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  • Shown is a sock puppet with ears and hair, much like the one ventriloquist Uncle Ty-Rone (pictured) made when he was a kid. Uncle Ty-Rone and Delaware First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney took part in the state's kickoff of the summer library reading program at the Delmar Public Library. Photo by Mike McClure

Delmar’s class of 2019 goes off into the sunset following graduation ceremony

June 14th, 2019|Categories: LAUREL, MAIN HOME|

Delmar High salutatorian Aryan Patel spoke about the class of 2019 reaching the sunset of their high school careers with last Friday’s commencement exercises at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, while valedictorian A.J. Angello told his classmates that the next day’s sunrise signifies a new beginning in their lives. In between the two speeches, the graduates heard from keynote speaker Dr. Ron Siers, Jr., a Salisbury University professor and coach and a former teacher at Wicomico High and Mardela, who offered them 10 tips to consider on their journey after high school.

Delmar High School principal Mike Bleile opened the ceremony by announcing that the class of […]

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EcoPaddle on Broad Creek

Come join Reclaim Our River-Nanticoke (ROR Nanticoke) for a guided morning paddle on beautiful Broad Creek, launching from Roger C. Fisher Park in Laurel, on Saturday, June 22. Afterwards, enjoy lunch and learn more about local organizations working in and around the Nanticoke River and its watershed. Canoes/kayaks are available on a first-come basis. Call Beth Wasden at 443-944-1175 or go to to register.

Rita Kernodle’s Benefit

Rita Kernodle’s Benefit will be held on Saturday, June 29 from 2 to 6 p.m. at 12168 Laurel Rd., Laurel.

Pre-sale tickets are $25 and tickets at the door are $30.

The menu includes pulled pork, baked beans, cole slaw, corn on the cob and watermelon. Enjoy DJ Aaron, a 50/50, live auction and cake raffle.

Please wear purple. Come out and support a great cause. For more information, call Dina Lee or Georgie Benson at 302-875-9948.


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