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Greenville & Hockessin Life

Greenville & Hockessin Life Summer/Fall 2015 issue

Jul 08, 2015 09:08AM ● By J. Chambless
We hope you enjoy the stories in this issue as much as the writers and photographers enjoyed preparing them! As always, we welcome your comments and suggestions for future stories, and we are looking forward to bringing you our next issue, which will arrive in early December. For now, begin your exploration:
Jim OBrien and Michele Wales manage various aspects of running Coverdale Farm

Coverdale Farm looks to the past to explore the farm of the future

Expanded hours and offerings make the farm a destination for healthy foods Read More » 


Hockessin resident Leah Awitan and her daughters Marlena and Ava

Her truest self 

Hockessin resident Leah Awitan has found herself drawn to creativity. For her, the camera is a vessel through which her own creativity comes shining through. Read More » 


Steam shrouds a Stanley as it starts out on a tour

Confessions of a Stanley Steamer passenger

Ride along in these historic steam-powered cars, but expect some complications along the way. Read More » 


Hockessin author releases debut novel - Jun 09 2015 0207PM

Hockessin author releases debut novel 

Young adult novel was published in June.


The Infant Swimming Resource ISR is a nationally recognized course that teaches children as young as six months to flip over and float to prevent themselves from drowning

Infant swim lessons save lives

There have been 800 stories where a child who has undergone training survived a potentially life-threatening incident in water. Read More » 


The Somerville-Manning Gallery is presenting a show of works from its collection during the summer

A world of art on view at Somerville-Manning in Greenville

Even in the summer gallery off-season, you can be sure of finding something spectacular at the Somerville-Manning Gallery. Read More » 


Drip Cafe owner and operator Greg Vogeley beside The Brunch Box the Cafes new food truck

Drip Cafe's road show is coming to your neighborhood

When it opened two years ago, Drip Cafe in Hockessin launched a new food sensation, with a healthy menu and a funky vibe. Now, it's taking its act directly to the people. Read More » 



Michelle Taylor with Dr Jill Biden and Sharon Hakes

Q&A: Michelle Taylor, CEO of United Way of Delaware

'We believe that the energy level and momentum of this year’s campaign is at an all-time high.' Read More » 


Carolyn Bennett Sullivan

Awaken, ignite, own

Carolyn Bennett Sullivan of Hockessin has written a book that has already helped hundreds of people work to eliminate fear. Now, she's about to reach thousands more. Read More » 


Participants from the Delaware KIDS Fund 5K in 2014

5K run/walk set for Aug 1

Proceeds benefit The Delaware KIDS Fund


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