Save The Date: Celebration Day Dinner Banquet
In Honor Of Legends Mike Miller, Richard Johnson, Gil Jackson, John Triplett
When: Saturday September 12, 2015
Where: Sheraton Suites Hotel, 422 Delaware Avenue Wilmington, DE 19801 (www.Sheraton.com)
Time: 6pm — 10pm
Cost: $35 Per Person (All You Can Eat Buffet Dinner)
Contact: Mark Sills 302-389-8558, Kenneth Hynson 302-521-3731, Stan Hill 302-824-2527, Natie Watson 302-507-7281
Please Make Checks Payable To Celebration Day & Send To Mark Sills, P.O Box 126, Kenton, DE 19955
Celebration Day Flyer (PDF)
SLIDE SHOW: PASBC, Inc. Hall of Fame
Delaware Girls High School Basketball (2014 – 2015 Season) Top 15 Teams (PDF)
Delaware Boys High School Basketball 2014-2015 Season ~ Class of 2016 Top 40 Juniors (PDF)
Howard Basketball Fundraiser to raise money for student athletes. (Store code: HOWARDHSMENBB14 )
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Howard High School 1985 State Championship:
30th Anniversary Celebration Flyer (PDF)
View Mark Sills 50th Birthday Photo Gallery.
Mark P.Sills President of UrbanYouth Inc was inducted into The Delaware Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame on April 19, 2014. View slideshow!
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Former Smyrna star Betnijah Laney selected 17th in WNBA Draft Dreams can come true anywhere, even at a family-style chain restaurant… (DE Online)
Ex-Piston, first black NBA player Earl Lloyd dies at 86: Earl Lloyd averaged 8.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in 560 regular-season games in nine seasons with Washington, Syracuse and Detroit. (Freep.com)
St. Joe's Molock a Profile in Inner Strength (Philly.com)
A.J. English awaits celebration (The Philadelphia Tribune)
Mayor Kevin Johnson honored by NAACP at symposium featuring sports greats, mentors (The Sacramento Bee)
Delaware Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame induction (DelawareOnline.com)
Del. Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame to induct Mark Sills (The Philadelphia Tribune)
James H. Sills Jr. Bridge Dedication Ceremony
Featuring comments (in order of appearance) by Stephanie T Bolden, Shaileen Bhatt, Chris Coons, Christopher Bullock, Thomas Gordon, Margaret Rose Henry, Robert Marshall, Jea Street, Theo Gregory, Dennis P Williams, and James H Sills Jr.
The North Market Street Bridge was officially renamed after former Wilmington Mayor James H. Sills Jr. Sills was the city's first African-American mayor and served from 1992-2000.
The dedication ceremony was held on Tuesday July 14th. The plaque reads as followed:
Mayor James H. Sills, Jr. Bridge
North Market Street
This bridge is named for Dr. James H. Stills, Jr. to honor his service as a State Legislator, as the first African American Mayor of Wilmington and for his tenure as a Wilmington City Council member. His personal love, commitment and dedication to our city and state are unwavering.
Jim Sills talks with with Norman Oliver, Stormino.net
Urban Youth Inc Fall League Mix
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Mark Sills & Reno Bighorns NBA Development League Player 7'5" Tall Sim Bhullar at The Bob Carpenter at University Of Delaware Pro Basketball Game.
Mark Sills At World Famous Cameron Indoor Stadium