31st Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit Nanticoke Cancer Center...
Nanticoke Health Foundation will host its 31st annual golf tournament on Thursday, September 21 and Friday, September 22, 2017 at Heritage Shores in Bridgeville, Delaware. Thursday’s tournament will be Ladies Day, and Friday’s tournament will be the traditional tournament open to men and women. The tournaments will consist of 18 holes with four-person teams utilizing a handicapped scramble format.
Coming to Bridgeville...
Fabulous 4th Friday in Historic Downtown Bridgeville
June 23, July 28, Aug 25, Sept 22 from 3pm to 7pm
Shopping and Food all on Market Street, band at the Bridgeville Historical Society Park, and the Bridgeville Historical Museum will be open for tours.
Swing Fore a Cause...
Time to dust off the clubs and practice that swing! The Trinity Foundation is teeing up for its Annual Golf Tournament September 30 at Heritage Shores Club in Bridgeville, Del.
The Golf Tournament serves as one of the largest fundraisers for the Trinity Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 2005 by Trinity Logistics team members to better the surrounding community. Since 2005, the Trinity Foundation has donated more than $450,000 to health and wellness, community necessities, and youth activities and leadership.
The format is a four-man scramble at $100 per golfer. Hole and tournament sponsorships are available from $90 and up.
The tournament includes:
• 18 holes of golf
• Golf cart with GPS
• Continental breakfast
• Full lunch buffet
• Complimentary driving range balls
• Goodie bag
• Tournament recognitions and awards
• And more!
For more information about the Trinity Foundation and its upcoming events, visit www.trinitylogistics.com/about-us/trinity-foundation.
UD Supports Home Modification Grants...
CDS offers home modifications to qualified individuals with paralysis-causing conditions
A ramp instead of stairs, a reachable light switch, a wider doorway – small changes to a home can make all the difference to people with paralysis-causing conditions.
Unfortunately, modifications, whether simple or fairly involved, can be too expensive for many. Costs could run to “many tens of thousands of dollars,” says Beth Mineo, director of the University of Delaware’s Center for Disabilities Studies (CDS).
To help cover those costs, the center’s Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative (DATI) created Nowhere Else to Turn, designed to enable qualifying Delawareans to achieve greater independence, freedom of movement and safety. Supported by a $75,000 grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, a leading nonprofit in researching and treating paralysis, Nowhere Left to Turn is now accepting applications for financial assistance in acquiring home modifications.
Those with interest can access the Nowhere Else to Turn home modification application form here and the application informational packet here. A list of qualifying paralysis-causing conditions is located here.
Bands, BBQ and Brews at the Barns
Where are the Barns You Say? The Seaford Historical Society is to host their first Bands, BBQ and Brews Festival at the Barns at the Ross Plantation on Sunday, September 24, 2017.
The event will include live performances by Charlie and the Cool Tones, Bo Dickerson Band, and the Jim Cochran Band.
Food will be offered by Fat Daddy's BBQ and Vanderwende's Farm Creamery. Cash Bar for Wine and Beer.
Tickets are $45 (includes food and concerts) and also available are VIP tickets at $65 for priority seating. No tickets will be sold at the event; must be purchased in advance. For more information and to buy tickets log onto www.seafordhistoricalsociety.com
See You in September Campaign Promotes History...
History is in reach of our beach this summers And there's no better time to highlight all the history you can experience here in Sussex Cuunty, Delaware than during the month between early September and early October, so....
Southern Delaware Tourism has collected all of our history events and tours for the month( almost 100!) attractions and exhibits in one place to make it easy to plan your See You in September adventures!
So if you have family and friends visiting, or if just want to plan some fun day trips for yourself, come and take advantage of midweek tours, presentations and museum hours.
Click on the icon below to find the full itinerary.
2017 Apple Scrapple Festival on October 13th & 14th...
We are getting very excited for our 26th annual Apple Scrapple Festival on Friday, Oct 13th and all day Saturday, Oct 14th.
Vendors! We are looking for you! There are three areas to choose from: Apple Scrapple's Trade Show, Senior Center Outside Show, and the Trinity Church Craft Show. Our Trade Show is filling up fast. Currently, we have reached our limit on LulaRoe, Lipsense, Scentsy, Papparazzi, Origami Owl, and all hand-made jewelry, Usborne Books, and essential oils.
For more details and registration forms, log onto http://www.applescrapple.com/messagecenter/vendoropportunities
Bridgeville's Upcoming 11th Annual Charity Open Golf Tournament...As a Greater Seaford Chamber member, we would like to encourage Chamber participation in this charity Tournament and have attached a flyer with information to be forwarded to all members. We are anxious to support our local Bridgeville Service Clubs with the proceeds and we trust there will be Chamber members who would like to assist us in that goal. To register CLICK HERE
Pink Walk Kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness!
On Monday, October 2, 2017 at sunset, the community is invited to join Nanticoke Cancer Care Services and the City of Seaford for the annual Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness Walk to “Turn Sussex Pink” and kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The walk brings community members together to honor breast cancer survivors and remember those who lost their battle with breast cancer. Participants are encouraged to wear pink and will be given a pink light to carry throughout the three-block walk along a lighted path from the Nanticoke Cancer Care Center to Gateway Park, which will be decorated with pink lights and ribbons.
The walk will end with a ceremony at Gateway Park that will include opening remarks, a proclamation, a presentation from a featured speaker who is a cancer survivor and an inspirational performance by a soloist. For more information about the walk or for help scheduling a mammogram, call Nanticoke’s Cancer Nurse Navigator at 302-629-6611, extension 3765.
Schedule your Ribbon Cutting and Business Networking Mixer for 2017 NOW!!! Our networking mixers are an excellent way to have our members support local and get to know your business and staff.