Matt Heim, the Mid-Atlantic campaign organizer for Oceana, an international ocean advocacy organization, was the speaker at the January meeting of the Democratic Women’s Club (DWC) of Worcester County. Pictured are Harriet Batis, DWC co vice president; Heim; and Vicky Wallace, DWC president.
Michael James of the Carousel Group recently presented a check for $12,500 to the Worcester County Education Foundation (WCEF), which was established in August of 2013 as a 501(c)3 non-profit to establish a proactive partnership between the community and the public school system by linking community resources with the educational needs of its students to… Read more »
Ocean Pines Children’s Theater Director Paulette DeRosa Matrona and Musical Director Sharon Sorrentino were the guest speakers at a recent meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City. Before speaking, cast member Trista Harner sand a beautiful rendition of the national anthem for the attendees. Pictured, from left, are Sorrentino, Matrona and Kiwanis Club… Read more »
Tyler William BirchOCEAN PINES — Tyler William Birch, age 19, beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, uncle and friend to many, sadly left this world and was called to heaven on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019.Tyler will be dearly missed and never forgotten by his family and friends He was known to be a kind and… Read more »
Worcester County Democratic Central Committee At Large members Laurie Brittingham and Judy Davis attended the 2019 Montgomery County Women’s Legislative Briefing held in Rockville. Moms Demand Action Maryland Chapter were present to inform participants about a proposed law prohibiting the possession of a 3d printed gun.
The Rotary Club of Salisbury recently thanked The Donnie Williams Foundation for its more than $7,000 contribution to the 3-Point Initiative, as part of the 2018 Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament in Salisbury. The initiative provided $39,000 in grant funding for local non-profits that support youth programs. The Rotary’s 3-Point Initiative promotes “responsibility, integrity and academic… Read more »
Members of the Democratic Women’s Club and Indivisible Worcester delivered coffee and donuts to the U.S. Coast Guard Station in Ocean City and inquired about what else the community could do to support staff while during the recent government shutdown. Pictured are Gail Jankowski, Dell Purell, Joe Jankowski, Joan Roache, Ron Jones, Toby Perkins, Cindy… Read more »
Democratic Women’s Club members Doris Fields, Sandy Sribnick and Debbie Shuster presented a donation of $1,175 to the Diakonia food pantry. Accepting the donation were Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagle and Food Pantry Manager Michelle Ascoli. Donations were collected at the Ocean City Women’s March sponsored by the DWC and Indivisible Worcester County and at… Read more »
The Republican Women of Worcester County collected $380 at their January luncheon meeting to be given to the Coast Guard Station in Ocean City during the government shutdown. RWWC member Marlene Ott purchased 19, $20 gift cards to be distributed to the Coast Guard personnel that are stationed in Ocean City.
Paul Evans Gorman, Jr.,BERLIN — Paul Evans Gorman, Jr., 86 years old, of Berlin, passed away Jan. 4, 2019.A Baltimorean born and bred he was raised in the Roland Park area where his family owned and operated the Grauel’s Grocery stores. Active as a boy in Boy Scouts and the American Red Cross, he taught… Read more »