The Carol Steffy Spirit of Esther Fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) contributed $400 to the PAC14 Endowment Fund. Carol Steffy established the Spirit of Esther Fund in memory of her mother, Esther Sinnott Moore. The donation will allow PAC14 to continue to provide local community oriented television programming. Pictured, from left, are BJ Summers, Director, Development and Philanthropic Services, CFES; Tom Taylor, Governmental and Studio Production Coordinator, PAC14; Creig Twilley, Executive Director, PAC14; and Steffy.
Elizabeth Louise McDonald OCEAN PINES — Elizabeth Louise “Betty” McDonald, age 90, died Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014, at her home in Ocean Pines. Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Arthur B. Nalley and Louisa Lecker. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 62 years, Kenneth Earle “Mac” McDonald, on Oct. 24, 2014. Betty … Continue reading
The Ocean City Development Corporation held its annual Clean Sweep event throughout the downtown area earlier this month. Above many of the volunteers are pictured on Dorchester Street after canvassing the downtown.
Quota Club representatives recently presented a $5,000 Field of Interest Grant to Peninsula Regional Medical Center staff to provide forensic nurse training for regional nurses. The training program will begin January 2015, giving priority to Lower Eastern Shore nurses. Pictured, from left, are Paula Brown, Board Member, Quota Club Women & Children; Emily Saulsbury, President, Quota Club Women & Children; … Continue reading
SoDel Concepts brought its Big Thunder Roadside Kitchen to the grand opening of the Epworth Skate Park, located on the grounds of Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth, and not only did the skateboarders and their families enjoy the food but the park also enjoyed the profits. SoDel Concepts donated all its proceeds from food and beverage sales and then … Continue reading
During the annual fall meeting of the Worcester County Historical Society, grants were awarded to eight county museums. Pictured, from left, are Barry Laws, president of the Historical Society; William H. Kerbin, Delmarva Discovery Center; Laura Mears, St. Martin’s Church Foundation; Rita Ullmann, The Costen House Museum; Cynthia Byrd, Julia A. Purnell Museum; Sandra Hurley, Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum; … Continue reading
The Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association held its Annual Pink Lady Golf Tournament at the Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club to raise money to help provide mammogram screenings through the Eunice Q. Sorin Women’s Diagnostics Center at Atlantic General Hospital. The association raised $952 during this year’s event, bringing their total contribution over the past four years to $3,800 … Continue reading
The Caine Woods Community Association (CWCA) in Ocean City held its sixth annual charity crab feast at Higgins Crab House North in Ocean City in September. The crab feast was the final event of the year for the CWCA’s selected charity, the N.O.E.L. (Nothing Other than Eating and Loving) Community of St. Paul’s by the Sea Episcopal Church. Over the … Continue reading
Regina Marie Esham BERLIN — Regina Marie Esham, 67, of Berlin, died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. During the last few years of her life, she resided in both Berlin and Pocomoke City. Born Feb. 4, 1947 in Washington, DC, she was the only child of Walter and Mildred Welsh. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by … Continue reading
William Seechuk OCEAN CITY — On Oct. 28, 2014, William (Bill) Seechuk, 73, was taken to his heavenly father. Bill was born in Baltimore, the son of the late Ida M. Seechuk (nee Santoni) and William W. Seechuk, Sr. He was the beloved brother of Rosemary Soper and her husband, Ron, and the late Thomas Seechuk. He is also survived by his loving sister-in-law, Janet, his … Continue reading