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ASSATEAGUE- Hundreds of fitness enthusiasts descended on the resort area last week for a pair of highly successful events including the Ocean City 5-Mile Boardwalk Run on Saturday followed by the Assateague Assault Triathlon on Sunday. The two events were produced by OC Tri-Running, the same organization that produces the annual Ocean City Half-Marathon, and are part of a year-long … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- The 30th Annual Ocean City Shark Tournament last weekend was a rousing success with near-perfect weather conditions and calm seas yielding plenty of big fish at the scales and scores more caught and released. The bar was set early when angler Paul Seaberger of Ocean City and the crew aboard the “All In” weighed a 471-pound mako on … Continue reading
707 Sports Bar & Grille Old Bridge Road, West OC June 25: Overtime Saturday: Karaoke With Hey Mick Angler, The • Talbot St. On the bay June 25: Electric Company, 9 p.m. June 26 & Sunday, June 27: Leverone Sunday: Local’s Social With DJ Rusty Griswald Buxy’s Salty Dog • 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. June 25: Aaron Howell Band … Continue reading
Linda Ayers, representing Washington College in Chestertown, presented the Washington College Book Award to junior William (Billy) Tyler at the Worcester Preparatory School Academic Convocation. The award is presented to a student who has shown excellence in the field of writing about history.
Berlin Intermediate School held its 13th Annual Honors Celebration for students who made Honor Roll and Principals List throughout the school year. At the celebration, students were also honored with a sportsmanship award, in conjunction with Ocean City Parks and Recreation. Pictured with OC Councilman Lloyd Martin, Recreation Supervisor Hondo Handy and Principal Dr. John Gaddis are students Christina Romano, … Continue reading
Worcester Prep rising junior Alex Ternahan, left, and rising senior Chris Fisher have been selected for the 2010 Free State Top 44 Team. The tryouts for the team are a three-step process. During the first day of tryouts, each school in Maryland is allowed to send eight players to compete for the team. During the second tryout, they cut the … Continue reading
Students from Ocean City Elementary School’s social skills group enjoyed a field trip to Applebee’s. Students practiced skills they have learned such as turn taking, topic maintenance, using good manners and being courteous to others. Pictured are Tommy Gjoni, Joe Meyers, educator Debbie Quilter, Serap Aksu, Jason Baione-Leiderman, Gavin Wilkins and Gavin McCabe.
Buckingham recently held a student of the month luncheon. The students were recognized for exhibiting the character trait of hard work. Above, from left, first grade winners were Da’Ijah Dickerson, Tavey Wade, K’Asiah Johnson, Rachel Holloway and Nicholas Gordon. Below, fourth grade honorees were Jessie Lupiwok, MaKenzie Gaynor, Mickielia Minott, Daniel Dornes and David Braciszewski. Other award winners not pictured were … Continue reading
Ranger Chris from Assateague Island shows Jason Baione-Leiderman of Julie Vorsteg’s kindergarten class a clam during a "Kinder Critters" presentation at Ocean City Elementary School. Submitted Photos