Jayna Griffith

Jayna Griffith


Jayna Griffith was inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College on Oct. 19.

Griffith is majoring in Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer, and is the daughter of Robert D. Griffith of United States Navy-Seal Team.

Training complete

Chase A. Fletcher commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army after successfully completing the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program and graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia.

Fletcher will attend an officer basic course relating to his particular military occupational specialty, or job. He will then complete advanced training by attending basic officer leadership courses for career progression purposes.

Fletcher is the son of Suzanne Fletcher of Cross Junction, Virginia. He is the grandson of Shirley Rohrer of Ocean City, Maryland, and John Fletcher of Ashburn, Virginia. He is the step-father of Kayla Shaw of Clear Brook, Virginia.

Fletcher is a 2016 graduate of Clarke County High School, Berryville, Virginia.


Eastern Shore Type 1 Diabetes Support Foundation is hosting a fundraiser ticket drop auction online at est1dsf.ourraffle.org.

There are 46 baskets and gift certificate packages available. Visit the group’s Facebook page to view the silent auction items. Winners will be announced on Dec. 19.

The foundation’s mission is to provide support for individuals living with Type 1 Diabetes and those that may be caring for someone with the disease by raising funds to send children to camp, currently.

The foundation is working to set up a scholarship program for a graduating Type 1 diabetic senior and to create a non-medical support network on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Southern Sussex County Delaware.

For more information, reach out on Facebook, email Katie@fraoc.com or call 410-251-4793.

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