Greenwood Events
Thursday, November 22, 2001

Woodbridge Alumni Association to be formed
Woodbridge High School graduates are trying to establish a Woodbridge High School Alumni Association. It would include all Woodbridge High School graduates from 1970 until the present. Some classes have held class reunions, others have not. The association would hold a yearly banquet in the spring. All Woodbridge High School graduates would be eligible to attend. Classes celebrating milestones (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, etc.) would receive special recognition. Another goal is to establish a scholarship fund for children and grandchildren of Woodbridge High School graduates. Anyone interested should send a note which includes name, address, phone number, year of graduation, and if you would be willing to help. Mail to Dottie (Breeding) Bauguess (Class of 1976) in care of Woodbridge Elementary School, P.O. Box, P.O. Box G, Greenwood, DE 19950.

Thanksgiving dinner planned
Bridgeville Union United Methodist Church will serve a community Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 22. There will be one seating, at noon. Admission is free. Everyone is welcome. For information, call 337-7409.

Woodbridge students mark birthday of Marine Corps
The Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps at Woodbridge High School recently celebrated the 226th birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. The oldest Marine present at this birthday ceremony was Lance Cpl. William Carmean, Bridgeville. He was born on Jan. 31, 1940, entered the Marine Corps Aug. 11, 1958, and was honorably discharged in August 1962. The youngest Marine cadet present was Pvt. Aimée Jefferson of Bridgeville. She was born Oct. 1, 1987, and entered the Cadet Corps in September 2001. Carmean received the first piece of the birthday cake and passed it on to Jefferson, signifying the passing of experience and knowledge from the old to the young. Other guests at the celebration were Dr. Kevin Carson, superintendent of the Woodbridge School District; John Parker, vice principal; and Sergeant David Buck, USMC, teacher assistant. Ester Hawk baked the birthday cake, which served the 40 cadets at Woodbridge High School. The platoon sergeant for the event was Sgt. Michael Janiszewski, a sophomore. Other cadets who contributed significantly were Cpl. Michael Eastman, (cake escort), PFC Daniel Baer, PFC Justin Bickling, and PFC Michael Parsons. Cpl. Baker was the narrator and Lance Cpl. Tory Stogner provided the audio support.