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T idewater Trader May 20, 2020 Page 10 SELF STORAGE PROTECT YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS PERSONAL VALUABLES BUSINESS RECORDS 410-778-6614 www.astoragedepot.com 1004 Washington Avenue Chestertown, MD 21620 6608 Church Hill Road Chestertown, MD 21620 NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED • Boxes & Packaging Materials • Climate Controlled Storage Available Open 7 Days Per Week Month-to-Month Leases The Maryland Primary Election has been postponed and will be held BY MAIL. All eligible active voters will re- ceive a ballot in the mail in early-to-mid May. A postage-paid return envelope is included. Voted ballots must be postmarked on or before June 2 nd . The non-partisan group “Your Vote, Your Voice”, formed in Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties in 2017, encourages local citizens to be engaged. The non-partisan group is a coalition of members of local civic groups. It is possible to register to vote in Maryland elections online. Visit www.elections.maryland.gov an d click “Reg- ister to Vote” to learn more. You may also call the election office listed below to receive an application by mail. The deadline to register to vote in the Maryland June 2 nd Primary Election is Wednesday, May 27 th . Registration will re-open after June 2 nd for those needing to register for the general election, to be held on Tuesday, November 3 rd . If you aren’t sure if you are registered, or at what address, check your voter registration status by visiting www.elections.maryland.gov an d click- ing “Look up your Voter Info.” If you do not have internet access, call toll free 1-800-222-8683. Voters who prefer to drop off their ballots can do so May 21 st through June 2 nd at the Queen Anne’s Office Building, 110 Vincit Street, Centreville (Phone: 410-758-0832) or at the Kent County Board of Elections, 135 Dixon Drive, Ches- tertown (Phone: 410-778-0038). If you are unable to vote by mail, you may vote in-person on election day, June 2 nd from 7am to 8pm: Kent County Residents at the Kent County Public Library, 408 High Street, Chestertown and for Queen Anne’s County Residents at Kent Island Fire Department, 1610 Main Street, Chester. For those interested in volunteering for 2020 activities, email firstname.lastname@example.org. yourvoteyourvoicemd.org Your Vote, Your Voice Local Dirt © Pay close attention to the height of plants, colors and blooming period when planting a flower bed. Some plants may repeat bloom time, some may be long bloomers and some may be short and sweet bloomers. Like Us on Facebook May Madness! 5% Discount on ALL Display Ads for the month of May 2020. (discount not applicable for color fee) Call George today 410-778-1262 ext. 2002 or email email@example.com Yard Signs Thanking the Front Line Also Benefit COVID-19 Fund Yard signs expressing thanks to local Frontline workers in the COVID-19 crisis are available through an initiative created by the Downtown Chestertown Association and Main Street Historic Chestertown to benefit the Chester River Health Foundation. The sign’s message is, “THANK YOU FRONT LINE: Hospital Staff, First Responders, Essential Workers. You’re Awesome!” The graphic design, which features a silhouette of Kent County, was donated by Locust Grove Studios in Kennedyville. The DCA is covering the costs of the signs, with production service provided by Riverside Unique in downtown Chestertown. Those who want to display signs in front of their homes or businesses are asked to make a donation of $20 or more per sign. Signs will be delivered to any residence or business in Kent County for a $2 fee, or can be picked up Saturdays between 9:00am and noon outside Chestertown’s Town Hall located at 118 North Cross Street. To order online, go to mainstreetchestertown.org and then navigate to the “Buy Now, Enjoy Later” page already set up for the purchase of gift certificates from local shops and restaurants. To order by mail and pay by check, email firstname.lastname@example.org fo r an order form. Proceeds will go to Chester River Health Foundation’s COVID-19 Fund to help cover expenses such as protective gear and support services for medical staff and employees at the hospital in Chestertown. “Thank You” yard signs are avail- able through Downtown Chester- town Association and Main Street Chestertown; proceeds ben- efit Chester River Health Founda- tion’s COVID-19 Fund. 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