Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently announced a generous monetary donation from the Myers family to be used towards resurfacing the school’s gymnasium floor. Above, students Kevin Myers, Ashton Myers and Christian Myers present a check to the school.
Worcester Prep pre-kindergartener Vivian Spraul presented Sussex County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Kevin Gilmore with a check for $520 on June 9. The 4-year-old student raised the money for her favorite charity in just one day when she acted as the Headmaster of the school on June 2. Her parents purchased the “Headmaster of… Read more »
At certain times, I think all dads have done something stupid. I think there is something about being a male that leads us from time to time to make questionable decisions. Indeed, there are times when our judgment is just not on the money. Usually, aided by the benefit of hindsight, we end up looking… Read more »
Prior to school letting out, Worcester Prep family and friends enjoyed an afternoon of music and art presented by Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 students who performed at the Annual Spring Music & Art Festival. Lower School music teacher Alana Parker directed a cast of more than 200 students colorfully dressed for the theme “Musical Mallards… Read more »
By Scott Lenox The weather that swept through the area yesterday afternoon into last night left us with some pretty tough conditions today. It was pretty rough offshore thanks to the wind, and inshore the bay was left looking like Columbian coffee with extra cream. Neither of these conditions make it easy for charters to… Read more »
By Scott Lenox We had some wicked storms roll through the area this evening….really wicked! Very heavy rain and lots of lightning had folks running for cover…no one in their right mind was on the water after 4:30 unless they had to be. Only a couple of boats in the offshore fleet headed to the… Read more »
By Scott Lenox Last weeks weather forecast for the canyons predicted today to have winds in excess of 30 knots and seas in excess of 10 feet…..boy was that wrong….it was beautiful. Thankfully the forecast updated early enough for the offshore fleet to make plans to head out, and they were rewarded handsomely. There was… Read more »
By Scott Lenox First of all….Happy Father’s Day to all you Dad’s out there!! It was a beautiful day and I hope you got to spend it with your loved ones! Yesterday we had the crazy story of Mark Ensor catching an 8 1/2 pound flounder with a clam rake and an even bigger flounder… Read more »