Cub Scout Pack 480 held its annual Pinewood Derby on Oct. 21. In the Wolf division, Jacob Parcells took first place, Ben Kolarik second place and Hunter Resch came in third.
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently played its first soccer game on its new athletic fields. Prior to the game, Father Thomas Protack of St. John Neumann Catholic Church blessed the fields with the team. Above, Protack is pictured with team members Maddie Crimmins, Jakob Knopp and Arely Murillo
Lynne Lockhart’s art Halloween in Berlin A pleasant experience at a doctor’s office Handcarved pumkins The original CSI An old salt with a young soul An amateur photographer with a great eye A newly painted room The Aflac commercial with the goat Parents sporting college stickers on their vehicles Kirk McBride’s art
My husband playing the piano while I fix supper Cafe´ Au Lait in a real cup and saucer Making a small pot of vegetable soup Hanging out laundered clothes in the sunshine Watching our grown-up children happily conversing with one another Receiving a wake-up tap on the nose from our old cat Picking up the… Read more »
Robyn Rincavage’s kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary School celebrated Orange Day, just one of the fun color days celebrated throughout the Colors All Around reading theme. Pictured, front row from left, are Ryan Ethridge, Michael Kerns and Gavin Wilkins; middle, from left, Jacob Feldman, Kaela Gilligan, Macy Layton, Devyn Roos, Nicholas Franklin, Lassen Schneider,… Read more »
DARE, Drug Awareness and Resistance Education, graduation took place for half of Berlin Intermediate School’s sixth graders. Deputy Matt Crisafulli, Worcester County Sheriffs Department, awarded prizes to the DARE essay winners as well as awards for overall outstanding achievement. Pictured, from left, are Shayron Parker, Gianna Spedale, Alex Tushup, Colin Bankert, Deputy Crisafulli, Demond Henry,… Read more »
Students from Christine William’s and Marguerite Anderson’s third grade class are pictured reading during one of Buckingham Elementary’s new enrichment programs called Read Naturally.
Worcester Prep’s sixth grade students sailed out of St. Michaels to study environmental issues facing the Chesapeake Bay. The 49 students also learned how to raise and lower sails, wash the deck and steer the beautiful ship. Above, raising the sails on the Lady Maryland are Ariella Anthony, Seaford; Sarah Freund, Whaleyville; and Alyssa Mocci,… Read more »
Showell Elementary’s second grade learned about communities by walking the Town Of Berlin and visiting the police and fire departments, the library, Taylor Museum, Atlantic Hotel, PNC Bank and Town Hall. Pictured are Ben Kolarik, Yanir Efergan, Lily Rakow and Justin Hammond holding a mock council meeting with Berlin Mayor Tom Cardinale.
Deaf performing artist Fred Michael Beam and his all-deaf dance company, the Wild Zappers, visited Worcester Prep and gave a dynamic performance for the lower school. The Zappers showed the children how they used counting, vibrations, and visual clues to dance because they couldn’t hear the music. Pictured, in front, are Maddy Shanahan, Ocean Pines,… Read more »