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T idewater Trader February 12, 2020 Page B18 8 Tidewater Trader, Inc. will be closed on Monday, February 17 th in observance of Presidents’ Day. Early deadlines for the February 19 th issue are as follows: Classified and Display Ads: 12noon on Wednesday, February 12 th . Holiday Closing Level: 1 2 3 4 © 2020 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Media Services. All rights reserved. 2/12/20 Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contain every digit, 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku, visit www. sudoku. org.uk SOLUTION TO LAST WEEK’S PUZZLE Sudoku on your cell phone. Enter 783658.com in your mobile Web browser. Get a free game! Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Û Thank You So Much! To all the friends who helped make the Muskrat Cook-Off Contest such a fun event! We are truly blessed. And theWinners Are: John Hall..............................................................1st Place Sally Powell......................................................... 2nd Place Daryl Smith, Ben Hicks & Chuck Woodfield...3rd Place Next Muskrat Cookoff February 6, 2021…Get them rats ready! MAGGIE’S Coleman’s Tavern Inc. On or Off Sale - Beer • Wine • Liquor Open 6 Days AWeek (Closed Sun.) • Family Owned & Operated Since 1932 Proudly ServingWhat YOU Deserve for 88 Years! 21438 Sharp St. • Rock Hall, MD 410-639-7900 Mark Your Calendar for KARAOKE on Friday, February 21 st Muskrat Cook-off Contest! at Get them ’rats ready! 5 th Annual Muskrat Cook-Off Was a Huge Success! On Saturday, February 1 st , Carolyn Jones, family and staff held their 5 th Annual Muskrat Cook-Off and celebrated 88 years of continuous family business at their establishment Coleman’s Tavern in Rock Hall, Maryland. A popular and competitive event in Rock Hall, Muskrat Cook-Off participants prepared dishes for guests to taste and vote the best of three places. Dishes included muskrat meat balls, pizza, egg rolls, shepherd’s pie, zucchini bread, stuffed jalapeños, and chowder. First place went to John Hall for musk- rat shepherd’s pie, second place went to Sally Campbell Powell for muskrat cheese steak egg rolls, and third place went to the team of Chuckie Woodfield, Daryl Smith and Ben Hicks for muskrat pizza. Music was provided by the Everafter, with Carolyn’s granddaughter Chelsea as lead vocalist. An Eastern Shore hand-crafted sterling silver muskrat pendant and necklace from Thomas Fine Jewelers in Dorchester County was raffled for the benefit of Rock Hall Heritage projects. The winner was Matt Anthony. The total raised from the raffle was $917. In attendance for the event and celebration were Eastern Shore Outreach Co- ordinator from the Governor’s Office Ryan Snow, Maryland State Delegate Jay Jacobs, Kent County Commissioners Bob Jacob and Ronnie Fithian, and Rock Hall Mayor Dawn Jacobs. Plans for the 2021 event are already underway, do not miss the big event. Carolyn remarked on her Facebook page on Sunday morning, “I have no words to express how I feel about yesterday’s Muskrat Cook-Off. It was a good weather day, good cooking, and with SOmuch help from friends it went off without a hitch. A great deal of work goes toward making the day a success. To all who came I hope a good time, the music and food were enjoyed by the new and old custom- ers. Thank you again, see you next year and love to all my “Rock Hall Family”. The 5 th Annual Muskrat Cook-Off was held at Coleman’s Tavern in Rock Hall on Saturday, February 1 st . www.tidewatertrader.com Sun, Feb. 23rd 8am-11am - All You Can Eat Breakfast at Ruthsburg Community Center, 105 Damsontown Rd, Queen Anne; $10/adult, $5/over age 80 & under age 10; Call 410-200-6255. Sun, Feb. 23rd 8am - Guided Birding Tour at Blackwater NWR Visitor Center, 2145 Key Wallace Dr., Cambridge; Highlights mi- gratory species & returning spring nesters; Free, 2-3 hour walk led by Harry Armistead; Binoculars & field guides recommended; Call 410-228-2677 or visit the webpage www.fws.gov/refuge/blackwater. Tues, Feb. 25th - Improv Group at Gar- field Center, 210 High St., Chestertown; Through Feb. 23rd The Farnsworth Inven- tion; Feb. 26th Open Mic Night; Every Mon. Chester River Youth Choir Practice; Call 410-810-2060; www.garfieldcenter.org. Tues, Feb. 25th 4:30pm - Writers as Editors Series presents Aimee Nezhukumatathil at Rose O’Neill Literary House, Washington College, Washington Ave., Chestertown; For more information & complete details, please call 410-810-5768 or visit the web- page www.washcoll.edu. Tues, Feb. 25th 5:30pm-7:30pm - Explore Art for ages 8-14 at RiverArts Arts Alive Ed- ucation Center, 200 High St. Chestertown; Runs Tuesdays through March 17th; To register, call 410-778-6300; For more infor- mation & complete details, please visit the webpage www.chestertownriverarts.org. Tues, Feb. 25th 4:30pm-7pm - Pancake Supper at Betterton Fire Hall, 2 Howell Point Rd., Betterton; $8/pp, $6/ages 4-12, Free/under age 4; All carryouts $8; Benefits BVFC; Call 410-348-5678. Wed, Feb. 26th 3:30pm-6:30pm- Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore Open- ing Reception at Roland E. Powell Con- vention Center, 4001 Coastal Hwy., Ocean City; 5pm Kick-off Presentation; Open to the community, educators, donors & volun- teers; Presented by Pohanka of Salisbury; www.juniorachievement.org. Thurs-Sat, Feb. 27th-29th - The Who’s Tommy musical at Hotchkiss Recital Hall, Washington College, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown; For info, call 410-778-7839 or visit www.washcoll.edu. Fri, Feb. 28th - Deadline to submit designs for the Chestertown Tea Party Festival T- Shirt Design Contest; Rules, entry form & details at www.chestertownteaparty.org; greenbien@hotmail.com. Sat, Feb. 29th 7am-10am - All You Can Eat Breakfast at Chester Lodge #115 A.F. & A.M., 124 Speer Rd., Chestertown; $9/ adult, $4/child; Call 410-708-6281. Sat, Feb. 29th 9am-10:30am - Stories & Songs for ages 5 and under at Kent School, 6788Wilkins Lane, Chestertown; Free; Pub- lic welcome; Parents must stay & partici- pate; 410-778-4100; www.kentschool.org. Sat, Feb. 29th 1pm-5pm - 3rd Annual Easton Choral Arts Society High School Choral Competition at Easton High School, 723 Mecklenburg Ave., Easton; Nine ensembles compete; Ticket $10/ea. at www.eastonchoralarts.org o r at the door; ecaschoralcompadm@gmail.com. Sat, Feb. 29th 9am-12pm - Registration for Kent County Youth Baseball at Kent County Community Center, 11041 Wor- ton Rd., Worton; All required forms at www.kentcountyouthbaseball.com; R eg- istration deadline March 1st; Tee ball & coach pitch divisions; Little league baseball divisions; 410-708-4332 or 410-708-0757.

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