Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services (WYFCS) announces the addition of Kelly Beeseck, LGSW, to the clinical team. She will join nine other clinicians at WYFCS providing mental health counseling services to the community.
Beeseck comes to WYFCS after earning her Master’s degree in Social Work from Salisbury University. She has experience working in the residential, inpatient and outpatient clinic setting on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Her previous social work experience includes employment at Go-Getters, the Lower Shore Clinic and Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Beeseck’s experience includes treatment for depression, bipolar, schizoaffective, anxiety disorders and schizophrenia.
Her position is funded by The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation while she is completing clinical supervision requirements for independent licensure. Attainment of independent licensure will enable the agency to bill health insurance providers for clinical services and funding from the Foundation will no longer be necessary.
For more information or if mental health services are needed, call 410-641-4598 or visit www.gowoyo.org.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Delmarva Boil Company, located at 14308 Coastal Highway Unit 5, in Ocean City, will take place beginning at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 29.
The ribbon cutting will be at 4:30 p.m. To show their appreciation to the town and its residents for welcoming the business into the community, the owners will offer free samples of food and refreshments.
For more information, call 443-664-8356.
The Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce welcomes The Hungry Donut to the community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sunday, July 1 from noon to 1 p.m. with the ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:30 p.m.
The Hungry Donut is located at 11021 Nicholas Lane, Unit 3, in Ocean Pines.
All Worcester County business people (employers and employees) are invited to attend and take part in the ribbon cutting.
For more information, contact the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce at 410-641-5306.
Out of the top 25 Maryland Culinary Experiences released by the Maryland Office of Tourism, three local restaurants made the cut.
Drummer’s Café in Berlin and Ocean City establishments, 45th Street Taphouse and Liquid Assets on 94th Street, were recognized.
For the full list, visit www.visitmaryland.org/list/25-maryland-culinary-experiences.