Neil Beahan, principal of the Southern Delaware School of the Arts in Selbyville, Del., is shown accepting his Delaware State Middle Level Principal of the Year Award from NASSP Director JoAnne Bartoletti and President G.A. Buie at the Principal of the Year Institute in Washington Sept. 9. Beahan is a 33-year veteran educator for the Indian River School District and is starting his sixth year as principal at SDSA.
A Winter Wonderland Artisan and Craft Fair is being held on Saturday, Nov. 1, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., in the Ocean Pines Community Center. The event is sponsored by the Pine’eer Craft Club. The show will feature handmade crafts, a legendary Pine’eer Craft Club bake sale and a luncheon provided by the Kiwanis. There is free admission and parking. Above … Continue reading
The County Commissioners presented representatives from the University of Maryland Extension of Worcester County with a commendation celebrating the organization’s 100th anniversary this month. It provides nutrient management plans, pesticide applicators training and licenses, educates beginning farmers, equine and poultry growers and hosts a range of 4-H projects.
Stephen Decatur High School Assistant Principal Ryan Cowder and SDHS Athletic Boosters President Kim Holloway present the “Decatur 5K” trophy and check to freshmen class winners Jack Reimer, Trent Chetelat, and Piper Connors. The 2nd Annual Decatur 5K had 91 runners participate on Sept. 27. Submitted Photos
Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore contributed $700 from its Small Grants Program to the Lower Shore Parkinson’s Support Group. The funds were used to purchase therapeutic table tennis equipment for the newly created Lower Shore Table Tennis Club. Pictured are Arthur Cooley, Chairman of the Lower Parkinson’s Support Group, and Andy Kim, Board Member, Community Foundation.
During last Friday’s Komen Maryland Ocean City Race for the Cure Supporter Soiree held at Seacrets, Suzy and Steven Taylor, center, of Ayers Creek Adventures presented the group with $1,500 raised during their Pink Paddle event held on Sept. 27. Pictured, from left, are Komen Maryland Development Director Vanessa Bell, Eastern Shore Race and Development Manager Jill Brady and Community Health … Continue reading
NARFE Chapter 2274 had as its September meeting guest speaker Michael Franklin, President/CEO of Atlantic General Hospital (AGH) since 2005. Pictured, from left. are NARFE Chapter 2274 President Arlene Page, Franklin and Programs Chairperson Anna Foultz.
Ocean City Lions Car Raffle Chairman Steve McMillan and Lions Vice President Tom Elliott presented a check to Plum Crazy Car Raffle Winner John Gingrich from Harleysville, Pa, who decided to take the $25,000 cash pay-out instead of driving back home in a brand new 2014 Dodge Challenger RT/Classic. The Lions sold 125,000 tickets this past summer on the Boardwalk … Continue reading
A trip hosted by the local boutique CraZy LadyZ and Travel by Design was also a fundraiser for Worcester County G.O.L.D. A total of $4,342 was donated to G.O.L.D. Pictured, from left, are G.O.L.D. Board Member and former President Margaret Yates, Board Member Nancy Howard, Board President Carol Jacobs and CraZy LadyZ owner Jan Patterson-Hohman. G.O.L.D. is a nonprofit that … Continue reading
Members of the Quillin Foundation recently presented a check for $20,000 to the Diakonia Expansion Program. Since 1986, the Quillin Foundation has made annual contributions to charitable non-profit organizations and groups in Worcester County. Pictured, from left, are Foundation members Jeff Quillin, Mike Quillin and JD Quillin, Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagle, Diakonia Board of Directors President Harry How and … Continue reading