Every year at Christmas, the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City rings the bell for the Salvation Army’s “Red Kettle” Campaign at the Berlin Walmart on Rt. 50. Captain Matthew Trantham is pictured with Kiwanis Club President Bob Wolfing after he was the guest speaker at the weekly Wednesday meeting on Oct. 12.
The Geezer Golf group held its annual banquet on Oct. 5 at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club with 50 members attending plus their guests. Trophies and shirts were awarded to the team that placed first at their Championship: Ken Happel, Dave Brzozowski, Don Van Reenan and Barry Eccleston. Many other members received awards for their… Read more »
The Salisbury Police Department took home the Law Enforcement Team Cup at the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic hosted by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation. Shown, from left, are Griffin Torrence, Matthew Mitzel and Lt. Pete Tyler with race captain Kelley Selph, a Wor-Wic graduate and Foundation board member.
Whitehead Real Estate recently donated to Wor-Wic Community College. At far right, Dr. Ray Hoy, president of Wor-Wic Community College, and Stefanie Rider, executive director of the foundation and director of development, accept a $15,000 check from Whitehead Real Estate Executives to support the “Preparing for a Stronger Tomorrow” campaign. Presenting the check are, from… Read more »
At a recent meeting Ken Argot, the new executive director of Diakonia,, updated the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City. Argot, left, is pictured with Kiwanis Club President Bob Wolfing.
Don Coffin of Berlin has been sworn in as Judge Advocate of the First State Detachment of the Marine Corps League. As Judge Advocate, Coffin is responsible for advising the unit on matters of rules and regulations. Coffin was installed in the office by Frank Del Piano of Ocean City, Commandant of the Department of… Read more »
Representatives of the King David Consistory were among the community groups in attendance at Oktoberfest in Berlin. Pictured are Samuel Scott, Willy Miller, James Mapp and Donald Smack.
The Ocean City Lioness Lions Club recently made a donation to the nonprofit Surfer’s Healing Ocean City. Presenting the check to their representative, David Leiderman, are Lioness Lions President Bev Topfer , right, and Vice President Ann Runo, left.
The Tindley Gospel Sing was held at Germantown School Oct. 15. The event, which celebrated Dr. Charles Albert Tindley, included performances by local singers as well as children’s activities. Pictured completing puzzles and coloring pages related to Tindley are local children Dev Taylor, Ava Sharpe and Daylen Taylor.
Charlie Dorman of the Ocean City/Berlin Optimist Club presented Rina Thaler, executive director of the Art League of Ocean City, with a $8,250 donation to support a free performance of Artrageous for the schoolchildren of Worcester County. This donation will allow the schools to bus their students to the Ocean City Performing Arts Center on… Read more »