The Pinesteppers Square Dance Club met recently for a Holiday Pot Luck Supper prior to their weekly square dance workshop. The group meets every Wednesday at the Community Hall. The Pinesteppers will begin a series of lessons for new dancers in January. For more information, contact President Joe Hunter at 410-208-6331.
Worcester Prep Senior Christian Coates will play lacrosse for Harvard University in the fall. Coates, an outstanding student and athlete, was recruited to play in the Ivy League school. Coates is a National Merit Commended Scholar, Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction, and a member of the National Honor Society, the National Art Honor Society and… Read more »
Kathy Mathias, Pink Ribbon Committee Chair, accepted a $500 check from Shelly Bruder, owner of Bruder Hill in Berlin, last week made payable to the American Cancer Society. Bruder Hill contributed the funds as a result of selling specialty Pink Ribbon jewelry during the month of October as well as a percentage of overall jewelry… Read more »
The Ladies of Red Hat chapter OC Gems recently got into the holiday spirit at the organization’s December luncheon at the Dunes Manor.
Cat & Canine Comforts, located in the Decatur Business Center in West Ocean City, added to the Pink Ribbon Classic total with its donation of $100 from the sale of Pink Loofah Dogs during the month of October. Owners Nancy and Steve Schwendeman presented the check to Pink Ribbon Committee member Nancy Dofflemeyer last week…. Read more »
American Legion Sinepuxent Post 166, Ocean City, recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines. Shown accepting the donation from Post Commander Sarge Garlitz are Memorial Co-chairmen Roseann Bridgman and Sharyn O’Hare.
Willards-based insurance company Atlantic Smith Cropper & Deeley recently made its final payment on a capital campaign pledge of $50,000 to the Atlantic General Hospital Foundation. Pictured, from left, are Toni Keiser, Atlantic General Hospital Foundation board member; Laura Deeley-Bren, president of Atlantic Smith Cropper & Deeley; and Todd Hershey, Atlantic General Hospital Foundation vice chair.
The Reverend James Isaacs, pastor of St. Andrew the Fisherman Episcopal Church in Mayo, Md., returned to Worcester Preparatory School to deliver Thanksgiving messages. Isaacs, an outstanding student and athlete who graduated in the Class of 1995, was welcomed back by his former teachers and administrators. Above, Isaacs is pictured with, from left, Madison Dyer,… Read more »
A fundraiser for the mission team heading to Gulfport, Miss. early next year was held at the 707 Sports Bar & Grille recently. Pictured are Bill Rados, left, and Matt Rados (right), owners of the 707, with Dan Jones, center, coordinator for the Katrina trip. About 30 volunteers will work on homes in the Gulfport… Read more »
The Democratic Women’s Club of Worcester County will sponsor an elementary school classroom for the Worcester County Commission on Women’s McGuffy Bookworm Program, which provides free books for all county children in grades one to four to help them retain their reading levels over the summer. Above, Club President Carolyn Herbert, right, and Treasurer Sandy… Read more »