Art League of Ocean City President Rina Thaler recently recognized Joy Faulkner as the organization’s Volunteer of the Year. The award was made at the ALOC annual meeting. Officers were installed at the meeting as well including Thaler as president; Vice President Jill Glassman; Treasurer Lyn Burr; Recording Secretary Jean Scanlon; and Corresponding Secretary Paige… Read more »
At its December meeting, the Atlantic General Hospital Auxiliary donated $65,000 to the hospital’s foundation, with $30,000 supporting the annual campaign. The remaining $35,000 is a pledge to the Major Gifts campaign. Pictured, from left, are Outgoing Auxiliary President Emma Fralley; Michael Franklin, president and CEO of Atlantic General Hospital; Janice Slaysman, Auxiliary treasurer; Outgoing… Read more »
Coldwell Banker Branch Vice President Stephen Cain and Associate Broker Sheila Hodges are pictured presenting a check to Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagle. The donation is from Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Foundation, which is the local chapter of the Realogy Charitable Foundation, a national 501c3 organization set up to benefit the communities served by… Read more »
The Parke fundraising team recently took the plunge in the 15th Annual Penguin Swim to benefit the Atlantic General Hospital Foundation. Twenty-six residents of The Parke at Ocean Pines, an active 55-plus adult community, stepped forward to raise $7,170. The team is pictured above after the chilly dip for a good cause.
Makemie Memorial Presbyterian Church of Snow Hill will feature the voices of God’s Country Crossroads during the regular 11 a.m. morning service on Sunday, Jan. 18. The popular quartet will perform a concert of contemporary religious songs. Singers making up the ensemble are Kirk Carmean, Tenor; Donna Heiser, Soprano; Toni Johnson, Alto; and Dean Stutsman,… Read more »
First District Congressman Frank Kratovil was sworn into office on Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C. Pictured, from left, are Delegate James Mathias (38-B), Kratovil, Worcester County State’s Attorney Joel Todd and Coastal Bays Program Outreach Director Anita Ferguson.
OCEAN CITY- The Greene Turtle boy’s elite travel lacrosse team made a strong showing in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Tournament of Champions last weekend, rallying for four straight wins after dropping its first two contests to capture the championship in the consolation bracket.The Greene Turtle club, made up of some of the top high school… Read more »
OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department is holding a Lax Play Day tomorrow, Saturday, January 10, at Northside Park in Ocean City.The Lax Play Day is open for young boys’ and girls’ players from pre-kindergarten to the 8th grade. Representatives from Salisbury University’s outstanding men’s and women’s lacrosse programs, as well as… Read more »
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball had an up and down run recently, beating county rival Snow Hill in the annual John Coleman Christmas Tournament last week for its first win of the season, followed by a pair of losses this week.The Seahawks got in the win column for the first time this year with… Read more »
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