The Hoornskill Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists hosted a competition for students in grades 3-5. The students were asked to create a stamp design targeting the theme: “What did Colonial Children 1607-1776 Experience in School”. Winners pictured with Daughters of the American Colonists’ Regent Lenore Huffer are, from left, Derowin Cutchin, grade… Read more »
He likes everything.That’s what we have discovered in our first week of feeding little Beckett table food.At our recent 9-month well check visit with the pediatrician, we were given the go-ahead to expand his diet to the world of our food, rather than simply relying on the pureed stuff that comes in a jar at… Read more »
Addison Cook, an eighth-grade student at Berlin Intermediate, was the winner of her school’s poetry contest, sponsored by the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland. She is pictured with Principal Dr. John Gaddis, Marion Novack Worcester County Garden Club President; and Joan Vetare, club past president
Representing Stephen Decatur High School’s Jr. ROTC at the Lower Shore American Red Cross Fire and Ice benefit last week are Alyssi Rynalds, Timothy Li, Sean Ford and Chris Everly.
The kindergarten class at Most Blessed Sacrament School recently celebrated 100 days of school by dressing up as 100-year-old people.
Ocean City Elementary School honored the February Students of the Month with a T-shirt and a special luncheon and cake sponsored by the Ocean City/Berlin Optimists. First row, first graders are Megan Kearns, Alessia Matha and Benjamin Wilkins (not pictured, Sabrina Berkeridge, German Cordero); second row, second graders Jude Alhamad, Marley Auker, Kennedy Duke and… Read more »
Students in Mrs. McDowell’s class at Berlin Intermediate School used a flat ink wash technique to express the contours of a Chinese landscape. They used thick and thin brushstrokes to convey the details of trees and buildings. Above, Brett Kim and Ashley Atkins work diligently.
The members of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented the 2009 Historic Essay Awards and the Christopher Columbus Award at their February meeting. Pictured, from left, are Lenore Huffer, Education Chairman; Ross Roessler, Christopher Columbus winner; Alexa Conaway, Historic Essay winner for grade 7; Kathryn Lawrence, Historic Essay… Read more »
A warmed up car on a snowy dayWind howling outside while watching a movie Anything made by Radio Flyer My son’s long afternoon naps That alive feeling after a great shower Those old Coca-Cola bottles Little League baseball fields When the Terps pull off an upset The movie ‘A Mighty Heart’ The former ‘Look’ magazine… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School’s Decatur Lifesavers Jr. Red Cross Club members have had an active club schedule so far this year. Above, club members take a break from their Global Outreach, writing greeting cards for a military unit based in Bagdad. Pictured, from left, are Madelyn Justice, Katt Hotz, Taylor Blazer, Leslie Hurley, Catelin Geiser, Sydney… Read more »