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Who's Cookin’ With Carla?
2 Tbsp Butter
1 Onion, minced
1 Tsp Garlic, minced
2 Cups Broccoli, chopped
One 9-inch Unbaked Pie Crust
1-1/2 Cups Shredded Cheese (mozzarella, swiss, cheddar – your choice)
4 Eggs, well beaten
1-1/2 Cups Milk
Few Grinds of Pepper
1 Tbsp Butter, melted
Preheat oven to 350˚F.
Over medium heat, melt butter in a large saucepan. Add onions, garlic
and broccoli; cook slowly until veggies are soft but not mushy.
Spoon into crust and sprinkle with cheese. Combine eggs, milk and
pepper. Stir in melted butter. Pour egg mixture over veggies and cheese.
Bake for 30 minutes or until center has set. Serve with a nice green salad.
Quarters In! Paddles Up!
Quarter Auction to benefit
Soroptimist of Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties
Friday, October 19
, 2018
Chestertown Elks Lodge
Route 20 to 8631 Bell Rose Lane
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Auction Starts at 7:00pm
Tickets are $5.00
What is a Quarter Auction?
Upon arrival, you will receive a numbered paddle.
Auction items will be on display with a bid price of
1, 2, 3, or 4 quarters. As the items are presented, if you
want to bid, you place the bid amount in the bowl provided
and hold your paddle in the air. If the auctioneer picks
your paddle number from the bucket of numbered balls,
you WIN the item, walking away with an AMAZING
product for only .25¢, .50¢, .75¢ or $1.00!
*Rolls of quarters will be available at auction.
So, break out the piggy
bank, bring your rolls of
quarters or bags of loose
ones, or bring dollar bills
to exchange for quarters
at the auction!
by Nana
For more
information or to
purchase tickets contact
Deb 410-708-0704 or
Rita Kulley 410-639-7979
October 15th-21st
Your Weekly Horoscope By Sally Brompton
Visit Sally at
Give yourself permission to dream. Give yourself permission to be the person
you always wanted to be. Only you have the power to decide what your future is
going to look like and if you act decisively this year that future will look bright indeed.
ARIES (March 21 - April 20):
Cosmic activity in one of themore sensitive
areas of your chart means you may be
a bit more touchy than usual, especially
where your money and possessions are
concerned. Don’t get too excited. The
planets suggest there is little to worry
TAURUS (April 21 - May 21):
Everyone is singing your praises and
telling you how special you are – and, of
course, they are right. This week though
your objective must be to make someone
else feel special. Is a relative feeling
neglected? Remind them how much they
are loved.
GEMINI (May 22 - June 21):
Not everyone can be as mentally sharp
or as physically active as you, so make
allowances and try not to make too much
of a fuss if someone makes a mess of
what they are doing. Try to cultivate a
more laidback and forgiving attitude.
CANCER (June 22 - July 23):
You can be a bit too solemn at times
Cancer, but with increased cosmic activity
in the most dynamic area of your chart you
should be feeling on top of the world at the
moment – and if you are not then it is only
a matter of time.
LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23):
You may not agree with what a friend is
proposing to do but as they have made up
their mind about it all you can do is give
them your support and hope that it works.
Maybe on this occasion it’s you who is
being too pessimistic.
VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23):
You don’t have to make life hard for
yourself. You can take the easy way for
a change. This is one of those occasions
when, if you sit back and let things happen,
life will be perfect in every possible way –
and maybe a few impossible ways too!
LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23):
Others can quite easily be persuaded to
do what you ask of them this week, but
you must make it clear what they stand to
gain from helping you out. Be generous in
what you offer – the planets indicate there
is plenty of good stuff to go around.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22):
Good things will come at you from all
directions over the next few days and no
doubt you will wonder why you have been
singled out for so much attention. Don’t
wonder so much though that you neglect
to enjoy your good fortune!
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21):
What happens this week may be unsettling
but you must not let it get to you to the
extent that you freeze and cannot take
action. No matter how bad the situation
may be you can find ways to make it
better, but you’ve got to stay calm.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20):
Friendships are under excellent stars
and if you are bored with where you are
and what you are doing you should get
together with a group of like-minded
people and do something different. Life is
what you – and your friends – choose to
make of it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19):
You will find it remarkably easy to get your
way with employers and other important
people this week. Cosmic activity in the
career area of your chart means you will
know how and when to pull their strings,
both for fun and for profit.
PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20):
Even if you are the sort of Pisces who is
closely attached to your family and home
base you will want to be on the move this
week. If you can’t escape physically at
such short notice you can, and should,
lose yourself in a good book or show.
Sat, Oct. 20th 7:30pm - Concert with
Klasinc & Lonaar Guitar Duo and Sil-
viu Ciulei at Gibson Center for the Arts,
Washington College, Chestertown; Call
Sat, Oct. 20th 8am-2pm - Estate Trea-
sures Warehouse Sale at 106 Log Canoe
Circle, Chesapeake Business Park, Ste-
vensville; Deeply discounted items; Ben-
efits Compass Regional Hospice; Call
Sat, Oct. 20th 9am-Noon - Gourd-geous
Saints Children’s Event in Fountain Park,
Chestertown; Stories, crafts, games, sea-
sonal give-a-ways; Rain date Oct. 27;
Presented by Daughters of the King Chap-
ter of Shrewsbury Parish Church; Call
Sat, Oct. 20th 12pm-3pm - Soup & Sip
crab soup competition and wine tast-
ing at The Kitchen at the Imperial, 208
High St., Chestertown; Presented by
Chestertown Rotary Club; Benefits
Kent County Public School projects;
Sat, Oct. 20th 4pm-7pm - All You Can Eat
Roast Beef Dinner at Crumpton Vol. Fire
Dept., 300 Third St., Crumpton; $13/adult,
$6/ages 6-12, ages 5 and under free; Call
Sat, Oct. 20th 8pm - Chinese Auction at
Galena Vol. Fire Co., 90 E. Cross St., Gale-
na; Doors open 6pm; Free admission; Gift
baskets, sports items, gift cards and more;
Volunteers needed; Call 410-648-5050 or
Sun, Oct. 21st 6pm - Tanya Anisimova on
cello and Matt Palmer on guitar at Gibson
Center for the Arts, Washington College,
Chestertown; Tickets $20/adult, $15/stu-
dent; Call 410-778-7839.
Sun, Oct. 21st 3pm - Annual WalkWithMe &
5K Fun Run Delmarva at Baywood Greens,
32267 Clubhouse Way, Long Neck, DE;
Easterseals families and supporters come
together to support; Walk/run, fun games,
activities, food and entertainment; Regis-
ter at
302-253-1100 ext. 1121;
Sun, Oct. 21st 7:30am-11am - All You Can
Eat Country Breakfast at Goodwill Vol. Fire
Co., 212 Broadway, Centreville; $10/adult,
$5/ages 6-12, ages 5 and under free; Call
Sun, Oct. 21st 3pm - Annual Easterseals
Delaware and Maryland ‘s Eastern Shore
“Walk With Me Delmarva” at Baywood
Greens, 32267 Clubhouse Way, Long
Neck, DE; Register at
org/delmarva; Call 302-253-1100 ext. 1121
or email
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