The Ocean City Museum Society announced the loan of a rare United States Life-Saving Service tally board circa 1880’s to the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum, which is part of Delaware State Parks. The tally board was donated to the Ocean City Museum Society by Carl Schmidlapp III and is from the Parramore Island Life-Saving Station. It is now on exhibit at the Indian River Station as part of a Life-Saving Service exhibit. Pictured taking custody of the artifact are, from left, Laura Scharle, interpretive manager, and park interpreters Mary Poudel and Katie Goerger.
The late Rev. David A. Dingwall of St. Paul’s by the Sea Episcopal Church is pictured receiving a check last month for $750 for Shepherd’s Crook food pantry and the Noel Christmas dinner from Joanne Kirby of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians.
The Ocean City Lions Club presented a check for $1,000 to Stephen Decatur High School’s NJROTC at a recent dinner meeting. At the start of the meeting, members of the NJROTC Honor Guard presented the Colors of the United States of America. Pictured are King Lion Sean Williams with head of the Stephen Decatur NJROTC, Lt. Commander Kelly Reavy, Senior … Continue reading
Howard Baldwin Jr. of Gold’s Gym recently presented a check for the United Christmas Spirit Campaign. He is donating $500 from the gym and another $1,000 that a friend is giving him for the campaign with the stipulation that he will run the Pittsburgh marathon in May. Pictured, from left, are Justin McGinnis, Karen Turner, Emilee Snader, Rob Mattie, Baldwin, … Continue reading
NARFE Chapter 2274 had as its November meeting guest speaker attorney Michael B. Mathers, who gave an excellent presentation on living wills, health care power of attorney and more. Pictured, from left, are programs chairperson Anna Foultz, Mathers, NARFE Chapter 2274 President Arlene Page and Maryland Federation President Dan McGrath.
The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently recognized Interstate Container for its generous support during the annual United Way campaign. Employee and corporate contributions totaled $39,608 making Interstate Container the largest employee campaign in Dorchester County for the 2013-2014 United Way campaign season. Interstate Container has partnered with United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore with annual campaigns … Continue reading
The Ocean City Lions Club presented a check for $300 to the Stephen Decatur High School Cheer Squad to help members raise money to take part in the pre-game show at the Capital One Bowl, New Year’s Day in Orlando. Thirteen squad members are planning to make the trip if they can raise enough money. Pictured, from left, are King … Continue reading
Tom Tyndall, an Energy Conservation Specialist with Choptank Electric Cooperative, was the guest speaker at the Democratic Club of Worcester County meeting Nov. 7 in the Ocean Pines Community Center. Pictured, from left, are Democratic Club Secretary Dick Jacobs, Tyndall and Democratic Club substitute President Arlene Page.
Tina Pearson, founder of Home of the Brave, a holiday away-from-home for combat veterans and their families, located in Berlin, visited Star Charities’ November meeting to tell board members about her Home of the Brave facility. The Home was conceived and founded in 2009 in a secluded private three-bedroom (sleeps eight), three-bath, handicapped accessible home in Berlin. Pictured, from left, are Delores … Continue reading
The Arthur W. Perdue Foundation recently awarded Salisbury Horizons a $2,500 grant to provide financial support to general operations and the high school academic coaching program. Salisbury Horizons provides academic, cultural and recreational opportunities to a diverse group of public school students from low-income families. Pictured are Chris Oliviero, Perdue associate and Salisbury Horizons Advisory Board member; Ciara Rogers, West … Continue reading