Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
May 2, 1997     Cape Gazette
PAGE 26     (26 of 88 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 26     (26 of 88 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 2, 1997
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 Dennis Forney photoe Henlopen Grange bestows Citizen Award on Rev. Woodhall The Roy. William D. Woodhall, who served for more than $0 years as pastor of the First Bap- tist Church of Lewes, received the Hen/open Grange's Community Citizen Award at the group's annual recognition night held Wednesday, April 23 at the grange haiL Pastor Wood- hall, in accepting the award, thanked all in attendance and quoted from one of his favorite Biblical pammges - from the apostle Paul: q am what I am by the grace of God." In addition to his pastoring service, the Bob Jones University graduate has been a little league umpire, a volunteer for the Suicide HELp. line, attended the White House Conference on Families, has cendueted Bible studies at Sussex Correctional Institution and has been a regular volunteer for a variety of Boelm Medical Center activlties Above, right, Hen/open Granger Ralph Daub (r) chaired the Community Citizen Award Committee which also included Wilmer Murphy and Dick ]gflllmmn_ Daub presented the award to Pastor Woodhall ahown here on the left, Pas- tor Woodludl's wife, Edna, received the Grange Community Citizen Award a number of years ago. for her volunteer service work at Beebe lVledieal Center. The eveninls festivities also included a talent show with the participants shown her Pie- tured fl-r) are Ashlcigh Marts, piano; Edith Brown who, at 95, played wonderful songs on the -harmon/ca; Jerry M/tehell who played guitar and sang; M/m/Lankford of the Georgetown Grange, a singer;, Jim Bradford, a mlnger;, Ed Balducci, a mandolin player;, and Randy Booth, who played guitar. IVlartz won third, Mitchell second, and Brown took first place. The judges said Brown's tap dancing, done along with her harmon/ca playing, sealed her victory. Senior Single Mingles announce May events vres and entertainment. Call Dor- ry at 436-1711 for tickets. • Monday, May 12 - Dinner at Fishbones, Bethany. Car pool at 6 p.m. from Food Lion. Call Mary. • Thursday, May 15- Shore- birds game and buffet, 7 p.m. Car pool from Food Lion at 5:45 p.m. Call Bob at 539-9614. • Sunday, May 18 - Covered dish and games, 2 p.m. at Bob Bowers. • Wednesday, May 21 - Mini golf outdoors at Shell We Golf, Rt. 1, Rehoboth, with Grotto Pizza afterwards. Car pool from Food Lion at 4:45 p.m. • Saturday, May 31 - Witson's The Senior Singles Mingles, an organization for Delmarva's sin- gle men and women age 50 and over, have released their schedule of events and activities for May. Planned are: • Saturday, May 3 - Dance at the VFW in Ocean View at 8 p.m. Call Mary at 537-9586. • Monday, May 5 - Lunch at Magnolia's. Car pool from Food Lion at 11:30 a.m. • Saturday,May 10 - Cruise on Delaware Bay on the Lewes Princess, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. from Fisherman's Wharf. Fundraiser for CHEER programs. Cost of $25 per person includes hors d'oeu- NARFE to observe Public Auction in Lincoln, and lunch at Pickles. Car pool from Food Lion at 1 p.m. Call Mary. MaY 00a,Y May 1-8 20% OFF All Spring & Summer Clothing & Swimwear Newborn to size 16 n plus Infant Toys .& Gifts for up to 24 months old.. IDS" ETCH 117 2nd St., Lewes 645-8448 OPEN DALLY FREE GIFT WRAP BEACH PLUM GARDENS & NURSEI: Service Recognition Week Public Service Recognition Week will be celebrated May 5 through-May 11 throughout the nation. It is a program sponsored by the Public Employees Ronndtable, an organization whose goal is to edu- c.ate Americans about the quality of people in government and of the services they provide, to en- hance a feeling of unity among public employees and to encour- age interest in public service ca- I'€rs. All four levels of government - federal, state, county and local - will participate in the program. Chapter 1690 of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will be recognizing an employee at their May 21 lun- cheon meeting which will be held at the Rusty Rudder. The employees and the area of government they represent for this year's program are Charles Bartlett, mayor of Bethany Beach; Susan Webb, Director of Ac- counting, Sussex County; Bat Cooper, park administrator, Cape Henlopen State Park and Norma Hickman, Natural Resources Con- servation Service, USDA. These employees will be pre- sented with certificates of appreci- ation by Rep. John Schroeder (D- Lewes). Roses Have Arrived - f and a Large Selection of Crape Myrtle. • Blooming Azaleas • Baled Pine Needles • Shrubs • Trees • Mulch • Annuals • Perennials • Gift & Garden Accessories