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    "Helen Waite" sounds familiar... Doesn't she work in the offices of Dewey, Cheetham, & Howe?

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    Helen Waite, the Female Bowler of The Year, rolled a perfect game on 9/27/2000 in the Wednesday Nite Swingers League.

    On 1/29/2001, Helen bowled a 298 in the Wise Chips Doubles.

    10/29/2004 - 299

    11/5/2004 - 825
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    Helen Waite


    Helen started work for JCFM in October 1999. Since starting Helen has been learning all client aspects of the business.
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    Ralph Waite
    Ralph Waite is the grandson of the founder of our funeral home. He ran the business for many years before he retired in 1998. He is very active in the American Legion, Ohio Boys State and the Rotary Student Exchange Program.

    E-mail: ralph@waitefuneralhome.com Helen Waite
    Helen Waite is married to Ralph and is the mother of their twin sons, Harold and Darrell. Helen recently retired as secretary and office manager, but continues to be active by answering the phone in the evening and helping as needed in the two offices. She is active in Medina United Methodist Church and with her family.

    E-mail: helen@waitefuneralhome.com Harold A. Waite
    Harold A.Waite and Darrell L.Waite are twin brothers and Harold is a funeral director managing the Medina Chapel. He is married to Nanette and has three children: Meredith, Christopher and Crystal. He is active in the Medina United Methodist Church, Medina Kiwanis and the Boy Scouts. His interests are boating, flying and biking.

    E-mail: harold@waitefuneralhome.com Darrell L. Waite
    Darrell L. Waite has been with the funeral home since 1970. He is currently manager of the Brunswick Chapel, Director of Public Relations and Manager of Funeral Planning and Pre-Need. He is married to Carolyn who is a legal secretary and he has three children: Andy, Brad and Catie. Darrell is very involved in the community. He is an Eagle Scout, so BSA is a priority as well as both the Medina and Brunswick Chambers of Commerce, Brunswick Rotary and Medina Jaycees where he was Man of the Year. He sings in the choir of Medina United Methodist Church and enjoys golf, skiing, boating and other outdoor sports.

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    Husband: Charles P. Waite Born: 22 JUL 1838 at: Married: 9 MAY 1861 at: Northampton, Massachusetts Died: FEB 1863 at: White Oaks Father: Mother: Other Spouses: NOTES Wife: Helen M. Shumway Born: 12 DEC 1842 at: Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts Died: at: Father:Daniel S. Shumway Mother:Achsah L. Lynds Other Spouses: CHILDREN Name: George Edward Waite Born: 6 JAN 1862 at: Married: at: Died: at: Spouses:
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    Minutes of PVHA Community/Board Meeting of August 11, 2004


    Time and place: 7:00 p.m. at the Lewes Presbyterian Church meeting room
    Members in attendance: Board members Jim Sleasman, Joe Hoechner, John Bitzer,
    Maria Simoes, David Weber
    Approximately 40 property owners were present.

    MINUTES

    INTRODUCTION – Helen Waite, Waite Designs

    The meeting was called to order by President Jim Sleasman at 7:00 p.m... He introduced the
    speaker for the evening, Helen Waite, a local landscape designer who teaches at the Academy of
    Lifelong Learning and also owns a landscaping business. She is available for extensive designs
    or hourly consultations.
    In her presentation which included slides of a garden in Pilottown Village, Ms. Waite stressed the
    importance of consulting with clients regarding their personal tastes and needs. Also important
    is an analysis of soil on the site and consideration of house design.
    The garden design of Barbara Passikoff and Sandra Pace was used as a model for the talk.
    Irrigation was a part of their plan as was low maintenance plantings. The selection of plant life
    considered color combinations, texture, height and invasiveness. Although Ms. Waite
    supervises the implementation of the landscape design, the actual installation is subcontracted
    to other experts and vendors.
    The presentation included time for questions regarding individual gardening challenges
    confronted by community members.

    READING OF THE MINUTES

    After the presentation, the meeting continued with the reading of the July minutes waived and
    approved. The treasurer’s report was also approved.

    NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR COMMITTEE

    Linda Rathmanner of the Neighbors Committee reported that the first Welcoming Packet was
    distributed to new residents on Blue Heron Drive. We also learned that volunteers are needed
    for an at-risk program for 3-4 graders at Lewes Presbyterian Church. High school students help
    with the use of the computer and professionals are available for assistance.

    ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE

    Joe Hoechner, Chair of the Architectural Review Committee, received two inquiries regarding
    fences. Also, lots 39 and 42 on Canary Court are being developed.

    COMMON GROUNDS COMMITTEE

    John Bitzer, chair of Common Grounds, reported that the areas are being mowed every two
    weeks at present.

