Showing posts with label Winter quarters Municipal golf course. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Winter quarters Municipal golf course. Show all posts

Friday, February 15, 2013

Pocomoke Spring Open Golf Tournament

Big fun on a little course!

Join us to support Pocomoke Chamber of Commerce in promoting local businesses.

Entry fee $50 per individual, $200 team.
Cart and lunch included. 
1st Prize- "A Day at The Bay Club" Four rounds of golf, including carts and lunch at The Bay Club in Berlin!
2nd prize-  Four rounds of golf, including carts, at Rum Pointe Seaside Links in Berlin.
3rd Prize - Four rounds of golf at The Peninsula Golf & Country Club in Longneck.

Silent auction with restaurant certificates, rounds of golf from Bear Trap Dunes, Nutters Crossing & Great Hope and other great items. Also door prizes & a 50/50 drawing.

Come out and show your support!

To get involved contact Jennifer at
or 410-957-1919.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

The New Pocomoke City Mini Park

This eyesore of a corner lot in downtown Pocomoke City has had a true makeover!  Angela Manos, Downtown Coordinator for Pocomoke City has done an amazing job with sprucing up downtown Pocomoke in the short time she has been there. 

In fact, I'd say, Pocomoke City has had a makeover!

Great job, Angela and everyone involved.

Written by
Angela Manos
Pocomoke City Downtown Coordinator

Are you watching our NEW MINI-PARK -- at Second & Market -- start to take shape?

Many thanks go to our WINTER QUARTERS MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE Superintendent, Douglas Guns AND to Pocomoke High School Media Relations Specialist, Patricia Tomasovic & PHS freshman STUDENTS, (left to right) Brandi Lemaster and Carolinda Fear.

Brandi and Carolinda worked with Ms.Tomasovic to plant our seasonal flower beds  as part of PHS' After-School Academy; also completing their Service Learning Requirements.

Brandi Lemaster (left) Carolinda Fear (right)
kb Photo

The students’ work is just one downtown beautification project that PHS administration, faculty and students have been involved with. Youth involvement with our downtown revitalization effort has been championed by PHS' newly appointed Principal, Annette Wallace.

MANY THANKS to all!!!

— with Douglas Guns, Brandi Lemaster, Annette Wallace, Patricia Tomasovic and Carolinda Fear at Pocomoke City, Maryland.

~You can find City of Pocomoke and kb photo on facebook ~