Two new members were welcomed recently by the General Levin Winder Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution at a luncheon meeting recently. Each new member has proven lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution. Pictured, from left, are Jeannette Fisher Colea, Jennifer Fisher Hickman and Regent Pat Arata.
Delegates Norman H. Conway and James N. Mathias Jr. were honored by the Worcester County Retired School Personnel at a Spring Luncheon at Barbely’s Restaurant in Newark this month. Above, President Roxie Connelly presented Conway and Mathias with plaques expressing appreciation for their service to the community and education specifically.
Swimming with my kids Thin crust pizza Fresh cut flowers in the house My son’s love of CAT trucks A room with a big bookcase Smell of a hardware store Tree branches swaying in the wind Walking along big boats in a marina A dip in a pool before breakfast Standing on the Inlet jetty Squirrels chasing each other around a tree
OCEAN CITY – Today’s baby boomers constitute one of the wealthiest segments of the U.S. population, with an estimated $41 trillion expected to pass from boomers to their heirs by the year 2052. If you expect to be a participant in this massive transfer of wealth, you should approach it in a way that keeps… Read more »