Seaford Events
Thursday, August 28, 2003
17th Annual NHS Golf Tournament
The 17th annual Nanticoke Health Services Golf Tournament will be held Friday, Sept. 12, at the Seaford Golf & Country Club. Tee off time is noon. Proceeds from the tournament help fund the NHS Prescription Drug Fund. The goal this year is to raise $30,000 to go into the fund, which helps patients that are unable to pay for their own medical expenses. Contact Renee Morris at 629-6611, ext. 2404, to sign up for the tournament or to help with corporate or private donations.

Community Concerts
The Seaford Community Concert Association 2003-04 series will include five concerts: “I Get a Kick Out of Cole,” on Saturday, Sept. 27; Gabriela Imreh, pianist, on Thursday, Nov. 6; April Verch, fiddler and step dancer, on Wednesday, Feb. 25; “The Postman Delivers,” physical comedy presented by Robert Post on Tuesday, March 2; and “Wood’s Tea Company,” folk group, on Friday, April 2. This series marks the 55th year that SCCA has brought dynamic, live programs to this area. In recent years, the programs have become more varied in order to interest more people to come and enjoy live performances. Admission to these concerts is by membership only, with the price still at a low $35/adult, $75/family under the same roof, and $10 for students at this time. Prices increase to $40, $85, and $12, respectively on Sept. 9. Flyers have been mailed to past members with more information and renewal blanks, however, some of these have not reached their destination because the association did not have up-to-date 911 addresses. If anyone needs more information, they can contact Jim Burket at 629-8657 or Maribel Santos at 629-7832 or they can go to the association’s web site at, or just send a check with your name, address and phone number to SCCA, 102 Rivers End Drive, Seaford, DE 19973.

Babies and Toddlers
The “Parents As Teachers” program (PAT) invites parents and their children from birth to age three to a FREE “Stay and Play Center” at Seaford Dept. of Parks & Recreation (SDPR) on Virginia Avenue. Sessions will be on Mondays from 10:30 a.m. to noon. (Closed on school holidays.) The Center provides an opportunity for parents and caretakers with young children to play together and discuss any parenting questions with a parent educator. Other services include a lending library of children’s and parenting books and evening group meetings on a variety of topics. For more information, call Cris Henderson at 875-2781 or Seaford Dept. of Parks & Recreation at 629-6809. (Funded by State of Delaware, Department of Education.)

Fall into fitness
Make the time to re-energize, get fit and have fun with new and old friends. Classes start on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 2 and 3, at St. John’s United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, Seaford. The classes are sponsored by St. John’s, but are open to the public. Sessions meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. with quality free childcare for the morning sessions, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. Beginners to intermediate participants welcome in this co-ed, non-competitive, muscle-toning stretching hi-lo aerobic class. Try a free session to see if it meets your needs. Call 17-year A.F.A.A. certified instructor Carol Lynch, 629-7539, for more information or to register.
Tina Fallon Garden Party
State Rep. Tina Fallon is holding a Garden Party at her house on Saturday, Sept. 13, 5 to 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 each and may be obtained by calling Rep. Fallon at 629-8187.

Homework Helper at the library
The Seaford District Library offers a Back-to-School gift for students in grades 6-8 with Homework Helper, a computer workshop at your library on Monday, Sept. 8, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. The Homework Helper session will teach students how to find and use the online resources available on DelAWARE databases, the digital library of the first state. Databases include Gale Student Resource Center, Grolier Online Encyclopedias, Sirs Discoverer, Searchasaurus, Lit Finder, and more. All fully loaded with reliable information students can use for homework, school projects and term papers or to just simply learn. Students will be using the library computers during hands-on instruction by Ms. Terry Plummer, administrative librarian from the State of Delaware, Delaware Division of Libraries. To reserve your spot and more information contact the library at 629-2524.

Trip to Myrtle Beach for the seniors
The Nanticoke Senior Center is planning a trip to Myrtle Beach, on Sept. 29-Oct. 3. The trip includes: Roundtrip motorcoach transportation, accommodation for four nights at the Landmark Resort; five shows with orchestra seats; cruise on the Intercoastal Waterways. Meals include: breakfast daily, two lunches plus lunch on cruise and four dinners. Taxes and gratuities for hotel, maids, included meals, motorcoach driver, luggage handling, Tour director from Four Seasons Tours and Travel. Highlights include: Shopping and Luncheon cruise on the Intercoastal Waterways; Evening performance of Lullabies of Broadway; Matinee performance of Legends in Concert; Evening performance of Spirit of the dance at the Palace Theater; Morning show Carolina Jamboree; Evening Musical Show “One” at the Alabama Theater. Cost is $615 double occupancy or $715 single occupancy. Sign up at the front desk or call 629-4939 for more information.

Class of 1983 looking for classmates
Seaford Senior High School Class of 1983 is looking for the following “missing” classmates. If you have any address information contact Sheila Laughery at 629-8178 or Dawn Dukes-Collins at 875-2819 before 9 p.m. Demetrius Bennett, Nathan Brown, Tammy Andrews Cordrey, Scott S. Bradley, Chris Corcoran, Katrina Coverdale Smith, Bonnie Daniels Baker, Jeanne Dawson, Linwood Fitchett, Lisa Horseman, Kenneth Isenhower, Winford L. Hughes, Robert W. Knowles, Brian Krumm, John Horne, Cynthia Marino Hungerford, Michael McCane, Mike Longhi, Woody Murphy, Ann Newman, Charlotte O’Brien, Jeff Pitts, Carla Payne, David Persinger, Thomas Peterson, David T. Price, Tisha Rembert, Timothy Pritchett, Keith Russ, Karen Suit Bundy, Charlotte Ross Daily, Larry Sales, Amy Roehrig, Valerie Roth, Carol Sargent Ashcraft, Roland Stewart, Mike Pinson, Michelle Kraft Cook, Greg Manlove.