Julie Biscoe and her kindergarten students join the nurses from Atlantic General Hospital in their very own uniforms during a program about the hospital that was presented at Ocean City Elementary School.

WPS New Student Government

Worcester Prep’s 2010-2011 Student Government officers and representatives are, first row, from left, Thomas Buas, Alissa Talbert, President Kyle Joseph, and Jamie Welch; second row, James Willey, Brad Mullen and Connor Nally; third row, Hope Evans, Chris Duke, Erin Royal, Lynde Pepper and Alyssa Alicia; back row, advisor Franklin Love, Treasurer Christopher Potvin, Secretary Kelley… Read more »

Open Houses This Week

WEST OCEAN CITY Bay Point Plantation Rt589/Gum Point Rd Daily 10-5 Waterfront Estate Lots in 142 Acre Preserve Kevin Decker The Fritschle Group/ Condominium Realty 443-235-6552OCEAN CITY Coconut Malorie 60th Street Bayfront Open Daily 1BR w/ Views Jim White ReMax Premier Properties 410-726-9026OCEAN CITY Makai Condominiums 42nd St. Bayside Daily 10-4 New Construction 2BR &… Read more »

New Certification Achieved

New Certification AchievedBERLIN – Coastal Hospice and Palliative Care has announced Human Resources Manager Valerie Beckwith was recently certified as a Professional in Human Resources by the Human Resource Certification Institute.Certification signifies that the person possesses the theoretical knowledge and practical experience in human resource management necessary to pass a rigorous examination demonstrating a mastery… Read more »

Mathias Sworn In

Senator Jim Mathias was sworn in as Maryland State Senator for District 38 at a ceremony at the State Capitol in Annapolis last week. Shown with him on the Senate floor after the ceremony are his wife, Kathy; daughter, Lauren; and son, Trevor.

OPGC Installs New Officers

The Ocean Pines Garden Club installed its new officers this month. Pictured, from left, are Marsha Reeve, corresponding secretary; Sharon Puser, treasurer; Marian Bickerstaff, president; Barbara Ferger, vice-president; and Suzanne Brooke, recording secretary.

SMS Shows Thanks To Ravens Roost 96

Ravens Roost 96 was given a thank you poster from Selbyville Middle School’s Special Education class. During the Christmas season, Ravens Roost 96 collected money, toiletries and gifts that were given to the Selbyville Middle School special needs students. Above are Ed Owings, intervention specialist, who chaired the program assisted by Diane Turner.

United Way SHows Support

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently presented Worcester Youth & Family Counseling Services (WYFCS) with $62,404 to support programs that provide professional counseling services for children, individuals, couples and families. Since 1985, WYFCS has received $883,356 in United Way funding. Pictured, from left, are United Way Board member Elaine Brady, Dina Scarpino of… Read more »