Students on the sixth grade Dolphins Team wrapped up their statistics unit by taking “Barbie” on a bungee jumping trip. The students gathered data pertaining to the distance Barbie traveled each time two rubber bands were added to the bungee. Measurements were then analyzed for mean, median, mode and range. Above, Berkeley King, Ana Garcia, and… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School students in Linda Brown’s second grade class proudly display their Maryland landform maps. After studying maps and geography, they created the maps using different colors of clay to show the mountains, hills and plains found in our state. Students shown are, back, Reed Welton, Tyler Bernal, Dylan Bossalina; middle, Sivan Cohen,… Read more »
BERLIN – There’s lot of reasonable questions as we approach the end of the year and here are some smart year-end moves and a sensible long-term strategy could minimize your bill.Will I pay the AMT? The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act, signed into law in October, applies another one-year “patch” to the alternative minimum tax, but… Read more »
AGH Adds NeurologistBERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital recently announced the addition of neurologist Preeti Yonker, M.D., to the Atlantic General Hospital/Health System Medical Staff. The hospital recruited Yonker to the Atlantic General Health System network of providers as part of its mission to further improve access to specialized care in Worcester County.Yonker earned her medical… Read more »
Insider’s got the nubs. No, it’s not a disease. His entire body is covered with hundreds of tiny green cotton balls from a recently purchased bath towel. He just returned from the shower and a glance in the mirror to enjoy his good looks revealed several fuzzy green dots decorating his eyebrows, hair and body…. Read more »
I can’t get through a football game anymore without a nap.I have always loved Saturday and Sunday afternoon football games, but they have taken on a bit of a new meaning of late. It’s become more of a time for me to nap with my little boy than to actually root on any particular team.Last… Read more »
The Worcester County Health Department and the Local Management Board partnered to host the 2nd Annual Family Day Celebration last month. All events were encouraged to be done together as a family. Raffle winners were, above from left, Tina Warrick, Jolisa Jackson, Shaquia Jackson, Jordan Pitts and Tokysha Townsend.
Members of the Twisters gymnastics team traveled to Stroudsburg, Pa. to the International Gymnastics Camp and one of the Olympic Training centers to be trained by past Olympians and Olympic coaches over the Thanksgiving break including Blaine Wilson, a three-time Olympian and silver medallist. Pictured above with Wilson are Mackenzi Wagner, Hailey Brown, Mikayla Amey,… Read more »
The Board of Trustees of Worcester Preparatory School has announced that three new members were elected to membership on the board. They are, from left, Michael Truitt, Bishopville; Cathy Davies-Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; and Greg Langeler, Salisbury. The new members are Worcester Prep parents who serve on the Board Development Committee.
Temple Bat Yam President Dr. Lawrence Michnick and Rabbi Susan Warshaw welcomed the Stevenson United Methodist Church bible study group to Shabbat services. Pictured are Catherine Whaley, Mary O’Neal, Sandra Foreman, Michnick, Carolie Patton, Nikki Grant, Warshaw, Suzanne Auwarter, Karen Smith, Diane Graham, Lou Magsamen, Pamella Russell, Melody Johnson, and Gladys Gaynor.