Attorney Brian H. Clark recently presented a check for $2,000 to Ocean City Police Chief Ross Buzzuro for the purpose of obtaining and distributing bicycle lights to residents to further enhance bike safety along resort roads.
Members of American Legion Post 64, along with Wanda Turner of Nanticoke, mother of Wicomico native Sgt. Major Wardell Turner, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in November 2014, were among those attending a recent Salute to Veterans, hosted by MAC Inc., the Area Agency on Aging. Pictured, from left, are Larry Shew, Ernest… Read more »
Members of the three local Rotary Clubs recently presented a $4,500 donation to Operation We Care made possible by the inaugural Flags For Heroes project, jointly sponsored by the clubs. Pictured, from left, are Brad Sutliffe, President of the Sunrise Rotary Club; Jeff and Diana Merritt, Operation We Care; Ron Boltz, Sunrise Rotary Club; Audrey… Read more »
Star Charities’ annual fundraiser was held at Ocean Downs July 14 with proceeds to benefit 4Steps Therapeutic Riding Program, a nationally recognized equestrian program serving injured and disabled adults and children including military service members and their families. The event at Ocean Downs raised $1,500. Entertainers from Frontier Town are pictured from left along with Star Charities… Read more »
Karen M. “Gale” Shannahan WEST OCEAN CITY – Karen M. “Gale” Shannahan, age 69, of West Ocean City, passed away on July 14, 2016. Born in Baltimore on Sept. 11, 1946, she was the daughter of the late John and Margaret Archer. She moved to Ocean City in the early 70’s and made many friends… Read more »
PNC Bank recently provided a $10,000 grant to support United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore’s Imagination Library Program, which delivers free books each month to the homes of local children ages birth to five to encourage reading and ensure success in kindergarten and beyond. Above, PNC Bank Vice President, Bob Core, right presents United… Read more »
Donald Jay Cropper BERLIN — Donald Jay Cropper, “Jay-Jay,” age 68, died on Sunday, July 10, 2016 at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. Born in Salisbury, he was the son of the late Edward James and Ruth A. Taylor Cropper. He is survived by his daughter Mary Ann Cropper-Hickman of Berlin, grandchildren Zachary and Anna… Read more »