If you take a little one enough places, you are bound to have some interesting experiences and encounters, many of which deal with how unique some people respond to babies. Some of these reactions, some funny, others genuine, deserve a little rehashing. It’s the kind of stuff you could not make up if you tried…. Read more »
That the presidential election is nearThe nip in the air on a fall morningAny kind of tax creditWatching my son roll overJack Hanna’s animalsThat the Phillies made the World SeriesLoading up on candy for HalloweenPeanut butter on an appleThose green and orange pumpkinsPants fresh from the dry cleanerThe Inlet when the ocean is rough
Kelly Seitzer’s fourth grade class recently wrote poems to honor firefighters. The book of poems was presented to the Ocean City Firefighters during Fire Prevention Week. Front row, from left, are Sarah Dwyer, Jason Hearne, Grant Rosenblatt, Amy Limas, Joes Haines and Olivia Turk; middle row, Wyatt Davy, Ay’Bree Oliver, Sara Mitrecic, Alexis Cantrell, Lexie… Read more »
Christopher Potvin, a freshman at Worcester Prep, recently served as leader of the service at the Church of the Brethren in Westover, Md. Christopher’s father, Doug, left, is the pastor of the church. With them is Sara Potvin, Christopher’s mother.
As part of their unit on fractions in math and in connection with the book “Tuck Everlasting” that is being read in Language Arts, Berlin Intermediate students on the sixth grade Dolphin Team adjusted a recipe for “Flapjacks” and enjoyed their tasty creations. Above, from left, are students Savannah Maddox, Trent Lindenberger, Jordan Klebe, and… Read more »
We spent our first night away from our little man last weekend, and it appeared to be much harder on the parents than the child.Back in early summer, we purchased tickets to a show at the Hippodrome in Baltimore, figuring by the time our baby was five months old we would be comfortable spending a… Read more »
Buckingham Elementary music teacher Julie Zirkle, teaches first graders about different music symbols. Her students use play dough to make treble clefs. Above, Zachary Hickman and Kalea Robinson demonstrate how to make treble clefs out of colorful play dough.
Stephen Decatur High School, National Honor Society officers for this school are, from left, Gunner Hughes, Zach Hall, Lindsay Chetelat, and Emma Newell. They are pictured above attended the new Believe in Tomorrow House dedication in Ocean City last month.
Cindy Wolf’s restaurants in BaltimoreIntroducing new foods to our baby“True Blood” on HBOMonday morning football highlightsVacations with friendsThe Boardwalk this time of yearA pile of orange leaves Not having a political sign in my yardWatching kids at playFresh rockfishA full fridge after grocery store run
Ocean City Elementary School honored the September Students of the Month with a luncheon sponsored by the Ocean City-Berlin Opti-Ms. Students were treated to a lunch from Wendy’s and a special dessert. Pictured, front row, are first graders Jesus Navarrete, Roman Pabich, Natalie Piltoyan, Weston Randolph and Abigail Yesko; second row, second graders Lily Figgs,… Read more »