• November 25, 2014

The Star Democrat - Easton, Maryland: Announcements


Friday 11/21/2014
North Dorchester High School names honor roll students

HURLOCK — North Dorchester High School recently named its term one distinguished and exceptional honor roll members for the 2014-15 academic year.

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White Marsh Elementary announces honor roll students

TRAPPE — White Marsh Elementary School recently announced the names of those who achieved academic honors for the first marking period.

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Samantha Culhane of Smyrna, Del., and Kyle M. R. Coblentz of Hartly, Del., have announced their engagement. The wedding is planned for May 23, 2015.The bride-to-be is a student at Delaware Technical and Community College, and is employed by Beginnings and Beyond Child Care. Her parents are Sandy McDonald and Benjamin Culhane, and her grandparents are Gordon McDonald and Peggy Culhane.The bridegroom-to-be is a graduate of Polytech High School, and is employed by Delmarva Pole Buildings. His parents are Leroy and Tammy Coblentz, and his grandmother is Roxanna Williams-Ford.

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Amy Dawn Wilder of Federalsburg and Steven Amerman of Seaford, Del., were wed Aug. 23 at Suicide Bridge Restaurant in Hurlock. Presiding over the ceremony was Dorchester County Clerk Amy Craig, and the bride was given away by her sons, Matthew and Brandon Elmore.The maid of honor was Angie Whitby of Federalsburg, and the bridesmaids were Cindy Amerman of Seaford, Del., and Kristy Schuyler of Denton. The best man was Ed Amerman of Seaford, Del., and the groomsmen were Jay Whitby and James Williams, both of Federalsburg. The flower girl was Ali Phillips of Seaford, Del., and the ring bearer was Darren Matthew of Federalsburg.The bride is a graduate of Colonel Richardson High School and works at Hertrich of Easton. Her parents are Dee And Lowell Candel of Preston, and Whitie and Joy Wilder of Easton. Her grandmother is Sylvia Schuyler of Preston.The bridegroom is a graduate of Deptford High School and works at Amick Farms in Hurlock. His parents are Ed and Cheryl Amerman of Seaford, Del.The couple took a small trip to Kings Dominion, with a honeymoon planned for a later date. They live in Federalsburg.

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Megan Lynne Covington of Centreville and Michael Dean Hartwick Jr. of Queen Anne have announced their engagement. The wedding is planned for June 6, 2015, in Queenstown.The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School and a member of the class of 2016 in the physical therapist assistant program at Chesapeake College. Her parents are Daniel and Penny Covington of Centreville. Her grandparents are Henry Covington Sr. and the late Kathryn Covington of Centreville, and the late George and Emma Higdon of Queenstown.The bridegroom-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School. His parents are Diane and Michael Hartwick Sr. of Queen Anne. His grandparents are Claude and Dorothy Hartwick of Mayo, and the late Robert and Dolores Friday of Edgewater.

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Owen Robert Andrews was born Oct. 31 at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Easton. He weighed 7 pounds and was 20 inches long.His parents are Jennifer and Christopher Andrews of Preston, and he has one sibling, Landen Andrews, age 5.His grandparents are Andy and Dianne Garey of Preston, Donna and Spry Cheezum of Neavitt, and Michael Andrews of Wittman. His great-grandparents are Norma Phillips of Preston, Doug and Shelia Garey of Denton, Eileen Grau of St. Michaels, Wilson Andrews of Tilghman, and Milton Hershey of Florida.

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Heather Victoria Caulk of Easton and David Andrew Gannon of Cordova have announced their engagement. The wedding is planned for May 15, 2015, at Maria’s Love Point Bed and Breakfast in Stevensville.The bride-to-be is a 2004 graduated of Easton High School, and is employed by Salisbury Gift and Garden. Her parents are Chuck and Chris Caulk of Easton.The bridegroom-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Easton High School and a 2008 graduate of Shepherd University. He is employed by Gannons Refrigeration, and his parents are JL and Annette Gannon of Cordova.

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The Country School names fall sports award winners

The Country School recently announced its fall sports award winners. Selected were Ben Begley, Hannah Murphy, Lily Judd, Lilly Evans, Natasha Panduwawala, Claire Kearns, Will Urquhart, Eddie Quick, James Parkinson, Harper Melton, Henry Esterson and Kyle Luo.

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Friday 11/14/2014

EASTON — Aysha Dar, a 10th-grader at Easton High School, has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leader in Washington, D.C., Nov. 14 to 16. 

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