The Ocean Pines Garden Club recently held its January meeting at the Lighthouse Sound restaurant. The installation of the 2008 officers took place. They are, from left, Co-Vice President Margaret Lamphier, Co-Vice President Carolyn Henglein, Recording Secretary Carol Hornak, Outgoing President Ann Lutz, President-elect Darlene Musitano, Treasurer Barbara Ferger, and Corresponding Secretary Marian Bickerstaff.
The Winterfest Gala Committee presented the Delmarva Chefs Association with a check for $2,270 recently. Pictured, from left, are Gary Leach, Nancy Dofflemeyer, Phil Cropper, Michelle Myers and Tony Hilligos.
A donation given by the employees of Worcester County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office was presented to the Worcester County Developmental Center (WCDC). Pictured, from left, are Stephen V. Hales, Circuit Court clerk, Sally Borzager, WCDC program director, Jeffrey Smith, program participant, and Susan R. Braniecki, chief deputy.
William M. Hearne, Jr.BERLIN – William M. Hearne, Jr., of Berlin, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008 at his home. Born in Berlin, he was the son of the late William M. Hearne and Margaret M. Hearne. Hearne was a graduate of the Buckingham School in 1941. Working as a self-taught carpenter for 40… Read more »
Buckingham Elementary School recently recognized the teachers who passed their National Board Certification. Above, from left, are Assistant Principal Terry Smith, special education teachers Michele Hundley and Annette Waters-Carrigan and Principal Roger Pacella. Submitted Photos
Brian and Christine Selzer of Merrill Lynch are pictured with the toys they received from their clients at their annual holiday open house. All toys were donated to the Worcester County Sherriff’s department’s annual needy campaign.
Willa CromwellOCEAN PINES – Willa Cromwell, WWII Army nurse, 96, died at her home, Catered Living of Ocean Pines, where she had been lovingly cared for the last six years.Daughter of Wade Dolph and Mary Marshall Mangum, she was born in Durham, N.C. She studied nursing at Johns Hopkins and Columbia. During WWII, she and… Read more »
Adam Osborn, proprietor of Carrabba’s Italian Grill in West Ocean City, stands among the many toys collected at the restaurant to be donated to the NOEL Christmas Day Dinner.
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School students recently held a “progressive coin drive” for the Worcester County Development Center (WCDC). The WCDC is close to MBS because it provides hot lunch for the school daily. Students raised $2,361.74 from a school of 200. Father Smith of St. Luke/St. Andrew was so impressed with the students that… Read more »
Doreathea E. “Toots” CoffeyBERLIN – Doreathea E. “Toots” Coffey, died Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2007, at the age of 104. Born on April 17, 1903 in Summit, N.J., she was the middle child in a family of nine of the late Paul W. and Mary Parkin. She was preceded in death by her eight brothers and… Read more »