The Elks Lodge 2645 upstairs hall was dedicated earlier this month in honor of Jim Flaig and Toni and Carroll Wagner. These individuals have constantly been involved with Elks Lodge 2645 and with the community. Their family and friends attended and enjoyed a dinner at the lodge and Exalted Ruler Kevin Matthews was on hand to… Read more »
The OC Recreation Boosters volunteer each week at the Sunset Park Party Nights music events selling beverages and snacks. Proceeds from these events are directed to youth programs. Pictured, standing from left, are Dan Wormann, Gary Crouse, Chuck Wilson and Diane Wormann; and, seated, Norma Simmons and June Wilson.
During a recent meeting, a number of awards were presented to Ocean City Lions Club members for their service. Above, Sean Williams receives the Pasher Bishop Award for devoted service to the club from Norm Cathell. He also received recognition for his many roles in the club including membership and scholarship chair, board secretary, social… Read more »
On Friday, July 26, team captains of Team Cancer and Team Cardiac from the Survivors’ Team Pickleball Competition joined organizer Vaughn Baker to present a $2,000 donation for Beebe Healthcare’s new freestanding emergency department and cancer center due to be completed on Roxana Road near Millville.
Worcester County Garden Club Chair Joanne Kirby recently presented Worcester Preparatory School student Hannah Perdue of Salisbury a first-place winner award for her entry in the National Garden Clubs Inc. Essay Contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the Worcester County Garden Club, District I, Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland, Inc.
Pat Arata, historic preservation committee chair for the General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), recently presented a DAR Historic Preservation Recognition award to Edward P. Phillips, Jr. for his long-standing dedication to historic preservation and volunteer work at the community level. Phillips was recommended for the award after giving… Read more »
The three Rotary Clubs in Salisbury presented a $1,000 check to U.S. Kennels, Inc. from their Flags for Heroes project. Pictured, from left, are Dan Livingston, president of the Wicomico Rotary Club; Chris Hardy, executive director of U.S. Kennels, Inc.; “Brody”, a service dog in training; and Chris Layton, president of the Rotary Club of… Read more »