The first miniature golf course in Ocean City opened in the 1930s, but the sport really became popular after Herb Schoellkopf designed and built two courses on the Pier in 1963. They were prefabricated and featured the themes of Western (cowboys) and Space (little green men and rocket ships, pictured). The cost to play was… Read more »
The headline, “Boys Get Organized Later In Life,” caught my attention on a friend’s social media page. The article by psychologist and author Michael Thompson continued, “It will eventually happen. Boys don’t usually get organized in primary or secondary school, sometimes not even until college.” That message was reassuring to read. Although it was geared… Read more »
Worcester Prep seventh grader, Pranay Sanwal won first place in the K-8th grade category U1000 and a second place team trophy with his WPS Chess Club team at the 2016 Delaware National Chess Day Scholastic tournament on Oct. 8. The event, sponsored by the Delaware Chess Association, was held in Wilmington, Del.
Berlin’s annual tree lighting Ignoring Cyber Monday emails Visiting Winterfest each year The new Maryland license plates The black Delaware license plates A heated steering wheel on cold mornings My kids having vegetables on their Thanksgiving dinner plates Holiday television classics A good news surprise Spotting a familiar face far from home A tailored suit
For three students from Worcester Preparatory class of 2012, Matteo Petrera, Erin Royal and Michelle Stickler, a college degree was not enough. Following graduation from their respective colleges, coincidentally they applied, and were accepted, to the same medical school, the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. On July 25, they were reunited on… Read more »
Leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, Ocean City Elementary School pre-kindergarten students learned about Thanksgiving. They discovered how the Native Americans helped the pilgrims grow food and live off the land and how the Pilgrims showed the Native Americans how to build houses and preserve food. Teacher Grace Mitchell is pictured with her students. Submitted Photos
It was nearly 9 on a Friday night and we were driving 30 mph on a dark backroad in Pennsylvania. One of the many thoughts going through my head at that time was how my life has changed over the years. Another thought was why in the world GPS led us to this small Amish… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School Future Educators of America members Dina Sbih and Deja Kellam, left, served as greeters during American Education Week, Nov. 14-18. SDHS opened its doors to over 100 parents and community members throughout the week including Maryland State Delegate Mary Beth Carozza. The delegate is pictured right during a visit with the school’s… Read more »