The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, partnering with Mulligan’s Pointe, is proud to announce the return of their much-loved annual Easter Egg Hunt for its 18th year.
Scheduled for Saturday, March 24th, the family friendly event will be held at Mulligan’s Pointe (formerly known as Sussex Pines Country Club), located at 22426 Sussex Pines Road, Georgetown, and feature games, face painting, a moon bounce, and more than 5,000 eggs filled with candy & special prizes. The cost for entry to all games, face painting, moon bounce and more will be $5 per child. The FREE Easter Egg Hunt will have 3 age divisions – ages 3-5; ages 6-9; ages 10-12 – and will begin promptly at 12PM. Don’t forget to bring your own basket!
This year’s event will see a new addition in the form of a “Breakfast with the Bunny” – a buffet breakfast from 9AM – 11AM with the Easter Bunny available for pictures. The breakfast will cost $9.99 for adults, $4.99 for children 3-10, and children 2 & under will be free. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made by calling 302-856-2318 or emailing email@example.com.
Back by popular demand, the Chamber will once again hold a coloring contest for children ages 3-10 with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes going to children across four different age groups. The contest page will be presented in the Sussex Post in the weeks leading up to the event with additional details attached.
“Everyone here at the Chamber, along with numerous volunteers, and the amazing staff & management at Mulligan’s Pointe have been working extremely hard to create another memorable event for 2018,” says Kevin Thompson, Director of Operations for the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. “We couldn’t do it without the help of our volunteers and we are delighted to have Mulligan’s Pointe come on board as a partner. I want to personally invite everyone to Georgetown on March 24th for a fun-filled day of egg hunting, games, and more!”
For more information on the 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, visit www.georgetowncoc.com, call 302-856-1544, or find the event on the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page.
After an absolutely spectacular parade, the judges deliberated and decided on winners in each category. Thank you to everyone that participated or came out to watch. You truly made it a special night!
Adult/Youth Marching or Walking Group:
- First State Community Action Agency
- Sussex Tech JROTC
- Sussex Central Army JROTC
- Sussex Central High School
- Sussex Tech High School
- Sussex Dance Academy
- 262nd Component Repair Company
- Downs Automotive Inc.
- 2017 World Champs Georgetown Senior League Softball Team
- Cypress Heart & Hands 4-H Club
- Sussex Central FFA
- Sussex County Bible Church
- Wesley United Methodist Church
- Calvary Baptist Church
Scouts Marching – Boy:
- Cub Scout Pack 382
- Boy Scout Troop 382
Scouts Marching – Girl:
- Girl Scout Troop 1326
- Girl Scout Troop 1100
Best Theme “Parade of Lights”:
262nd Component Repair Company
Overall Best in Parade:
Sussex Central High School Marching Band
Start decorating your trucks, trailers, boats, people, and everything else because the 2017 Georgetown Christmas Parade is coming! This year’s theme is a “Parade of Lights”, and we have a feeling we’re going to be impressed by all the displays.
The parade steps off at 7PM on Thursday, December 7 with our Grand Marshalls, the 2017 Senior League Softball World Series Champions!
To participate in the parade, download an application below. If you or someone from your organization would like to volunteer to help or donate, please call us at 302-856-1544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download our 2017 Parade Application as well as the 2017 Parade Rules below.
2017 Christmas Parade App
2017 PARADE RULES
It’s sure to be a wonderful event and we can’t wait to see everyone there!
By Glenn Rolfe
GEORGETOWN — Here’s a tip: Count on another bartender battle supporting the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce in the not-so-distant future.
Fun in fundraising was brewing Thursday night at JD Shuckers restaurant as five dignitaries stepped behind the bar in the Celebrity Battle of the Bartenders.
“The place was packed,” said GGCOC treasurer Anthony DelFranco, among the five celebrity bartenders. “A lot of laughs. It was a lot of fun.”
Bartender tips totaled $844 to support the chamber’s activities.
State Sen. Brian Pettyjohn passed the “bar” exam with flying colors, garnering tops-in-tips honors with $211.
That topped the $197 raised by Mr. DelFranco, marketing director for CHEER Inc.
“The senator has his constituency,” chuckled Mr. DelFranco. “He knows how to work his constituents!”
Georgetown Mayor Bill West placed third with $161 in tips followed by Mary Ann Leager of M&T Bank and State Rep. Ruth Briggs-King.
In addition to tips, JD Shuckers pledged to donate 10-percent of bar-area food purchased during the three-hour event to the chamber.
“I think it was very-well attended. The atmosphere was light. It was all in fun,” said Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce president Angela Emerson.
On behalf of the chamber, Mr. DelFranco gave a special shout out to Jamie Davis, owner of JD Shuckers. “His support was tremendous. He was right back there with us, helping us out,” said Mr. DelFranco.
Special kudos also went to regular JD Shuckers bartenders – Mara, Rielly and Bill — who assisted behind the bar and to the many patrons that came out to support the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce.
“I feel really good about the fact that not only did we raise money for chamber and raise that awareness for the chamber but we also helped out one of our chamber members: JD Shuckers,” said Mr. DelFranco. “What is beautiful is really there was no outlay of money; no overhead … a matter of five volunteers coming out and doing it and having support from the community to come out and enjoy the evening while they are supporting the chamber of commerce and Georgetown business.”
Trophies for the top bartenders were donated by Chardon Jewelers in Georgetown.
Speculation is there will be an encore battle.
“We’re looking forward to doing this again. We’re not sure when, probably sometime in late spring,” said Mr. DelFranco.
“We might do this again,” said Ms. Emerson. “It seemed the members had a really good time. That is what it was for, basically a networking event for people to have a good time.”
News Editor Glenn Rolfe can be reached at email@example.com.