Delmar Events
Thursday, September 26, 2002
Bi-Staters’ Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey
Congratulations to Amanda Lee on making the dean’s list for the spring-summer session at Wilmington College. Amanda is the daughter of Randy and Ann Lee and is employed at the Insurance Market in Millsboro.

Monica and Scott Shubert are the proud parents of a baby girl, Shalyn Rebekah. She was welcomed home by her twin brothers, Seth and Cody. Maternal grandparents are Mike and Sharon Cordrey and George Lambden of Seaford. Paternal grandparents are Janie Doyle of Salisbury and Buddy Shubert of Pennsylvania. She is also the great-granddaughter of Annabel Cordrey and Winifred Kenton of Preston, Md.

Get well wishes to Clifton “Peanut” Sullivan who is home from PRMC and is doing great. His granddaughter, Audra Rogers of Fort Worth, Texas, came home to visit with him and her parents, George and Linda Campbell.

We wish Ted and Denice Cordrey a happy eighth anniversary on Oct. 1.

Don’t forget the fall festival on Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Camelot Hall (State Street beside St. Stephen’s Church) from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will serve scrapple sandwiches for breakfast and oyster fritters, crab cake sandwiches, homemade clam chowder, homemade ice cream and other sandwiches for lunch. There will be yard sale items, treasure tables and crafts of all types and much more to see and do.

Order your commemorative plate of St. Stephen’s Church. They are selling for $20 a plate. Orders are being taken at the church’s office. Proceeds will be going towards the renovation of the parsonage.

Jessie Callaway recently traveled with the Worcester Recreation & Park Dept. of Snow Hill for a cruise to Alaska. She flew to Vancouver and boarded the Celebrity Cruise Ship for a trip to Ketchikan, then to Juneau (capital of Alaska). She also visited Sitka City, which is referred to as the Russian capital of Alaska. Even though it rained most of her trip, she said she really enjoyed her trip and the beautiful scenery.
Congratulations to Charles Truitt for being voted the Citizen of the Year for Delmar. The Greater Delmar Chamber of Commerce sponsors the program.

Five-year-old Kara Hughes is the winner of the Little Miss Fire Prevention Queen Contest. She will be Little Miss Fire Prevention Queen for 2002. Congratulations Kara! Congratulations to Heather Johnson for being the winner of the Big Miss Fire Prevention Queen Contest. Heather is 15 years old and is in the 10th grade at Delmar Middle and Senior High School. She will be the Big Miss Fire Prevention Queen for 2002 and represent Delmar in the Delmarva Miss Fire Prevention Pageant with contestants from Delaware, Maryland and Virginia to be held next Sunday at Dagsboro.

Students Alicia Ward, Chris Wyatt, Chelsea Hill and Anna Lee participated in the third annual Junior Earthwatch Project over the summer. The project was supervised by Shauneen Giuidice. Ms. Giuidice will speak at the annual Earthwatch Conference in Boston on Nov. 16 and is also serving as a reviewer/advisor for the Chesapeake Bay website sponsored by the Virginia Institute of Marine Studies.

Heather Boothe has been named editor-in-chief of the Wildcat Press. She will be assisted by Susan Haxter, Sarah Ottman, Kara Guiliano, Tim Conrad, Ashley Dryden, Michael Hunt and Sadie Datillo.

The Drama Club Officers for 2002-2003 are Kara Guiliano, president; Marcella Bingham, vice president; and Donna Weber, secretary-treasurer.

We wish the following people a very happy birthday: Sept.22 - Joseph Bastian, Steve Larmore and Dawn Disharoon Rothermel; Sept.23 - Donna Causey; Sept. 24 - James L. Davis Jr., Velma Sturgis, Steve Causey and Andrea Causey; Sept. 25 - Barry Waller; Sept. 26 - Bobbi Green; Sept. 27 - Edwina Harris and Eric Niblett; Sept. 28 - Sue Niblett and Connie Bradley; Oct. 1 - Linda Campbell.