Whenever the Blood Bank of DelMarVa holds a blood drive in Ocean Pines, the Kiwanis Club of Ocean Pines-Ocean City mans the canteen where donors are provided with snacks and drinks to consume before leaving. Pictured, from left, are Kiwanians Suzanne Foley and Kitty Wrench providing to donors.
At the April 10 meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines- Ocean City in the Ocean Pines Community Center, the guest speaker was Mary Beth Gardner, physical therapist from the local FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Center in the Pavilions on Route 589. Above, Ed Weeks and Kiwanis Club President Dick Clagett, present Gardner… Read more »
The Ocean Pines Garden Club sponsored its annual Arbor Day Memorial Tree Planting Ceremony on April 11 at Pintail Park in Ocean Pines by planting a weeping willow in memory of loved ones who passed away during 2018. Pictured, from left, areWorcester County Commissioner Chip Bertino, OPA Board of Directors President Doug Parks, OPGC President Linda… Read more »
Amanda Brumfield, treasurer of the Rotary Club of Salisbury, and Freddy Mitchell, chairman of the club’s scholarship committee, congratulate $1,000 scholarship recipient Brandy Nelson, a nursing major at Wor-Wic Community College, as Jessica Hales, director of development at Wor-Wic, looks on. The Rotary Club provides scholarship funds to Wor-Wic each year for a student from… Read more »
A women’s history month luncheon was held recently at Tyree AME Church in Berlin. The inspirational event was hosted by the Worcester County NAACP. Pictured, from left, are Jim Mathias, UMES government relations director; Erica Murphy, WMDT 47 Good Morning Delmarva news anchor; Ivory Smith, Worcester County NAACP president; Victoria Jackson-Stanley, Cambridge mayor; Karen Holland, Worcester… Read more »
Bill Gibbs, owner of The Dough Roller restaurants, has been awarded an honorary life membership from Vietnam Veterans of America at the Ocean City Chapter 1091 membership meeting on April 1. Gibbs was instrumental in planning and placement of the Barry Berger Memorial in front of City Hall and the scholarship named after him. Berger was… Read more »
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore presented a $1,000 Help Your Neighbor Grant to Worcester County GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity) to support the Emergency Housing Assistance Program. Pictured are Sandy Sipes, GOLD’s executive director, and Heather Mahler, program director for the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore.