Worcester Prep Grade 4 student Nolan Irey of Berlin is pictured standing in front of the National Archives in Washington, D.C. with his grandfather, Al Golub, Silver Springs. Golub spoke to Archive docents about the first civil rights bill and his part in crafting the legislation. His grandsons, Connor, Grade 7, and Nolan Irey, traveled… Read more »
The smell of caramel popcorn in the winter on the boardsExiting the New Jersey TurnpikeA worn-in sweatshirt with a hoodA comfortable pull-out couchTrying and liking wine I have never heard ofWedding anniversariesSeeing places I have visited depicted in moviesWalking the streets of New York CityOur new ‘Pets of the Month’People who have faith but don’t… Read more »
Third grade students at Ocean City Elementary School recently created three-dimensional snowmen with their families. They could use any materials around the house to create their snowmen. Pictured are students from Mrs. Glover’s class, Alex DeSilver, Jason Hearne, Brennan Holloway, Hailey Brown and Brice Messick.
Jackson Wingert, third grader at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, recently took over as “Principal” for an entire day. Jackson’s parents, John and Rhonda Wingert, were the lucky winners of a live auction at last year’s dinner fundraiser. The auction will take place again this year on Friday, Feb. 8 at Magnolia’s Restaurant in Ocean… Read more »
Every Friday at Buckingham Elementary School, Stephen Decatur High School students come over and mentor some of the students. Here are Erika Anders, Emma Newell, Makeyla Garcia and Tynajah Bowen.
Buckingham Elementary School recently hosted its annual Donuts for Dads with more than 300 fathers attending. Donuts for Dads is a vital part of the Family Involvement Program at Buckingham Elementary. Above are Gary Williams and Bethany Williams.
Winners of the 2008 National Geographic Geography Bee at Worcester Prep were, above, eighth-grade student Christopher Potvin, left, Snow Hill, first place; and Cole Phillips, eighth grade, Seaford, second. Potvin, who has been honored with other awards for mathematics and oratory, was also the Worcester Geography Bee champion in 2007. Below, grades 4-6 champions in… Read more »
My bookshelf of old “Resorters” “Ocean City Before Condominiums” by Dot Mumford Watching cold weather games in my warm house Weekend trips to New York City Crossing the Bay Bridge with a freighter below Raw oysters on the half shell The sound of breaking waves from the pier The crackling of a fire while eating… Read more »
Cedar Chapel Special School students recently completed their annual DARE training. Deputy Matt Crisafulli from the Worcester County Sheriffs Department talked with the students about strangers, saying no to drugs and alcohol and other important safety issues. Shown here is Brandon Smack with Deputy Matt and Darren the Lion.
The students of Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Berlin recently decided to donate money to WBOC’s “Bless our Children” fund. The school of 200 students brought in $500 on a NUT (No Uniform Today) pass day. Pictured is MBS Principal Amelia Mike with a group of “students of the week” and the check.