SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, a hospitality group with nine area restaurants, recently donated $1,000 to Children & Families First. Pictured, from left, are Elizabeth Dougherty, chief development officer for Children & Families First; Laura Rimmer, development and grant coordinator for Kent and Sussex counties for Children & Families First; Lindsey Barry,… Read more »
SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, a hospitality group with eight area restaurants, recently donated $4,000 to the parent-teacher organization at Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View. Pictured, from left, are Kelly Ryan, vice president of the Lord Baltimore Elementary School PTO; Lindsey Barry, controller for SoDel Concepts; Courtney Burkle, treasurer of… Read more »
Wor-Wic Community College recently held a reception for employees who retired after many years of dedicated service to the college. Dr. Ray Hoy, left, president of Wor-Wic, is shown with this year’s retirees, from left, Brad T. Brown, land management worker, who was with Wor-Wic for 20 years; Paula Thomas-Shipley, executive associate II, who was… Read more »
The Democratic Women’s Club’s May meeting featured Dr. Diana Wagner, Assistant Dean for Assessment & Accreditation at Salisbury University. Wagner gave a fascinating talk about the Holocaust, complete with loads of background information backed by filmed interviews of Holocaust survivors. Pictured, from left, are Women’s Club Vice President Vicky Wallace, Wagner and Club President Em Hench.
SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, a hospitality group with eight area restaurants, recently donated $4,000 to the Surfers Healing, which uses surfing to help enrich the lives of people with autism. Pictured, from left, are Kris Medford, general manager of NorthEast Seafood Kitchen; Lindsey Barry, controller for SoDel Concepts; and Kelly and… Read more »
At the recent Kiwanis Capital District Convention in Virginia, the Berlin Intermediate School (BIS) Kiwanis student program Builders Club received a Kiwanis International Global Service Society Bronze Club Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of their contribution to the Kiwanis Eliminate Project. Above, liaison to the student program Lynne McAllorum is pictured with local Kiwanis Club President Mark Joseph.
Salisbury University’s chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega (APO) national service fraternity recently donated $1,724 to Operation We Care, Inc. to help offset the cost of postage for the organization’s overseas military care packages scheduled to be sent for Memorial Day delivery. APO members pictured, from left, with Operation We Care organizers Jeff and Diana… Read more »