OCEAN CITY – Last week the City Council seemed willing to play along with ideas to upgrade the Roland E. Powell Convention Center. This week, some members were singing an entirely different tune.Plans were presented at last week’s City Council work session for a $5 million upgrade to the existing convention center which would include… Read more »
Daniel John Macaboy, Sr.BERLIN – Daniel John Macaboy, Sr., age 78, died Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008 at his home in Berlin. Born in Washington D.C. he was the son of the late Frank Macaboy and Mary Conahan Macaboy.Macaboy had been an administrator in Washington Hospital for many years. He was a United States Air Force… Read more »
Giving to others reflects the true spirit of the season. The first grade classes at Snow Hill Elementary School collected money to support the Oasis Ministries program to buy new blankets and pillows for those in need. Shown with the items purchased with their donations are, from left, first grade students Jazmine Sample, Danny Shockley,… Read more »
Cedar Chapel Special School took home second place, third place and Judge’s Special Recognition awards in the local Christmas parades around the area. Shown here are Ariel Godwin, TJ Frampton and Isaiah Foreman performing for the judges.
Debra Quilter’s early intervention class at Ocean City Elementary School recently read a book called “Fall Leaf Project” They collected leaves with their parents, identifying different colors and counting the leaves. The leaves were packed up and shipped to a kindergarten class in Hawaii, where the students do not experience autumn. Students, from left, areBradley… Read more »
Second grade students at Ocean City Elementary School dressed bears for the Salvation Army to distribute to needy children this holiday season in the Ocean City/Berlin area. Pictured from Wendi Eitel’s second grade class are, front, Hannah Johnson and Sarah Proctor and, back, Kevin Beck, Mary James and Jack Remmell
Worcester Prep freshmen, under the direction of teacher Dana Schaefer, wrote letters to government leaders encouraging them to consider making government buildings more energy efficient. The students researched possible solutions to problems with their local governmental buildings. Letters were sent to the Accomac County Council, Bethany Beach TownCouncil, Berlin Town Council, Georgetown Town Council, Ocean… Read more »
Worcester Prep Varsity Lacrosse Coach Kevin Gates recently spent some quality time on the lacrosse field with third grade student Tucker Brown, Rehoboth Beach. Brown had the winning bid at this year’s Gala auction and got to join Gates and the team for practice and a game
Students at Berlin Intermediate School invited some special individuals to their school to help celebrate American Education Week in November. Students sent invitations to the County Commissioners and other local dignitaries. Above, sixth grader Summer Mattie is pictured with County Commissioner Bobby Cowger, who stopped by to see her personally
Students in Sheri Brueckner’s kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary School recently used their five senses to learn about apples. Pictured are Amica Shrestha and Dakota Martin.