The Church Mouse Thrift Shop Coordinator Helen Wiley recently made a donation to Brandon O’Brien, executive director of the Hope4Recovery house in Berlin. The Church Mouse is an outreach ministry of St Paul’s Episcopal Church, and Hope4Recovery provides a safe, sober and structured living environment for men in recovery.
The Ocean City Lions Club recently donated $500 to the Blood Bank of Delmarva. Pictured, from left, are Past District Governor Norm Cathell, OC Lions 2nd Vice President Bill Christmas, Blood Bank Director of Donor Recruitment Marie Forestal, Blood Bank Accounts Manager Bryan Shepherd and OC Lions President Mike Hooper.
Ocean City American Legion Post 166 donated $150,903 in 2020, primarily to local, regional and state organizations. Most of the funds came from earnings from the post’s slot machines, which are permitted by the state as long as at least 50 percent of the proceeds are donated to charitable organizations or other worthy causes. The… Read more »
Germantown School Community Heritage Center (GSCHC) donated books to Buckingham Elementary to be included in the delivery of students’ lunch distribution. The books feature African American leaders and their historical significance. Pictured are Germantown Board members Bob Conner Jr., Tom Pitts and Judy Davis with Vice Principal Deshon Purnell and Curriculum Resource Teacher Laura Arenella.
First State Marines Bob Broderick, Frank Del Piano and Jim Wright were on hand to welcome and receive a trailer load of toys collected at the Right Coast Tattoo shop on Coastal Highway in Fenwick Island. Artists Jeff Brown and Adam Weir from Right Coast Tattoo delivered the trailer full of toys that was the… Read more »
At a small gathering in December, the Atlantic General Hospital Auxiliary celebrated the installation of its new officers for 2021. Pictured, from left, are Jackie Choate, recording/corresponding secretary; Bob Gresehover, treasurer; Ken Waters, outgoing president; Cindy Roman, incoming president; and Ann Hamilton, vice president.
Every year the Ocean City chapter of the Sons and Daughters of Italy participates in the annual gift-giving organized by Worcester County G.O.L.D. (Giving Other Lives Dignity). After collecting Christmas presents from its members to Worcester County families in need, the wrapped packages were convoyed to G.O.L.D headquarters in Snow Hill Wednesday, December 16. In… Read more »