Mendy Fiori’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary School is learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. They read “Martin’s Big Words” and believe with King that “Love is the key to the problems of the world.”
Worcester Preparatory School’s 2009-2010 Ensemble poses for a formal photo after one of its recent performances. The Ensemble performs throughout the year at Worcester Prep concerts and events and during the holidays at senior centers and retirement homes. Pictured, front from left, are Hannah Gaskill, Ashley Foreman, Hope Evans, Chelsea Thaler, Tim Lewis, Bryce Butler,… Read more »
Kirsten Danisavich’s students Patrick Mumford, Jessica Blancas Chavez, Eric Rimel, Evan Marlowe, Megan Hurley, and Braeden Dang put the finishing touches on the class’s first place science fair project, Electromagnet Mystery.
OCEAN CITY – While there is never a wrong time to revisit your estate plan with your attorney, two aspects of the current economic environment may provide an especially good opportunity to launch new trusts or structured charitable giving. In our view, today’s very low interest rates are advantageous for some estate planning vehicles, and… Read more »
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Mixed signals could create problems. Make sure your views are presented clearly, and insist others do the same. Don’t let an unanswered question go by without a full explanation.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): Financial pressures ease, allowing for more budget flexibility. But as the money-wise Bovine will appreciate,… Read more »
A big pickup truck with a dog in the back Holding a sleeping baby How my dogs only like tennis balls Driving over the bay bridge Eggs and scrapple for breakfast Seeing local T-shirts elsewhere A spicy Bloody Mary with celery The Coffee House channel on XM That people stop for squirrels crossing Main Street… Read more »
Habitat For Humanity of Worcester County celebrated the New Year by extending the hours of operation for their warehouse to the first and third Saturday of every month. Members of the warehouse sales team are Bill O’Donnell, David Suznavick, Jim Griffin, Nancy Reese and Joanne Pacana. All proceeds benefit the building of three Habitat homes… Read more »
The 2nd Annual Mah Jong Tournament at Temple Bat Yam was another huge success with 36 players taking part. For the second year in a row, Joan Kessler won first prize. The second prize winner was Connie Phipps and third was Nancy Howard. All winners won cash prizes.
The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently announced funding of $37,000 for the Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay in Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties. Above, Aaron Reid, assistant director of the United Way, presents a check for $37,000 to Anne Hogan, Girl Scouts CEO, and Ron Alessi, Girls Scouts local Advisory… Read more »
Lisa Rodriguez-Long of Live Long Fitness presents a $200 check to Showell Elementary School Principal Diane Shorts for the AFG Academic Team to purchase books for Willet’s Library. Participants ran the 2nd Annual 5K Reindeer Run in Berlin. Pictured at the check presentation are Assistant Principal Aaron Dale, Karin Lertora, Angie Sullivan, Jennette Mears, Scott… Read more »