The Arcadia Chapter of The Questers toured the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art and enjoyed an informative history of the decoy industry and the art of wood carving wild birds. The Questers support the preservation and restoration of historic buildings and landmarks for educational purposes.
The Elks “Hoop Shoot” Free Throw Contest is the largest and most visible of the many youth activities sponsored by Elks’ lodges. Ocean Elks Lodge 2645’s Hoop Shoot was held this month at Worcester Prep and 47 children from various schools participated. Pictured are 33 volunteers including event chairman John Belzner and Lodge Exalted Ruler… Read more »
The Ocean City Lodge of the Sons and Daughters of Italy installed a new president and executive board at its January meeting. Pictured with the new board are newly installed President Vincent Mollicone and outgoing President Vito Potenza. Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2474 is a Social and Cultural organization that meets monthly, except… Read more »
Wor-Wic Community College recently held a graduation ceremony for area residents who earned their high school diplomas through the adult education services offered by the college. Participating in the ceremony were front, from left, Rose Cartwright, Norma Higginbotham, Evette King-Palmer and Teresa Mansfield of Salisbury; second row, Jennifer Raab and Megan Tinsmith of Delmar, Rochelle… Read more »
The Ocean City Lodge of the Sons and Daughters of Italy has awarded its 2019 Distinguished Citizens of the Year award to Sal and Mary Castorina of Frankford, Del. The couple was honored for years of significant contributions to the local community, including mentoring students, providing food for needy families and local food pantries and… Read more »
First place winners at the Ocean City-Berlin Rotary Club Miniature Golf Tournament was the team of, from left, Debbie Adams, Nancy Bradford, District Governor Bill Ferguson, Brenda Littleton and David Bradford. The club meets Wednesday evenings at 6 at the Residence Inn by Marriott. Submitted Photos
Worcester County NAACP President Ivory Smith, right, received the 2019 Citizen of the Year Award from Omega Psi Pi Fraternity Inc. He is pictured with Dawn LaRue-White, University of Maryland Eastern Shore Chapter, who nominated Smith. Smith is active in his community as president of both the Worcester NAACP and Worcester County Classified Employees. He is… Read more »