Town Of Ocean City Congratulates Employees

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The Town of Ocean City congratulated Catrice Parsons, the town’s Procurement Manager, for obtaining the Certified Public Procurement Buyer (CPPB) credential and Pamela McMillan, Procurement/Supply Supervisor, for obtaining the Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) credential through Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC). Submitted Photos

Berlin Lioness Club Holds Installation Dinner At The Captain’s Table

The Berlin Lioness Club recently held its installation dinner at the Captain’s Table in Ocean City. Officers for the year include Board members Past President Mary Ann Moniodis, Bernice Magnone, Ann Gillespie, Vice President Jackie Flora, President Elaine Anderson, Co-Secretary Ruth Scott and Christy Fulton and Treasurer Betty Sgro. Berlin Lion Doug Parks installed the new officers.

Daughters Of The American Revolution From Across The State Gather For The Maryland State Society’s Fall Forum

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. Attending from the General Levin Winder Chapter were Regent Barbara May and Pat Arata. Arata also serves as State Chairman of the Conservation committee.

Worcester County Commissioners Urging Participation In The Out Of Darkness Walk To Prevent Suicide On Sept. 26

At their Sept. 15, meeting, the Worcester County Commissioners presented a proclamation recognizing September as Suicide Prevention Month and urging participation in the Out of Darkness Walk to Prevent Suicide on Sept. 26 on the Boardwalk at Caroline Street to Health Department Planning, Quality and Core Services Director Jennifer LaMade and other community partners. Pictured, front row from left, are … Continue reading

Five Community Leaders Elected To Rackliffe House Trust Board Of Directors

Five community leaders have recently been elected to the Rackliffe House Trust Board of Directors. The new members bring a wealth of expertise in historic architecture, interpretation, public relations and business management to the Trust, which works with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to maintain the 1740s merchant-planter’s home located at Assateague State Park. The five newly elected board members … Continue reading

Governor Larry Hogan Attends Redskins Game With Four Children From The Cool Kids Campaign

Governor Larry Hogan attended the Washington Redskins home opener against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday along with four children from the Cool Kids Campaign who are also battling cancer. The Cool Kids Campaign is a non-profit organization devoted to improving the quality of life for children with cancer and their families. Hogan is pictured at the game with his four … Continue reading