The Republican Women of Worcester County (RWWC) held its annual Red, White and Blue luncheon meeting on Thursday, June 24 at the Lighthouse Sound Restaurant. The guest speaker was Worcester County Sheriff Matt Crisifulli, who gave updates on law enforcement activities in his department. He is pictured with RWWC Americanism Chair Charlotte Cathell, who gave a… Read more »
The Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum accepts new artifacts throughout the year to add to the growing collection. Last week Teresa Murray donated a syrup pitcher from the Plimhimmon Hotel. The syrup pitcher was initially owned by Teresa’s grandmother Dorothy H. Taylor, owner of the Plimhimmon in the 1940s. In the 1800s, the Plimhimmon, now… Read more »
On May 15, the Republican Women of Worcester County held a Meet and Greet for Republican Women living in the central part of Worcester. The get together was held at The River House Inn in Snow Hill Maryland. More than 40 women were in attendance on a beautiful spring day. Pictured are The River House… Read more »
Elks Lodge 2645 of Ocean City made an impact in the Macky & Pam Stansell House fundraising with their pledge to become a sponsor of bedroom seven, which has been identified as “To Our Absent Members, Ocean City Elks Lodge 2645” (to remember their members that have died). The Elks have been supporting Coastal Hospice since… Read more »
Berlin Lioness Club is back to meeting again. New officers for 2021-22 include, back from left, Vice President Jackie Flora, President Denise Gottloeb, Board member Debbie Jensen, Secretary Diane Frombach and Board member Ruth Scott. Front, from left, are Treasurer Susan Parks, Board member Betty Sgro and Board member Bobbie Drezek.
The local Delaware Modern Quilt Guild donated its 2020 Community Outreach Challenge quilt named “COVID Curves” to Beebe Healthcare. Pictured are Beebe Medical Foundation President Tom Protack, Executive Director of Development Kay Young and Gift Officer Diane Barlow receiving the quilt from Joan Flanigan-Clarke, Debbie Iammatteo, Mary Shepherd, and Janet Denson.
The Worcester County Commissioners last week presented a commendation to longtime judicial clerk Charlene Showell as she retired after 36 years working in the District Court for the State of Maryland and the Circuit Court for Worcester County. Showell, who began her career May 24, 1985, was surprised by the commendation. She said she’d enjoyed… Read more »
The Juneteenth Snow Hill Freedom Walk was held on June 19th at Byrd Park in Snow Hill. The event, commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., was sponsored in partnership with Snow Hill United, Worcester County NAACP and African American Heritage Society of Snow Hill & Surrounding Areas. Pictured, from left, are Dr, Maria… Read more »
During their June 15, 2021 meeting, the Worcester County Commissioners commended Stephen Decatur High School senior Houston Phillips for taking first place in three regional championships and four state championships in the Stock Market Games (SMG) hosted by the Maryland Council on Economic Education in 2020 and 2021. Phillips set the state record by turning… Read more »
The Worcester County NAACP recently commemorated Negro League Baseball Player and Hall of Famer Judy Johnson, a Snow Hill native, on Saturday, June 19. He was recognized in front of the Judy Johnson Memorial at the Snow Hill Library. Among those in attendance were including Judy Johnson’s good friend, James Knott, his niece, Sylvia White,… Read more »