Women of Tomorrow Awards Announced

The Worcester County Commission for Women recently announced the winners of the “Women of Tomorrow” awards. These awards are intended to honor outstanding girls in Worcester County, who through their leadership capability, academic pursuit, and distinctive characteristics, have made a significant, positive impact on their communities. Pictured above are Claire Klingenberg and Sarah Wood, both… Read more »

Snow Hill 8th Grader Wins Prestigious Award

The Presidential Spirit of Community Awards represent the United States’ largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service. The program’s goal is to applaud young people who are already making a positive difference in their towns and neighborhoods, and even more importantly, to inspire others to think how they might contribute to the… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

Buying roses any time but Valentine’s DayMovies about the Kennedys Conde Nast magazines Memories of playing in a tree stand as a kidDiscovering new wines A colorful orchid Fast forwarding through commercialsThe unique smell of an atticHans Christian Andersen’s writings Stemless wine glasses The Berlin mural on the south side of Boomers

Things I Like

Things I Like

How excited my dogs get at the bank drive-thru Waves crashing against a boat at a marina John Malkovich movies A man who wears his wedding band When a live person answers the phone at a business Waking up before my son in the morning Showtime’s U.S. of Tara A string of warm days in… Read more »

Most Blessed Sacrament Students Out of Uniform

Middle school students and teacher Mr. MacGuinness from Most Blessed Sacrament School in Berlin sport jerseys from their favorite NFL teams. The students donated canned goods to their Character Cabinet Pantry to help the needy. Each month this opportunity is given for students to come to school out of uniform.