Ed Colbert of Deer Run Golf Club presented Maureen McNeill of Coastal Hospice with $6,000 raised during the golf tournament on Oct. 17, held to support the campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean.
The Democratic Women’s Club’s October meeting featured Worcester County Commissioner Diane Purnell speaking about the importance of education, women’s issues and involvement in family life and politics along with personal anecdotes about her own life. The next Democratic Women’s Club (DWC) general meeting is Nov. 16 features speaker, Seta Martin, a certified yoga instructor. Pictured, from left, at the October … Continue reading
Author Barbara Lockhart, left, spoke about her historical novel, Elizabeth’s Field, to the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) during their recent meeting at Nassawango Golf Course. Chapter Regent Barbara May, right, announced that Lockhart’s book, Mosey’s Field, will be donated in her honor to Snow Hill Elementary School.
The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce received a $2,500 donation from the Perdue Foundation to support the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!). This donation makes Perdue an Investor Panel sponsor, giving it an exclusive judging seat when students present their ideas at the YEA! Investor Panel event this spring. YEA! is an innovative, afterschool program that transforms local middle and high … Continue reading
Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club President Arlan Kinney, right, welcomes special speaker Caroline Massey from NASA at Wallops Island to a recent monthly meeting of the club. The club meetings are Wednesdays at 6 p.m. at the Captain’s Table Restaurant.
Ocean City Elementary recently participated in the 5th Annual Hooper’s Crab House School Spirit Night. Pictured with Principal Dawn Rogers are students Noah Hargrove, Holden Bunting, Michael Hoos, Layla Hargrove, Brody Kendall and Parker Intrieri. Over $2,000 was raised for the school’s PTA.
After more than a year of work and a decade of planning, the Bishopville pond project is now complete. The pond, before restoration, had a spill way that prevented fish from the St. Martin’s River reaching and spawning upstream. Now, with the spill way gone and “fish ladders” installed, fish and eels can swim further upstream, spawn, and return to … Continue reading
In June, Katelyn Millison painted three of the four sides of the utility box located at the corner of S. Baltimore Avenue and Dorchester Street. The Bank of Ocean City sponsored her work that is part of the OCDC’s Public Art Program. This month she completed the final side of the dolphin themed utility box.
Salisbury University faculty and staff are giving back to others during the 2015 Maryland Charity Campaign. A celebratory kick-off event in the Great Hall of Holloway Hall featured Sammy the Sea Gull, the SU cheerleaders and refreshments. Those who already had donated won giveaways and prizes, including gift certificates, a Fitbit and a Microsoft Surface tablet. Pictured, from left, are … Continue reading
The guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City on Oct. 14 in the Ocean Pines Community Center was Ocean Pines General Manager Bob Thompson, who talked about what is happening in the Pines and then fielded questions from the membership. He is pictured with President Mark Joseph after the session.