The Transpeninsular Line:The First Stone Marker of Delaware’s Southern Boundary at Fenwick Island
Have you heard that the monument at the Fenwick Island lighthouse marks the Mason-Dixon Line between Maryland and Delaware and thus, marks the boundary between the North and the South? This is NOT true. ...story on page 1
Tips to reduce stress for improved health and happiness
Stressed out? You’re not alone.
The American Psychological Association writes that three quarters of Americans experience symptoms related to stress in any given month, and that one-third of Americans feel they are living with extreme stress. Some people consider it a badge of honor. Others wish it would just go away. While a bit of stress now and then is to be expected, anyone experiencing chronic day-to-day stress may be inviting serious health problems. ....story on page 6
A True Leader and Visionary
Henrietta Belcher-Stack is a leader and visionary who works to positively impact women facing obstacles from domestic violence awareness and prevention to cancer issues.
Belcher-Stack is a vice president for WSFS and the Millsboro banking office relationship manager. She has held a variety of positions in the banking industry and in business.....story on page 12
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Clayton Theatre Historical Marker
There were several guests present, including Senator Gerald Hocker, Representative John Atkins, County Councilman Vance Phillips, Dagsboro Town Councilman Brian Baull, Dagsboro Mayor Bradley Connor, The Hancock & Campbell Families, other local dignitaries, and present owner of the Clayton Theatre, Joanne Howe.
The Clayton Theatre historical marker is the third marker for Dagsboro, the others are at Katie Helm Park and Prince George’s Chapel. ....story on page 2
Wicomico Bass Club Tournament Helps USMC Toys for Tots
Photo and article submitted by Mike Lackey, LTC US Army, Retired
The Wicomico Bass Club successfully completed its June 22, Annual Benefit Tournament to help gather toys for the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program and to Get More Kids Fishing. The Tournament took place on the Pocomoke River, Byrd Park State Park, in Snow Hill, MD.
More than 30 anglers from MD and DE, including fishers from five local Bass Clubs, participated in this worthy cause. Each angler donated a new toy or piece of fishing equipment to the USMC Toys for Tots Program, for kids from 3 to 15years of age. ...story on page 10
Atlantic Physical Therapy