Seaford Events
Thursday, August 30, 2001
Fitness Session begins
Tired of quick fixes that don"t work? Injure you? Fall back into fitness, an 8-week session, starts Sept. 5th and 6th. Sessions meet Monday-Wednesday-Friday at 9 a.m. (quality, free childcare); and Tuesday, Thursday, at 5:30 p.m., at St. John"s U.M.C. Fellowship Hall. (Pre-paid registration required for P.M. class only.) All ages and fitness levels are welcome. Air conditioned, non-competitive, stress reducing, high/low aerobic, toning, strengthening, and stretching class. Try a free one! Call 15-year A.F.A.A. certified instructor, Carol Lynch, 629-7539 for more information or to pre-register.

Ice Cream Social Aug. 30
To close out the Summer Reading Program whose theme was "Reading- Your Passport To The World," the Friends of the Seaford Library will hold its Annual Ice Cream Social on Thursday, Aug. 30, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room. The scheduled program is called, "The Magic of Rebmans," followed by ice cream and sprinkles in the courtyard. Come, bring the family and watch both the magic and the ice cream disappear. The public is invited.

Buffet Supper with oysters
A buffet Supper with Oysters will be held on Saturday, Sept. 1. Doors open at 5 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m., at Cokesbury Community Center, near Reliance. The public is invited. Price is $8. No Carry Outs. One seating only. This is sponsored by United Methodist Women.

Episcopal women booth
Women from St. Luke"s Episcopal Church, Seaford, will have a booth at the Ross Mansion on Sept. 1, offering handcrafted dried flower arrangements, hammered crosses by Jimmy Pentoney, and hand-quilted table runners and wall hangings. Food items to be sold include jams, jellies and preserves from the kitchens of the good cooks of St. Luke"s, according to Sue Short, chairman of the booth.