Posted by Shorebread | Friday, March 07, 2014
Eastern Shore pride runs deep in Maryland and Delaware. At ShoreBread, we are proud of all of the local accomplishments that garner national attention, including local rising stars like Delaware actor and Worcester Prep student Quinn McColgan. At just 12-years-old Quinn’s resume is already noteworthy, with dozens of commercials under her belt, along with five TV shows and five films, including her latest big screen debut, Non-Stop, starring Liam … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY — The House of Delegates on Wednesday approved on second reading a slightly watered down Maryland minimum wage increase bill, while rejecting an amendment introduced by a local delegate that would have included provisions specific to Ocean City. On Tuesday, the House Economic Matters approved House Bill 295, or the Maryland Minimum Wage Act of 2014, after approving several amendments. The approved bill would increase the state’s … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN — This week’s latest bout with severe winter weather caused cancellations all over the region and left more than a few vehicles sliding off area roads, but statistically speaking it appears most local residents listened to the warnings and stayed off the roads. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic Public Affairs Specialist Christine Delise, the auto club did handle a relatively high number of calls for emergency roadside assistance during … READ MORE...READ POST.
At the weekly meeting on Feb. 19 of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City, President Dick Clagett presented a $500 check to Susan Blaney, faculties/volunteer coordinator at Diakonia, Inc....READ POST.
The Berlin Lions Club hosted the District 22B Governor and his cabinet last month. Lions District 22B is comprised of all the Lions clubs on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Pictured, from left, are 1st Vice District Governor Joe Schanno, Cabinet Treasurer Mark Benzin, Cabinet Secretary Jerry Hovatter and District Governor Doug Jones. At the meeting, Jones announced Lions District 22N has partnered with the Lyme Disease Association of … READ MORE...READ POST.
The General Levin Winder Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) annually sponsors an American History essay contest in area schools. Winners were invited to the Chapter’s luncheon meeting on Feb. 19 to read excerpts and receive their awards from American History Committee Chairman Joan Chambers. The winners were all from Worcester Prep. They were Hunter Gentry, fifth grade; Maximillian Taylor, sixth grade; Liam Hammond, seventh grade; … READ MORE...READ POST.
The local Kiwanis Club for elementary school children at Buckingham Elementary School, known as K-Kids, is committed to community service projects. One of the latest was the Valentine Candy-Gram Fundraiser. Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines – Ocean City members donated the Tootsie POPS and helped the K-Kids tie red or pink ribbons onto the Tootsie POPS in preparation for K-Kids to sell. Pictured at the tying session are Alexis Walker, … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY – Fresco’s introduced a new style of Italian fine dining to Ocean City over 14 years ago and plans are in the works to open a second location in West Ocean City to serve a more casual and rustic Italian cuisine. Giovanni “Pino” Tomasello moved from Italy to Ocean City in 1978 to live with his uncle during the summer and worked at Tony’s Pizza on the … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN — Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services (WYFCS) will be partnering with the Worcester County Commission on Women’s “Suddenly Single” group for a goal setting session this Saturday in Snow Hill. Participants will learn new ways to set benchmarks for themselves that should help them overcome the challenges of becoming suddenly single. This will be the second partnering between Suddenly Single and WYFCS. The two agencies complement each … READ MORE...READ POST.
SNOW HILL — Students from Worcester Technical High School (WTHS) visited Austin, Texas this month to present their entry in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The project is already considered one of the 15 best in the nation but the top five schools will soon be chosen, a designation that would come with both bragging rights and about $140,000 in donated technology. Earlier this winter the WTHS entry … READ MORE...READ POST.
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