Ready for a marvelous night out

Editor Logan Anderson MugDo you want to have that marvelous night with an apparently marvelous man or men? Then you have to go to and or support the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition and Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford’s Girls Night Out on May 1 at the Harrington Raceway & Casino.

I have been selected as one of Milford’s Marvelous Men — Clark Kent/Me will be there and need support from everyone to fight kryptonite/cancer.
E-mail me at landerson@newszap.com, stop by my office at 37 A. North Walnut Street in Milford – buy tickets to the event, a $5 raffle ticket to win a great weekend at the beach or help me fight cancer by making a donation to the cause in my name.

Buy tickets and sport your best Clark Kent/Superman/Logan B. Anderson garb to show your support for me and the Milford Chronicle and The (Harrington) Journal — not that I am giving away my potential theme for the evening — but that would be great. And of course bid to have a special dance with me.

The Girls Night Out is in its fourth year and is looking to be another sold out event.marvlous men

The tickets are $30.

The event has improved each year, tickets to the May 1 night out will include, a seat, keepsake photo, refreshments, games and entertainment.
For more information and tickets, you can also call 302-422-3344 or visit www.milfordchamber.com.

Remember to mention my name when you place your ticket order.

Printing challenges

I’d like to say a special thank you to our readers last week that waited patiently for their papers to arrive.

On Monday night, March 30, just as the Milford Chronicle was about to meet the presses, they broke down.

It took a couple of days to find the correct part, but the folks in charge of our printing operation tell me that all is up and running.

Thanks again, hopefully we won’t encounter any other challenges this week.

Managing Editor Logan B. Anderson can be reached at landerson@newszap.com. Follow @LoganBAnderson on Twitter.

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