The Ocean City Development Corporation (OCDC) held it annual meeting last week and handed out several awards for actions promoting and enhancing the downtown area. Pictured above, former Ocean City planning commission member Larry Sawyer accepts an award from OCDC president Greg Shockley for his company’s Isabella project on 1st Street.
Cecilia Dea ParkerBERLIN – Cecilia Dea Parker, 56, of Berlin and formerly of Locust Point in Baltimore, died suddenly Monday, April 21 at home.Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Bernard C. and Cecilia T. Lukiewski. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mitchell L. Parker in 1991.“Dea,” as she was known to… Read more »
Evelyn Dalmaso, left, of Ocean City, is pictured after buying raffle tickets from Arlene Joyner, Temple Bat Yam volunteer, for the 2008 fully loaded, leather interior Mustang convertible in background. The car is featured on Caroline Street and the Boardwalk. Raffle tickets can be purchased on site or by calling Temple Bat Yam at 410-641-4311…. Read more »
Art League of Ocean City President Rina Thaler presents a check to Veronica Kahn of Diakonia, Inc., representing the proceeds designated for Diakonia, Inc. generated by Art With A Heart, an upscale show and sale at Seacrets.
Carousel Resort Hotel and Condominiums Marketing Director Stan Kahn accepts a print of “Sand Dune” by Paige Ruby from Ocean City Council member Nancy Howard, representing the Art League of Ocean City. The award-winning print was given in appreciation of the Carousel Resort Hotel and Condominiums being a 2008 Corporate Patron of the Art League… Read more »
Edna May ReedBERLIN – Edna May Reed, age 93, died Saturday, April 26, 2008 at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late Harvey T. Massey, Sr. and Annie L. Bangs Massey. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. William McKinley Reed; a sister, Lillian Dean;… Read more »
Laura McCray and Veronica Donaldson of the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Partnership of the Ocean City Convention and Visitors Bureau present a $1,000 scholarship check to Brandon Hook of Berlin, a hotel-motel-restaurant management (HMR) student at Wor-Wic Community College, as Ricardo H. Aragon, instructor of culinary arts at Wor-Wic, looks on. The partnership provides funds… Read more »
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) has awarded a $1,000 technical mini-grant to Agape in Berlin to purchase two computer workstations for the nonprofit organization’s office. Pictured, from left, are Nikki Grant, Agape Board member; Eloise Henry-Gordy, Agape Board Member and Education Committee Chair; Jack Burbage, benefactor and friend of Agape; Leigh Sandifer,… Read more »
Delegate Norman Conway was a guest speaker at the monthly Democratic Women’s Club meeting held last month in Ocean Pines. Pictured, from left, are Arlene Page, President, Democratic Women’s Club; Norman Conway, Maryland State Delegate for district 38B; Kathy Muncy, Vice President, Democratic Women’s Club; and Jean Louis, President, Democratic Club of Worcester County.
Andre LavanceauOCEAN CITY – Andre Lavanceau, right, 71, of Ocean City and formerly of Dayton, Md., died Tuesday, April 22 at home. Lavanceau had been an HVAC contractor and a pastry chef. He was a member of the Ocean City Parrothead Club. He was preceded in death by his parents, Daniel and Jeanne Casou Lavanceau,… Read more »