Jennifer McCabe was recently installed as Librarian for the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) by Chaplain Ann Fowler. Her position assists efforts to maintain the DAR’s world class genealogy library in Washington, DC. Pictured, from left, are General Levin Winder Chapter Regent Patricia Ayers, McCabe and Fowler.
Cato Inc. representative Kathleen Abercrombie and her daughter, Worcester Preparatory School 10th grader Delaney Abercrombie, present Upper School science teacher Tom Westcott with a $500 Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program grant. Westcott plans to use the grant to take his AP Biology students on an ecology canoe trip.
The Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association held their Annual Pink Lady Golf Tournament at the Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club in October to raise money to help provide mammogram screenings through the Eunice Q. Sorin Women’s Diagnostics Center at Atlantic General Hospital (AGH). The association raised the most it’s raised in recent years at… Read more »
Hazel Augusta Williams BERLIN — Beloved wife, mom, grandmother and great grandmother Hazel Augusta Williams of Berlin went to join her savior on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 after a fulfilled blessed life of 75 years. Hazel was born to the late William G. and Sarah Mildred Lynch Sinnamon on March 27, 1941. She is survived… Read more »
Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes were recently filled by the congregations of Wilson and Zion United Methodist Churches in the Bishopville area. The shoeboxes contained hygiene items, school supplies, and small toys and will be sent to children in over 118 countries around the world. Pictured are youth members and advisors who filled shoeboxes with items… Read more »
Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City earmarks two $600 donations each year for Worcester G.O.L.D. (Giving Other Lives Dignity). The donations are made in line with the Kiwanis International Program Priority One, which supports children from pre-natal to age 5. Worcester G.O.L.D. has a pantry serving that purpose. Pictured, from left, at a recent… Read more »
The Bank of Delmarva recently made a $500 donation towards Delmarva Teen Challenge’s Home of Hope Women & Children’s Center. Upon completion, the campus will include dormitories to house students enrolled in their residential program, which focuses on providing women with the tools and education necessary to help them overcome life controlling issues. Bank employees… Read more »