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T idewater Trader April 1, 2020 Page 24 WORD HUNT BATTERY ACID CABLE CHARGE SIZE ENERGY METAL POSITIVE NEGATIVE NICKEL CADNIUM CARBON VOLT WIRE ZINC LOAD COIL CURRENT CELL TIMER PLATE POWER POLE CONTACT WATT B N O B R A C P C H E R A B T R E W O P M V G T C A B L E L N E I B C I W T L E E O T T A A A M A T O K V A A E G T D E T E A C L G C N Z E N R T R D I E V T N Y E I V E Y T N C N I G L R U O G E T O E Z R T L Y M E R R I R T E L E E A Z T A L R A N O L R C I T A H U B E V I T I S O P L C Z I N C V D W Z I N P “Tidewater Trader has been a great publication to work with. We were able to communicate our advertising needs and get a full year of publishing dates with special events. We planned our ads to reach our market and received friendly reminders when they were due. I look forward to continuing our relationship as they make everything so easy.” Natalie Turner, Brittland Estates Located in Chestertown, Maryland 410-810-7591 www.brittlandestates.com 8 1 9 B H i g h S t r e e t , C h e s t e r t o w n , M D 2 1 6 2 0 • 4 1 0 - 7 0 8 - 8 3 17 w w w . d o g w o o d l a n e d a i r y . c o m • d o g w o o d l a n e 9 6 @ g m a i l . c o m T h e G u e r n s e y D e p o t O P E N D A I L Y 1 0 : 0 0 a m - 5 : 0 0 p m L O C A L F O O D S & P R O D U C T S Running W Farm Beef Langenfelder Pork Kilby Cream Eggs Woodcamp Farm Honey Oysters Dogwood Lane Dairy Butters & Cheeses Vegetables Produce & Much More! The Guernsey Depot New Items Arriving Daily THANK YOU for your support! New! Chesapeake Cheese POSTPONED - Every Tues 1pm-3pm - Mid-Day Matinee at Recovery In Motion, 300 Scheeler Rd., Chestertown; For more information, please call 410-778-5894. 1st Tues Monthly 7pm-8:30pm - NAMI Kent & Queen Anne’s Family Support Group in Centreville; For family mem- bers who have a loved one with mental illness; Call National Alliance on Men- tal Illness KQA, 443-480-0565; Contact namikentandqueenannes@gmail.com. 3rd Tues Monthly 7pm-8:30pm - NAMI Kent & Queen Anne’s Family Sup- port Group in Chestertown; For fam- ily members who have a loved one with mental illness; For more information, please call National Alliance on Men- tal Illness KQA, 443-480-0565; Contact namikentandqueenannes@gmail.com. POSTPONED - Every Wed 6:30pm - Char- acter Cognition at Recovery In Motion, 300 Scheeler Rd., Chestertown; 410-778-5894. Every Wed 5:30pm-7pm - Women’s Latina Support Group at Sudlersville Elementary School, 300 S. Church St., Sudlersville; Free; Led by Ivy Garcia; Call 410-822-1018 ext. 207 or text 443-786-4947. 3rd Wed Monthly 10am - Chester River Ad- vocates for the Blind at Heron Point, 501 E. Campus Ave., Chestertown; For the visu- ally impaired and those with sight; All are welcome; ejvano1@comcast.net. Thinking About Quitting Smoking? Unde- cided? Attend Tobacco Cessation Program at Kent Co. Health Dept., 125 S. Lynch- burg St., Chestertown; Call 410-778-2167; www.kenthd.org. 3rd Tues Monthly - La Leche League Breast Feeding Support Meeting; Moth- ers with babies, pregnant moms & sib- lings welcome; Call 410-490-1553; Visit www.lllofmd-de-dc.org. POSTPONED - Every Wed 4pm - Men’s group at Recovery In Motion, 300 Scheeler Rd., Chestertown; Call 410-778-5894. Every Wed 1pm - “Women’s Circle” Sup- port group for expecting mothers or moth- ers with children ages 3 & under at Kent Family Center, 115B S. Lynchburg St., Chestertown; For more information, please call 410-810-3790. Every Wed 6pm-8pm - Empowerment group for Dads at Kent Family Center, 115B S. Lynchburg St., Chestertown; Call 410-810-3790. Help Programs for Small Business in Maryland This link is for several new programs de- signed to help small businesses. Please visit this website for details: https://gov status.egov.com/md-coronavirus-business. Andifyouhaveanydirectquestions,ateamofCom- merce folks is still answering questions sent to this address: secretary.commerce@maryland.gov. Financial Assistance & Taxes: The Maryland Department of Commerce is offering three new business assistance programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: Maryland Small Business COVID-19 Emergency Relief Loan Fund – This $75 million loan fund of- fers no interest or principal payments due for the first 12 months, then converts to a 36-month term loan of principal and interest payments, with an interest rate at 2% per annum. Maryland Small Business COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant Fund – This $50 mil- lion grant program offers grant amounts up to $10,000, not to exceed 3 months of demonstrated cash operating expenses for the first quarter of 2020. Maryland COVID-19 Emergency Relief Manufacturing Fund - This $5 million in- centive program helps Maryland manufacturers to produce personal protective equipment (PPE) that is urgently needed by hospitals and health-care workers across the country. Maryland Department of Labor has launched the new COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund, which is designed to support businesses undergoing economic stresses due to the pandemic by preventing or minimizing the duration of unemployment resulting from layoffs. The award (up to $50,000 per applicant), will be a quickly deployable benefit and customizable to the specific needs of your business to minimize the need for layoffs. Can You or Your Business Help? Here are some email addresses to use if you have resources to provide or sell: Resource requests for supplies and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): request.mema@maryland.gov Businesses wanting to sell items: resource.mema@maryland.gov or dgs.mema @maryland.gov Volunteers wishing to serve or make donations: ngs.mema@maryland.gov or the site: https://governor.maryland.gov/marylandunites/ Check with Organizations for future scheduling of these postponed events

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