A number of locals were honored at the Worcester County Commission for Women’s History Month Luncheon recently. Among those receiving the Women of Tomorrow Awards were, pictured with commission member Marge Sebour,, front, Diana Vogel and Yanneth Rodrigues and, back, Megan Lawton, Claire Klingenberg and Sara Welch.
Maryland’s Most Beautiful People Annual Volunteer Dinner honored the Community Church of Ocean Pines’ The Shepherd’s Nook at an Ocean Pines Yacht Club ceremony last month. The Shepherd’s Nook was one of 38 groups selected from 300 groups statewide to be recognized by the governor during Volunteer Appreciation Week in Annapolis. The nomination was made… Read more »
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) has awarded a $5,849 Community Needs grant to Atlantic General Hospital for the purchase of equipment for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training. Above, from left, Bonnie Mannion, RN and AGH Education Manager, and Erica Joseph, CFES Program Officer, watch Barbara Frazier, RRT and ACLS instructor, demonstrate… Read more »
Donald L. LyonsBERLIN – Donald Louis Lyons, age 63, died Wednesday, March 18, 2008 at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin.Born in Wilmington, Del., he was the son of the late Zane Gray Lyons and Agnes Elishia Hastings. He is survived by his wife, Beverly Ann Legg Lyons; a twin brother, Lionel Gray Lyons and his… Read more »
The newest Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program DelMarVa Chapter board members were recently selected for 2008. Pictured, from left, are Melanie Welton, co-founder, and new members Dave Miller and Dana Gaigler. The Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program is a youth-focused, community-based awareness and educational suicide prevention program.
Stephen Decatur High Schools Jr. Red Cross Club members recently completed nine hours of instruction to earn their CPR/AED and Standard First Aid training. Club members were trained by the Lower Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross. Pictured, club coordinators and members are pictured with John Culp, executive director of the Lower Shore Chapter… Read more »
Bull on the Beach owner Phil Houck was recognized recently for his commitment to Atlantic General Hospital and his involvement in the annual New Year’s Day Penguin Swim. Since the event’s inception, Houck and the Bull have raised $241,000 for the hospital’s Foundation. Pictured, from left, are Todd Hershey, chair of the Atlantic General Hospital… Read more »
Barbara Lynn HornBarbara Lynn Horn, age 53, died Friday, March 14, 2008 at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin with her family by her side.Born in Tennessee, she was the daughter of Bobby K. and Kayree Kirk Hamlett. Mrs. Horn had worked as a photo manager at Happy Harry’s Drug Store. She was very artistic, she… Read more »
Worcester County Commissioner Louise Gulyas was the guest speaker at the recent Ocean City Chapter 1917 AARP meeting. At the meeting a collection was taken for Diakonia and $205 was raised. Left to right: Tom Hannon, Anne Cooley, Sue Shoop, Dubby Eby, Council member Mary Knight and Gulyas.
Murray Oltman, director of information services at Atlantic General Hospital and owner of Wavelength Information Services, was recognized recently for his generous in-kind donation of service hours during 2007. Oltman donated a large number of support hours beyond the contracted levels to the hospital totaling $111,662. From left: Todd Hershey, chair of the Atlantic General… Read more »