Pocomoke Middle School Students Take Second And Fourth Place In Say No To Drugs And Alcohol Poster Contest

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Pocomoke Middle School students Lillee Covington and Morgan Toth took first and second place, respectively, in the fourth and fifth grade division for  the 2014 Say No to Drugs and Alcohol Poster Contest during the 23rd Annual Worcester County Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council awards reception at Worcester Technical High School recently.

Art League Of Ocean City Awards Five Scholarships

The Art League of Ocean City awarded five scholarships to Worcester County students wishing to pursue a degree in the visual arts. The scholarships were made possible through the Katherine Ellen Brown Fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. Pictured, from left, are ALOC Scholarship Committee members Judy Tremellen and Lyn Burr, scholarship winner Trent Carpenter, Community Foundation President Doug … Continue reading

SD High School Senior Chase Eslin Awarded $3,000 Scholarship From OP Members Golf Council

Suzanne Brooke presented Stephen Decatur High School senior Chase Eslin with a $3,000 scholarship from the Ocean Pines Members Golf Council.  The student excelled not only in the classroom and community but on the golf course.  The funding for this scholarship is made possible by the Taylor Bank Golf Tournament to be held at Ocean Pines Golf and Country Club … Continue reading

Top Academic And Citizenship Honors Announced At Worcester Prep Annual Academic Awards

During Worcester Preparatory School’s annual Academic Awards Convocation, recipients of the top academic and citizenship honors were announced. Pictured, from left, are Grace Tunis, Best All-Round Student Grades 9-11; Isabel Carulli, Highest Academic Average in Grades 9-11; Hannah Merritt, Highest Academic Average Grades 6-8; and Brenner Maull, Best All-Round Student Grades 6-8. Submitted Photos

Sixth Grade Dolphin Team At Berlin Intermediate Hold Penny Race

The sixth grade Dolphin team at Berlin Intermediate School held a penny race and raised $901.22 for Maryland Coastal Bays to save the terrapins. The Maryland Coastal Bays Program will use the money to purchase and install excluders for crab pots, preventing terrapins from getting into the pots and dying. Pictured, back from left, areSandi Smith, Brittany Tracy, Taryn McCallister, Ahmad … Continue reading