The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) installed new officers at a recent meeting at Don’s Seafood, Snow Hill, Maryland. Maryland State Society Vice Regent, Liz Dearing, installed officers Tally Hann, regent; Darlene Stevens, recording secretary; Carol Wanzer, treasurer; Sharon Moak, historian; Gail Weldin, registrar.
The Ocean City Development Corporation (OCDC) made a donation to the Ocean City Museum Society to support the revitalization of the Henry Hotel in Ocean City. Pictured are Glen Irwin of OCDC, Kenny Camper, Kevin Gibbs of OCDC and Nancy Howard of the museum society.
Local World War II veteran Morris Semiatin is pictured in front of the Hometown Heroes banner honoring his service. Semiatin was serenaded by a crowd on the Boardwalk on June 1, his 96th birthday.
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently recognized Jane Disharoon Bunting for 50 years of DAR membership during a luncheon at Don’s Seafood in Pocomoke City.
Each year area Rotary Clubs work together at Camp Fairlee, an Easter Seals Camp, in Fairlee, Md., to help the camp open for the summer season. Margaret Mudron and Dan Harris of the Ocean City-Berlin Rotary Club attended this year and one of the projects was sprucing up the welcome garden, which the club sponsored… Read more »
American Legion Member Phil Ludlam was recently honored at Ocean City Post 166 for serving 50 years in the national veterans organization. He was presented a plaque commemorating the half-century of service by Post First Vice Commander Pat Sharkey (left).
Dr. Ray Hoy, right, president of Wor-Wic Community College, accepts a $1,000 donation in memory of Deputy 1st Class Brian K. Heller for the endowed scholarship in his name. Making the presentation are, from left, Dave Widmann and Heller’s mother Connie Widmann, both of Parsonsburg, and Worcester County Sheriff Matt Crisafulli. The gift represents proceeds… Read more »
Sheriff Matt Crisafulli and Deputy Patti Donaldson talk to Kiwanis K-Kids at Showell Elementary School. The K-Kids, who are learning leadership skills, made comfort bags for deputies to give to children they’re assisting.
Linda Hilliard, Worcester County NAACP secretary, is pictured with Maya Boyd, winner of the Snow Hill High School 2022 Worcester County NAACP Book Scholarship Award.
Kiwanis Club President Tim Lund, center, recognized Roy Foreman and Candy Foreman as April 2022 Kiwanians of the Month. The Foremans co-chair the club’s “Dawg Team” selling concessions and advise Kiwanis student leadership clubs in local schools.