Photos 10/26/12

Photos 10/26/12

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Sara Hambury and her children, Opal, 1, and Hayden, 4, dress as punk rockers during the inaugural “Howl- O-Ween Pet Parade,” part of the O.C.toberfest free activities. Since they didn’t have a dog there to show off, the family walked in the parade as there was an award for best dressed Non-Four-Legged participant. (Left) Ten-year-old Kahle Reed, left, dresses her dog, Bunky, as Frankenstein, while 12- year-old Kayla Baumgartner’s pooch, Buster, wears a pumpkin costume last Saturday during parade. 
OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI Sara Hambury and her children, Opal, 1, and Hayden, 4, dress as punk rockers during the inaugural “Howl- O-Ween Pet Parade,” part of the O.C.toberfest free activities. Since they didn’t have a dog there to show off, the family walked in the parade as there was an award for best dressed Non-Four-Legged participant. (Left) Ten-year-old Kahle Reed, left, dresses her dog, Bunky, as Frankenstein, while 12- year-old Kayla Baumgartner’s pooch, Buster, wears a pumpkin costume last Saturday during parade.OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI


The group sporting storybook character costumes such as Captain Hook and Tinkerbell were the winners of best decorated car/participant during the second annual Vintage Ocean City License Plate Rally on the Boardwalk last Saturday, sponsored by the Ocean City Downtown Association and the town of Ocean City. 
OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI The group sporting storybook character costumes such as Captain Hook and Tinkerbell were the winners of best decorated car/participant during the second annual Vintage Ocean City License Plate Rally on the Boardwalk last Saturday, sponsored by the Ocean City Downtown Association and the town of Ocean City.OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI

The “Hey Hon” Team Elva May from Delmar, Md., participates in last Saturday’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in honor of their mother/grandmother. (Left) Providing information about the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 during the Making Strides event are Audrey Allen, CPS-3 Maryland event manager, left, and Ann Tyndall, ACS community manager. Enrollment for the CPS-3 will take place in Salisbury, Nov. 7-10. Individuals between the ages of 30 and 65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer and are willing to make a long-term commitment to the study are encouraged to sign up. For locations and times, visit www.cps3tricounty.org. 
OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI The “Hey Hon” Team Elva May from Delmar, Md., participates in last Saturday’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in honor of their mother/grandmother. (Left) Providing information about the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 during the Making Strides event are Audrey Allen, CPS-3 Maryland event manager, left, and Ann Tyndall, ACS community manager. Enrollment for the CPS-3 will take place in Salisbury, Nov. 7-10. Individuals between the ages of 30 and 65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer and are willing to make a long-term commitment to the study are encouraged to sign up. For locations and times, visit www.cps3tricounty.org.OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI


(Far left) The Berlin Seahawks Junior Pee Wee Cheerleaders, from left, Ashlynn Elliott, Amaya Dischinger, Sarah Stephan, Jocelyn Berzonski, Samantha Stephan and Hailey Ehatt cheer for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k runners and walkers last Saturday. (Left) Sporting pink wigs in the inlet parking lot before the event, from left are, Anne McBride, Beverly Arcos, Regina Ashcraft and Debi Burnett. About 280 runners and more than 1,000 walkers participated, helping to raise approximately $150,000 for the American Cancer Society. 
OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI (Far left) The Berlin Seahawks Junior Pee Wee Cheerleaders, from left, Ashlynn Elliott, Amaya Dischinger, Sarah Stephan, Jocelyn Berzonski, Samantha Stephan and Hailey Ehatt cheer for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k runners and walkers last Saturday. (Left) Sporting pink wigs in the inlet parking lot before the event, from left are, Anne McBride, Beverly Arcos, Regina Ashcraft and Debi Burnett. About 280 runners and more than 1,000 walkers participated, helping to raise approximately $150,000 for the American Cancer Society.OCEAN CITY TODAY/LISA CAPITELLI


The OC 104 crew, at right, was on hand for the second annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k run and walk on the Ocean City Boardwalk last Saturday. The OC 104 crew, at right, was on hand for the second annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k run and walk on the Ocean City Boardwalk last Saturday.

Sen. Jim Mathias, at left, gives his daughter, Lauren, a kiss while walking the Boardwalk last Saturday during the second annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. About 280 runners and more than 1,000 walkers participated, helping to raise approximately $150,000 for the American Cancer Society. (Far left) The “Moonwalkers” team representing the Eastern Shore Women’s Golf Association gather for a photo before the Oct. 20 event. Sen. Jim Mathias, at left, gives his daughter, Lauren, a kiss while walking the Boardwalk last Saturday during the second annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. About 280 runners and more than 1,000 walkers participated, helping to raise approximately $150,000 for the American Cancer Society. (Far left) The “Moonwalkers” team representing the Eastern Shore Women’s Golf Association gather for a photo before the Oct. 20 event.

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