Two sisters recently scored several gold and silver ribbons at the recent Worcester County Tech Fest. Above, Snow Hill Elementary School students Josie, first grade, and Maggie Layman, third grade, are pictured with their ribbons.
Handling sound and lighting for the Grease production this weekend at Worcester Prep will be, from left, Jamie Welch, Robbie Rogers, Ali Khan and Chris Klug. Music teacher Dan Freed directs the production with the help of choreographer and dance teacher Paulette DeRosa-Matrona and Head of Upper School Nancy Decker.
Ocean City’s 9th Street was the big hangout for the college-age crowd during the 1950s and 1960s. One of the major attractions was the Beach Club where live bands provided a party atmosphere and beer flowed freely. Next door, Tom Shill’s Hamburger Heaven served hot dogs, burgers and fries and had a unique machine that rolled out perfectly formed hamburger … Continue reading
Seaside Christian Academy recently held its annual science fair. Above, pre-kindergarten class members pose holding their popcorn boxes just before they do their science experiment, “Which Popcorn Pops the Best?”
Athletes who received trophies at Worcester Prep’s Winter Sports Awards Assembly for Middle School students included, first row, Hannah Merritt, Coach’s Award, Grade 7 Girls’ Basketball; Virginia Bateman, Most Improved, Grade 7 Girls’ Basketball; Hailey Merritt, Most Valuable Player, Grade 7 Girls’ Basketball; second row, Cooper Richins, Coaches Award, Grade 7 Boys’ Basketball; Dakin Moore, Most Improved, Grade 7 Boys’ … Continue reading
Summer of 1975 Volume XXIV Edition 6 Issue Highlights This week’s Resorter girl was Sharon Brudnicki, a 22-year-old Milwaukee native. The Carousel Center Hotel on 118th Street was stressing location in its full-page ad. “Out of this world is up at 118th Street … Out of this world is not far away.” Two bedroom luxury suites … Continue reading
Students and teachers at Seaside Christian Academy dressed in red on Feb. 7 in honor of Go Red For Women.
Learning about something new Toys that can take a beating and still work Watching downhill skiing in the Olympics Rainy weather during week days A pile of crabs and a pitcher of beer Not getting a pile of “ones” from the cashier Seeing my wife successfully teach our son to ride a bike … Continue reading
Ocean City Elementary kindergarten students recently wrote about 100 ways to “Stand Up and Speak Up”. Pictured kindergarten students from Miss Rincavage’s class, include, from left, Cooper Fowle, Cameron Andrews, Sophia Ferrante, Maizy Jerns and Owen Phillips.
Each year second grade students at Worcester Preparatory School take part in a unit that features learning science, social studies and mathematics through baking bread, which is sold at their annual bread sale. Proceeds from the sale are donated to the Atlantic General Hospital. Some of the bakers in Angie Bunting’s class included, from left, Jack Schell, Caleb Collins, Ashling Marshall, … Continue reading