Dec. 6 was the last day for the Kiwanis 2017 Toy Drive. The club purchased some toys and the rest came from member donations. Pictured, from left, are Toy Drive Chair Dave Landis and his wife, Rita, with a full carload of toys to present to Worcester G.O.L.D. Executive Director Sandy Snipes.
One of the favorite Christmas traditions dating back 20 years at Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is the annual visit by Judy Young of Salisbury. She spends the better part of the year creating handmade pillows and activity bags stuffed full of items to keep patients in pediatrics both happy and busy. Above, members of… Read more »
Worcester County NAACP chapter hosted newly elected Snow Hill Councilwoman LaToya Purnell at its November meeting at Snow Hill Library. Pictured are NAACP members and guests, back from left, Snow Hill Mayor John Dorman, Purnell, NAACP President Dr. Roxie Dennis-Achonlonu, Charles Weaver and NAACP Vice President Gabe Purnell.
The latest completed utility box has been painted in downtown Ocean City by local artists Jamie and Alexandra Jacobs of TC Studios. This project, sponsored by Trimper Amusements, was located at S. Division Street and S. Baltimore Avenue and highlights the famous Hershell-Spillman Carousel at Trimper Rides & Amusements. PPG Paints of 8th Street in… Read more »
The Worcester County Commissioners applauded the County finance team for being awarded the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the ninth consecutive year. Finance team members pictured include Enterprise Fund Controller Jessica Wilson, Budget Officer Kathy Whited, Budget Accountant Kim Reynolds, and Assistant Finance Officer Jennifer Swanton;… Read more »
Beth Rodier, president-elect of the Republican Women’s Club, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Her patriotic remarks included a recitation of the poem “I Am the Flag” by Ruth Apperson Rous. Carole Kreuger, chairman of the chapter’s Flag of… Read more »
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot recently recognized Salisbury University’s Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art for its ongoing commitment to advancing the understanding of wildfowl art and its connection with nature since the museum’s founding in 1976. Pictured, from left, are Salisbury Mayor Jake Day, Maryland Delegate Chris Adams, Maryland Senators Addie Eckardt and Jim Mathias, Franchot,… Read more »