The Worcester County Commissioners presented a proclamation recognizing March as Women’s History Month to Commission for Women (CFW) members, honoring the contributions of these and other exemplary women to the economic, cultural and social well-being of Worcester County. Pictured, front from left, are Laura Morrison, Gwen Lehman, Chair Tamara White and Commissioners Diana Purnell and… Read more »
On March 8, 140 women came together to celebrate the 8th Annual International Women’s Day at Ristorante Antipasti. The event, chaired by Binda Terra DiCarlo and Gina Drago Frey, raises funds for a local woman or organization in need through raffles, live and silent auctions and donations. This year’s recipient was Home of the Brave… Read more »
On March 3, 2020, the Worcester County Commissioners, back, presented a proclamation recognizing March as National Social Work Month to Julie Rayne and Rhonda Bavis of the Health Department and Jamie Manning, Assistant Director of Services for the Department of Social Services (DSS) and other DSS staff members to honor social workers for striving to… Read more »
International Women’s Day and the Suffrage Centennial were celebrated at the Georgetown Circle this month. The event was sponsored by the Freeman Foundation and was attended by many, including these members of the 100SA group. Pictured, from left, are Linda Linzey, co-chair; Joy Braun; Vicky Wallace; Susan Buyer, co-chair; Sue Fox; and Debbie Gousha.
The American Legion Synepuxent Post 166 held its annual First Responders Awards Program last week. Individual awards were presented to Worcester County Sheriff Deputy Cameron Gardner, Maryland State Police (MSP) Berlin Barracks Trooper of the Year Tfc. Kevin Lane, MSP Berlin Barracks NCO of the Year Sgt. Sean Huffines, OC Police Officer of the Year… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County present a check for $400 to Diakonia to support efforts in providing emergency and transitional housing and counseling and assistance to its guests. Pictured, receiving the check is Bee Miller, executive director of Diakonia on the left, and Vera Beck, RWWC chair for Caring for America.
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce kicked off 2020 with the first Business After Hours of the year. The Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation (QRCF), the chamber’s charitable arm, presented two large donations at the event. The Fire & Ice “Out of this World” Festival raised $7,839.50 for the new Nemours A.I. duPont Pediatrics & SeniorCare,… Read more »