The Berlin Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 30th anniversary recently with an event. Awards were given by Berlin Mayor Gee Williams and State Senator Jim Mathias. Pictured, from left, are State Delegate Mary Beth Carozza, Williams, Anna Foultz, Mathias and Tom Sholtis, past chamber president.
The Coastal Hospice Thrift Shop on Route 50 in Berlin celebrated its fifth anniversary and expansion into a new space with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, June 2. To date, the Thrift Shop has contributed more than $500,000 towards the capital campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean. Pictured, from left, are Ivy Wells,… Read more »
William Alfred Allewalt, Jr. OCEAN PINES — William Alfred Allewalt, Jr., age 79, died on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at Atlantic General Hospital. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late William Alfred and Nellie Adreon Allewalt. He is survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, Elva A. Allewalt, and daughter Debra… Read more »
On Thursday, June 23, at its annual Red, White and Blue Luncheon, the Republican Women of Worcester County honored three women who in 1984 as charter members were instrumental in forming the RWWC. Along with Delegate Charles Otto and Delegate Mary Beth Carozza, were honorees, Margaret Reykemper, Margaret Smith Grant and Margaret Hudson and RWWC President Beverly Bigler…. Read more »
New officers of the Snow Hill Rotary Club were recently sworn in by District Governor Bill Ferguson at a combined ceremony with Ocean City/Berlin at the Blue Dog Café in Snow Hill. Pictured, from left, are Secretary Carol Dorman, President Ann Gibb, Treasurer Kemp Wills, immediate past President Margie Labesky and Assistant District Governor Bill… Read more »
Thomas Donald Boenzli OCEAN CITY — Thomas “Tom” Donald Boenzli, 81, of Ocean City, Maryland, passed away June 3, 2016 at his home. He was born on Sept. 4, 1934 in Baltimore, Maryland to the late John and Catherine Boenzli. Tom was a veteran, a mechanical engineer and a professional piano player. He was an… Read more »
A grant by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore through the David Larmore Memorial Fund assisted sending campers to Camp Fairlee, which caters to accessible camping and recreation for those with disabilities. Pictured, from left, are Sheldon and Sara Larmore (fund representatives), BJ Summers (Community Foundation) and Ford Waggoner (Easter Seals). Submitted Photos