The Bethany Beach Farmers’ Market celebrated the start of its 11th season this month by hosting a ceremonial ribbon cutting with the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. Market vendors, board members, and volunteers were present for the celebration. The Bethany Beach Farmers’ Market is open Sundays from 8 a.m.-noon, through Sept. 2.
Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645 awarded scholarships to eight graduating seniors from $2,000 to $8,000 for four years. Pictured are Michael Scott, Jack Reimer, Scholarship Committee Co-Chair Pat Flynn, Exalted Ruler Susan Caldwell, Maya Knepp, Co-Chair David Poore, Shane Cioccis and Michael Mareno. Three recipients not pictured were Deborah Marini, Caroline Pasquariello and Kata Carpenter.
Allen Harim presented five students with the Allen Harim Legacy Scholarship, which provides a $2,500 financial award for college. The scholarship was created last year when the company announced they would be using savings from a newly installed solar project to create the program. Scholarship recipients, from left, are Joshua Tucker of Boonville, N.C., Diana… Read more »
The Worcester County Humane Society recently recognized its 2017 Volunteer of the Year and Employee of the Year. Pictured, from left, are Bob Baker, WCHS Board president; Barbara Griffiths, volunteer of the year; Patrick Priest, employee of the year; and Jessica Summers, shelter manager. Submitted Photos
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently awarded the Silver DAR Outstanding Cadet Medal to William Stamnas at Stephen Decatur High School. National Defense Chair Barbara May presented the medal, which is awarded to a student for participation in a non-ROTC, military-affiliated cadet program funded by the school… Read more »
The three Rotary Clubs in Salisbury presented a $3,000 check to U.S. Kennels, Inc. from their Flags for Heroes project. Pictured, from left, are Bill Ferguson, past president of the Salisbury Sunrise Rotary Club and District Governor Nominee for District 7630; Chris Hardy, executive director of U.S. Kennels, Inc.; “Kaiser”, a service dog in training… Read more »
Members of the Snow Hill Rotary Club recently visited the Snow Hill Middle School in order to observe the use of the chrome books that had been purchased through a grant awarded to the club by the district. There were 12 chrome books purchased for students at Snow Hill Middle School. Students demonstrated for Rotarians… Read more »
Wor-Wic Community College recently held a reception for employees who retired after many years of dedicated service to the college. Dr. Ray Hoy, left, president of Wor-Wic, is shown with this year’s retirees, from left, next to Hoy, Teresa M. Disharoon, director of business and industry training for the continuing education and workforce development (CEWD)… Read more »
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen recently presented a Consumer Protection Forum at MAC, Inc., the Area Agency on Aging. The program featured information on consumer issues, followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience. Pictured, from left are, Frosh, MAC Executive Director Pattie Tingle and Van Hollen.