Star Charities and Diakonia

Star Charities President Anna Foultz, pictured with Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagle and Jack Barnes of Focus On The Pines, recently dropped by the shelter to talk about plans for an event to benefit Diakonia. Foultz is organizing an Evening At The Racetrack, which includes dinner and entertainment on Thursday, July 10 at 5 p.m…. Read more »

Ocean City Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation

Ocean City Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation recently added its support to the Eastern Surfing Association Delmarva District’s (ESA) mission for clean beaches. The chapter donated to the “Please Leave Only Your Footprints” campaign. Pictured, from left, are Surfider Foundation’s Shelly Dawson, ESA’s Chris Vaxmonsky, Surfrider Foundation’s Terry Steimer and ESA’s Art Baltrotsky. Submitted Photos

ALS Foundation Fundraiser

Last Saturday, along with the Todd and McLaughlin families, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City was instrumental in a successful ALS Foundation Fundraiser held at the Merry Sherwood Plantation. Above, Worcester County Delegate Jim Mathias and Ocean Pines Police Chief David Massey take a moment from auctioneer and bidding duties to pose with… Read more »

Ocean City Lioness Club

Vice President Charlotte Montgomery, right, representing the members of the Ocean City Lioness Club, recently presented 18 new diaper bags filled with necessities for a new baby to Agape Director Leigh Sandifer. For the last two years, the Ocean City Lioness have enjoyed filling the diaper bags knowing that some new baby would get off… Read more »

The Shepherd’s Nook

Maryland’s Most Beautiful People Annual Volunteer Dinner honored the Community Church of Ocean Pines’ The Shepherd’s Nook at an Ocean Pines Yacht Club ceremony last month. The Shepherd’s Nook was one of 38 groups selected from 300 groups statewide to be recognized by the governor during Volunteer Appreciation Week in Annapolis. The nomination was made… Read more »

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) has awarded a $5,849 Community Needs grant to Atlantic General Hospital for the purchase of equipment for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training.  Above, from left, Bonnie Mannion, RN and AGH Education Manager, and Erica Joseph, CFES Program Officer, watch Barbara Frazier, RRT and ACLS instructor, demonstrate… Read more »