Safe Kids at Seaford Library begins March 12
The Seaford District Library and the Delaware SAFE KIDS Coalition have joined forces to see that pre-schoolers know their ABCs about safety. The second Wednesday of each month, at 10 a.m., will be SAFE Kids Wednesday, and Storytime at the library will be devoted to safety issues that affect children on an everyday basis.
The dates listed below will feature experts in various fields who will present stories, songs, and activities for preschool children as well as information and resources for parents and daycare providers: March 12, Poison Prevention; April 10, Firearm/Home Safety; May 8, Bicycle Safety; June 12, Playground Safety; July 10, Stranger Danger; Aug. 14, Farm Safety; Sept. 11, Pedestrian Safety; Oct. 9, Fire Prevention; Nov. 13, Holiday Safety; Dec. 11, Safe Toys and Gifts.
The Seaford Library is located at 402 Porter Street. For more information, contact librarian Donna Prine at 629-2524.
Seaford Pageants coming
The Seaford Lioness Club is currently planning the annual Little Miss/Miss Seaford Pageants, which will be held on Friday, March 8, at 7 p.m. in the Seaford High School auditorium. The club is accepting applications for both pageants at this time. For more information or to request an application, call 628-0835.
Seaford Elks Dinner-Auction
On Saturday, March 9, Seaford Elks Lodge #2458 will hold its 7th Annual Oyster & Ham Dinner/Auction/Dance. The evening will begin with dinner at 6:30, followed by benefit auction and entertainment by “Hawaiian George.” Tickets $12 each limited to 150. Cutoff will be March 4. No tickets at the door. For more information and/or tickets contact Lowell or Sara Lee Thomas at 629-7357 or 629-6762, or the Seaford Elks Lodge, 629-2458.
All proceeds will go to support the Elks National Foundation which provides more than $13 million annually to support our many charitable programs to include more than $3 million in the form of scholarships for our youth.
Seaford Water Report
The City of Seaford’s Source Water Assessment Report as required under the 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act is now available to the public. Anyone can set up an appointment to review the document by contacting Bobby Nibblett Jr. at 629-8307.
Fitness sessions start in March
Do the next right thing. Make that time to re-energize, get fit and have fun with new and old friends.
Classes are being held at St. John’s Fellowship Hall and will run for eight weeks.
Sessions meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. with quality free childcare, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. Prepaid registration required for afternoon classes only.
Beginners to advanced participants welcome in this co-ed, non-competitive muscle toning, stretching, hi-lo aerobic class.
Try a free one to see if it meets your needs. (Dance class dropouts, this may work for you.)
Call 17-year A.F.A.A. certified instructor Carol Lynch, 629-7539, for more information or to preregister. Carol uses the KISS principle.