Jenn Corron’s sophomore Worcester Prep Biology class invited Cathy Auxer’s and Tracey Berry’s kindergarten classes to learn about animal cells. Each kindergarten student was paired with a sophomore partner. The teams worked together to label the parts of cells and then construct a cell model using play dough, pipe cleaners, beads, and glitter. Toothpick flags depicting all the parts of the cells were added to the model. Kindergartners took their cell models home to teach their families about cells. Above are Conan Geiger and Josh Willey.
Working together on a science lesson are sophomores and kindergarteners from Worcester Prep, Emily Digan, Caroline Savage, Logan Frostrom, Kathleen Emche, Stormy McGuiness and Alyson Ray.
Volunteer Tom List donates his time to help Showell Elementary students William Hare and D’Anthony Harmon plant bulbs donated by the Ocean Pines Garden Club.
Old clothes that still fit Bathing suit weather in October Sounds of an acoustic guitar A pot of chili cooking all day Cutting meat with a new knife Big oak tree leaves Watching my kids laugh and play chase Pleasant surprises The first shave with a new blade A rose bush … Continue reading
James B. Caine (1922-2006) was one of Ocean City’s legendary figures and the man most responsible for the development of the northern part of town. He dredged and filled the marshlands along the bayside in the late 1960s and built lagoons and bulkheads which today give the uptown area much of its character. In the words of former Mayor Roland … Continue reading
The first bridge to carry automobile traffic into Ocean City was approved by the Maryland General Assembly in 1916 but did not officially open until July 4, 1919. Known to locals as the “State Roads Bridge,” it had a single lane in each direction. It crossed the Sinepuxent Bay at its most narrow point and entered Ocean City at Worcester … Continue reading
Ocean City Elementary School recently had a visit from the Ocean City Fire Department for Fire Prevention Week. Above, Ronin Brooks from Laura Black’s kindergarten class is demonstrating how to “get out and stay out.”
The Bank of Ocean City is again sponsoring the Stephen Decatur High School football team and presenting awards to the top performers from the weekly games. Above, from left, are Head Coach Bob Knox, Week Seven MVP Dontae Baines and Bank of Ocean City’s Earl Conley.
Summer of 1977 Volume XIII Edition 7 Issue Highlights • This week’s “Resorter Girl” was 17-year-old Nancy Machado, an Oxen Hill resident who worked at South Moon Under • In Donaway Furniture’s ad, the motto was “We Just Look Expensive …” It also read “Master Charge & Bank Americard Honored.” • Among stores included at Shantytown in West Ocean City were … Continue reading
Firefighters from the Showell and Ocean Pines Volunteer Fire Departments recently visited Showell Elementary School for Fire Prevention Day. The students learned about the importance of checking their smoke detectors, planning an escape route in the event of a fire at home and remembering to stay low in a fire.