Atlantic Physical Therapy, a family owned physical therapy company with nine clinics, donated $1,000 each to the Food Bank of Maryland and the Delaware Food Bank. Pictured, from left, are CEO Robert Hammond, Jr.; Michele Herold, APT representative; and Jennifer Small, director of Regional Services-Maryland Food Bank.
Ocean City Elementary School recently held its annual Worcester County Humane Society Care for Pets Drive. Although items were only collected for two weeks, students, faculty and staff received many donations of cat and dog food, toys, bedding, cleaning supplies and much more. Pictured with all of the school’s Humane Society donations, from left, are… Read more »
The Class of 2020 is graduating, but the COVID-19 pandemic has stopped official ceremonies, but not the awarding of Kiwanis Club scholarships. One of the scholarship was presented by Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City President, Roy Foreman to Gabrielle Izzett, president of the Stephen Decatur Key Club who will attend Shenandoah University in… Read more »
Cato, Inc. marketing representative Gordon Abercrombie (Worcester Preparatory School (WPS) ‘13, Furman University ’17, Clemson MBA ’19) presents a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program grant to the WPS Upper School, graciously accepted by freshman Jack Gardner and eighth grader Ansley Gardner. This year’s grant will be applied toward the Upper School AP Biology program, taught… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary fourth grade student Lily Rados assisted her father Matt Rados, co-owner of Decatur Diner, in providing bagged lunches to local 911 call centers and fire departments in Ocean City, West Ocean City Berlin, and Ocean Pines. Over 100 lunches were delivered. Later in the week, she helped with deliveries to local police stations… Read more »
Twenty-eight jail and correctional officers from Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset, Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties graduated in the 107th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy (ESCJA) operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury. Above, Worcester County jail and correctional officers are, from left, Sara E. Hetherington of the Ocean City Police Department and… Read more »
A group of about 40 Ocean Pines residents last week organized a collection to buy family meals from the Yacht Club for local police, fire and EMS personnel. The collective, affectionately known as the “Compound Group,” formed about two years ago. Resident George Ball said several members of the Compound Group, pictured in a dated… Read more »