Third grader Elizabeth Horner at Buckingham Elementary School show the letters that she recently wrote to Santa as part of a class lesson.
Marcus Shorter, third grade student in Mrs. Williams’ class at Buckingham Elementary School, shows the letters he recently wrote to Santa as part of a class lesson
Buckingham Elementary School first-grade students Olivia Brown, Evan Kinsey and Will Barrett show off their holiday hats in Mrs. Jack’s class.
Orchestra students started off the holiday season at Berlin Intermediate School by performing for the students, teachers and parents. Above, cello players Malia Nichols and Becca Cooper perform one of the many pieces presented at the concert.
Buckingham Elementary School pre-kindergarten students Jayden Criner and Marsha Malcombson show off a gingerbread house they made as a class. They are students in Mrs. Raine’s class.
Chirstine Lieb’s kindergarten students from Ocean City Elementary School worked through the scientific process to discover what type of paper best repels water. Pictured are Emma Meyers conducting the experiment and Elijah Wiltbank recording the findings on a data sheet.
Ocean City Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary held its Christmas Luncheon at the Cottage Cafe in Delaware. They brought donations to stock the Baby Pantry for Worcester County G.O.L.D. Here are Frances Nickels, Bertha Huettner, Margaret Yates and Darlene Onley
Brian and Christine Selzer, along with their clients, of Merrill Lynch in Ocean City recently donated unwrapped toys to the local Toys for Tots drive. They are pictured with some of the items collected.
Atlantic General Hospital Auxiliary held a swearing in of 2010 officers during the auxiliary annual membership meeting held in December at the Ocean Pines Library. Pictured, from left, are Harriet Johnson, president; Betty Franke, vice president; Kathleen Gibbons, recording secretary; Janice Slaysman, treasurer; Lavern Powell, corresponding secretary; and Carole Kramer, Maryland Association of Hospital Auxiliaries… Read more »
For the fifth consecutive year, the Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society made an annual donation to Believe in Tomorrow Childrens Foundation. This year the group was able to collect thousands of dollars working the school parking lot during Bike Week. Officers presented a check to local Coordinator Wayne Littleton last week in the… Read more »