EASTON — The faculty, staff and students of Saints Peter & Paul High School came together for a prayer service to honor the work of Talbot Hospice Foundation and to remember deceased loved ones.
EASTON — The Queen Anne’s Chorale Select Ensemble, directed by Bob Huntington, will anchor the Navy League Holiday Program on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Talbot Country Club. There will be Coast Guard awards and featured guests.
EASTON — The Knights of Columbus, in cooperation with Mid Shore Behavioral Health, hosted dinner on Nov. 25 for those less fortunate in the Talbot County area.
EASTON — As they have for many years, students from Saints Peter & Paul Elementary School provided a large quantity of food for needy families in Talbot County for Thanksgiving.
SALISBURY — Twenty-two jail and correctional officers from Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset, Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties recently graduated in the 106th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy (ESCJA) operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury.
EASTON — Peachblossom Learning Community, a secular homeschooling community in Easton that serves students 5 years and older, recently hosted retired engineer Richard J. Kerslake of Easton and his wife Peg Kerslake.
EASTON — At the beginning of November, church leaders handed out heavy-duty shopping bags to the congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Easton. On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, members returned the bags full of all the ingredients needed to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
EASTON — For the second year, Talbot County Department of Social Services recently hosted a “Thanks for Giving” event to honor foster and adoptive (resource) parents and their families during National Adoption Month.
RIDGLEY — Paul and Holly Fine of Easton recently donated a wheelchair accessible van and a motorized wheelchair to Benedictine to help meet the transportation needs of the children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities served by the organization. The multi-passenger van wil…
ST. MICHAELS — Sixty bright, shiny vehicles ushered in the pre-Thanksgiving weekend activities on Saturday, Nov. 23, as everything stopped and the sidewalks were full to watch the sixth Thanksgiving Parade of Classic Cars & Trucks cruise up Talbot Street in town.