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Due date is very near at Possum Hall as the Possum Point Players prepare to deliver the Maltby and Shire musical "Baby," which opens Friday, Sept. 19. Possum Point Players' annual dinner theatre continues Sept.
Autism Delaware is opening its doors for a statewide sip & see to teach the public about autism and Autism Delaware's role in helping people and families affected by autism spectrum disorder. Programs will cover how the organization got started and what it has grown into as well as where the organization is going, including plans for family support, programs and services, advocacy, and the Delaware Strategic Plan to improve services and supports for individuals with ASD.
Military Appreciation Day Inc. Delaware Chapter will hold its inaugural event in Lewes Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 11. This event will be open to all active-duty members of all components of the armed forces, including the National Guard and Reserve units. The event is not limited to Delaware-area military; all members of the military no matter their state or country of service are welcome to attend.
At last summer's Democratic Jamboree, Claire Snyder-Hall was announced as her party's candidate for the District 6 Senate seat now held by Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes. But it wasn't until last Thursday - some 13 months later - that Snyder-Hall first appeared with Lopez at a public forum.
5 restaurants, 5 sips. 5 bites. 1 specialty shop. 3 hours. What's not to love!?! Reserve your spot now for Lewes restaurant tours by visiting EatingLewes.com or by calling 800-979-3370.
It was all those years before in 1939 that her grandfather Charles Wilson Futcher Senior was killed in the line of duty as a Lewes police officer. Although June Rose never met her grandfather, the stories along with a steady dose of love, fueled her to take action to commemorate his life.
On Aug. 29 the Lewes Mayor and Council had a public meeting pursuant to an agenda published only at the City Hall bulletin board, despite the city's custom to publish notices on its website. Custom leads to expectations and few people knew of the meeting.
The Lewes Planning Commission granted preliminary consent for the 34-lot Highland Heights major subdivision proposed for an 18.34-acre wooded area between Seagull Drive and West Fourth Street. Members voted 6-0 Sept.
Sussex County's "atTAcK addiction" Chapter will hold its first meeting at 7:00pm on Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 in Bethel United Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall, 129 W. 4th Street, Lewes, DE. "atTAcK addiction" is a not-for-profit, proactive group of individuals, and families, who's lives have been impacted by drugs or alcohol.
This Gem is offered at $35,000.00 per surveyed Acre or $24865/unit. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL PARCEL with a GREAT LOCATION! Over 10,000 feet of road frontage on Route 24, Hollymount Road & Sloan Road, 7000+ of which is on both sides of Route 24! Over 10,000 feet of road frontage on BOTH SIDES of Route 24, Hollymount Road & Sloan Road, 7000+ of which is on both sides of Route 24! Route 24 heading south is shown here The landmark, 39 acre, Burton Pond is included in this parcel.
The Salvation Army, Developmental Disabilities Program has announced an art exhibit at Pat's Pizza in Lewes Monday, Sept. 22. The exhibit will feature artwork from the artists of The Salvation Army Creative heARTs program.
A highlight of the season will be the appearance at 2 p.m. Feb. 7 by one of the world's most celebrated young pianists, Ingrid Fliter. Coastal Concerts' upcoming season, which runs from October to March, promises to be one of its most diverse.
The participants in the Sept. 10 Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup include Bette Gallo, David Plivelich, Mary Jarrell, Chris Beagle, Erin Marsh Lee, Judy Eger, Norm Price, Sandy Wright, Michelle Trasatti Hearn, Pat Price, and Alyssa Bishop.
Make plans to attend the Lewes Dragon Boat Festival on Sunday, September 14th at the Lewes Canalfront Park. 30 teams will be racing beginning at 10AM.
The Townsend Team partners husband and wife, Paul and Darlene Townsend , both locals , born and raised in Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. We are generational coastal Sussex Countians with deep roots in this area.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:49 am
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