Michelle Freeman, owner and CEO of the Carl M. Freeman Companies, President and Chairman of the Carl M. Freeman Foundation and Founding Chairman of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, delivered the Commencement Address to the 47 seniors of the Worcester Prep Class of 2016 last month. She is pictured with Headmaster Dr. Barry Tull.
United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore’s annual Leadership Circle prize, a $1,000 Shopping Spree sponsored by First Shore Federal, was recently awarded to Sara Ali of Safran Labinal. Ali was chosen in a random drawing of over 1,060 donors whose contribution to the annual United Way campaign was between $250 and $499.99. Pictured, from… Read more »
Members of the Pinesteppers Square Dance Club of Ocean Pines participated in “Walk the Boards” at Rehoboth Beach in May. The event was to raise awareness and education for Parkinson’s Disease. Pictured are Jo Fortney, Joe and MaryLou McNerney, Sandy and Don Clark, Louise and Phil Lassiter and Arlene Hager.
The Arcadia Chapter of The Questers installed its 2016-2017 Officers at a luncheon on June 1 at Baywood Greens. Pictured, from left, are President Lynn Schneider, co-Vice Presidents Liz Sharpless and Marion Wells, Recording Secretary Mary Lou Kauffman, Corresponding Secretary Ione Salzman standing in for Sally Smith and Treasurer Sandy Reifsnyder.
United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore’s annual Anchor Society prize, a $2,500 dream vacation sponsored by PNC Bank, was recently awarded to Mark Vindivich of First Energy Corporation. Vindivich was chosen in a random drawing of over 715 donors whose contribution to the annual United Way campaign was $500 or more. Pictured, from left,… Read more »
On May 26, the Republican Women of Worcester County (RWWC) held their May luncheon meeting at the Captain’s Table Restaurant in Ocean City. Guest speaker was Patty Miller, a senior at Salisbury University and president of the Salisbury University College Republicans. Miller is also chairwoman of the Maryland Federation of College Republicans. Pictured, from left,… Read more »
Stephen Decatur’s Math Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta held a fundraising event at Popeye’s Chicken in West Ocean City last month. Many students and staff advisors helped and they were able to raise $400 for their club. Pictured from left, are Brian Thuma, manager at Popeye’s; Adam Kristick, vice president of Mu Alpha Theta; Caroline… Read more »