Published on August 6, 2014
Contents sw tra A New Creamery Is Scooping Up Business in Bridgeville, Helping to Cool Of Folks raveling to the Beach. Arica’ bordaux Te Owner o Delaware’s Newest Winery alks About Delaware Wine, Family and His Kent County Vineyard’s Future. A narly foro Crah Remembering the 1958 C-133 Crash in Sussex County. good ea WBOC’s Lisa Bryant Shares the Story o an Inspirational Che and One o His Favorite Recipes. 32 9 16 12 Follow Del. Electric Co-op on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube Delaware Living ma ro h edior hanks or reading the second annual edition o Delaware Living, Delaware Electric Cooperative’s magazine that serves as the annual report to members. On the ollowing pages you’ll read about our clean, renewable energy projects and learn about how technology is helping to keep your lights on. We’ll also explore an innovative way crops are being planted rom the air! We’ll take you on a day trip to one o Delaware’s most historic homes, show you around one o my avorite places to eat in Smyrna and visit a spectacular new winery in Kent County. We’ve tried to include stories in the magazine that will appeal to olks rom across our service territory and we hope you enjoy reading this publication. Last year we received numerous questions rom olks asking i Delaware Living was expensive to produce. Te answer is no. We simply eliminated some o our other printing to pay or the additional cost. We are required to print annual reports or our membership, whether in a magazine or booklet ormat. Co-op employees are mindul that we are responsible or every cent we spend. Feel ree to send me an email or call me with comments or story ideas or next year’s edition. Happy reading! Jeremy ucker Editor Phone: 302-349-3162 Email: email@example.com Assistant Editor: eresa McCann On the Cover: Sunset over Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Brian Jesse of Dover.