T idewater Trader February 12, 2020 Page B16 Pancake Supper Tuesday, February 25 th 4:30pm to 7:00pm Betterton Fire Hall $8.00 per person $6.00 4-12 years old Under 4 Years Free $8.00 All Carry-Outs Benefits Betterton Volunteer Fire Co. Pancakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Creamed Chipped Beef, Home Fries, Scrapple, Juice and Coffee 2 Howell Point Road, Betterton, MD 21610 410-348-5678 u-save auto rental Style & Comfort ◆ Locally Owned and Operated ◆ Convenient Location ◆ Free Local Pick Up ◆ Great Value ◆ Best Vehicles 807 Washington Ave. Chestertown, MD 410-778-3036 nationwide reservations 800-272-8728 www.usave.com Established 1982 Cutting EdgeArborist LAWN and TREE, Inc. Call 410-778-6302 Licensed & Insured: MHIC #39669 MD Tree Expert #00223 Pesticide Certified #24809 • Design • Planting • Trimming • Insect Management • Lawns • Maintenance • Hardscaping • Patios • Sidewalks Also Offers Complete Landscape Services email@example.com • Retaining Walls • Mulch • And More yourvoteyourvoicemd.org Your Vote, Your Voice The non-partisan group “Your Vote, Your Voice”, formed in Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties in 2017, is now planning its 2019-2020 activities to register, educate, and encourage local citizens to be engaged. The non-partisan group is a coalition of members of local civic groups. “Your vote is literally your voice in the forward prog- ress of our community, our state, and our country,” according to Muriel Cole, Steering Committee mem- ber. She notes that in Kent County one out of five citizens is not registered to vote. The group hopes to increase participation among young people, the disenfranchised, and those who are not now involved in the political process. Voter registration is open now for Maryland citizens 18 and over, with pre-registration open to those over 16. Students attending college in Maryland who use their college address and former convicts, even if on probation, are eligible to vote. Any voter may vote by absentee ballot. On-line registration is available at elections.state.md.us if you have a valid Maryland driver’s license or identification, or download an English or Spanish registration application and complete and return it. Citizens may also call 410-778-0038 to request a form. For those interested in volunteering for 2019-2020 activities, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tues, Feb. 18th 5pm-7pm - African American Read-In at Sumner Hall, 206 S. Queen St., Chestertown; For more infor- mation and complete details, please call 410-778-3636 or please visit the webpage www.sumnerhall.org. Tues, Feb. 18th, 12pm - John Gillespie Learn at Lunch in Hodson Hall, Wash- ington College, 300 Washington Avenue, Chestertown; Buffet lunch will be followed by a talk and performance; Talk will be about aural tradition in Ireland, as well as how Irish dance & music is important in the development of Irish culture; $20/WC-ALL members, $25/non-members; Please send checks to WC-ALL, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown, MD 21620; Please include name, phone & email on your check; Dead- line to sign up will be Feb. 13th; Phone or electronic reservations are not accepted. Wed, Feb. 19th7pm- “Grace Is aPreexisting Condition: Faith, Systems & Mental Health- care” Talk in Hynson Lounge, Wash. Col- lege, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown; Free, led by WC grad David Finnegan- Hosey; Sponsored by Goldstein Program’s Young Alumni Series; 410-778-7839. Thurs, Feb. 20th 6:30pm-8pm - Magical Mosaic Pendants at RiverArts Arts Alive Education Center, 200 High St. Chester- town; To register call 410-778-6300; Visit www.chestertownriverarts.org. Thurs, Feb. 20th 5:30pm - Lincoln Day Din- ner at Chester River Yacht & Country Club, 7738 Quaker Neck Rd., Chestertown; Fea- turingGuest Speaker Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., former Governor of Maryland; $65/pp; 410-253-7393; www.kentcountyrcc.com; email@example.com. Thurs, Feb. 20th 4:30pm - Guy F. Goodfel- low Memorial Lecture in Litrenta Lecture Hall, Washington College, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown; Free; Cornelia Dayton discusses the ways that American settlers dealt with mental illness; For info, please visit www.washcoll.edu. Fri & Sat, Feb. 21st & 22nd 8pm - Marti Gould Cummings’ Broadway Drag Review at Church Hill Theatre, 103 Walnut St., Church Hill; Advance ticket $50/ea.; After Party in the Theatre 10:30pm-11:45pm; Drag attire welcome; Call 410-556-6003. Sat, Feb. 22nd 11:30am-3pm - 7th Annual Chester Gras Celebration event on Spring Ave., downtown Chestertown by Peoples Bank; Parade, food, activities, silent auc- tion, music & more; Benefits Kent County Food Pantry & local Backpack Program; Sponsored by People Bank; 410-778-3500; www.chestergras.org. Sat, Feb. 22nd 8pm - The Great Guitars with Gene Bertoncini, Steve Abshire, & Steve Herberman at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $25/online, $30/door; 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org.