Delmar Events
Thursday, December 25, 2003
Delmar Christmas Dinner
The 22nd annual Ford Brewington Jr. Christmas Day Dinner, Thursday, Dec. 25, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Delmarva Convention Center at the stateline in Delmar. Phone 302-846-3780.

Model Railroad Club open houses are set
The Delmarva Model Railroad Club will have its 18th annual holiday open house on Jan. 10-11 and Jan. 17-18. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. There is no admission charge. The Delmarva Model Railroad Club is located at 103 E. State St., Camelot Hall Second Floor, in Delmar, Del., (right on the Maryland-Delaware border). This is one of the largest permanent model railroad displays on the Delmarva Peninsula with more than 5,000-square-feet of operating model railroads in N, HO, O (scale), O (hi-rail) and Standard Gauges plus N-trak, module layouts. Also train videos, refreshment and “white elephant” table. For more information or directions call Bill Deeter at 856-9250.

Delmar Holiday Hours
The Delmar Public Library will be closed Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1 and open regular business hours on Friday and Saturday of both weeks. Any materials can be returned to the library by the front door drop slot when the building is closed. The Delmar Public Library also will be closed all day on Monday, Jan. 5. The staff will be receiving further training on the Gates computer by the Gateway representative.
DSU president talks to Delmar school board
By Sandy Davis

The Delmar School Board met on Tuesday, Dec.16. Alan Sessions, president of Delaware State University, gave a presentation. Sessions was a member of the Harvard faculty and was ambassador for the state department in Mexico. He has been in Delaware for about five months and is visiting schools to set up partnerships to address the needs of the schools. Generating these partnerships will help to raise money for scholarships and develop programs for the schools. He projected the enrollment for Delaware State will exceed 10,000 in the next five years. Sessions hopes to attract students to the university, which is building new residents halls to house 5,000 students. Stone expressed an interest in working with Delaware State to develop projects to motivate students to continue education. The following coaches were approved for spring sports: David Hearn - varsity baseball head coach, Christy Parsons - varsity softball head coach, Rick Evans - varsity girls soccer, David Parsons - varsity softball assistant, Mark Quillan - girls soccer assistant, Linda Budd - girls soccer varsity assistant. The board approved the Student Leadership Assistance Policy and the use of the school for the Delmar Alumni Association on Jan. 5. The school board election will be held on Saturday, May 8. The referendum date is set for Feb. 7. Principal Mark Holodick reported that the Delmar Booster Club is asking for a special ticket purchase as an incentive to get more members to join the club and support sporting events.