When Denise White’s kids were young, she took them to the Anne Arundel County Fair to make a scarecrow, only to discover that the scarecrow contest wasn’t offered that year.
When Beverly and Eric DePietropaolo retired two years ago, they weren’t interested in taking a break. One day, when Beverly was reading the newspaper, she came across an advertisement from Chesapeake Bay Foundation asking for volunteers to help with oysters.
Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center
Hockey has been a huge part of Sam Homick’s life for as long as he can remember. At just six years old, he was inspired to play by his older cousin and immediately became hooked on the sport.
When Joe DiGiovanni retired, he knew he wanted to do something meaningful.
This spring, What’s Up? Media continued its artistic and collaborative endeavor with the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County with our quarterly art exhibit, themed “Land & Sea,” on display in the Power Technology Center in Annapolis.
Meta Boyd’s passion for community work stems from an innate desire to teach others to care: to care about themselves, to care about their environment, and to care about the connection between those two things.
For someone who has become one of the faces of the Annapolis Striders running club, 81-year-old Neal Hinkle got off to an inauspicious start in 1977.
The 6-foot-3, 165-pound standout knows that his mission is to prepare for his freshman year of basketball coming this fall at the College of William & Mary in Virginia.