The Republican Women of Worcester County held their October meeting at the Bayside Skillet. In addition to hearing guest speaker Grant Helvey, chairman of the Worcester County Republican Central Committee, the 70 members and guests heard District 5 candidates running for the Worcester County Board of Education. Pictured, from left, are RWWC President Bev Bigler, District 3… Read more »
The Boggs-Disharoon American Legion Auxiliary Unit #123 recently adopted a deployed Green Barret and his squadron for Christmas. They collected number non-perishable items and were able to ship over 30 boxes to them. Cub Scout Briar Parsons from Pack #834 in Pittsville assisted the auxiliary by collecting donations. He delivered the items that he collected… Read more »
The Ocean City Lions sold tickets on the Boardwalk last summer as part of the $50,000 “Pot of Dollars” Boardwalk Raffle. Chris Dinges of Stanley, Va. was the winner. Dinges was presented his check at the Lions Den and afterwards he presented the OC Lions with $500 in cash. Dinges, right, is pictured with Lion… Read more »
Metropolitan Magazine President Carol Naarup, right, presented a gift of $11,175 to the publication’s endowed community needs fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. Accepting the gift is Erica Joseph, president of the foundation. Proceeds from a Metropolitan Magazine Best of Party this fall helped raise money for the fund. CFES Community Needs… Read more »
Mark Fritschle Group/Condominium Realty has donated $1,500 to the Ocean City Lions’ Wounded Warriors Fund and the 11th Annual Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament, which was held last month at the Ocean City Golf Club. The tournament benefits wounded troops from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and other conflicts. Pictured, from left, are Lion Ben Dawson,… Read more »
Dough Roller Restaurants’ Bill Gibbs, dressed as Popeye, was named the winner of the “Best Dressed” award at the 1st Annual Trick or Tee Golf Tournament at Lighthouse Sound. He is pictured with teammates Nick Feickert, Kevin Gibbs and Evan Elliott. Profits from the tournament are going to the Downtown Association’s Light Up Downtown Program to… Read more »
As its nonprofit organization partner in this year’s OCDC/Art Davis Memorial Golf Tournament held on Oct. 5, the OCDC provided $2,000 of its golf tournament proceeds to Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation. Above, OCDC President Chris Trimper, left, presents the donation to Wayne Littleton, executive director of Believe in Tomorrow.
At an installation event last month, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City named the Kiwanian of the Year award would be shared by Mary Page and Roy Foreman, who are pictured with club member Ralph Chinn. Page and Foreman spearheaded the Kiwanis 2016 Car Raffle on the Ocean City Boardwalk last summer.