Plans are underway for Snowball 2003
Though autumn is in the air the Auxiliary of Nanticoke Health Services is already thinking snow - “Snowball 2003”, that is. Plans are taking shape for the Auxiliary's annual dinner dance to be held January 25, 2003, at the Seaford Golf and Country Club.
Appetizing food and dancing to the sounds of Encore are sure to warm attendees of the winter gala. The only chill of the night will come from a spectacular ice sculpture created by Jon Lizer of Custom Catering in Seaford.
Proceeds from the dinner dance will become part of the annual donation made by the Auxiliary to Nanticoke Health Services. Last year, the Auxiliary provided financial support for the Charity Endowment Prescription Fund, new beds for the Maternity Unit, and the construction of the Cancer Care Center.
For more information about an evening not to be missed call Nanticoke Health Services Volunteer Office at (302) 629-6611, extension 2301.
Epworth Fruit Sale
Epworth Christian School in Laurel is sponsoring their Annual Fruit Sale now through Friday, Nov. 15
Orders are being taken for navel oranges at $14 per 20 pound case, red ruby grapefruit at $13 per case, or a combination of the two at $14 per case. Also available is a combination of 12 each, oranges, grapefruit, and apples at $20 per case.
Fruit can be ordered through students, staff members, or by calling the school office at 875-4488. Delivery will be in December, just in time for Christmas gift giving.
Enjoy fresh Florida citrus and support Epworth Christian School. Buy fruit.
Salisbury Metro Lions Club will host a Basket Bingo on Friday, Nov. 15, at the Moose Lodge, Snow Hill Road, Salisbury, to benefit Sight and Hearing programs. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; Games begin at 6:30 p.m. Prizes include Longaberger Baskets and more.Tickets are: $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Refreshments available during event. For information call: 410-749-6627.
Dixie Melody Boys
The Dixie Melody Boys will appear in concert Saturday, Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m., in the theater at Delaware Technical & Community College on Route 18 in Georgetown.
The Dixie Melody Boys spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through their musical talent. Their goal of delivering a first class performance filled with excitement, energy, and lots of great traditional Southern Gospel Music, are traits which have proven an essential role in the success they have enjoyed. These characteristics, united with their desire to never compromise their responsibility to spread the Gospel through Southern Gospel Music in a Christ-like, professional manner have allowed the Dixie Melody Boys to firmly establish a place in the forefront of Southern Gospel Music.
The group is featured by Ed O’Neal, who has led the group for the past four decades. Under his leadership, the group has become one of Southern Gospel Music’s most loved and respected quarters. Ed was the recipient of the Marvin Nocross Award in September 2000, the highest honor presented at the “The Singing News” Fan Awards Ceremony each year.
This night of special worship and praise to our Lord and Saviour is being sponsored by Cokesbury Church. There is no admission, but a love offering will be taken. Seats are available on a first come basis. We invite you to join us in this special night.
Our next meeting of the Downstate Delaware Genealogy Society will be held from 2 until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16. The meeting will be held at the Delaware Public Archives located at 121 Duke of York Street in Dover. The public is welcome. If additional information is required please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 302-335-0799.
Meeting of the Delaware Equine Council to be held Monday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m., in the Messick Community Center, in Harrington, just west of Harrington on Rt. 14. All those interested in the Horses and Mules in the 1st State are encouraged to attend! For more information call 732-1007 or 422-4094.
GOP Women’s Club
Sussex County Republican Women's Club will meet Wednesday, Nov. 20, 11 a.m., for a business meeting; followed by a noon luncheon and speakers at Community CHEER Center, Georgetown. Ruth Ann Beideman and Suzanne Proska of Del. Health and Social Services will discuss the state’s Medicare Fraud Alert program and how seniors can help fight Medicare abuse. Visitors welcome. Call Bunny Parish, 645-4646 for information and luncheon reservations. Luncheon cost, $13.
The Nanticoke Watershed Preservation Group, Inc. presents a Fall Speakers Series, “Nanticoke River: The Culture, History and Heritage of a Watershed.”
On Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. - “The Winding Channel: Ships and Shipbuilding on the Nanticoke,” speaker will be Pete Lesher, at Asbury Methodist Church, 601 Main St., Sharptown, Md.
Light refreshments will be served. For more information contact Gwen Dryden at 410-546-3728.
Laurel Christmas Parade
Once again the Laurel Fire Department and Laurel Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Laurel’s Annual Christmas Parade. The Parade will be held on Friday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. The parade will begin on Evergreen Drive and proceed to N. Central Avenue. The rain date will be Saturday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m.
The theme of this year’s parade will be a “Bicentennial Christmas.” Trophies will be presented for Scouting, Commercial, Civic, Church, Animal, Youth, Decorated Vehicle and Fire Department Entries. Due to the increasing number of entries, rules must be enforced.
Entry may be made by completing one of the entry forms which have been placed in the Laurel Library. Cutoff for entries will be Monday, Dec. 9. No entries will be accepted thereafter. For further information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 875-9319.
Nanticoke Senior Center is hosting a trip to Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre in Wilmington, to see the Christmas Spectacular, on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 9 a.m. The Christmas show is always fabulous.
We are offering a matinee which includes a delicious meal and desserts. Tickets include admission, buffet lunch and motor coach transportation. Sign up early for this show. Cost to members is $55, non-members is $65.