Painters Lorne Kennedy (left), Federalsburg, Md., and Elwood Reed, Seaford, stand in front of Trinity United Methodist Church, Bridgeville. Firefighters say that the menís actions saved the 1867 structure from burning.

Photo by Lynn R. Parks

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. The Prayer Breakfast will be held in a tent on the grounds of the Governor Ross Plantation, North Pine Street Extended, Seaford. A limited number of tickets are available at $10 each. To obtain tickets to the prayer breakfast contact Bryant Richardson at Morning Star Publications, 629-9788, or visit the office of Morning Star Publications at 628 West Stein Highway, Seaford. Proceeds from this yearís Prayer Breakfast will be donated to the Seaford Mission.

Traffic pattern change on Front Street - Motorists heading south on Front Street will be relieved to know that a traffic problem at the intersection with High Street has been corrected. There is now a left turn lane and a lane for cars turning right or going straight. Before a car turning left held up the traffic until either a courteous driver allowed it to turn, or a break in northbound Front Street traffic occurred. Bobby Nibblett, Seaford Superintendent of Public Works, said the state made the change in response to a request from the city.

Looking for cancer survivors for articles - The Star is asking survivors of ovarian cancer to contact the paper. The paper is planning for coverage of Ovarian Cancer Awareness. Call 629-9788 and ask for the editor.

Delmar speedway - The Cathells vividly remember Aug. 28, 1963, the day Bill and Juanita Cathell opened Delmarís first dragway. Page 4

New season - The Seaford varsity football team looks to build a new foundation behind second year head coach Shawn Larrimore. Page 26

Blue Raiders - The Woodbridge varsity football team, with 21 juniors and seniors on the 2003 team, hope for a reversal of fortunes this season. Page 26

Seaford booters - The Seaford soccer team enters the new fall season with a number of question marks surrounding the team despite having 10 returning players. Page 27