Retired Nurses of Ocean Pines Donate $1000

The Retired Nurses of Ocean Pines recently donated $1,000 to the James G. and Nancy W. Barrett Scholarship Program. The scholarship program offers assistance with tuition, books, and health care benefits to applicants who wish to pursue a career in nursing or radiology. Above, retired nurses Mary Stevens, Joan Hatfield, and Pam O’Dowd are pictured… Read more »

10 year old participates in Coastal Bays Nature Clinic

Jordan Mansker, 10, recently participated in the Coastal Bays Nature Clinic, which was offered by Ocean City Recreation and Parks in cooperation with the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and Delmarva Low Impact Tourism Experiences (DLITE). While exploring Assateague State Park, she discovered this partial US Fish and Wildlife Tagged Horseshoe Crab. Above, Mansker is presented with a… Read more »

We Remember Those Who Have Passed

We Remember Those Who Have Passed

Charles Lee DisharoonOCEAN CITY – Charles Lee Disharoon, 84, died Friday, Nov. 7, 2008 at PRMC in Salisbury. He was born in Hebron and grew up in Randallstown.He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Jackie Beamer Disharoon; his stepmother, Dorotha Disharoon; three children, Yvonne, Donald, and Camie Disharoon; two sisters, Margaret Rosenberger and… Read more »

OC/Berlin Rotary Club welcomes Executive Director of Delmarva Boy Scouts

Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club welcomed Patrick Sterrett, Executive Director of Del-Mar-Va Council of the Boy Scouts of America, during a recent meeting. Pictured are Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club Program Coordinator Tom Bickerstaff, Boy Scouts of America Tri-County and Virginia District Director Kevin Les Callett, Sterrett and Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club President Stan Kahn.

Ocean Pines Children Praise Dancers

The Children Praise Dancers of the Community Church at Ocean Pines perform Sundays for the congregation during the Contemporary Service at 9:15 a.m. in celebration of Faith. Pictured, front row, Jessa Hoover, Ashlyn Elliott, Anna Rosenberg and Molly Compher; back, Brittany Hoffman, Atlea Compher and Remy Trader. Submitted Photos

CFES awards community needs grant to the Maryland Coastal Bays Program

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) has awarded a $4,500 community needs grant to the Maryland Coastal Bays Program (MCBP) to support the marketing and communication activities of the Delmarva Environmental Educators Network, a coalition of 25 regional partners. Pictured, from left, are Spicer Bell, CFES president; and representing the MCBP, Dave Wilson,… Read more »