Vietnam Veterans Of America Donate $450 To Berlin Little League

Aaron Powers, representative from the Berlin Little League, accepted this month a sponsorship donation of $450 from Ocean City, Chapter 1091 of the Vietnam Veterans of America. The chapter members met to greet Powers while he received the check from President Nelson Kelly. Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1091 is looking for people who served in the military during the … Continue reading

Lower Shore Enterprises Awarded Certificate For Scuttle, The Winning Heron In The Build A Heron Competition

Lower Shore Enterprises this week was awarded a certificate for Scuttle, the winning heron in the Build a Heron competition initiated by Wicomico County’s Stash Your Trash anti-litter campaign. Pictured from left to right are Lower Shore Enterprise CEO Bill Turner, Jon Sapp, Bill Nelson, Melodie Carter and Priscilla Timken.

Worcester County Commissioners Present Proclamation Recognizing March As Women’s History Month

The Worcester County Commissioners recently presented a proclamation recognizing March as Women’s History Month to Commission for Women (CFW) members. Pictured, front row, from left, are Commissioner Chip Bertino, CFW members Eloise Henry-Gordy, Arlene Page and Carol Rose. Pictured back row, from left: Commissioner Jim Bunting, Hope Carmean, Commissioner Diana Purnell, Michelle Bankert and Commissioners Ted Elder, Joe Mitrecic, Bud … Continue reading

Ocean Pines Platform Tennis Players Dig Out From Last Winter Storm And Are Getting Ready For Spring Season

Ocean Pines Platform Tennis players recently dug out from the last winter storm and are getting ready for the spring season. Pictured, from left, are Dot Waters, June Freeman, Scott Wheatley, Larry Bohanan, John Walter, Tom Herrick, Clive Walker, and Tom Hershey. Not pictured is Jim Freeman, who took the photograph and also helped.

Officials Recognize Bar And Restaurant Owners Who Refused To Sell Alcohol To Minors

Under the leadership of Health Department Prevention Director Marty Pusey (front row, second from left), on March 12, 2015 at the Restaurant at Lighthouse Sound, members of the Worcester County Drug and Alcohol Council, area police agencies and elected officials recognized bar and restaurant owners who, during random compliance checks, refused to sell alcohol to minors.

Daughters Of The American Revolution Pay Tribute To Rozelle Purnell Handy

The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently paid tribute to Rozelle Purnell Handy, who formed the Friendly Library, which was a precursor to the Berlin Library Association and the Worcester County Library System. Pictured above, from left, displaying the award certificates are Chapter Regent Barbara May, Marion Chambers, American History Chairperson Joan Chambers and … Continue reading