The Ocean City Lions Club donated $500 to the Blood Bank of Delmarva (BBD) recently. Pictured, from left, are Bryan Shepherd, BBD accounts manager, John Topfer, OC Lions president; Marie Forestal BBD director of donor recruitment, and Richard Thomas, BBD executive director.
The Republican Women of Worcester County present a check for $400 to Diakonia to support efforts in providing emergency and transitional housing and counseling and assistance to its guests. Pictured, receiving the check is Bee Miller, executive director of Diakonia on the left, and Vera Beck, RWWC chair for Caring for America.
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce kicked off 2020 with the first Business After Hours of the year. The Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation (QRCF), the chamber’s charitable arm, presented two large donations at the event. The Fire & Ice “Out of this World” Festival raised $7,839.50 for the new Nemours A.I. duPont Pediatrics & SeniorCare,… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County held its February luncheon meeting at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. The guest speaker was Corine Frank, executive director of the Maryland Republican Party. Pictured, from left, are Beth Rodier, president RWWC; Frank; and Sandy Zitzer, first vice president RWWC.
Bob Younglove, a certified health coach, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Younglove spoke about the development of willpower to change old, unhealthy habits into new habits that maintain wellness and vitality while working to prevent future diseases. He… Read more »
The OC Jeep Club brought a huge amount of food and supply donations to the Worcester County Humane Society last Saturday. About 60 Jeeps drove down Stephen Decatur Highway from the Teal Marsh Shopping Center all packed with donations for the no kill shelter. The club does this supply run for the shelter every year in… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County’s Literacy Committee recently spent a busy morning at the Showell Elementary School’s Media Center. Members were inventorying student’s books in preparation for the school’s move into the new Showell Elementary School later this year. Pictured are RWWC member Marge Matturro and RWWC Literacy Chair Liz Mumford.