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  • Delmar the Dog from the Blood Bank visits with Nanticoke Health Services representatives during the health fair/expo in Laurel. Photo by Mike McClure

Two candidates run for First Ward seat on Laurel Council

March 21st, 2019|Categories: LAUREL|

Two candidates are vying for a seat on Laurel Council to represent the town’s First Ward in the upcoming municipal elections scheduled for Thursday, March 28. Political newcomer, Rick McVey, is challenging Incumbent Councilman Randy Lee.

Candidates responded to questions outlining their campaign for election to the council seat. Following are the candidates and their responses.

Randall W. Lee

Randall Lee resides on 8th Street. He and his wife of almost 40 years, Ann, are graduates of Laurel High School. They have a daughter, Amanda Lowe-Whaley, who works at the Laurel office of Edward Jones Investments. Lee retired after 30 years with the Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office where he was in […]

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Easter Egg Drop

Join us at Central Worship Center, 14545 Sycamore Rd., Laurel, for an Easter egg drop and hunt, petting zoo and interactive inflatables from noon to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 20.

Western Sussex Job Fair

Are you a job seeker looking for employment in Western Sussex County? Here is your chance to participate in a local job fair bringing potential new hires and employers together.

Candidates seeking jobs are invited to meet prospective employers at the Laurel Public Library during the Western Sussex County Job Fair on Friday, April 5, from 1 to 3 p.m. This is a free event for job candidates and pre-registration is not necessary.

Candidates should come dressed to impress with a resume and be prepared to interview, fill out job applications and ask and answer questions. The Laurel Public Library will be offering up to 10 complimentary copies of a candidate’s resume.

This is the fourth year the job fair is being held; the last event had over 220 job fair candidates and 38 businesses.

The event is sponsored by The Western Sussex Chamber of Commerce, Delaware Technical Community College, Quality Staffing Services and the Laurel Public Library.

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