Dec. 2: KC Bingo5 p.m., doors open; 6:30 p.m., games begin; rear of St. Luke’s Church, 9901 Coastal Hwy., O.C. Refreshments on sale. For more information, 410-524-7994.Dec. 2: Everything $6 Sale8 a.m.-4 p.m., AGH Main Lobby. All proceeds benefit the Atlantic Gen-eral Hospital. Necklaces, rings, shawls, watches, eyeglasses, gift ideas for men, women and children.Dec…. Read more »
28t Saturday, Dec. 3: Phantom LimbsPour house, The 410-289-POUR 501 S. Baltimore Ave.,Corner Of Wicomico & Baltimore Ave. Friday, Dec. 2: DJ BiglerSaturday, Dec. 3: Skip Dixxon’s 12 Bands Of Christmas with Phantom Limbs, The Hooplas, Slackjaw, Livin’ the Dream, Semiblind, Dust N Bones, Abbys Cage, When We Collide, Witches Brew and Asphalt SurfersEvery Tuesday:… Read more »
West Ocean City- Berlin Ocean Pines-FruitlandBreakfast Cafe Of Ocean City 12736 Ocean Gateway, West Ocean City 410-213-1804Open 7 days a week between Sunsations & Starbucks, across from Outback, come join us at the “Breakfast Cafe” (formerly Rambler Coffee Shop) we are a family-friendly restaurant that’s been family own-ed for 30 years passed from mother to… Read more »
Rayne’s Reef owner Michael Queen has again offered his place of business as a collection point for the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program each Christmas season. Helen Wiley, coordinator of The Church Mouse Thrift Shop on North Main St. in Berlin, has a tradition of filling up the collection bin at Rayne’s with toys purchased by St… Read more »
Seaside Christian Academy’s mission for the month of November was Diakonia. The students and families gathered specific items that were needed and presented them to Susan Blaney, faculties/volunteer coordinator of Diakonia. With Blaney, above left, are Shyanne Smullen, Lucas Franzetti, Rachel Peretz, and Dyllon Collier.
Bruce Robson, Mark Engberg and Frank Brittingham of CFS Retirement & Tax Solutions, presented Wicomico Habitat for Humanity with a check for $2,000 to continue habitat’s revitalization of the Church Street neighborhood. The donation was made in memory of local builder Frank Kirwan who did the construction of CFS’s offices.