Serious about learning to use technologies correctly are kindergarten students in Erika Phillip’s computer class at Worcester Prep. Pictured at work are, from left, J.R. Hamer, Brooke Phillips, Brice Richins and Cyia Quillin.
Berlin Intermediate School’s Students Against Drunk Driving After School Club recently attended a leadership conference at the Snow Hill Fire Department. Pictured above are Tiffany Bandura, Alyssa Howard, Cassidy Fisher, CC Boyer, Patrick Devenny, Scott Devenny, Kandace Scheel, Alisa Purnell, Emily Trimble, Sallie Custodio (advisor), Alexis Nick, Becky Evans, Zainab Mirza, Olivia Stinebiser,Arielle Hanrahan, Sara… Read more »
Damian Bailey, Aiden Cook, and Riley Rogers from Mrs. Hawkins’ second grade class participated in a reader’s theatre production, “A Thanksgiving Pageant,” in celebration of American Education Week. Pictured, from left, are Damian Bailey, Aiden Cook and Riley Rogers.
Eighth students at Worcester Prep enjoyed several days last month working on team-building experiences and personal challenges at the Echo Hill Outdoor School on the Chesapeake Bay in Worton, Md. Above building a beach shelter are, from left, Alissa Talbert, Razaak Eniola, Cynthia Delaney and Chloe Maykrantz.
Snow Hill Elementary School recently hosted a “Desserts for Dad” event, which promotes the importance of a father’s involvement in the education of their children. Fathers, grandfathers and uncles were invited to come and spend time with their child sharing a wonderful ice cream treat and then accompanying the students to their classrooms. Above, kindergarten… Read more »
TJ Maloney, Board President of Village of Hope, Bill Middleton, Immediate Past President of United Way Eastern Shore, and Kathleen Mommé, Executive Director of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, celebrate Village of Hope’s $46,000 in funding from United Way.
The Baby Boomers Group at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Ocean City is sponsoring a Christmas Cookie Walk on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds go to Diakonia in West Ocean City. Above are St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Baby Boomers Group representative Cyndi Gradwell and Diakonia Volunteer Coordinator Susan Blaney.
The American Legion Sinepuzent Post 166 presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Atlantic General Hospital Thrift Shop for its donations to the post’s ongoing clothing drive for regional veterans. Pictured, from left, are shop co-managers Irma Malloy and Sally Monaghan with volunteer Janet Morse and Bill Wolf, commander of Synepuxent Post 166.
The campaign to collect “Holiday Gifts for Our Soldiers Overseas” continues during November. Above, Carl Foultz, left, organizer of the program, and Teresa Travatello, Marketing/Public Relations Director for Ocean Pines, holds the black collection barrels that can be found at the drop-off points located in the Ocean Pines Library, Berlin Library, Ocean City Library, American Legion Post… Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School has received a $750 grant from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program to support the school’s biology program for sixth and seventh grades. Michael Abercrombie, Jr., president of Cato Gas & Oil Company, worked with Middle School faculty members to secure the grants, which is one of 2.400 available to schools across the… Read more »