The Republican Women of Worcester County held its February luncheon meeting at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. The guest speaker was Corine Frank, executive director of the Maryland Republican Party. Pictured, from left, are Beth Rodier, president RWWC; Frank; and Sandy Zitzer, first vice president RWWC.
Bob Younglove, a certified health coach, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Younglove spoke about the development of willpower to change old, unhealthy habits into new habits that maintain wellness and vitality while working to prevent future diseases. He… Read more »
The OC Jeep Club brought a huge amount of food and supply donations to the Worcester County Humane Society last Saturday. About 60 Jeeps drove down Stephen Decatur Highway from the Teal Marsh Shopping Center all packed with donations for the no kill shelter. The club does this supply run for the shelter every year in… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County’s Literacy Committee recently spent a busy morning at the Showell Elementary School’s Media Center. Members were inventorying student’s books in preparation for the school’s move into the new Showell Elementary School later this year. Pictured are RWWC member Marge Matturro and RWWC Literacy Chair Liz Mumford.
Worcester County Board of Education member Elena McComas, pictured with President Roy Foreman, was the guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City’s weekly meeting Feb. 18. She’s also a member of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City and updated other members on Worcester County schools in addition to thanking… Read more »
Ocean Pines officials on Feb. 12 presented a check on behalf of BJ’s Wholesale Club to the Worcester County Veterans Memorial Foundation. Pictured, from left, are Ocean Pines Association General Manager John Viola, Worcester County Veterans Memorial Foundation President Marie Gilmore and Ocean Pines Association President Doug Parks.
Barbara Entwistle, coordinator for Pillowcase Ministry, was recently awarded the 2020 Jefferson Award by WBOC TV news anchor Kimberly Wiggins. Family and volunteer participants enjoyed refreshments while sharing in the surprise announcement at the Clarion. Since its inception in 2011, Pillowcase Ministry has grown from sundresses made from pillowcases to shorts, market bags, backpacks, shower and… Read more »