LLAMA-RIDE. Susan Kent and her children Taylor and Johnathan enjoy a llama-pulled wagon ride during the annual Woodland Ferry Fall Festival on Saturday. The festival went on despite rains that kept a lot of craftsmen away. The llamas were provided by Ellen Dunn of Diamond State Llama Farm, Laurel. See story, page 9.

Photo by Phil Livingston

Bridgeville Cleanup scheduled Saturday - A town clean up will be held on Saturday, September 20. M-T Trash will do the pickup and will go down each street once. Trash needs to be out to curbs (or wherever trash is usually picked up) by 6 a.m. Among the items that will be collected are branches (if they are less than four feet long and bundled) furniture, stoves, and household trash. Items such as freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, tires, construction materials, rocks and bricks, oil, dirt, and batteries will not be accepted. There will be a scrap metal container in the municipal parking lot for items such as bike tires and rims, but freezers, TVs, refrigerators and other items will not be accepted.

Blades plans - Development plans discussed at Blades meeting. Page 3

Fire department - Seaford firemen would like to take over city hall. Page 11

Good start - The Seaford boys’ and girls’ cross country teams got off to a good start with wins in their first meet last week. Page 22

Raider wins - The Woodbridge varsity soccer team earned a pair of wins in its first two games of the season. Page 24