Members of the Ocean City Jeep Club presented a check for $1,000 to support the Corporal Keith Heacook Scholarship Fund.
Pat Arata and Jacqueline Spurrier of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution received certificates marking 40 years of service last month. Chapter Regent Gail Weldin, right, presented the certificates to Spurrier, left, and Arata, center.
Local author Diana McDonough was hosted by a book club of retired Stephen Decatur Middle School teachers to discuss the writing of her books “Stuck in the Onesies” and “My Mother’s Apprentice.”
The Ocean Lanes Bowling Center on Tuesday, April 19 hosted the roll-off of the Monday Champions and the Tuesday Champions of the Ocean Pines Mixed Bowling League. The Monday Champions were the Pintails with team members Blair Snyder, Mitzi Costello, Howard Scholl and Larry Salathe. The Tuesday Champions, the Seagulls, became official 2022 League Champions… Read more »
The Ocean City Power Squadron held its annual Change of Watch Luncheon on April 24th at the Cambria Hotel. Pictured from the left is past District Commander Walter Neese, followed by the new Bridge Officers, Commander Gerald Leuters, Executive Officer Sandra Glassman, Educational Officer, Frederick Stiehl, Administrative Officer Laura Leuters; Treasurer Neal Lookner, and Assistant… Read more »
American Legion Post 166 in April donated $10,000 to charitable causes, including $2,000 to The Cricket Center in Berlin, Worcester County’s only child advocacy center. Accepting the donation from Post Chaplain Ben Dawson and Treasurer George Barstis are Lauren Cooper, executive director of the nonprofit organization, and Laurie Evans.
Worcester County NAACP President Ivory Smith addressed the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City at the club’s April 13 meeting. Smith, right, is pictured with Kiwanis Club President Tim Lund.
At its annual membership meeting on April 19, the Atlantic General Hospital Auxiliary celebrated the installation of its new officers and recognized their past presidents. The newly appointed officers, from left, Ann Hamilton, president; Laura Rohe, vice president; Jackie Choate, recording and corresponding secretary; and Richard Buccheri, treasurer.
The Worcester County Arts Council recognized winners of the “Down to Earth” art competition at a reception on April 8. Pictured are, from left to right, Executive Director Anna Mullis, winners Rebekah Simonds, Kathy Gibson, Gail Stern, Martha Pileggi, Dee Brua, Jason Giusti and competition juror Doris Glovier.
The Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Club presented the Outstanding Optimist Award to Wayne Cott, co-chair of the organization’s annual boat show, on April 7. Pictured are Charlie Dorman, Cott and President Bill Hickey.