The Republican Women of Worcester County (RWWC) celebrated September as Literacy Month in local libraries and schools. RWWC supports Worcester County’s public libraries with monetary donations to purchase books for their shelves each year. Receiving a check from RWWC Literacy Committee members Marge Matturro and Liz Mumford is Dawn Mackes, center, branch Manager of the… Read more »
SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, recently donated $4,000 to Primeros Pasos, an early childhood care and education center in Georgetown, Del. Pictured, from left, are Sandy Baker, president of the board of Primeros Pasos; Casey Christophel, executive director of Primeros Pasos; Lindsey Barry, controller for SoDel Concepts; and Sally Beaumont, Primeros Pasos board member.
Bob Long and Don McMullen recently presented a check to Worcester County Humane Society for over $2,000 from the Ernie Stiles Memorial Bavarian Charity Match that was held at the Ocean Pines Golf Club on Sept. 13. Pictured, from left, are Long with WCHS volunteers Mary Jo Armiger, Mary Martinez, Nick Sprouse and Sandi Fleischer and… Read more »
Representatives from the Matt Ortt Companies and Ocean Pines Yacht Club on Friday presented a $600 check donation to Coastal Hospice, representing funds from an Oyster & Bull Bash held at the Yacht Club on Sept. 7. Above, Beverage Director Kearston Frey, left, and Special Events Coordinator Lia Isel of the Matt Ortt Companies present… Read more »
At the September meeting, Worcester County NAACP hosted a discussion with Worcester Board of Education Chief Academic Officer Denise Shorts, who described the curriculum changes and expectations for this current school year. Shorts is pictured with NAACP President Ivory Smith Sr. and chapter members.
Antique furnishings and selected antiques from various sources will be on display for sale at The Rackliffe House’s Colonial Fair to be held on Sunday, Oct. 13 on the Rackliffe House grounds from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Above, Rackliffe President Susan Cropper and Board member Angela Reynolds are pictured viewing a few of the items for… Read more »
Wicomico Retired Educational Personnel held their September meeting at the Salisbury Moose Lodge on last week. The meal was prepared by the Wicomico CTE Program. Pictured are retired Superintendent Bill Middleton, CTE Culinary Arts Director Tony Hilligoss and students Karon Teat, Tamira Davis, Saniya Cary and Diamond Collins.