Members of the Wicomico Retired Education Personnel (WREP) manned an information booth at the Wicomico County Board of Education’s health fair held on Oct. 20 at James M. Bennett High School. WREP is a chapter of the Maryland Retired School Personnel Association and offers fellowship and benefits to retired staff of Wicomico County Schools. Pictured are… Read more »
Jeff Quillin of the Ocean City Lions Club presented a check to the Ocean City Museum Society in support of its Storm Warriors 5K held Saturday on the Boardwalk. Nearly 150 runners and walkers braved the chilly morning. Accepting the check, from left, are Museum curator Sandy Hurley, Society Board member Tom Wimbrow and Society President… Read more »
David W. Rayfield OCEAN CITY — David W. Rayfield, age 69, of Ocean City, died Sunday, November 5, 2017 at home. He was born in Salisbury and was the son of the late Shirley (Ecker) Rayfield Baker and Donald Baker. He was a detective with the United States Park Police and retired after 26 years…. Read more »
ASC&D Gives, a committee within ASC&D Serves, donates to employee-nominated charities or causes throughout the year. The committee donated $1,000 to the Believe in Tomorrow organization to sponsor the upcoming fundraiser. Believe in Tomorrow’s Wayne Littleton is pictured with Kasi Queen, Laura Bren and Rachel Thompson of Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley.
The Calvin B. Taylor House Museum features two new additions thanks to the Arcadia Questers. The local chapter has been generous to the Taylor House for the last several years with many donations of period furnishings. This year’s donations from the Questers include a beautiful early 1800s English tea caddy and silver eagle lamp, both now… Read more »
Richard Charles Zabor OCEAN PINES — Richard Charles Zabor, “Dick” age 75, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Born in Philadelphia, Pa. he was the son of the late Harry and Catherine MacNamee Zabor. He is survived by his beloved wife, Connie Webb Zabor, and daughter… Read more »
Coastal Hospice volunteer David Duitscher received the award for volunteerism in the veteran category during the 34th Governor’s Service Awards ceremony on Nov. 2 at the Children’s Theater in Annapolis. Duitscher, who has been volunteering with Coastal Hospice for 17 years, is a veteran himself and an active volunteer in Coastal Hospice’s “We Honor Veterans”… Read more »
On Saturday Nov. 4, the Worcester County Humane Society held its Fall Quarter Auction at the American Legion Post 166. There were nearly 200 people in attendance with over $10,000 raised. Pictured left are Quarter Auction Committee volunteers and, right, are Stephen Decatur Kids Against Animal Abuse and Testing student volunteers are shown.