The Art League of Ocean City awarded prizes for the October exhibit at its First Friday reception on Oct. 5. Pictured, from left, are Paige Ruby, honorable mention; Eithne Graziano, third place; Richard Mathews, second place; Robert Heron, honorable mention; and Chris Ecker, honorable mention. First prize went to Denise Russell, not pictured. The exhibit… Read more »
Berlin Mayor Tom Cardinale is pictured cutting the Ocean Pines Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon as chamber representatives join the owners and employees of Coastal Drug Center. The new business is located at the entrance to Atlantic General Hospital off Old Ocean City Bvld.
After the October Worcester County Garden Club meeting, a demonstration of various grasses was presented by Peg Clements of Sea Bright Garden in Bishopville. Clements discussed what will grow well in this area with club members.
The Pine Steppers Square Dance Club is welcoming new dancers at its ‘First Nighter Dance’ at the Ocean Pines Community Hall. Square Dance lessons will began last week and continue weekly on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. If you are interested in learning the square dance calls, contact Joe and Jacque Hunter at 410-208-6331.
Richard Todd MohrBERLIN – Richard Todd Mohr, 33, died Sept. 25 at Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore as a result of a car accident earlier that day in Berlin.Born Jan. 12, 1974 in Annapolis, he was the son of Jeannie Mohr Anderson and Ronald J. Anderson. He was a graduate of Severna Park High School… Read more »
Friends of the Ocean Pines Library sponsored a trip to the National Book Festival held on the Mall in Washington, DC last Saturday. More than 70 authors shared their experiences, read from their work and autographed their books. Michael Beschloss, Ken Burns, Jodi Picoult, Joyce Carol Oates, Martha Raddatz, David Baldacci, Michael Oren and David… Read more »
Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley Insurance Brokers recently presented to Willards Elementary School needed supplies collected by the staff for the school’s supply drive. Pictured, from left, are TeresaStout, agent of A/SCD; Debbie Simpkins, second grade teacher; Cristin Eurice, first grade teacher; Regina Rando, Principal; Laura Bren, president of A/SCD, and Patti Cooley, first grade teacher.
Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley Insurance Brokers (A/SCD) recently presented to Pittsville Elementary School needed supplies collected by the staff for the school’s supply drive. Pictured, from left, are Teresa Stout, agent of A/SCD; Valerie Hughes, Guidance Counselor; Dr. Kathy Vail, Assistant Principal; Nick Jones, fourth grade student; Laura Bren, president of A/SCD, and Linda Lane,… Read more »
On Sept. 13 representatives of three Eastern Shore chapters of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) met with Congressman Wayne T. Gilchrest’s Domestic Affairs Legislative Assistant Kathryn A. Godburn. They reviewed issues in Congress vital to the retirement security of active and retired federal employees. Pictured, front from left, are Dorothy Beatty,… Read more »
The Food Lion of Berlin recently donated school supplies to students who attend Buckingham Elementary School. The donation was part of Food Lion’s ‘Help a Child Program.” All children who attend the after-school program Project Outreach received these school supplies. Pictured, front row from left, are students Jared Townsend, Ja’Den Spence, Stephanie Jones, Sha’Tyria Thomas… Read more »