The Ocean City Lions Club donated $1,500 to the Lions Vision Rehabilitation Foundation to support low vision research and rehabilitation. The foundation partners with the LVR Rehabilitation Center at the Wilmer Eye Institute of The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Pictured are OC Lion Past President John Topfer, President Scott Stark and Past President Mike Hooper.
The Ocean City Lions Club recently welcomed Lower Shore Land Trust (LSLT) Executive Director Kate Patton to discuss current initiatives to support trails, pollinators, conservation and the management of invasive species. Patton, left, is pictured with OC Lions President Scott Stark, who provided a donation to the LSLT.
The Lions Club International Foundation supports the efforts of Lions clubs in serving communities locally and globally, giving hope and impacting lives through humanitarian service projects and grants. Pictured with a donation are OC Lions Director Ken Robertson, President Scott Stark and Director Doug Parks.
The Kiwanis “Dawg Team” was hard at work last month for the Ocean Pines Halloween Festival in White Horse Park in Ocean Pines. Working under the pavilion were, from left, Dick Clagett, Mike Castoro and Roy Foreman.
Through Stephen Decatur High School, the Greenwood family collected and donated 444 pairs of glasses to the Ocean City Lions Club for Community Service. Pictured, from left, are Past District Governor Norm Cathell, Abby (senior), Charlie (10th grade), Jack (11th), Gail Greenwood and OC Lion Past President John Topfer.
SoDel Concepts held a contest to see which servers could sell the most Jackson Family Wines with the grand prize being a free five-day trip to Napa and Sonoma. Pictured, from left, are Mike Zygmonski, director of SoDel Concepts’ wine program; Kris Medford, operations director; Amy Savia, first-place winner; Lidyanne Silva, third-place winner; Nick Sharp,… Read more »
The General Levin Winder Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) placed a Wreath on the Veterans Memorial in Berlin in observance of Veterans Day. Pictured, from left, are Jane Bunting, Pat Arata, Sharon Moak, Jackie Spurrier, Patricia Ayers, Barbara Rusko, Regent Gail Weldin and Darlene Stevens.