The Bridgeville Historical Society and the Bridgeville Lions Club will sponsor four community concerts in the Bridgeville Historical Society Park on Delaware Avenue in Bridgeville this summer.
The first concert will be on Wednesday, June 4, by the Woodbridge High School Band directed by Robert Lewis.
On Wednesday, July 2, the 287th Army Band, Delaware National Guard, will perform.
Citizens Hose Fireman’s Band from Smyrna will perform on Wednesday, July 30.
The final summer concert will be a performance by the Milford Community Band.
Each concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket.
The Greenwood Mennonite School will be holding its 17th Annual Greenwood Spring Festival on Saturday, June 7, on the school grounds.
The day begins with an old-fashioned, all-you-can-eat breakfast, 7:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. At 9 a.m. the outdoor booths open featuring hundreds of items including fresh-made foods, donuts, crab cakes, handcrafted items, antiques, books, new and used kids items, plants; plus a petting zoo, rides, and a quilting demonstration.
Antique tractors will also be featured this year, along with the popular Spring Festival Auction.
All proceeds from the Greenwood Spring Festival benefit the 75-year-old Greenwood Mennonite School, the longest-running Mennonite elementary school in the Untied States. GMS offers quality Christian education for grades k-12, with the current enrollment just under 300 students. The school is located on Mennonite School Road, between Routes 16 and 36, east of Greenwood.
Greenwood Library Movie
The Greenwood Public Library Family Movie night returns on Friday, May 30, at 6 p.m., with the well-loved film, “Dunston Checks In,” starring Jason Alexander and Faye Dunaway. Join us for this hilarious film about an orangutan who gets loose in an elegant hotel and, with the 10-year-old boy he befriends, tries to escape from his jewel-thief owner and the frantic hotel owner. Free popcorn and a drink are provided. The Greenwood Library is located next door to the Post Office. For more information, call 349-5309.
Spring plant sale
Woodbridge High School Greenhouse, Gardens at the Bridge Spring Plant Sale ends May 30. Sale takes place during school hours until 4 p.m.
Woodbridge students visit the Big Apple
Business education and accounting students at Woodbridge High School, Bridgeville, traveled to New York City May 2 to visit the financial center of the United States and to show their respect at the site of the World Trade Center towers. Students were able to add their names to the wall that holds messages from people around the world.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York was another stop on the trip. Students traveled five stories underground to view the world’s largest store of gold worth billions of dollars. The gold bars are stored in the bank’s vault carved from bedrock under the island of Manhattan.
Through interactive exhibits, video tapes and lectures, students learned about the Federal Reserve System and about the making, transporting and storing of money. As a souvenir of their visit, they each received a packed cylinder of shredded United States currency. Rounding out their trip was shopping at South Seaport.
Students on the field trip were Brian Rase, Sarah Dexter, Acuzena Martinez, Bobbie Davis, LeShaun Allen, Emilio Perry, Laura Mullins, Denisha Brown, Stacey Falkenheimer, Shannon Martin, Ryan Messick, T.J. Freer, Kimberly Sampson, Tiffany Selner, LeShaunda Allen, J.R. Longfellow, Corbin Bean, Faithe Parks, Markeisha Thompson, and Rochelle Daughterty. Accompanying them were teachers Elaine Spera and Yolanda Huston, counselor John Spera, driver Leroy Tingle and parent Bobby Davis.