, the MLK celebration has drawn support from Western Sussex, primarily Seaford, Woodbridge, Delmar and Laurel,” said event co-chairman Willie Savage. “By working through the high school counselors and youth groups, we hope to involve more of the county.” As in the past, in addition to a keynote speaker, there will be refreshments and uplifting musical selections. The event will include other respectful entertainment such as essay or poetry contests, liturgical dance and a fashion show. The fashion show, entitled, “Then and Now” will feature Norman Poole as the Master of Ceremonies, and promises to be a highlight. Granting of scholarships to area students will continue to be a significant part of the overall MLK Celebration Program. For details contact Willie Savage, 629-5947, or Darrell Marshall, 629-1422.
Diet & You for 2002
“Diet & You for 2002” — How to finally make it work. Workshop with speaker Dr. Donna Schuerholz will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19, from noon to 2 p.m., at Peninsula Chiropractic Center, 26685 Sussex Highway, Seaford. Call 629-3444 for more information. Tai Chi demonstration The Nanticoke Senior Center is offering a Tai Chi presentation on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 10 a.m. Contact the center at 629-4939 for more information. Senate candidate to speak
Republican Ray Clatworthy, who is making a second run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Joe Biden, will address the Sussex County Republican Women’s Club on Jan. 23 at the CHEER Center in Georgetown. Clayworthy lost to Biden in 1996 but says he is confident of his chances this time. Known for his varied business interests and community service, Clatworthy is a 1967 graduate of the Naval Academy, served with the Marines as a jet pilot and held the rank of captain when he returned to civilian life in 1972. The SCRWC meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. with luncheon and the candidate’s presentation to follow at noon. Non-members interested in attending are invited to call Bunny Parish at 945-4646.