HELPING WITH A DREAM

Donations toward the Seaford Historical Society's purchase of the old Seaford Post Office building were made by (back, from left): Charles Allen, Warren Allen, Jane Webb, Dave Webb, Earl Tull, Betty Tull and Mary Mae Dillard; front: C. Bryan Bennett, Don Birch, Vicky Birch, Joyce Mackler, Everett C. Conaway, Colleen Bayliss, Sue Manlove and Leon Trivits. Contributors not pictured are Maria Heyssel, Byron Palmer, Dr. Bradley Mackler, Phyllis Palmer, Helen Moore, Ronnie Moore, Connie Mitchell, John Willey, Virginia Willey and Larry Manlove. The building was purchased for $200,000, and will cost $551,225 to renovate. See story, page 2.

Photo by Michael Sullivan



Flooding - Collins Avenue residents join in the complaints about flooding. Page 5

Golfing - The annual Nanticoke Memorial Golf Tournament will be Friday, Sept. 14. Page 6

Policing - Seaford Police are attempting to do more law enforcement with less money. Page 8

Planting - Kari and Alan Jones will be planting a new church in Middletown. Page 9

Schooling - A Charter School is preparing to open near Laurel. Page 11

Praying - Food, music and prayer will kick off the Towne & Country Fair. Page 12

Zoning - The Seaford Council takes another look at the Enterprise Zone for downtown. Page 20

Nesting - The Jay's Next Playground project is given a financial boost. Page 22

Recruiting - The Seaford Community Concerts Association is signing up members. Page 25

Destroying - State Police have destroyed a marijuana crop near Greenwood.