    COVENANTS REVIEW

    Jim Sleasman reported that the covenants are being reviewed for consolidation and will be
    presented to the community for approval. The by-laws and incorporation materials are scheduled
    for review and revision also

    UNFINISHED BUSINESS

    Option 3 was selected by the community in the sign voting process and Quillen Signs should
    have the sign erected in late September or early October.

    The community computer and printer have been placed with Dave Weber. All data is on record
    for future reference by the present Board and future Boards. A newsletter is ready to be
    distributed by block leaders throughout the community.

    NEW BUSINESS

    Interest has been expressed for lighting of the community sign. Jim Sleasman is in the process
    of receiving estimates for the actual lighting and the electrical connection. If the cost is too high,
    and if all other considerations are favorable, the project could be divided into a two-year
    budgetary item. It was recommended that preparing the area for the lighting and installing the
    lighting should be done before the sign is installed to prevent damage to the sign at a later date.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Volunteers are needed to remove the junipers from the common area at Pilottown Road.

    A landscape plan for that area will be needed after the community sign is installed.

    The tax ditch along the Rollins property, not the Highland Acres property, is being cleared. This
    involves a 20-foot easement in that area. The Board of Public Works will repair damaged pipe
    along Canary Drive. There is a need for no-parking signs along Canary Drive to prevent
    damaging the pipe in the future.

    QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FROM COMMUNITY

    Residents are concerned about the incidents regarding stolen items from cars parked in
    driveways in our community. These incidents have occurred and the police recommend locking
    cars and homes at all times.

    Jim Sleasman asked if any interest in CPR classes should be investigated. Mr. Frank Long will
    investigate possibilities for CPR courses. Information was shared about existing classes in CPR at
    the Delaware Fire School in Dover and also at Beebe Hospital.

    ADJOURNMENT

    The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m.


    Respectfully submitted,

    Maria Q. Simoes
    Approved ___________________________
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    Aquarian Age Stories for Children

    "Let the Whole Wide Earth Rejoice"

    by

    Helen Waite





    Music always enchanted the Fairies, and for a long time five of them stood quietly, knee-deep in the grasses beneath an open, stained- glass window, and listened to the children sing. None of the boys and girls within, rehearsing their songs for the Easter Service, knew that they were there.

    The clear young voices melted into the air, and the Fairies stood with reverently lifted faces, and listened to every word of praise as the children sang.
    • "He is risen, He is risen,
      Tell it out with joyful voice;
      He has burst His three day's prison,
      Let the whole wide earth rejoice."



    The Fairies drifted up to the window sill, impelled there by the beauty and enchantment of the music. They stood in a straight row on the narrow ledge, their faces lifted in worship to meet the loving power of the Risen Christ, and still the children did not know they were there. Even after the music stopped and the girls and boys prepared to go home, not one of them noticed the little elf-like creatures watching them.

    As the Fairies watched they listened, too, to hear what the music teacher told the children.

    "When you march in tomorrow morning," she said, "each of you will carry a potted Easter Lily." The boys and girls clapped their hands for very joy. "And," continued the teacher, "when you reach the platform you will please place your flower-pots just so. She walked over to the platform and the children followed, to learn what they must do.

    But the Fairies did not wait to see or hear any more. They floated gracefully to the ground and sped away, to gather some proper equipment to help with the great occasion. There was no time to lose, because the very next day was Easter Sunday.

    With no trouble at all the Fairies walked into a tree, and in a few minutes out they came again. One of them carried a broom. It was made from feather-down, as soft as new rain. "I shall sweep the leaves of the Lilies and make them shine," he sang.

    The second Fairy held a dust cloth. It was a large and lacy one, made entirely of delicately woven cobwebs.

    "I shall dust the petals, one by one," he said, "and they will be radiantly white for Easter Morn."

    Their leader almost stumbled out of the tree trunk, so great was his load. He carried an enormous cake of ferndew soap, and a brush with spun- moon-beam bristles, and a towel that dragged on the earth beneath his feet, it was so large.

    The other two Fairies had healing hands. They used them to restore the wounded and discolored plants to beauty. They had loving hearts and the whisper of gentle voices with which to invite insects out from the buds and flowers where they often sleep. All the Fairies had a joyous sense of their own responsibility to make the Lilies as beautiful as possible for Easter Day.

    "Does anyone know where the potted Lilies are?" asked the elf with the broom. No one knew!

    "Whatever shall we do!" the others cried out in dismay.

    Their leader spread his towel on the ground, and crossed his legs as he sat down on it to think.

    "Hurry!" he shouted at last. "Get back to the window sill before it is too late. Perhaps we shall hear more of what the music teacher tells the children."

