Greenville & Hockessin Life Summer/Fall 2016 editionJul 05, 2016 08:22AM ● By J. Chambless
In this issue, we have collected stories on a wide variety of topics, ranging from a World War II veteran who has written a book to the opening of a new business in Yorklyn to the celebration of a special anniversary by a nonprofit organization to a look at the hiking and biking opportunities in the area. After years of planning, the Hoffman family of Hockessin have put their talents together to create the Dew Point Brewery, renovating an historic building in the Garrett Snuff Mill in Yorklyn. We look at the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. During that time, the organization has served more than 40,000 families. We feature a story about the Wilmington Trail Club's activities. Meanwhile, the photo essay looks at hiking opportunities in Hockessin, Greenville and Centreville. The subject of the Q&A is Shan Haq, an avid runner who is preparing for his medical boards. We introduce you to Cindy Sardo, whose “Cooking's Cool” kits and curriculum bring healthy dining habits to children across our region – and just might inspire some future chefs. We also meet poet Jill Kimmelman, who carefully crafts poems that celebrate the little things in life and take on some serious issues as well. We also examine a new collection of patent models that are on display at Hagley Museum & Library. Welcome to this issue of Greenville & Hockessin Life!
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Greenville & Hockessin Life Summer 2016 Edition