T idewater Trader June 24, 2020 Page 22 Talbot County Fair VISIT WEBSITE FOR UPDATES July 9-11 Talbot Agricultural Center 10659 Hiners Lane, Easton, MD 21601 410-822-8007 www.talbotcountyfair.org • i email@example.com Kent County 4-H Fair VIRTUAL FOR 2020 July 16-18 Kent Ag Center, Route 21 21349 Tolchester Beach Road, Chestertown, MD 21620 410-778-1661 www.kentcountyfair.org • e firstname.lastname@example.org Delaware State Fair VISIT WEBSITE FOR UPDATES July 23-August 1 18500 South DuPont Highway, Harrington, DE 19952 302-398-3269 www.delawarestatefair.com • email@example.com Cancelled: Cecil County Fair July 24-August 2 Fair Hill Fairgrounds 4640 Telegraph Road, Elkton, MD 21921 410-392-3440 www.cecilcountyfair.org • g firstname.lastname@example.org Caroline-Dorchester County Fair VISIT WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK FOR UPDATES August 5-8 Caroline County 4-H Park, 8230 Detour Road, Denton, MD 21629 410-479-4030 www.caroline-dorchestercountyfair.org • w email@example.com Queen Anne’s County Fair VISIT WEBSITE FOR UPDATES August 10-15 QAC 4-H Park, 100 Dulin Clark Road, Centreville, MD 21617 410-758-0267 www.queenannescofair.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Maryland State Fair VISIT WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK FOR UPDATES August 27-September 7 Maryland State Fairgrounds 2200 York Road, Timonium, Maryland 21093 410-252-0200 www.marylandstatefair.com • m email@example.com 2020 Fair Fun… Check for updates frequently for possible changes in scheduling or event cancellation Ticks and Tick Disease From late spring through early fall is the time of year during which ticks are most active. It is important to take precautions to avoid a tick bite and the possibility of resultant tick disease. Ticks commonly found in the northeastern area of the United States include the deer tick, lone star tick, American dog tick, and the wood tick. Ticks are most commonly found in the woods and marshy places in bushes, shrubs, leaf litter and tall grass. Many tick- borne diseases can be contracted simultaneously from one tick bite, but not every tick bite transmits disease. Some ticks are extremely small – the tick that transmits Lyme disease may be smaller than a sesame seed. In order to enjoy the outdoors and at the same time avoid tick bites, wear long pants and long sleeves to help keep ticks off your skin. Tuck your shirt into pants, and pants into socks to keep ticks on the outside of clothing. Wear light colored clothing to help you spot ticks more easily. Spray insect repellent on clothes and exposed skin; consult your pharmacist for the type of repellent suitable for you and your family members of different ages. Also talk to your veterinarian about tick control products for your pets, to help avoid your pet bringing a tick into your home. When hiking, walk in the center of the trail when in woods or high grass. Stay away from brushy areas, high grass and leaf litter. Check for ticks daily after being in tick habitat. And remember, ticks can be found in your own back yard! To remove a tick use fine tipped tweezers and protect your hands with tissues or gloves. Grab the tick close to the skin – do not twist or jerk the tick. Gently pull straight up until all parts of the tick are removed. Clean the tick bite with soap and water or an antiseptic. Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based rub. Do not use petroleum jelly, a hot match, nail polish or other products to remove ticks. Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in Maryland and is transmitted by the bite of an infected black-legged tick, which must be attached for at least 24 hours for transmission to occur. From three to thirty days after a tick bite, a gradually expanding rash (called erythema migrans ) can occur at the site of the bite in 70-80% of infected people. The rash can expand over several days up to 12 inches and may resemble a bull’s eye. If untreated, Lyme disease may cause a loss of muscle tone on one or both sides of the face, severe headaches and neck stiffness, shooting pains that can interrupt sleep, heart palpitations, dizziness, and pain that shifts from joint to joint. After several months, 60% of untreated patients my develop severe joint pain and swelling, particularly in the knees. Five percent of untreated patients may experience shooting pains, numbness or tingling in the hands or feet, and problems with concentration and short term memory. Contact your health care provider if you develop any of these symptoms after a tick bite or after being in a tick habitat. Most cases of tick-borne disease can be cured with antibiotics, especially when treatment is started early. For more information visit www.MaryalndTickOff.org. Been cooped up all winter? Garage, basement, or attic overflowing? Time for a Yard Sale!!! Sell it in Tidewater Trader! ADVERTISE IT IN TIDEWATER TRADER! Who's Cookin’ With Carla? HUMMINGBIRD NECTAR 1 Cup Sugar 4 Cups Tap Water Bring water to a boil, add sugar and cook until it dissolves. Let cool. Fill feeders. Store the remainder in the refrigerator in a sealed container. Clean feeders and change nectar every 3 to 5 days. It’s what’s on the inside that counts Church Every Sun 8am - Go through the Bible with Pastor Don Blad on WCTR 102.3FM, 96.1FM, 1530AM, www.wctr.com, a nd www.calvarychapelchestertown.net; C all 410-348-5702. 2nd & 4th Sun Monthly 8:45am-9am - Trumpeting for Jesus Radio Broadcast on WCTR 1530AM, 106.9FM, www.wctr.com or on Facebook; Apostle Estella Priest; Call 302-724-0474. Every Mon 7pm - Celebrate Recovery at Hope Fellowship Church, 892 Washington Ave., Chestertown; Call 410-778-3577; www.ctownhope.com. 1st Mon Monthly 6pm - Sister to Sister Christian Women’s Group at Bethel AME Church, 237 N. College Ave., Chestertown; firstname.lastname@example.org. 2nd Tues Monthly 6pm - Sons of Allen Christian Men’s Group at Bethel AME Church, 237 N. College Ave., Chestertown; Rev. Robert N. Brown, Jr.; Send emails to email@example.com. 2nd Tues Monthly 6:30pm - Centreville UM Church Men’s Group meets at the church on Rt. 213, Centreville; Guest speakers; Call 410-758-0868. Every Wed 12pm-1pm - Hour of Power at Faith Unity Fellowship Ministries, 116 Liberty Lane, Chestertown; Prayer, praise, preaching & teaching; Call 410-778-4300; www.faithunityfm.org. Faith Life Church - Mon 7pm National School of Theology; Wed 7pm Prayer/Bible Study; Fri 7:30pm Evangelist Services; Sun 10am Sun School & 11:15am Worship; 434 Calvert St., Chestertown; 410-778-4216; www.flcfaithlife.com; life @flcfaithlife.com. Lively and Energizing Worship Service - Ev- ery Sun 9am at First UM Church, 105 N. Mill St., Chestertown; Call 410-778-2977; www.firstandchristumc.org. St. Clement’s Episcopal Church - Every Sun. 10amWorship & Church School; Every Wed. 12:30pm Culto Dominical en Espa- nol; 12940 Maryland Line Rd, Massey; Call 410-928-5051; www.saintclements.org. Rock Hall Church of God - Sun Worship & Kids Church 11am; Nursery available; Pas- tor William Wheatley; 6528 Rock Hall Rd.; www.rockhallcog.org. Olivet UM Church - The Gathering contem- porary worship service 8:30am, held outside, bring a chair; Drive in worship service 10am; 115 S. Main St., Galena; 443-877-5391; www.goandserve.jimdo.com. Worship Services at Shrewsbury Par- ish Church - Sun 9:00am Outdoors; Face masks required, Bring your own chair; 12824 Shrewsbury Church Rd., Kennedyville; Call 410-348-5944; Visit www.shrewsburyparish.org. CRG: Don’t forget your days to work! TBDERET: THE best – ever!