    In a cloud of hope and happiness the Fairies flew up to peer into the window again but, alas, it was too late. There was NO one in sight. Once more their leader sat cross-legged on the towel to think.

    "There are more windows!" he cried. And away went the Fairies to peep into all the other rooms. In front of one was a table, and a telephone, and the music teacher. The Fairies eagerly listened to what she had to say.

    "Is this the Merryweather Flower Shop?" she asked into the telephone, and the little elves nearly tumbled off the window sill from excitement. They were so excited they didn't even hear her ask about the Lilies. But then another voice, distant and far away, drifted out of the receiver into the teacher's ear, and by that time the Fairies were composed enough to hear.

    "Those twenty-five potted lilies will be ready for the children early Sunday morning," said the far-away voice, and the four little people didn't wait to hear any more. They flew to the ground and clustered about their leader, telling him all that they had heard.

    "Continue your usual work," he said, "until sundown. When the last ray is drawn into the evening sky, meet me here. Meanwhile I will locate this Merry-weather Flower Shop, and I will return to lead you there in the quietude of night."

    They all agreed, and four Fairies returned to their customary work of forming the leaves and flowers of the plants and trees. Their leader floated away on his towel, for all the world like a magic carpet. While he was gone the others could think of nothing but the potted Lilies, and the children, and the voices of the children as they sang. They hummed into the ears of every flower they worked upon, instilling into each a love for the resurrected life. Many beautiful forms came into being as they softly sang:


    • "Blessed Lord, let all adore Thee,
      Saints on earth and saints in heav'n;
      Every creature bow before Thee,
      Who has all their being giv'n."


    The birds heard, and the butterflies heard, and the bees and insects heard. One by one they lifted the joyous refrain into the air, filling the world with their music. And so it was that the whole wide earth rejoiced.

    In the meantime the Fairy leader had located the Merryweather Flower Shop. Inside, all in a stately row, stood twenty-five not-so-large flower pots. In each one was a tall white lily. The Elf lifted his eyes to say, "Thank you," and as he looked into the sky the Sun drew its last ray into the evening calm. In a shorter time than it takes to whistle astonishment, the Fairy leader was back with his flock.

    "Everything is ready," he announced. "We will go to Mr. Merryweather's place at once."

    All night long he and his helpers worked in the Flower Shop, sweeping and dusting and scouring until all the potted Lilies shone. They opened the buds to filter in some light, and many of the insects flew away. Their healing hands tenderly repaired the blooms that were wounded and discolored, and they breathed an evening blessing on every one. When the first Sun-ray unfolded to brighten the Shop on Easter morning, every lily was clean and whole and radiantly white.

    The leader of the Fairies sat cross-legged on a leaf, to survey the work that they had accomplished. The broom and the dust cloth continued to polish where there was more need. A few more insects were coaxed out of a bud; a pair of healing hands transformed the last wounded blossom into health, and the Fairies declared that their work was done.

    "It is good," they said, "for now even the Lilies will sing of the risen Christ."

    They returned to their tree home and awaited the ringing of the chimes that called the people to the Easter Service. Dressed in their Sabbath best the Fairies seated themselves in silence on the sill before the open window, to join in the worship. No one in the congregation suspected they were there. They were all looking at a wreath of bright red roses against a pure white cross.

    A golden star, luminous against a lovely blue, glistened like a halo of light and love behind the flowery cross, and the Fairies' tiny mouths whispered little round, fervent "O-o-o- 's." The organ music vibrated throughout the room, and resounded in every heart, as the children came marching in. The boys and girls, each carrying a shining Easter Lily, were singing more triumphantly than they ever had before. "Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
    Christ is risen from the dead."
    And the Fairies heard the Lilies singing, too.

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    Annual Award winners were as follows:

    ¨ Bowler of the Year - Helen Waite

    ¨ Hall of Fame - Gail Gonyo

    ¨ Achievement Award - Caenwyn Williams

    ¨ Secretary of the Year - Joan Warner

    ¨ Old Timers Award - Bernice Williams (81 years young)

    ¨ High Season Average - Donna Patnode

    ¨ High Season Game - Helen Waite

    ¨ High Season Series - Helen Waite

    Some of the City tournament winners are:

    Class A Doubles - Shelia O’Connor and Dawn Devoe

    Class B Doubles - Laurie Bruce and Priscilla Gould

    Class C Doubles - Bev Paradise and Tammy Manney

    Class A Singles - Joan Smead

    Class B Singles - Fay Graham

    Class C Singles - Donna Brockway

    All Events Class A - Helen Waite

    All Events Class B - Fay Graham

    All Events Class C - Donna Brockway

    High Scratch Series - Helen Waite

    High Scratch Game - Dawn Devoe





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    I opened this up thinking, "Wow, really?" I've been had....
    I am in need of some Disney magic!!

