Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City President Barbara Peletier recently presented a $400 donation to Diakonia’s Anna O’Neill for use at the local emergency housing facility.
On Wednesday April 26, Knights of Columbus Council 9053 held its Annual Community Awards Ceremony. Pictured, from left, are Jack Ferry, executive director of the Worcester County Development Center, which received $10,000 from the club’s Tootsie Roll sales last year; Joe Gangi, Knight of the Year, Deputy Grand Knight, Council 9053; Delegate Mary Beth Carozza;… Read more »
Coastal Hospice President Alane Capen, left, and retired Circuit Court Judge W. Newton Jackson III, right, present the Heart of Hospice Award to volunteers Carolyn Jenkins, patient support volunteer, and Jennifer Hawkins, patient care volunteer, during National Volunteer Week, April 24-28. The Heart of Hospice Award is named for one of Coastal Hospice’s founders and most beloved volunteers, Jean Camie Jackson, mother of… Read more »
Joyce LeCates, Manager of the PRMC PLUS Volunteer Program, left and Steve Leonard, President/CEO Designate of PRMC, right, congratulate 2017 LIFE status honorees Kay Briele and Shirley Bounds at the recent PLUS Volunteer Appreciation Banquet. Briele and Bounds were honored for their 15 years of continuous service.
Sponsored by the Ocean City and Ocean Pines Chambers of Commerce, owners Rick, Amy and Allyson Coleman cut the ribbon at the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce April 12, opening their new Ocean City Secure Condo Watch business that offers a complete concierge service for beach properties Services include winterizing, security, contractor and utility checks, pre-storm… Read more »
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently planted a Japanese red maple on the grounds of the Costen House Museum in Pocomoke City. Jacqueline Spurrier, Conservation Committee Vice Chairman, coordinated this Arbor Day beautification project in memory of deceased chapter member Marion Chambers. Pictured, from left, are Carol… Read more »