The presentation of the 2008 Mary Ann Royal Award went to Nancy Smith during the May monthly meeting of the Worcester County Garden Club (WCGC). The first president of WCGC and a member of the House of Delegates, Mrs. Norman Polk, established this award in honor of her friend Many Ann Royal. Pictured with Smith… Read more »
Brownie Troop 358, which meets at Worcester Prep, recently made a donation to the Worcester County Child Advocacy Center. The girls sold over 1,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies. Pictured, front from left, are Alexandra Van Orden, Berlin; Margaret Coutu, Willards; Isabel Dashiell, Ocean City; Melissa Laws, Berlin; Kathleen Emche, Ocean Pines; Eva Parks, Onancock;… Read more »
VFW Post 8296 Auxiliary President Rose Kinsey and Treasurer Lois Caldwell presented a check to Diakonia Inc. Program Coordinator Latesha Balam (right) during a luncheon honoring Caldwell (center) for her 30 plus years of service to VFW Post 8296 Auxiliary.
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.
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore has awarded a $500 grant to the Worcester Career and Technology Center to provide support for the first annual “Arts and Technology Heritage Festival” held last week. Pictured above, CFES President Spicer Bell (center) presents the grant to WCTC Principal Dr. Jane Pruitt (right) and WCTC Spanish teacher… Read more »
William E. Regan, Jr.BERLIN – William E. Regan Jr., 67, formerly of Timonium, Md., and retired to Berlin, died suddenly Thursday, May 8, 2008.Regan was the founder and past president of Data Networks, Inc., one of the largest privately held companies in the area that supplies computer systems to schools and local and state governments…. Read more »
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 »