Summer of 1971 Volume XVII Issue 7 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Althea Rutherford, who was also featured in a full-page advertisement from Hess Apparel, which had a store on 9th Street and the Boardwalk at this time. Jolly Roger, which called itself “The Family Playground” at this time, was where the Arnold… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate sixth grade student Yami Portela turned in sand dollars as part of the Positive Behavior Intervention Support program incentive. She spent time in Melissa Vit’s class assisting students during a fifth grade social studies webquest about the Jamestown Colony. She is pictured helping fifth grader Judah Ponds navigate through the webquest.
Fifteen Stephen Decatur High School students were recently inducted into the National English Honor Society (NEHS) this fall. The NEHS has many service campaigns including holding an annual book drive, managing the school’s writing center and partnering with local elementary schools for reading projects. Pictured, back from left, are Mia Dill, Madilyn Ortega, Jeff Helvig,… Read more »
A motivated group of Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society students on Oct. 28 raked leaves, pulled weeds, trimmed bushes, and provided some landscaping improvements at the Berlin park. Pictured, back from left, are Hayden Zaiser, Conor Boyle, Brandon Yusuf, Parker Wheeler, Shane Cioccio, Kyle Jarmon and Preston Whittaker; and, front, Diamond Rounds, Alexis… Read more »
Being without my phone every now and again Reviewing financial reports Pulling in the driveway after a long road trip The drastic temperatures swings this time of year Funny PSAs When my kids look out for each other Short, productive meetings Competitive kids The first ride after a car wash Canvas photos on a wall… Read more »
The George Washington Hotel was one of the few old wooden hotels not lost to fire along the Boardwalk. A series of blazes in the 1960s and early 1970s had destroyed the Plimhimmon, Hamilton, Colonial, Rideau and Roosevelt hotels. The George Washington was demolished in January 1990 because it no longer met building codes and… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School Key Club held its annual blood drive with the Blood Bank of Delmarva on Nov. 3 where nearly 100 donors showed up to donate blood. Each year, the school is in the running to be the largest blood donation facility on the lower Eastern Shore. Above, seniors Dayton Lantz and… Read more »
At the age of four, Worcester Prep junior Ethan Scheiber told his parents he wanted to be a veterinarian. Since the age of 13, Scheiber has accumulated more than 500 volunteer hours at the Worcester County Humane Society. At the age of 16, his boyhood dreams came to fruition this past summer in Massachusetts at… Read more »