Worcester Prep sixth grade students traveled recently to St. Michaels for a “boating classroom” experience on “The Lady Maryland” and a tour of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Pictured, front from left, are John Arrington, Jacob Osias, Nick Rilling and Mason Brown, Rehoboth Beach; second row, Logan Derrickson, Will Mears, Sophia Ludt, Natalie Foxwell, Carson Cebula, Chipper Becker, Alex Koppenhaver, Michael Clubb, Hannah Perdue, Connor Carpenter, Ryan Brafmann, C.C. Lizas, Lexi Willey, Abby Reynolds, Summer Walker, Anna Dashiell, Sydney Stebenne, Waverly Choy, Bailey Holmes, Braedon Lehman, Ava Gerachis and Meredith Cummings; and, back, Tenley Pelot, Marika Vasilikos, Grace Hopkins, Fiona Pando, Bryce Taranto, Hunter Gentry, Cole Lamson-Reich, Graham McColgan, Adison Browne, Ben Brandt, Joseph Schwartz, Brendan Mullins, Brugh Moore and Nathan Oltman.
Maryland State Senator James Mathias, back, spoke with a group of Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society members at the Worcester County Education Foundation breakfast on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Pictured, back row, are Hannah Duckworth, Delaney Iacona, Serena Craven and NHS President Jacob Gaddis; and, front, Fiona O’Brien, Delilah Purnell, Joseph Rodriguez and Mallory Rolleston. Submitted Photos
Summer of 1969 Volume XVII Edition 2 Issue Highlights •Hastings Real Estate Inc. listed an one-bedroom oceanfront condominium for sale for $19,950, including “wall to wall carpet” and “paneled walls.” •A free coupon for the Sky Monorail was included in the bayfront Playland Amusement Park’s ad on 65th Street. •In his After Dark column, which spotlighted the local nightlife scene … Continue reading
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently collected items for the Seton Center located in Princess Anne. Items were requested by the Seton Center and the students collected over 1,000 items including coloring books and crayons, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, and boxed food items. Pictured, from left, boxing up items are Student Council members Emily Selba, Morgan Carlson, Grace Snyder, Hayden Snelsire, … Continue reading
Third grader Carter Smith’s love for reading shines while reading books about insects in Heather Hands class at Showell Elementary School.
Going to the beach at least once a week Checking in on my kids in their beds An old suit that still fits Thanksgiving morning workouts Funny commercials with pets Photos of a seal on a local dock Short work days on Fridays Big oak tree leaves No-fee ATMs My collection … Continue reading
Worcester Prep Upper School Girls’ Fall Sports Awards were recently presented to, front from left, Bridget Brown, Varsity Volleyball Most Improved; Isabel Carulli, Varsity Field Hockey Coach’s Award; Shelby Laws, Varsity Soccer Most Improved; Jordie Loomis, Varsity Field Hockey MVP; and Maya Zia-Shakeri, JV Volleyball MVP; and, back, Rylie Doyle, Varsity Golf Coach’s Award; Cecily Sass, Varsity Volleyball Coach’s Award; … Continue reading
The Seaview was constructed in the World War I era on the Boardwalk between 3rd and 4th streets. More of a boarding house than a full service hotel, the Seaview offered both rooms and apartments to summer guests. The frame three-story building was built on pilings and survived many storms including the famous March Storm of 1962. The Seaview was … Continue reading
Top athletes on Worcester Prep’s Upper School fall Boys’ sports teams were, front from left, Adam Pizza, JV Soccer Coach’s Award; Anthony Rilling, JV Soccer MVP; and Baylan McGuiness, JV Soccer Most Improved; and, back, Grant Brown, JV Golf Coach’s Award; Reid Carey, JV Golf MVP; John Meakin, Varsity Golf Most Improved; Sam Deeley, Varsity Soccer MVP; and Ross Dickerson, … Continue reading
To celebrate Veterans Day, Berlin Intermediate fourth grader Sabrina Pecora brought in necklaces that represented the branches of the military. She talked to the class briefly about the branches of the military and her grandfather’s service in Vietnam.