Snow Hill High Bulletin Board Contest Honors Hometown Hero

Snow Hill High Bulletin Board Contest Honors Hometown Hero
Posted on 04/15/2019
Authored by Brittany Hulme-Tignor

This spring, 44 Snow Hill High students participated in a contest to celebrate the life and achievements of Snow Hill native William Julius “Judy” Johnson. Their task was to research the life of Mr. Johnson and design a bulletin board to be displayed in the front hallway of Snow Hill High. This activity was designed to coincide with the Worcester County effort to place a memorial to this famous son of Worcester County on the grounds of the Snow Hill Library.

All of the entries were well-done, but the overall best design belonged to Orlando Dennis. 
Congratulations Orlando on your creative and informative display. As an added bonus, Orlando received 4 passes to the Delmarva Shorebirds Stadium, courtesy of the Shorebirds.

RELATED: Worcester County Historical Society to Honor Judy Johnson at celebration on April 27! 

Join us as we celebrate the legacy of Baseball Hall of Fame Judy Johnson at the Snow Hill Library, 307 N. Washington St. on Saturday, April 27 at 2 pm.  Dr. Kirkland Hall, Oaksville Eagles African American Baseball League member, will speak as well as other dignitaries. The Judy Johnson Memorial has been an effort of Worcester County Historical Society with the help of our community. Call WCHC President Charles Weaver at 443-614-2386 for information.