Maryellen Rosenblit

Maryellen Rosenblit

(Feb. 14, 2020) The Art League of Ocean City announces its new board of directors for 2020 and welcomes new member, Maryellen Rosenblit.

John Sisson continues as board president, Marian Bickerstaff as past president, Barbara Patrick as first vice president, and Laura Jenkins as second vice president.

Rafael Correa continues as treasurer, Emily Schwab as recording secretary, and Judy Tremellen as corresponding secretary.

Also returning to the board are members Jamie Albright, Katy Durham, Nancy Fortney, Sandy Gillis, Joseph Mitrecic, Jan Perdue, Ryan Wilde and Gayle Widdowson.

Joining the group is Rosenblit, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Delaware and Maryland. A transplant from Washington, D.C., she grew up vacationing in Ocean City, and after graduating from Indiana University with a business degree in marketing, made Ocean City her home.

Rosenblit is actively involved with local schools, the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, and Coastal Association of Realtors, as well as the Art League.

“For the past three years, I have had the pleasure of selecting the 10 homes featured each year on the Art League’s Sand Castle Home Tour,” Rosenblit said. “This community-wide event in the fall is always well attended and enjoyed. I look forward to taking on new responsibilities as an Art League board member.”

The Art League of Ocean City is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting artistic expression and appreciation for the creative arts in the community.

More information is available at 410-524-9433 or

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