Saturday, April 25, 2015

From The Salisbury Times April 25 1945

Robert L. Webster, Lewis E. Daugherty, William Rapp, Samuel lee Collins

Balloon For Lauren Hill Found In Delmar



LAWRENCEBURG, IN (FOX19) -
Hundreds of balloons were launched from the Lawrenceburg Levee Wednesday in hope to spread awareness about DIPG and Lauren Hill's legacy.
One of the balloons from that launch was found 631 miles away stuck in a tree outside of Angela Whitmore's house in Delmar, Del.

"I found a balloon at my house yesterday. It was stuck to a tree. The card said to let you know where I found it. Sorry to hear about Lauren," Whitmore said on the Launch for Lauren Facebook page.
Whitmore says in the Facebook post that she lives right on the line of Maryland and Delaware and that she is only 30 minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean.
Organizers launched the balloons on April 22 at exactly 7:22 p.m., 22 was Hill's number.  They say the launch was used as an opportunity to say thanks for her contribution to cancer research and awareness.
Hill, the Mount Saint Joseph University basketball player who helped raise more than $1 million for cancer research, passed away on April 10. She was 19 years old.


She played four collegiate-level basketball games and brought awareness to an incredibly rare form of brain cancer, DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma), all while battling the disease herself. As a senior at Lawrenceburg High School, Lauren was diagnosed with DIPG only 49 days after signing on to play at MSJ.


picked up from AZ family.com

Friday, April 24, 2015

TGIF


DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE News Release

Grants available for Delaware fruit and vegetable research and marketing

DOVER – About $326,000 in federal funding is now available for projects to help produce, market or access Delaware-grown fruit, vegetables and certain other crops. The Delaware Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program through June 4.

The program, funded through the federal Farm Bill, covers products known as specialty crops, including fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture and nursery crops, including floriculture. Projects may run for one to three years, with funding available between $5,000 and $50,000 per project.

Applications must be submitted by agricultural producers, nonprofit organizations, government entities, for-profit companies or educational institutions based in Delaware or with a business or educational affiliation here. Funding cannot be used for field crops, such as corn and soybeans, or animal agriculture.

An informational grant workshop will be held 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 29 at the Delaware Department of Agriculture, 2320 South DuPont Highway, Dover.

Past Delaware projects have included research on heat-tolerant lima bean varieties, work to improving sales of local produce in Wilmington, expanding a community-supported agriculture program, research on blueberry varieties, and advertising to promote locally run farm stands.

Applications are available at de.gov/scbg, or from DDA marketing specialist JoAnn Walston at 302-698-4592 or joann.walston@state.de.us. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. June 4. A review team will rank applications for a final decision.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Delmar Delaware Board Of Adjustment Tomorrow Night 7:30 PM




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Dallas Deep Creek At Memories


Too Much Rain


Delmar Boy Scouts 1944

8 Delmar Scouts Pass 2nd Class tests

Delmar, Mar 22 - Eight Scouts of Delmar troop 174 passed their second class tonight before a board of review held in Delmar (Del.) High School.  Chairman Raymond Wilkinson, David M. Green, J. E. McClaine, Jr. and Granville Brumbly held the review.  The Scouts passing the test were: Kenneth Ellis , Richard Maddox, John Ellis, Raymond Kellam, Vaughn Dennis, Frank Bradley, John Downing, and David Hastings.   

Scoutmaster Daniel G. Culver gave his annual financial report and progression of the troop to the board.

From the Salisbury Times March 22, 1944

Fundraising For delmar Heritage Day Festivities

Fundraiser- The Town of Delmar will be having a Sub Sale Fundraiser. For $6.00 you can purchase a 6" sub- either Italian, Ham & Cheese or Turkey & Cheese, with lettuce, tomato & mayo, and comes with chips and soda (regular or diet) or bottled water. Town Hall is currently taking orders and will be until Monday, April 27th. Subs can be picked up at Town Hall on Friday, May 1st. We will also be selling candy bars for $1.00. Choices are Hershey's Milk Chocolate, Plain and with Almonds, Reese's, Kit Kat, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, Twix and Milky Way. Sponsored by Delmar Pizza with the proceeds going towards Heritage Day Festivities. Orders of 4 or more subs will be delivered by our Mayors. Pick up and delivery times are from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Thank you in advance for your orders.

QUARTER AUCTION! MAY 23,2015 DELMAR VFW...TO BENEFIT DELMAR PUBLIC LIBRARY CAPITAL CAMPAIGN. DOORS OPEN 5 PM, AUCTION STARTS 6 PM. SEE NOTICE SECTION FOR MORE DETAILS.   May 16, 2015-9:00 am. Delmar Citizen Participation Day. Project:- Delmar Historic Building Renovation. Scrape building of flaking paint in preparation for painting contractor. The purpose is to renovate the building to house Delmar Historic Museum and to hold community based civic organization meetings. Contact the Clerk at Town Hall to sign up. Interested parties (18 years and older) are requested to provide your contact information on the sign-up sheet.

From the Town of Delmar Website

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Do It


Imagine you are 99 years old, on your deathbed. All of a sudden you have the chance to come back to right now.  What would you do?
Whatever you answer is exactly what you should be doing.

— 
Chris Carmichael