SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, recently donated $2,500 to the Community Resource Center, which helps meet the needs of eastern Sussex County residents facing a crisis. Pictured, from left, are Jo Allegro-Smith, director of the CRC, and Lindsey Barry, controller at SoDel Concepts.
At the April meeting of the Wicomico Retired Educational Personnel (WREP), 2019- 2020 officers were sworn in. WREP meets four times a year for lunch, fellowship and guest speakers. All retired Wicomico County school employees are eligible. Pictured, from left, are Ann Marie Downey, president Maryland Retired School Personnel Association; WREP President Ben Reavis; Jackie Jones,… Read more »
The Retired Nurses of Ocean Pines recently presented a check for $850 to Colleen Wareing, vice president of patient care services at Atlantic General Hospital, benefiting the James G. and Nancy W. Barrett Nursing Scholarship Program. The Retired Nurses of Ocean Pines have generously contributed more than $10,000 to Atlantic General Hospital’s nursing scholarship program… Read more »
At its monthly meeting, the Worcester County Commission for Women welcomed three new members to the commission. Pictured, from left, are Kim List from Ocean City, Beth Rodier from Bishopville and Laura Morrison from Pocomoke City. The commission meets to discuss initiatives that promote the social, educational, economic, and political equality for women in Worcester… Read more »
Operation Shooting Star (OSS), an autoimmune disease Advocacy organization, has partnered with a leader in autoimmune disease research, Benaroya Research Institute (BRI) at Virginia Mason. Audrey Fisher Killen, founder and executive director of OSS, and National Ambassador Gretchen Schoenstein recently traveled to Seattle to deliver a donation in the amount of $10,000 to support current… Read more »
Leo Club President Kennedy Duke was presented a check for $1,500 from Ocean City Lions Club President Norm Cathell to support club activities at Stephen Decatur high School. Also pictured are Vice President Samantha Short, Secretary Halle Frieman, Treasurer Logan Townsend, Hannah Johnson, Jude Al-Hamad and SDHS Adviser Nikki Zervakos. Submitted Photos