Delmar Events
Thursday, May 29, 2003
Bi-Staters’ Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey

Special birthday wishes to Kenzie and Kelsey Johnson on May 30. They are the twin girls of Kim and Cale Johnson.

Scott Shubert, along with other members from the Delmarva Evangelistic Church, traveled to Haiti to help finish building a school. He said that this was really an experience for him. He really enjoyed working there, but was glad to get back home to his family.

Happy birthday to Debbie Trice on June 4 from your family and friends.

A surprise birthday party was held for Mary Jane Baker on Saturday, May 24, at her daughter Connie’s house. The party was given to her by all of her children, Connie Wickham, Bonnie Ellis, Pat Elliott, and Danny Baker. Mary’s birthday is May 26.

A graduation party was held Sunday, May 25, at the home of Bruce and Robin Barrall in honor of his uncle, Danny Baker, a graduate of Salisbury University.

Congratulations to Robin Ellis on her graduation from Delaware Tech. She received her degree in nursing.

We send our thoughts and prayers for a complete recovery to Jason Glasgow, who seriously injured his right hand the day of Delmar’s senior prom. He was undergoing surgery in Baltimore as the prom’s grand march was being announced at the school. His date, Ashley Dryden, was graciously escorted by Fireman Hall.

Thought for the week: “If you deceive someone, you lose one of life’s greatest treasures; you lose the capacity to trust. Because without trust, love is not possible.” Osho
School News
Members of the Delmar School District Coordinated School Health Team were congratulated by John Ray, State Department of Education, for being number one in the state in their efforts to strengthen school improvement through school health leadership. They were: Joanne Gum, Angela Bucy, John Ray, Lisa West, Shay McPhail, Gerry Mitchell and Ilah Preston.