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I h,A ...... L 4, tSS ss c a e , eature on three county maps. This one- mith nd Sons to host Holiday Open H 1 of-a-kind book includes a fore- word by Delaware's own U.S. TS Smith and Sons likes to cel- one in all price ranges, rides throughout the event. Book signing with Russ McCabe Vice President Joseph R. Biden. ebrate the changing seasons, and and Kevin Fleming Fleming and McCabe will be on the holidays are no exception. Holiday musk gets things going Woodbridge High FFA poinsettias Readers, historians, explorers hand to meet the public and sign From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, The Phillis Wheatley Middle The Woodbridge High School and proud Delawareans will be books. Dec. 1, the farm market will be School Choir will perform Ca- Chapter of Future Farmers of able to get a copy of the limited- transformed into a one-stop vorite holiday tunes from 10 a.m. America will stock the TS Smith edition book "Landmarks and Locally produced wine shopping experience for unique, to noon. During last year's event, greenhouse with poinsettias in Legacies," a compilation of pho- Shoppers can enjoy a glass of high-quality gifts with local ap- they were singing "Here Comes several colors for shoppers to tography by Kevin Fleming and one of Great Shoals Winery's peal. Santa Claus" when Santa and choose from. This is a one-day content written by Pam George. award-winning wines and pur- There will be fresh local pro- Mrs. Claus arrived by tractor- sale and has sold out in the past. The significance of Delaware chase a bottle or gift pack for that duce, farm market favorites, ap- pulled wagon to thrill the chil- Other holiday greenery will be history is shown through historic pie cider donuts, tasty fresh- dren who lined the street, available as well. sites selected by Delaware histo-Continued on page 47 pressed cider and more, and Santa and Mrs. Claus will stay nonprofit groups and communi- at the farm market from noon to ty partners will offer something 2 p.m. to meet kids ofall ages and 4"_ special for everyone. Like all TS to hear what they wish for. Shop- Smith events, there will be things pers should bring their cameras. to enioy for free, making it easy Tom Smith recalls, "Last year, we • to get in the holiday spirit, shop, had a nearly 90-year-old girl tell enjoy samples and avoid the Santa what she wanted." crowds. Santa's helpers will be Weather permitting, the public on hand to offer thoughtful and will be invited to take free wagon unique ideas for gifts for every- A ....... 1 SUPPORTS DEC. 1 CHRISTMAS TOUR \AUCTION ! ' .......... SUBMITTED PHOTO SHOWN AT THE LEWES HISTORICAL SOCIETY (I-0, Lynda A.Messick, president & CEO of Community Bank Delaware, presents a check to Barb TAX PARCEL Shelton, development assistant of the Lewes Historical Society, and Mike Di- Paolo, executive director of the Lewes Historical Society, in the amount of #3-31 -5.00-107.00 (City of Seaforcl $3,ooo to support the society's Christmas Tour of Lewes. "We are very grateful for Community Bank's support of the society. There ~t" Very Lg. Commercial Parcel on Western Sussex will be seven houses throughout historic Lewes On the Dec. I tour, along with Co.'s Busiest Commercial Artery the society's properties. Homeowners have worked hard to decorate their houses and are looking forward to welcoming the public to view their homes. ~ Big Box Stores in Close Proximity COmmunity Bank of Delaware's generosity will allow us to carry on a Lewes Terrific Traffic Counts holiday tradition," said DiPaolo. For more information about the society, go to or calt 'A" In Commercial Corridor, But Close to Downtown 302-645-7670. ~' Unimproved Parcel • k Time is of the Essence OPEN HOUSE Regarding Ciosing Date Info Seminar Caring for your European Import NOTICE: P"'-------'urchasers are ~l~r~mliiml~ollq ~__.~. ~.,I ~L j~ is our Specialty! responsible for their own due diligenceI jk'/~" on si[e ~ regarding city services, construction?,l Sun ., r uv. Diagnostic & Mechanical Service Specialist oppo ,,n, es, water, sewer, environmenta, i A " P 'issues DelDotandanyorALLduediligencc!! ~" 1 3 m with over 25 years experience. '.Fr,, Nov. 30th, IJCENSE nOKEnS:I . 2-4pm T . Complete Broker Cooperation. 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