VFW Post 8296 Thanks Maryland Dispatch

VFW Post 8296 Thanks Maryland Dispatch

VFW Post 8296 Senior Vice Commander Fred Muela paid a surprise visit to The Dispatch’s office last Thursday to thank the publication for its coverage of the monthly breakfasts at the post. Above, Muela, center, is pictured with Editor Steve Green and People In Society photographer and account sales representative Jeanette Deskiewicz.

Three Tenors And Two Divas Performed At The OP Community Church And Raised $8,000 For AGH

Three Tenors And Two Divas Performed At The OP Community Church And Raised $8,000 For AGH

Three Tenors and Two Divas performed at the Ocean Pines Community Church last month, raising approximately $8,000 for Atlantic General Hospital. Pictured, seated from left, are Diva Barbara Waymas, Auxiliary President Betty Franke, Diva Donna Buonauro and Janet Morse, who chaired and held a reception in her Ocean Pines home following the performance. Standing, from… Read more »

Things I Like

Everything about AssateagueCatching a sunrise and sunset on the same dayGrilled fish and salad
 The view from the long pier at Isle of Wight ParkLarry David’s ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’Watching kids learn to surfItalian ice on a hot dayCrabs and corn on the cobMornings with my boysQuiet weekends at homeFarmers markets

What’s Your Sign

What’s Your Sign

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): You sometimes go to extremes to prove a point. But this time, you won’t have to. Supporters are ready, falling over themselves to help you make your case.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): Venus might be your ruling planet, but Mars is in the picture as well. So don’t… Read more »

Council OKs Tower Welcome Message

OCEAN CITY – Councilman Joe Hall is traveling an alternative avenue this week seeking support for ways to retain existing Ocean City customers.Simultaneously, the City Council voted Monday for the 64th Street water tower to have its regularly scheduled maintenance and to combine that effort with the placement of a “Welcome and Thank You” message… Read more »

Parking Changes Eyed For Government Lots

SALISBURY — Parking problems in the city have officials considering changes to several government lots, some of which might upset disabled employees, according to one Salisbury City Council member.The council discussed changes to nearby lot number 9, which is behind the government building, and lot number 14, which is across the street. Lot 9 especially… Read more »