Some of the Worcester Prep students who will be performing in Hello! DollyFriday, Feb. 26 and Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. are, from left, Chelsea Thaler (Irene Molloy), Ocean City; Austin Cook (Cornelius Hackl), Berlin; Paige Spangler (Minnie Fay), Berlin; and Hunter Harmon (Barnaby Tucker), Rehoboth Beach.
Stephen Decatur High School recently received a $750 grant from the Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance program and the Ocean Petroleum Company. Ocean Petroleum representative Trish Connell presented a check to the school that was spent on science equipment. Above, Senior Andrew Murrell uses a spectroscope, purchased with the grant money, to examine noble gases in Fran… Read more »
Jacqueline Knowlton’s third grade class at Ocean City Elementary School researched Red-Eyed Tree Frogs for their Non-Experimental Science Fair Project. Pictured are Micheal Rutka, Reed Welton, and Sivan Cohen creating a model frog.
Cassidy VanVonno plays the drum set that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim VanVonno, recently donated to Rick Chapman’s music class at Ocean City Elementary School.
The Stephen Decatur High School drama department hosted its annual talent show last week. From singers and musical performers to dancers to comedians, the overall night was an entertainment success. Singer and acoustic guitar player Kenny Pearson, above, took the grand prize of $100 and bragging rights for a year. Pearson dedicated the evening to… Read more »
The Democratic Women’s Club was honored to have Warden Ira Shockley and Assistant Warden Rita Lawson give interesting insights into life at the Snow Hill jail at the club’s January meeting at the Ocean Pines Community Center. Club meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 10 a.m. Pictured, from left, are Diana… Read more »
Ocean City Lions Club member Wayne Cannon presents a “thank you” check from the club to Ocean City-Berlin Leo Club President Lindsey Bankert. The check will be used for the Leo Club’s many community projects. The Leo Club is the Lions’ youth-based group headquartered at Stephen Decatur High School.
Optimists recently took a few minutes from planning for the Seaside Boat Show and Scholarship Lotto for a photo. Pictured, front from left, are Bob Russell, President; Lew Frey, Vice President; and Charlie Dorman, Boat Show Chairman; and, back from left, Ralph Green, Vice President; and Rich Dalton, Lotto Chairman
The Knights of Columbus Ocean City Council last week hosted its annual social banquet, which featured numerous awards being presented throughout the night. One of the highlights of the event was a check presentation to June Walker of the Worcester County Development Center for $15,617 raised during the organization’s tootsie roll drive where tootsie rolls… Read more »
Hospital Meets StandardsBERLIN – By demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety, Atlantic General Hospital and Health System has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™.Founded in 1951, The Joint Commission is dedicated to continuously improving the safety and quality of the nation’s health care through voluntary… Read more »