Johnson-McKee Animal Hospital in Salisbury recently donated 1,045 pounds of pet food, including dog and cat food and bird seed, to MAC Inc., the Area Agency on Aging. The food will be distributed to Meals on Wheels participants, to help them feed their pets during the holidays. Pictured, from left, are Margaret A. “Peggy” Bradford, MAC executive director, and her dog, Mac; Adrienne Ayres, hospital manager; June Burgund, office manager; and Josanne Johnson, MAC staff member.
Worcester County GOLD President Carol Jacobs is pictured accepting a $600 check from Kiwanian Jim Spicknall, the club’s liaison to Worceter GOLD, while Kiwanis President Mark Joseph, left, looks on. Kiwanis supports Worcester GOLD every year with two $600 donations. In addition, club members brought in coats and toys for Worcester GOLD to use for its “Helping Hands” program at … Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City recently donated $500 to Stephen Decatur Middle School’s Builders Club. Pictured, from left, are Kiwanis Club President Mark Joseph, Stephen Decatur Middle School Faculty Adviser to the SDMS Builders Club Mindy Ouellett, Kiwanis Club Liaison to the SDMS Builders Club Jackie Todd, Kiwanis Club Treasurer Mark Page and SDMS Principal Lynne Barton.
The Ocean City Museum Society recently thanked its volunteers with a reception at the Dunes Manor. The volunteers provide invaluable assistance to the museum staff and help make a visit to the Museum memorable. Anyone interested in volunteering can call the Museum at 410-289-4991. Pictured, from left, are Society President Nancy Howard, Janice Davis, Joe Britvch, Jean Kline, Bob Stevens, Amanda Hammond, … Continue reading
In an effort to give back to the community, the O’Hare Real Estate Team of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty hosted an Open House Fund-raiser at one of their listings in Ocean Pines that raised more than $2,300 for the Lower Shore Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program, which is administered by Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services Inc. and … Continue reading
The official lighting of the trees happened on Nov. 28 in White Horse Park where people were able to enjoy the festivities and refreshments provided by the Ocean Pines Department of Recreation and Parks. Above, Kiwanis members Mike Morton and Ed Aurand decorate the club’s entry.
The Democratic Women’s Club of Worcester County recently donated 30 lap blankets to Coastal Hospice to warm the patients in their care. Pictured are Eileen Larson and Ann Augustine of the Democratic Women’s Club and Elaine Bean, community relations manager at Coastal Hospice.
Members of the Pine’eer Craft Club participated in the Hometown Christmas Celebration, sponsored by the Ocean Pines Association, by decorating a tree in front of their Craft & Gift Shop in White Horse Park. Pictured, from left, are Margaret Lamphier, Linda Brindley, Luz Castillo, Nancy Walsh and Janet Rosensteel.
The first-place winner of the Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club 2015 Miniature Golf Tournament was Team “RTO,” sponsored by Taylor Bank. Pictured, from left, are Stacy Schaffer, Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club Treasurer Margaret Mudron, Atif Gaddis and Corey Walsh. Proceeds of this fund-raising event provide scholarships to local students.
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City donated $500 to five local schools to supplement the schools’ budget. Check presentations were made recently by Immediate Past-President Carolyn Dryzga. Above, Dryzga is pictured with Buckingham Elementary Principal Karen T. Marx. The other schools were Berlin Intermediate, Ocean City Elementary, Stephen Decatur Middle and Showell Elementary.