We Remember Those Who Have Passed

We Remember Those Who Have Passed

Charles L. “Roy” TrageserBERLIN – Charles L. “Roy” Trageser, 79, of Berlin, and formerly of Baltimore died at his home on June 15, 2008 after a short battle with cancer.Trageser is survived by his wife of 39 years, Patricia L. Trageser (Murray). In addition to his wife he is survived by a son, Roy Trageser,… Read more »

Worcester County Public Schools’ Adult Education Division

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded a $10,000 grant to Worcester County Public Schools’ Adult Education division to fund an instructional program aimed at teaching English to adults from foreign countries. Partnering with the school system in this effort are Ocean City’s Council for Educational Travel, USA (CET USA) and St. Mary’s Holy Savior Catholic… Read more »

Ocean City Lioness Club

The new officers for 2008-2009 of the Ocean City Lioness Club were recently installed at their June meeting. They were President Faye Cathell, Vice President Diane Powell, Treasurer Tina Austin, Recording Secretary Bonnie Robertson, Corresponding Secretary Joan Grimes and Directors Joan Strang, Linda Schissler and Jackie Sheppard.

We Remember Those Who Have Passed

We Remember Those Who Have Passed

Lillian TetaBERLIN – Lillian Teta, age 89, a long time resident of Troy, NY, Ocean City and Gull Creek Senior Living Center in Berlin, died on Friday, June 6, 2008 at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin.Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late Lee Summers Moran and Sara Kogler Moran. She was preceded… Read more »

Ocean City Elementary School Recognized

Ocean City Elementary School was the first school in the state to achieve 100 percent proficiency in mathematics and reading, as measured by the 2007 Maryland School Assessment (MSA). The accomplishment has sparked the interest of educators across the state, as well as in the United States Department of Education (USDE). Ed Cashman, center, Region… Read more »

Temple Bat Yam

Jeff Thaler, left, presents a pewter tray from the congregation of Temple Bat Yam, a Reform Jewish Temple in Berlin, to Joyce Klein for her 13 years of service as treasurer during the annual meeting.