On Dec. 10, staff members of the Art League of Ocean City Katie Brown, Cassie Wait, Rina Thaler and Megan Burak delivered 21 bags containing 146 winter coats, plus a box of hats, gloves and scarves, to Diakonia for its annual coat drive. Members of the Art League and other community members donated the coats…. Read more »
The Atlantic Coast Sportfishing Association (ACSA) recognized its 2020 Angler of the Year in both bay and ocean divisions at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. ACSA mugs, a certificate of recognition and a cash award were presented to each top angler by ACSA Secretary John McFalls. Pictured, from left, are Angler of the Year Ocean… Read more »
The General Levin Winder Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently donated lap robes for Coastal Hospice’s “We Honor Veterans” program. Lap robes were donated at the Macky and Pam Stansell House in Ocean Pines. Pictured are Gail Weldin, Chapter Regent, and Bob Miller, Sr., Coastal Hospice director business development.
Wicomico Retired Educational Personnel (WREP) contributed to the Salvation Army’s Holiday Campaign by donating toys and educational gifts during a Toy Drop-off. Pictured are retired special educators Cheryl Kennedy and Judy Davis with science teacher of 44 years, Sammy Everett.
Local Boy Scout troops sponsored by the Ocean City American Legion Post 166 conducted a ceremonial burning of worn flags last month at the Worcester County Veterans Memorial with help of the Ocean Pines Fire Department. Above, Pack 261 Cub Master Joe Coleman, left, and Bruce Traver, Bear Den Leader of Pack 261, right, look… Read more »
Hope4Recovery Executive Director Brandon O’Brien spoke to the Ocean City Lions Club about recovery and the role recovery houses play in successful long-term sobriety. Since its opening in October 2018, Hope4Recovery has served 87 men. Pictured, from left, are Lions 1st Vice President Scott Stark, O’Brien, Lions President Mike Hooper and 2nd Vice President Bill Christmas.
Sunday was an assembly line day at Ocean City American Legion Post 166 as volunteers gathered to stuff Care Packages for servicemen and women overseas. Working with Operation We Care, a Salisbury non-profit founded in 2007, 125 boxes were filled with toiletries, food, and host of everyday items those of us at home take for… Read more »
Despite a challenging year, A Perfect Face Day Spa was still able to hold a successful Pamper for Charity fundraiser for the 24th year. Above, owner Carol Withers presents a $5,000 check to the American Cancer Society’s Mary Bellis. Withers thanked her customers and the supportive community who made the fundraiser a success. Submitted Photos