Jan. 28: AARP 55 Alive Driving Program9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sponsored by the Ocean Pines Chapter of the AARP. Many insurance companies provide a premium discount that is effective for 3 years. Cost: $12, AARP members; $14, non-members. To reserve space for this class ot a future class, 410-641-6278. You will be informed of the location… Read more »
Buxy’s Salty Dog 410-289-0973 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. Friday, Jan. 28: TBA Saturday, Jan. 29: Tim Cyphers DuoCharlie’s Bayside Restaurant 302-539-3526 Rte. 1 & Maryland Ave., Fenwick Island Friday, Jan. 28: Chris Button & Joe Mama, 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29: Electric Velvet, 8 p.m.Clarion Hotel 410-524-3535 10100 Coastal Hwy. Ocean Club:… Read more »
Thanks to a few interruptions of power, I found myself in a tough predicament Monday night.Over the last couple years, I have come to understand there are many curve balls that come with parenting. Some of these lessons have been easier to deal with than others.Sure, there are many things that can be planned out… Read more »
Student from Hazel Freeman’s, Wendy Nash’s and Ben Nelson’s homerooms at Berlin Intermediate School delighted Berlin Nursing Home residents with performances and presentations. Everyone enjoyed the “Memory Game” with the winter fun cards that students had colored. Above are Ross Makomson and Daniel Scott with a Berlin Nursing Home resident.
Before winter break, students from Susan Baker’s, Rita Shahan’s and Pam Yingling’s homerooms at Berlin Intermediate School visited with the residents at Berlin Nursing Home. Students made and distributed holiday wreaths, sang songs and played musical instruments for the residents. Students pictured are Megan Corcoran, Logan Figgs, Wayne Morse, Andrew Nock and James Whittingham.
Students in Kristie Priestley’s first grade class at Ocean City Elementary School enjoyed researching facts about snowflakes. After writing two facts that they learned, they each created a model of a snowflake. Pictured, from left, are Morgan Echols, Autumn Tunnell and Brandon Campechano-Cordero.
The Worcester Preparatory School Parents’ Association treated all students and their families to an evening of basketball, music and dinner. Pictured, from left, are middle school students Luke Buas, Shelby Cannatelli, Karlie Southcomb, Julie Talbert, Owen Nally, Aria Zia-Shakeri, Ryan Shriver and Tate Shockley.
Stephen Decatur High School biology teacher Jim Krall along with Worcester County Deputy and School Resource Officer Jason Chance teamed up to teach a lesson on crime scene investigation. Students analyzed a fictitious crime scene, then conducted DNA testing of blood found on the scene using gel electrophoresis and compared it to blood samples of… Read more »
Worcester County STEM students from the biomedical and pre-engineering programs volunteered at the Eastern Shore First Lego League Regional Tournament. The students were in charge of scoring, set-up, take-down, music, electronic score submission and everything to do with the actual table tournament. The students are from Stephen Decatur H High School, Worcester Technical High School… Read more »