Tidewater Trader

T idewater Trader February 12, 2020 Page B11 505Washington Avenue Chestertown,MD 21620 (Behind Barber Shop) Parking in the Rear 410-778-0898 | Open Tues-Sat | Walk-In’s Welcome Help us say farewell to our long-time stylist Lynn. Now Hiring a Stylist. Must have your own book. Judy • Karen • Darlene • Margaret Ann Nail Tips . Overlays . Perms . Color .Waxing Pedicures .Manicures . Complete Hair Care a full service salon A Shear Design 511 Washington Ave, Chestertown • www.jjsdelliandliquors.com Sign up for our loyalty program and receive discounts. Fresh Food • Salads • Subs Sandwiches • Paninis • Wraps Soups • Homemade Desserts Wine of theWeek! Every Friday Select Wines will be 15% Off 10% Off Every Thursday for Washington College Students Excludes beer and tobacco. JJ's Deli & Liquors Beer • Wine • Spirits 443-282-0091 Liquor Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 8-9 • Sun 9-6 Full Service Deli Hot/Cold Foods 443-282-0183 Deli Hours: Monday-Saturday 8-6 • Closed Sunday Cold Beer & Great Food GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FLAG FACTS The United States Flag, adopted on June 14, 1777, is the fourth oldest national flag in theworld. Denmark’s flag, adopted in 1219, is the oldest. • A flag expert is called a “vexillologist.” • The blue field on the U.S. Flag is called the “union.” • On Memorial Day (the last Monday in May), to honor all who died in battle, the flag should be displayed at half-staff until noon only, then raised to the top of the staff for the remainder of the day. • Since 1834, the U.S. Flag has flown continuously next to the grave of the Revolutionary War hero, the Marquis de Lafayette, near Paris, France. • June 14 was proclaimed Flag Day by President WoodrowWilson in 1916. While Flag Day was a popular celebration in scores of communities for many years after Wilson’s proclamation, it didn’t receive its official Congressional designation until 1949. The United States Flag should always be treated with the utmost care and respect. Remember, the flag represents a living country, and as such, is considered a living thing. • Always display the flag with the blue union field up – never display the flag upside down, except as a distress signal. • Always hold the flag carefully – never let it touch anything beneath it: the ground, the floor, water or merchandise. • Always keep the flag aloft and free – never carry it flat or horizontally. • Always keep the flag clean and safe – never let it become torn, soiled or damaged. • Always dispose of a flag properly, preferably through veterans’ organizations. • Always treat the flag with respect. Never use it for advertising purposes. Never embroider it on household items or pieces of clothing. Never use it as part of a costume or athletic uniform. However, it is proper to attach a flag patch to the uniform of military personnel, fire fighters, police officers and members of other patriotic organizations – provided the patch is properly affixed. People Helping People 410-778-7040 For more information please call Saturday, February 22 nd • 9am–12pm No charge for Adults with Medicare and/or Medicaid at the Kent County Health Department 125 South Lynchburg Street • Chestertown, MD 21620 Free Flu Shots Mass Immunization Clinic Children Age 18 & Under Wed, Feb. 12th - Nature Photography for Beginners at Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Rd., Ridgely; Feb. 14th Open Bo- tanical Art Studio; Feb. 15th Soup ‘n Walk; Through March 27th Discovering the Na- tive Landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore Juried Art Show; Call 410-634-2847. Wed, Feb. 12th 1:30pm-3:30pm - Friends & Family CPR Course in the conference cen- ter at UM Medical Center, 100 Brown St., Chestertown; Free; Does not require certi- fication; RSVP required, call 410-778-3300 ext. 2222; sherrie.hill@umm.edu; V isit www.umshoreregional.org/cardiac_rehab. Thurs, Feb. 13th - Speaker Series at Ches- apeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Tal- bot St., St. Michaels; Feb. 15th Chesapeake Rivers; Feb. 15th & 16th Delaware Restora- tion; 410-745-4941; www.cbmm.org. Thurs, Feb. 13th 6pm-8pm - Adorable Win- ter Animals Needle Felting at RiverArts Arts Alive Education Center, 200 High St. Ches- tertown; To register call 410-778-6300; www.chestertownriverarts.org. Thurs-Sat, Feb. 13th-15th - Fill-A-Bag Sale at Nearly New Shop, 320 High St. (corner of High & Spring Streets) Chestertown; Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 9am-1pm; Ben- efits UM Shore Medical Center at Ches- tertown; Now accepting spring donations; Call 410-778-1781. Fri, Feb. 14th 6am-1pm - Sub Sale at Sudlersville Vol. Fire Co., 203 N. Church St.; $7/6 in. sub with chips & drink (cold cut, ham or turkey with choice of fixings); $7/”Chief” salad; For more information, please call 410-739-4186, 410-739-8857, or visit www.svfc6.com. Fri-Sun, Feb. 14th-16th - Chesapeake Fire & Ice Festival in downtown Easton; Out- door ice skating rink, ice sculptures, live carvings, fire performers, family fun center stews ‘n brews event, music & more; Call 410-822-1300; www.fireandicefest.com. Fri, Feb. 14th 7pm-10pm - Youth Dance at Sudlersville Vol. Fire Co., 203 N. Church St.; $5/pp; Grades 3-8; Call 443-480-6799; www.svfc6.com. Fri, Feb. 14th 1pm-3pm - Heart Attack & Disease Risk Factors Discussion in the UM Medical Center conference center, 100 Brown St., Chestertown; Free; RSVP required; To RSVP, call 410-778-3300 ext. 2222; Contact sherrie.hill@umm.edu; V isit www.umshoreregional.org/cardiac_rehab. Sat, Feb. 15th 9pm-1am - Adult Dance Featuring DJ Todd Lord at Sudlersville Vol. Fire Co., 203 N. Church St., Sudlersville; Doors open 8pm; $10/pp, Ages 18 and older to enter, 21 to drink alcohol; BYOB; Call 410-438-3155. Sat, Feb. 15th 6:30pm - Sweetheart Spa- ghetti Dinner at Chester Lodge #115 A.F. & A.M., 124 Speer Rd., Chestertown; $12/ adult, $8/ages 12 and under; Public wel- come; Call 410-708-6281. continued on page B14