Seaford Events
Thursday, December 6, 2001
Women’s Opportunity Award
Head-of-household women seeking financial assistance to go back to school can now obtain applications for the Women’s Opportunity Award, Soroptimist International of Seaford’s major service project. Applications are available by contacting Cristine Layton at 628-2821. The Seaford club will provide a cash grant to the award winner’s chosen school enabling her to offset any costs associated with her efforts to attain higher education. Applications must be post-marked by Dec. 15.

Acorn Club Party, Auction
The G.F.W.C.-Acorn Club of Seaford will hold its Christmas Party and Auction on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. in the Seaford Grace Baptist Church. The hostess, Marilee Bradley, and her committee will provide Christmas cheer. For the auction, members should bring homemade goodies and items or Christmas gift ideas. Come have a cup of cheer and fellowship.

Elks host Bingo every Wednesday
The Seaford Elks Lodge has Bingo every Wednesday evening beginning promptly at 7:30. Food available from our kitchen.

Seaford Fire Department searching for lost chiefs
AS part of its centennial celebration, the Seaford Volunteer Fire Depart. is researching its own history but it has found a problem. It has no pictures in its archives of four early chiefs. Wayne Rigby, who is editing the department history, reports that 23 men have served as chief of the department in its 100 years. Pictures of these officers are proudly displayed in the department’s meeting room but four frames are blank. “No Picture Available” is written in those frames. There have also been 24 department presidents and photos are on display of all of those men. Any help would be greatly appreciated in locating photos of the following: J.H. Twiford, chief from 1906 to 1908; Ernest Fields, chief from 1908 to 1910; Charles E. Marvel, chief from 1910 to 1914; J. Woody Marvel, chief from 1920 to 1922 and 1924 to 1927. Anyone with information or pictures should contact Wayne Rigby at 629-4658. Photos will be copied and returned. It is expected that the entire history will be ready in early 2002 and copies available through the fire department. Anyone interested in reserving a copy should call 629-2113.

Indoor Pistol Shooting each Monday
Indoor Pistol Shooting at the Nanticoke Sportsmen’s Club — the club holds recreational shooting on Monday evenings from 6-9 p.m. For information, call Mario at 629-4125.

Family nights each Friday
Family Nights each Friday at the Boys & Girls Club. Family Nights take place each Friday from 7-9 p.m. at the Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club. All are welcome (members and non-members) as long as children are accompanied by a parent or guardian. There is no admission fee and all areas of the club are open. Refreshments and prizes are also part of Family Night.

Babies and Toddlers ‘Stay & Play’
The “Parents As Teachers” program (PAT) invites parents and their children from birth to age three to a FREE “Stay and Play Center” at Seaford Dept. of Parks & Recreation (SDPR) on Virginia Avenue. Sessions will be on Mondays from 10:30 a.m. to noon. (Closed on school holidays.) The center provides an opportunity for parents and caretakers with young children to play together and discuss any parenting questions with a parent educator. Other services include a lending library of children’s and parenting books and evening group meetings on a variety of topics. For more information, call Cris Henderson at 875-2781 or Seaford Dept. of Parks & Recreation at 629-6809.