NARFE Chapter 2274 had as its October meeting guest speaker Sara Weissmann, NARFE Headquarters Legislative Grassroots Program. Weissmann gave an interesting talk about legislative changes already made that will affect government workers plus insights into changes in the government after the November elections and how it may affect NARFE.
Pictured, from left, are NARFE Maryland Federation President Dan McGrath, Weissmann, Programs Chairperson Anna Foultz, and Chapter 2274 President Arlene Page.
At the Oct. 22 weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines - Ocean City, the club presented a donation of $1,000 to Worcester G.O.L.D. (Giving Others Lives Dignity). Pictured are Jim Spicknall, Kiwanis Club’s Liaison to Worcester G.O.L.D., Worcester G.O.L.D. President Carol Jacobs and Kiwanis Club Prersident Carolyn Dryzga.
Ocean Pines Boat Club held a bike event, hosted by Kathleen and Steven Kevlin, on Assateague this month. The group leisurely biked through the state and federal parks and then had lunch at Waterman’s Restaurant. Pictured are Barbara Hughes, Pat Butler, Stasia Heubeck, Steve Cohen, Nancy Stein, Steve Stein, John Smith, Eileen Smith, Kathleen Kevlin, Ken Wolf, Sharon Wolf, Steve … Continue reading
Jubilant Cadista Pharmaceuticals recently held its inaugural Lower Eastern Shore Cornhole Tournament and raised nearly $10,000 for United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. Over 80 teams from local companies and the community at large gathered at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium to participate in friendly competition to compete for the very first title of “Cornament Champion”. The first place trophy … Continue reading
Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth and SoDel Concepts, the restaurant/catering division of the Matt Haley Companies, have partnered to deliver meals to eastern Sussex County seniors. Pictured, from left, are John Wolfle, vice president of Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehobothl Danielle Gorey of SoDel Concepts; and Scott Kammerer, president and CEO of the Matt Haley Companies.
The St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Vestry recently established the Quantico Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. This permanent endowment will support the care and maintenance of the Quantico Cemetery which is adjacent to the Church’s property. Pictured, from left, are Phil Tilghman, Senior Warden, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Vestry; Ginny Zirkel, Junior Warden; Erica … Continue reading
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently welcomed its newest member during a luncheon at the Worcester County Developmental Center. Regent Barbara Greene May and Chaplain Ann Frey Fowler administered the oath of membership to Martha (Marty) Ray Waters Pusey, whose grandmother and great-grandmother were members of one of Maryland’s oldest chapters, Janet … Continue reading
United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently contributed $95,500 to The Salvation Army in support of vital youth programs and social services benefitting over 10,000 Lower Shore residents in Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset counties. The contribution has been directed specifically for The Salisbury Youth Club, The Crisfield Youth Club, The Education/Latchkey Program, The Richard Hazel Youth Center and The … Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City was awarded by the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce as the “Non-Profit of the Year,” which was sponsored by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore on Oct. 9. The award was presented to Kiwanis Club President Carolyn Dryzga by Doug Wilson, Executive Director of the Community Foundation. In addition, the Kiwanis … Continue reading
Twisters Gymnastics had three members of its boys team make the Future Stars Regional Team this month at the Future Stars Testing Event in Harleysville, Pa. Christian Workman made the 9-year-old regional team, Gavin Solito make the 8-year-old regional team and Finley Stearn made the 10-yearr-old regional team. Stearn has also been invited to train at the Olympic Training Center … Continue reading