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Town of Blades sets Halloween hours, Hardin Hall to be razed

October 22nd, 2020|Categories: SEAFORD|

Halloween will run as normal in the town of Blades, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 31, the town council declared at its recent meeting at the Blades Fire Department. Everyone should obey Centers for Disease Control guidelines.

The town’s traditional children’s Christmas party will again be sidelined by the inability to use Hardin Hall. Instead, as was done last year, help will be offered to a number of families in town.

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Seaford Christmas Parade

For the past 34 years Downtown Seaford Association, Inc. has sponsored the annual Christmas parade, along with the city of Seaford. Due to the coronavirus, organizers are planning […]

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