Delmar Events
Thursday, November 6, 2003
Delmar Library Program Tonight!
On Thursday, Nov. 6, the Delmar Public Library will present a program on Shorinji Kempo, a form of defense martial arts, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Instructors Bruce Davis and Randy Parsons will demonstrate basic control techniques for children 8 and up. Admission is free. Davis and Parsons are black belts with Delmarva Shorinji Kempo, Salisbury, Md. On Tuesday, Nov. 11, Cindy Schmidt will talk about genealogy starting at 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Delmar parade
Delmar’s Patriotic Christmas Parade will be Saturday, Nov. 29, at 4 p.m. It will be followed by the Carnival of Lights at 7 p.m. at State Street Park. There will be pony rides, fire truck rides, refreshments, crafts, games, a visit from Santa and much more. Bring a non-perishable food item to help the needy families in the area.For more information call 302-846-3964. Applications for the parade can be picked up at the Town Hall or at Cookie Bouquet in the State Line Plaza. The rain date is Sunday, Nov. 30.
Bi-Staters Coffee Talk
Sharon Cordrey

Reminder the the annual Harvest Talent Bazaar will be held at Melson Church, Delmar, Md. Nov. 8, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. A quilt and other items will be auctioned off at 9 a.m. While the auction is going on, enjoy the breakfast food and then at lunch, they will be serving oyster fritters, hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken salad and home made soup. Canned goods, baked goods, white elephant items, and more will also be for sale. If you want to rent a table, please call 302-846-2431 for more info.

My husband Mike and I thank Joe Skeens from Reese Carey’s for coming to Princess Anne to help us Saturday night.

Middle school students, along with grade seven integrated studies students, helped students on Hooper’s Island who were devastated by Hurricane Isabel. They donated a truckload of bath items, non-perishable food and shoes. Teachers Shay McPhail, Angie Bucy and Lisa West have organized a emergency relief fund program for middle school students in need of necessities due to an emergency such as fire. The winner of the first Cardboard Regatta was Jose Vasquez. The competition, under the supervision of Sam Ellis, took place at Trap Pond. Seventh graders Kelsey Murrell and David Bradshaw attended the National Youth Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., recently. They met with 200 other students from across the country to learn about leadership skills and history.

Our get-well wishes to Bill Fisher, Edna Melvin, Darlene Alexander, Sarah Short, Craig Webster, Jennifer Morris, Bill Fisher and William K. Beach. We send our sympathy to the families and friends of Frances Truitt, Hazel Ellen Kenney, Virginia L. Hearn, George Lewis Dyson Sr. and Rose Jane Stephenson. We wish the following happy birthdays: Morgan Nichols and Mary Nel Warrington, Nov. 1; Sandy Davis Brown and Cynthia Spear Weber, Nov. 2; Verdia Beach and Cody Webster, Nov. 3; Ethel Brasure, Nov. 4; Elizabeth Adkins, Phyllis Parker and William E. Gordy, Nov. 5; Tom Adkins, Erin Budd, Brent Morris, Rose Hill and Wayne Moore, Nov. 6; Terri Nelson and Helen Sullivan, Nov. 8.