Still Surfin’, a Beach Boys tribute band based in Washington, D.C., will perform Saturday evening at the Towne and Country Fair, Seaford. The fair, at the Ross Plantation Labor Day weekend, will also feature Civil War soldiers, food, children’s games and a pageant.





Towne & Country Fair Prayer Breakfast - The Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce, Seaford Historical Society, Seaford Ministerium and Seaford Kiwanis are holding a Prayer Breakfast at the Towne & Country Fair on Saturday, August 30, beginning at 8 a.m. A limited number of tickets are available at $10 each. For tickets contact Bryant Richardson at Morning Star Publications, 629-9788, or visit the Star office at 628 West Stein Highway, Seaford. Proceeds will be donated to the Seaford Mission.

Low bidder announced for street work - P&A Company, Inc. was the apparent low bidder for Seaford street projects. The bid, using Local Funds was $102,117 for streets and $7,500 for street patching. The bid using State Prevailing Wages was $112,857 for streets and $8,250 for street patching. City Manager Dolores Slatcher noted they would probably use Municipal Street Aid but would like Council to award both. Councilwoman Grace Peterson made a motion to accept the low bid and the motion passed.

Bid approved for work on water tanks - The low bidder for the painting and coating of Dulany Water Tower and the spot cleaning and spot coating of the Industrial Park Tower was J&W Sandblasting for a combined amount of $256,000. The maintenance on the IP Tower will be done in the fall, and some maintenance will be done on Dulany but Dulany will not be painted until Spring 2004. City Manger Slatcher stated $220,000 was budgeted and the unbudgeted amount of $36,000 would come from the Water Reserve Account as a non-budgeted expense.

Talent Contest - The 2nd annual Talent Contest at the Towne & Country Fair is seeking contestants. Deadline is Friday, Aug. 22. Call Pat Murphy at Morning Star Publications Inc., 629-9788, or stop by the office at 628 West Stein Highway, Seaford. There are two age groups: 8-15 and 16 and up.

What’s your risk? - The risk factor chart on page 19 is worth the time to assess your chances of a heart attack.

David Horsey - David Horsey knows about overcoming obstacles. His success is proof of that fact. Page 31