The Delmarva Chorus, under the direction of Carol Ludwig, participated in the American Legion Post Everlasting Memorial Service held at the Ocean City Convention Center. The group gathered after the event.
For the second year in a row, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City held its Annual Summer Pancake Breakfast and the 2nd Annual Bingo Night on the same day. Above, gearing up for the 6:30 a.m. breakfast opening in the kitchen were, from left, Lee Brooke, former member Steve Rosen visiting from Florida and picking up his old job, Phil … Continue reading
Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club President Arlan Kinney, right, and Treasurer Margaret Mudron, left, presents a scholarship check in the amount of $1,000 each to Britany Wangel and Jackson Mumford of Stephen Decatur High School.
Jesse’s Paddle volunteer Bob Steffen was the high bidder for the kayak auction at the annual event that raised $23,000 for the Jesse Klump Suicide Awareness & Prevention Program and the Jesse Klump Memorial Scholarship. Pictured, from left, are Jesse Klump Memorial Fund President Kim Klump, Fund Secretary Ron Pilling, Steffen, and Barry Laws, proprietor of the Pocomoke River Canoe … Continue reading
The Bank of America Foundation recently donated $3,000 to the Hope And Life Outreach (HALO) program to help fund its café, which offers daily breakfast, lunch and dinner for those less fortunate. The program also provides day and overnight shelter for women for several years and, recently, opened a men’s shelter. Above, Merrill Lynch Salisbury office Resident Director and Vice President … Continue reading
Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City received a distinguished club recognition for its “efforts and continuing support” in serving children recently. Pictured, from left, are Dick Clagett, who was president during the recognition year; Secretary Pat Winkelmayer; Lt. Governor of Division 5 of the Capital District Charles Marks.
Helen Wiley, coordinator for the Church Mouse Thrift Shop, presented on behalf of St Paul’s Episcopal Church Outreach Commission a donation to Maria Cusimano, Family Resource Coordinator for Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services. The Church Mouse designates a local non-profit each month to receive all proceeds on sales during the 2nd Friday of each month.
For over ten years, Target in Salisbury has been a strong partner with United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore through both significant campaign support and community service projects. Recently, employees contributed over $3,671 to United Way. The Target Team is pictured volunteering at Salisbury Urban Ministries God’s Kitchen.
Kiwanis Club Speakers and Programs Chair J. Graham Caldwell, Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ginger Fleming and Kiwanis Club President Carolyn Dryzga are pictured at the July 15 weekly meeting in the Ocean Pines Community Center where Fleming was the guest speaker.
Lower Shore law enforcement officers who graduated in the 74th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are, front from left, Erica L. Brightbill, Kevin M. Carroll, Caitlin G. Gillum and Andrea L. Lewis of the Salisbury Police Department; and, back, Kasey L. Oppel, Louis K. Quarshie, Herney Tovar and Gregory … Continue reading