The Weekly Review – September 5, 2017


 

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSeptember5,2017-2.pdf 

The headlines of the week for Milford: Chamber celebrates freedom this weekend; Locals help Hurricane Harvey victims; Estudiantes aprendiendo Español: Immersion classes continue; Morris students start public school; St. John’s to host 27th Annual Oktoberfest;Boys, Girls Club key for student success;Bayhealth names Shockley as Transition Manager;Community Garden planned for Milford; SSP seeks 2018 Season directors; Avenue Church kicks off Fall; MHS Football looks to keep improving and MHS grad, Jordan, lives a baseball life.

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/WeeklyReviewSeptember5,2017-2.pdf 

 

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