TREE LIGHTING- A large crowd was on hand for the Seaford Christmas Tree lighting on Monday night. More photos in next week’s Seaford Star. Photo by Rebecca Jones
THANKSGIVING- Volunteers joined members of Unified Seaford as they fed 342 homeless and shut-ins Thanksgiving dinner. Over eight turkeys were baked by volunteers and served along with typical Thanksgiving fare at The C.R.O.S.S. Building on King Street. Volunteers from the Seaford Volunteer Fire Department delivered meals to shut-ins. Pastor Isaac Ross said they hoped to feed more. Photo by Rebecca Jones
Enjoy the annual Holiday Train Display at the Seaford Museum. The exhibit is open for the holidays Tuesdays through Sundays from 1 to 3 p.m. now through Sunday, Jan. 8. The exhibit is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Bernard Carr received an official proclamation from the Bridgeville Commission during its meeting on Sept. 12.
LIONS CLUB MEETING- Jerry Keiser, executive director of the Seaford District Library, was the guest speaker at the Seaford Lions Club meeting on Monday, Nov. 21. The Seaford Lions Club made a $500 donation for the purchase of large print books for the library. Shown presenting the check is Keller Hoch, secretary of the Seaford Lions Club, along with the club’s newest member, Hunter Hastings. Submitted photo
Shown are the Seaford Blades Associated Charities members and volunteers “Bunky” Griffith, Marlene Mann, Pastor Mason McGill, Susan Kent, Former Mayor Ed Butler, volunteer Julie Rigby, Pastor Tom Birowski, and Pastor Isaac Ross. Photo by Rebecca Jones
Howard J. Bradshaw of Galestown passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. A 1961 graduate of North Dorchester High School, Howard worked for 151 Preston Trucking Company. After his retirement, he [...]
James Manford Brittingham, Jr. of Millsboro passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at home with his family by his side. Jim was born in Dagsboro on Sept. 28, 1932, to the late James Manford Brittingham, [...]