Miss Bobik’s third grade students at Showell Elementary School created analog watches in order to practice telling time with one another. Kenny Berry is shown reading a friend’s watch and writing the time shown on a time collection sheet.
Three artists from Snow Hill High School recently placed in the 8th Annual Berlin/O.C. Optimist Student Art Show and Contest held at the Random Juxtaposition Gallery in Ocean Pines. Pictured, from left, are Taylor Burkhead, second place painting; Bethany Belton, third place drawing; and Kasey Jones, first place painting.
Ocean City Elementary School honored the January Students of the Month with a luncheon and special cake sponsored by the Ocean City/Berlin OptiMs. Pictured are, first row, first grade honorees Jasmine Gooch, Nevaeh Wilgis, Natasha Vazquez, Zane Koch, Joshua Myrick, and Rowan Wilkins; second row, second graders Julianna Johnston, Julisa Torres-Tress, Sophia Krasner, Dalton Bunting and… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School history department recognized its top writers from the fall semester in grades 10 and 11. As part of the Worcester County Public Schools writing across the curriculum initiative, United States and world history students are required to write extensive research papers. Pictured, back from left, are Co-principal Karen White, juniors Jonah Crisanti, Tyler… Read more »
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore’s Jeffrey Peter Marx Memorial Fund awarded a $2,000 grant to Worcester County G.O.L.D. to support efforts to provide emergency services to local families in need. Pictured, from left, are Eric Vinson, Treasurer, Worcester County G.O.L.D.; JoAnne Hunsicker; Kelly Barker, Assistant Executive Director, Worcester G.O.L.D.; Jack Perry; Jessica Marx… Read more »
The youth mission trip sponsored by Community Church at Ocean Pines and the Bishopville Charge of United Methodist Churches recently benefited from a dinner hosted by Carrabba’s Italian Grill. The proceeds from the dinner will help fund the youth mission trip to Appalachia in June. Thirty youth and 12 adults will spend a week in Kentucky… Read more »
Star Charities President Anna Foultz and her volunteers presented a check for $3,000 to Major General James Atkins, Adjutant General of Maryland, and Col. Richard Knauer, Jr., Chairman of the Maryland National Guard Foundation, at the American Legion Synepuxent Post #166 in Ocean City. The money was raised through a Beef & Beer fundraiser to benefit… Read more »
Going to bed earlyWings and footballWatching news coverage of Groundhog DayWaking up before the alarm clockLiving and working in BerlinThe first good day after being sickSeeing a movie after reading the bookBaltimore prideThe show, “The Following”Coming across an old “Insider” columnGetting up early