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    Mrs Helen Waite

    What I love about Caribbean food is the good taste that really makes your mouth water.Mrs Helen Waite
    Helen from Small Heath in Birmingham, is from the Caribbean island of Jamaica. She has lived in England for 39 years. Her favourite Caribbean dish is curry goat and rice.
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    2005 Calendar


    January: Front Row - Marina Clark, Violet Paul, Helen Patterson, Anne Cross, Ernestine Cross, Roger Elliot, and Dale Wright.
    Back Row - Wally Wright, Buddy Wright, and Daryl Wright.(ca1944)

    February: Snow Storm (Feb of 1943).

    March: Burrell Waite's truck plowing snow in the Harbour.

    April: Six (6) Photographs: 1) Anne & Ernestine Cross; 2) Children at Moose Island; 3) Helen & Arletta Patterson; 4) Ethelyn Kelson, Gloria Waite, & Florence Eldridge (1941); 5) Clyde Kennedy and Helen Waite; and 6) Dickson children (Lena, Emma (Bun) & Amy).

    May: Two (2) Photographs: 1) O'Brien family (Anna, Sarah, Audrey, Ted, Wilda & Frank) and 2) Phyllis Hawkins and Clara Turner.

    June: Boats tied up between the two wharves (June of 2003).

    July: School Photograph (1922) - Students (Dolph Hawkins, Burrell Waite, Eugene Eldridge, John Waite, Blanche Nodding, Keith Wright, Winston Cross, Laura Best, Miss Torrie Barnett (Teacher), Roland Cross, Parker Kennedy, Nina O'Neill, Leora McNichol, Thelma Wright, Emerson Wright, Ralph O'Brien, Herbert Eldridge, Howard Wright, Gordon Eldridge, Weldon Paul, Florence Campbell, Melvin Wright, Myrtle Eldridge, Georgie Best, Leonard Barry, Douglas Waite, & Byron Nodding).

    August: Grade One Class of 1943 50th Year Reunion - Ronnie Hawkins, Enid Wright (teacher), Gloria Holland, Ruth Allen, Joyce Hawkins, Glenna Absolam, Frances Spear, Verna Bell, and Florence Hawkins.

    September: Collapsed Wharf (1943)

    October: Five (5) Photographs: 1) Eldridge family (Hugh John, Margaret, Edna, Weyman & Bertha); 2) Lynne, Osborne & Ruby Hawkins and Bruce & Janice Eldridge; and Lenora Theriault (ca1952); 3) Vicky Barry, Barbara Waite, Winnie Paul, Pearl & Wendy Barry, Coralie, Ruby, & Anita Hawkins; 4) Nancy Eldridge, June McNichol, Carole Eldridge, Rosalind Theriault, Eloise Wright, Lorraine Wright, Brenda Wright, and Donna Mahar; and 5) Arnold Hawkins, Almon Hawkins & Naylor Hawkins (3 generations).

    November: Veterans Remembered - 1) Aubrey and Kathleen Barry; 2) Milton Barry & Carmen Eldridge; 3) John Waite; 4) Floyd Hawkins; 5) Osborne Waite; and 6) Ronald Price.

    December: View of Beaver Harbour.

    In Memory Of: 1) Av & Alberta Eldridge; 2) Sarah Enda Waite; 3) Shirley Fraser; 4) Perry Hawkins; 5) Doug Waite; 6) Burrell Waite; 7) John Waite; 8) Lev & Juanita Bates; 9) Dolph Hawkins; 10) Amy Dickson; 11) Carl Tracy Jr.; 12) Troy McGarrigle; 13) Chummy & Bea French; 14) Louis Feeney; and 15) Art & Lena Hawkins.
    Lord High Keeper of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong, Counselor in Moments of Temptation, and Guide along the Straight and Narrow Path and Oldest Active DWT/WDW Radio Member

    DL: 1955* (1); WDW: 1977* (2), 1980* (2), 1985* (3), 1989* (3), 1996 (ASMu-3), 1999 (ASMo-3), 2000 (ASMu-2/PO-2), 2001 (ASMu-5), 2002 (ASMu-5), 2003 (ASMo-5), 2004* (8), 2004 (ASMo-8), 2005 (PC-10), 2006* (15), 2007* (20), 2008* (22), 2009* (26), 2010* (27), 2011* (32), 2012* (39), 2013* (36), 2013* (15), 2013* (9), 2013* (13), 2014* (40) Total Trips/Days = 26/353

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