Each year during Fire Prevention Week, the Ocean City Fire Department sponsors a poster contest for grades Pre-K to three and an essay contest for fourth grade students. This year’s theme was “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!” Pictured with members of the fire department are this year’s contest winners from Ocean City… Read more »
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the Worcester Prep girls’ sports teams donned pink shirts, ribbons and/or socks during their games in October. Members of the girls soccer team, pictured front from left, are Anna Williams, Brooke Emeigh, Hanna Zajdel, Lily Baeurle, Ava Nally and Thalia Vasilikos; middle, Coach Allison Bescak, Waverly Choy,… Read more »
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City sponsors Student Leadership Programs in all but one of the local northern Worcester County public schools. Faculty advisor Tanya Jones, Ocean Pines-Ocean City Kiwanis club advisors Wilma Chinn and Ralph Chinn and faculty advisor Marie Fontello are pictured with 11 members of the Buckingham Elementary Kiwanis K-Kids… Read more »
The Worcester Prep volleyball team hosted a cancer fundraiser on Oct 9, during their match against Chincoteague. Wearing pink ribbons and T-shirts for breast cancer awareness and orange ribbons to honor Woodbridge High quarterback Troy Haynes who passed away from cancer, players and families hosted a bake sale and halftime games, sponsored by Malibu’s Surf… Read more »
Representatives from The Knights of Columbus Ocean City Council #9053 held their Annual Soccer Challenge at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. For this event, students in grades one through eight compete to reach the international level of competition. First grade students Christian Ouelett and Adrianna Sanchez are pictured with club volunteer Bob Pellenbarg.
Stephen Decatur High School students Russell Warren, Adam Smith, Emily Sackadorf, Devin Pilarski, Kendahl Parsons, Maeve Donahue and Jenna Bradford received the Presidential Service Gold Award during the annual Presidential Service Award ceremony on Oct. 8. To receive the gold distinction, students must have completed at least 250 volunteer hours during a calendar year. Over 60… Read more »