Star Charities recently raised $841 for the Girl Scouts. Star Charities founder Anna Foultz (left) presented the check to Director for Unit 7 Beverly Meadows (right). On Tuesday March 12th, 2019 the Girl Scouts celebrated 107 years.
This year, Middle School teacher Keith Geiger implemented Worcester Prep’s inaugural Destination Imagination (DI) after-school club. Two teams of sixth- and seventh- graders were formed, one competitive and one non-competitive. Practicing their performance for parents and teachers is DI Team Manager Geiger with students Jack Fernley, Mike DePalma, Will Wells and Aleksey Klimins.
Ocean City Lions Club member Ben Dawson received a $10,000 contribution from Pam and Macky Stansell to the Ocean City Lions Charities which supports wounded military heroes. The Stansells have supported this program for many years and the OC Lions Charities contribution for wounded warriors rehabilitation now exceeds $401,000.
On Thursday, March 14, The Rotary Club of Salisbury distributed more than $39,000 to 12 local nonprofits from funds raised during the 2018 Governor’s Challenge basketball tournament. The Rotary Club of Salisbury is a partner with Wicomico County for the annual Governor’s Challenge basketball tournament, which was sponsored by The Bank of Delmarva.
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Ocean City Elementary School volunteer Skip Carey presented a check to the kindergarten students, enabling each of them to receive a $5 coupon to spend at the school’s 2019 Scholastic Book Fair. Carey loves to volunteer in the kindergarten classrooms at OCES. Pictured with Carey from left, are Brooks Huye,tt, Frederick Singer, Landon Bounds, Joshua… Read more »
Students in Vit’s fifth-grade social studies class at Berlin Intermediate School learned about important battles during the American Revolution. They created timelines of six important battles, identifying their significance, important people who took part in the battle, the outcome of each battle, as well as a visual to accompany each battle. Pictured, from left, are… Read more »
On Friday, March 15, the Town of Berlin hosted its annual employee recognition ceremony. Among those honored were, from left, Planning Director Dave Engelhart, senior accountant Rondell Wise, Town Administrator Laura Allen, spray site supervisor Megan Pfaller, water distribution technician Ryan Showell, assistant wastewater superintendent Keith Dukes and Mayor Gee Williams.