At the Levin Winder Chapter DAR annual awards luncheon, Worcester Prep’s historic essay winners were recognized. Pictured, from left, are Regent Katie Gaskins, Christopher Rilling, Ankith Rajshekar, McKenzie Blake, Jamie Welch, Cooper Richins, and DAR Education Chairman Sandy Quillin.
The Science Olympiad Team from Stephen Decatur Middle School recently competed at Salisbury University with middle schools from all over the Eastern Shore. The team competed in 15 different events for a total of 18 medals. Pictured, back from left, are Ian Waggoner, Parker Williams, Lucia Vicidomini and Annabell Midley; middle, Coach Michelle DeCicco, Camisha Justice, Sha’Tyria Thomas,… Read more »
Showell Elementary kindergarten student Emilie Entwistle shows her leprechaun trap to her teacher, Cathy Woodland. She constructed a trap that had at least one moving part to trap the leprechaun. She built it to entice him into the trap which is why her box is so beautifully decorated in Irish colors with huge four leaf… Read more »
Megan Cooke’s class at Ocean City Elementary School shows off the gold medals they received after completing the Maryland School Assessment. Pictured are Bailey Pusey, Milena Olerta, Brandon Quach, Liam Gillis, Collin Fohner, Owen McAdams, Gracie Williams, Megan Wheeler, Molli Spicer, Gavin McCabe, Jake Gillespie, Cahya Podowski, Julia Howard, Darby Moore, Jake Banks, Rachel Peretz, Litzi… Read more »
Worcester Prep Young Authors winners for Poetry and Short Stories included, front from left, Hannah Perdue, Anna Dashiell, Ava Nally and Haris Gjikuria; middle, Michael Goldsmith, Jacob Meakin, Virginia Bateman, Lily Zechiel, Camden Rayne, Thalia Vasilikos and Claire Stickler; back, Alexander Jett, Katherine Pavlos, Claire Dorey, Sophia Thomaselli, and Meredith Smith. Missing from the photo… Read more »
Hospital To Hold Enroll Delmarva DayBERLIN – On April 11, Atlantic General Hospital will hold Enroll Delmarva Day, an event its patient financial services department has dedicated to assisting the community with health insurance coverage.During this event, uninsured Marylanders can learn more about available health care coverage options and receive guidance in filling out plan… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – The town of Ocean City is starting to feel the heat as this summer approaches with a crammed schedule of events.Last week several private event requests were scheduled under the Mayor and City Council’s legislative consent agenda when most of them were removed to discuss in further detail.Up first, Chris Prybylo of… Read more »
Overhearing a fishing storyPeople who don’t change with successHistory Channel’s ‘The Bible’Elderly couples dancingBrowsing at a liquor storeNew car shoppingEaster weekend festivitiesAssateague at sunriseOld churchesSteamed crabs anytime of yearCriticism that’s not condescending
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Resist a confrontation with that irksome person. The matter will soon blow over anyway. Meanwhile, channel your high Arian energy into areas with more positive potential.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): The innovative Bovine finds a creative way to resolve a sensitive domestic problem by midweek. A former colleague… Read more »
Libraries of the Future” was the topic presented at the March meeting of the AARP by guest speakers Kim Price and Jane Hill from the Ocean City Writers Group and Andrea Schlottman, manager of the Ocean City Library.