At its general membership meeting on May 7, the Women’s Club of Ocean Pines presented $3,300 in college scholarships. Scholarships were awarded to Teri Adelhardt, Gabrielle Evans and Danielle Gelinas from Stephen Decatur High School in recognition of their academic achievements, extra-curricular involvement and dedication to their community. Pictured, from left, are Scholarship Chair Donna McCracken, Adelhardt, Evans, Gelinas and President Pat Addy.
Three-day weekends any time of year Looking back at baby pictures of my kids Pizza and a beer for dinner Conventional name spellings A well-done hot dog right off the grill Avoiding traffic on back roads Cool spring mornings Humble professional athletes Under Armour T-shirts Displays of gratitude A good … Continue reading
Among Worcester Prep senior athletes who plan to play college sports are front, from left, Amanda Gabriel, women’s soccer at Washington College; Sophie Brennan, women’s lacrosse at Furman University; Maura Smith, women’s lacrosse at Franklin and Marshall College; and Caroline Lindsey, women’s lacrosse at Arizona State University; second row, Tatjana Kondraschow, women’s tennis, Virginia Tech; Jordie Loomis, women’s field hockey, … Continue reading
Neurosurgeon and author Dr. Ben Carson congratulates Worcester Preparatory School junior Ryan Murphy on his selection as a 2015 Carson Scholar. The Carson Scholars program was created to reward gifted students who excel in the academics and community service.
Summer of 1975 Volume XXI Edition 4 Issue Highlights • Captain Bill Bunting’s Restaurant and Marina on Talbot Street and the bay opened at 5 a.m. every day. • Sixteen varieties of pancakes was offered till 2 p.m. at the Stokes’ Steak & Sea “behind the pumps” on 67th Street. • Owners/Managers Bill and Jean Fleming invited guests to the … Continue reading
A popular form of fishing that is affordable for the average fisherman is on a party boat or “head boat” (so-called because there is a flat charge per angler or “per head.”) These boats provide rods, reels and bait and a mate to untangle lines and help bring fish aboard. One of the most famous was the “Question Mark,” which … Continue reading
First graders at Worcester Preparatory School celebrated their studies in zoology with a virtual field trip to the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City, Kan. The Mammal Mania enrichment program gave the young students a firsthand look at special mammal groups such as duck-billed platypus, kangaroos and humans. All the students participated in a question and answer discussion with the … Continue reading
Embarrassing my kids is a lot of fun to me. Life is too stressful and busy not to enjoy the little things in life, and one of those recent delights has been bringing a little bit of mortification to my son Beckett, who is now a whopping 7 years old. A few examples to illustrate the point while probably revealing … Continue reading
Peggy Timmons of the Soroptimist International of Berlin/Ocean City Chapter recently presented awards to Stephen Decatur High School graduating seniors Gabrielle Evans and Brittany Wangel. Left, Evans received the Doris B. Taylor Scholarship, which is awarded to the candidate who demonstrates exceptional leadership and academic achievements. Right, Wangel is pictured as the Violet Richardson Award winner on the basis of … Continue reading
Showell Elementary third grade students Finn Ramnarain and Kate Slaysman enjoyed learning about the importance of the Iron Furnace during a gorgeous field trip last week.