The Elks Lodge 2645 Veterans’ Group sponsored a Sept. 11 Remembrance Service. Veterans’ Group Chairman Sarge Garlitz opened the service with Call to the Colors followed by the invocation, National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance. Message and introduction of guests was done by Elks 2645 Exalted Ruler Kevin Matthews. The service was closed by Bugler… Read more »
September is Literacy Month and Showell Elementary School was the proud recipient of a monetary donation to buy books. The Republican Women of Worcester County has generously gifted $300 to increase classroom libraries and support the 100 Book Challenge Reading program. Pictured, from left, are Kate McCabe, Library Media Specialist; Diane Shorts, Principal; and Liz… Read more »
The Germantown School Community Heritage Center hosted a community dinner to raise money for Berlin resident John Maxwell, whose home was destroyed in a fire in June. Through the dinner and donations from area residents, $1,712. Pictured presenting a check to Jennifer Scott of Taylor Bank are Victor Smack, Scott, Barbara Purnell, Wilbur Pitts, Carol… Read more »
James V. GesloisOCEAN CITY — Devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, James V. Geslois (85) of Ocean City passed away peacefully on Aug. 31, 2019 in his home.Also known as “Jimmy G” and “Poppy,” Jim valued family and God above all. His sense of humor was legendary. We are grateful for his glowing smile,… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County donated more than $200 worth of school supplies to Worcester County G.O.L.D. for distribution. Pictured, from left, are RWWC Literacy Committee members Liz Mumford, and Marge Matturro are pictured with Worcester County G.O.L.D. Executive Director Sandy Sipes, center.
Foreign exchange students of The Salisbury School recently visited the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. These students are from the Ernst-Abbe-Gymnasium in Okerkochen, Germany. By touring the museum, the students were able to gain an appreciation for the rich and vibrant history of Ocean City and also learned about native sea life. Submitted Photos
Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City President Dick Clagett, left, is pictured accepting a $400 donation from Kiwanis House Signs Community Service Program Chair Ralph Chinn. Signs still cost only $15 and repainting of them is only $10. Order forms can be obtained at the Ocean Pines Administration office. The signs help to identify the… Read more »