The Republican Women of Worcester County held a successful Red, White and Blue Patriotic Fashion Show luncheon on Sept. 28 in the Clarion Hotel in Ocean City. Pictured, from left, are Sid Warner, RWWC Treasurer Mary Adair, Barbara Benz, RWWC President Beverly Bigler, Mrs. Bud Church and RWWC Co-Chaplain Lou Ann Trummel.
Dr. Ray Hoy, far left, president of Wor-Wic Community College, accepts a $5,000 donation in memory of Deputy 1st Class Brian K. Heller for the endowed scholarship in his name. Making the presentation are, from left, Heller’s mother, Connie Widmann, and her husband, Dave Widmann, both of Parsonsburg. The gift represents proceeds from a recent… Read more »
James M. Dixon, a former Marine and author of “Things I’ll Never Forget: Memories of a Marine in Vietnam,” recently shared his first-hand accounts of the war at the Ocean Pines library. At the conclusion of his program, Patricia Ayers, Regent of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR),… Read more »
On Tuesday, Oct. 10, staff from Worcester Youth & Family joined U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen and invitees at the grand opening event of his Eastern Shore office in Cambridge. The senator congratulated the organization and its CASA program on its 2017 Angels in Adoption awardee. Pictured, from left, are Steven Taylor, Worcester Youth &… Read more »
A check presentation ceremony was recently held at the Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645 for the Worcester Technical High School’s ninth annual golf tournament. Pictured, from left, are Ocean City Elks Charity Committee Chairlady Peggy Ball, Worcester County Guidance Secretary Kim Herbert and Ocean City Elks Golf Director Jim Flaig. The checks given were $500 from… Read more »
Every month Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley Gives, a committee within ASC&D Serves, donates to employee-nominated charities or causes. For the month of September, the group partnered with Tail Bangers, which manufactures dog treats out of Millsboro, Del. The business became a drop off location for supplies for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and representatives will… Read more »
Guest Speaker Katherine Morris, pictured at left with Ocean City-Berlin Rotary Club President Margaret Mudron, gave an interesting presentation to the Ocean City-Berlin Rotary Club regarding her personal experience with becoming a U.S. citizen. She legally emigrated from Peru and discussed the process to become a legal resident and U.S. citizen.
Oct. 1 annually marks the beginning of when new leadership takes over for the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City. New Lt. Governor for Division 5 of the Capital District Carolyn Dryzga is pictured left after installing new President Ralph Chinn. Other new officers installed include President-Elect Dick Clagett, Vice President Roy Foreman, Secretary Pat… Read more »
Buckingham High School Class of 1947 held its 70th Reunion at Doyle’s Restaurant in Selbyville last month. Pictured, standing from left, are David Pearl, Edward (Ebby) Palmer, Dorthy Hall Mumford, Carol Pearl (Dave’s wife) and Ruth Pruitt Murray; and, seated from left, Geraldine Pruitt Mitchell, Ruth Anne Hudson Collins and Doris Carey Williams.