The Coastal Delmarva Women’s Council of REALTORS recently hosted a “Panel of Experts” with affiliate members. Featured speakers included, from left, Brett Wolf, president of the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce and president of Professional Mortgage Services; Beth Gismondi of Gismondi Insurance Associates; Lou Schneider, president of Home Seal Services Inc; Pam Greer Buckley, CCRA… Read more »
The Worcester County Commissioners presented a commendation to the state Class 1A champion Pocomoke High School Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team last week. Those pictured include head coach Derrick Fooks, assistant coaches Curtis Broadwater and Anthony Tull, managers Andre’ G. Collins, Jr. and Najee Taylor-Nelson, and team members Tyler Nixon, Leander Roberts, IV, Tyrone Matthews, John… Read more »
The Worcester County Commissioners presented a commendation this month to Pocomoke High School Principal Annette Wallace for being named the 2016 Maryland High School Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and for providing exceptional leadership while building and sustaining a school climate of academic excellence where student achievement abounds…. Read more »
Local beekeeper Dennis Klingenbeg recently gave an informative presentation on honey bees to members of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), including Regent Barbara May, who is holding the novel Hour of the Bees that is being donated to Snow Hill Middle School in his honor.
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently planted a crepe myrtle on the grounds of Worcester Preparatory School in Berlin. Jacqueline Spurrier, Conservation Committee Vice Chairman, coordinated this Arbor Day beautification project in memory of deceased chapter member Ruth Ann Watkins. Pictured are Carol Wanzer, Sue Mallory, Jacqueline… Read more »
The Jesse Klump Suicide Awareness & Prevention Program distributed youth suicide prevention, First Aid information and mental health care information at the first Wicomico High School “Success for the Best” fair, in Salisbury on April 16. Pictured are Kathy Bassett, the Jesse Klump Memorial Fund’s Volunteer Coordinator, and Fund President Kim Klump.
At the April meeting, the Berlin Lions Club made its annual donation of $1,000 to the Berlin Fire Department and $500 to the Berlin Emergency Medical Service. Pictured, from left, are Berlin Fire Department President David Fitzgerald, Berlin EMS Captain Rona Schneck and Berlin Lions President Brian Lewis.
Platform Tennis held its annual spring tournament on Saturday, April 16 at the Manklin Meadows Racquet Complex. All four courts were filled with spirited players while the remaining competitors watched and cheered for their team. Pictured, from left, are Betty Biondi, John Biondi, June Freeman and Jim Freeman.