On Thursday, March 14, The Rotary Club of Salisbury distributed more than $39,000 to 12 local nonprofits from funds raised during the 2018 Governor’s Challenge basketball tournament. The Rotary Club of Salisbury is a partner with Wicomico County for the annual Governor’s Challenge basketball tournament, which was sponsored by The Bank of Delmarva.
On Friday, March 15, the Town of Berlin hosted its annual employee recognition ceremony. Among those honored were, from left, Planning Director Dave Engelhart, senior accountant Rondell Wise, Town Administrator Laura Allen, spray site supervisor Megan Pfaller, water distribution technician Ryan Showell, assistant wastewater superintendent Keith Dukes and Mayor Gee Williams.
The Wicomico County Visual and Performing Arts students, under the direction of Mr. Stephen Harvey, entertained the Wicomico Retired Educational Personnel at their February luncheon. Pictured left to right are Alexa Nastasi, Sarah Runge, Amari Jackson, Laila Libertin, Mitchell Adams, Spencer Cormier, Harvey and retired musical director, Mrs. Dottie Wright.
Taylor Yost ThorntonOCEAN CITY – Taylor Yost Thornton, 31, of Ocean City, Md., and Dallastown, Pa., passed away Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at his residence in Maryland.Born Oct. 13, 1987, in York, the son of Thomas Yost Thornton of Dallastown and the late Gretchen (Denniston) Thornton, he was a graduate of Dallastown High School who… Read more »
On an unseasonably nice day in February, employees of Matt’s Fish Camp in Lewes helped bag oyster shells as part of the Delaware Center for Inland Bays “Don’t Chuck your Shucks” program. Together the group assembled more than 700 bags of oysters. Pictured, from left, are Jana Susenaceva, Ronnie Burkle, Lauren Herlihy, Julie Hemp, Charles… Read more »
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City recently heard from 4STEPS Executive Director Sandy Winters. At 4STEPS, disabled students leave their frustrations behind for the freedom of a horse’s movement. Students challenge the limits of their abilities and best of all have fun doing it. Above, Club President Dick Clagette presents Winters with a… Read more »
The Worcester County Commissioners last week presented a proclamation recognizing March as National Social Work Month to Department of Social Services (DSS) professionals striving to improve lives locally. Those pictured include, front from left, Dawn Blades, Tammy Jones, Terry Whitney, Kimberly Linton, Jamie Manning, Terry Edwards and Brandon Riggin; and, second row, Latosha Harmon, Ashley… Read more »
Past and present members of the Commission for Women joined the Worcester County Commissioners to recognize March as Women’s History Month in Worcester County to honor the exemplary mothers, sisters, wives, and daughters who have pioneered policies that benefit women, working families, and all to shape a more just society. Those pictured, front from left,… Read more »
William Kenneth Tyler Sr.OCEAN CITY — William Kenneth Tyler Sr., 93, passed away Monday, March 11, 2019.Born in Cambridge, he was the son of the late Soloman Goldsborough Tyler Sr. and Alma Aaron Tyler. He was preceded in death by two brothers, S. Goldy Tyler and Burtis Tyler. He is survived by his wife of… Read more »