Every October the new Kiwanis year begins, and the gavel of the President of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City was passed from outgoing President Mark Joseph to incoming President Barbara Peletier, who formerly served as president in 2012-2013. Submitted Photos
Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City President Mark Joseph is pictured with Wendy Meyer of the CRICKET Center after she informed the club about the non-profit organization, which supports the Worcester County Child Advocacy Center and depends on donations and grants and their fundraisers to do this most important work to protect our children.
After 16 weeks of 12 hours of daily sales, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City’s raffle for a new car came to a close at the Sunfest entertainment tent stage. Jeff Duke is pictured drawing the winning ticket from the barrel of over 85,000 ticket stubs as club members Charlie Warner, Roy Foreman… Read more »
The Kiwanis Dawg Team provided hot dogs, pastries and drinks for the Sept. 10 Truck Show at the Ocean Pines War Memorial Park. In addition to the good eats, the kids enjoyed honking the truck horns and emergency vehicle sirens. Pictured, from left, are volunteers Pat Winkelmayer, Joe Beall, Barb Peletier, Candy Foreman and Dick… Read more »
Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) from across the state recently gathered at the Milestone Restaurant in Easton for the Maryland State Society’s Fall Forum. The annual luncheon was preceded by an Information Market where members “shopped” displays by committee chairmen to learn a-bout projects for the coming year. Above, State Conservation… Read more »