T idewater Trader June 24, 2020 Page 26 June 29th-July 5th Your Weekly Horoscope By Sally Brompton SALLY BROMPTON WEEKLY HOROSCOPE Visit Sally at www.sallybrompton.com IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: A Mars-Saturn link in your birthday week is a good omen for financial and career success, but to get the best from it you will have to work harder than usual. It’s an effort worth making though, and the pleasure of testing your limits may be the biggest reward. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Challenge and opportunity are two sides of the same coin, and if you keep that thought in mind this week you should be able to turn almost any event to your advantage. Don’t moan that the universe is making life tough, because that’s what you need! TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Don’t try to force the pace, either in your personal life or at work, because the faster you go the more obstacles will pop up in your path. Slow right down and trust that you will arrive safely and soundly at your destination, and with time to spare. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): Make sure you know what you are letting yourself in for before signing up to some kind of movement or campaign. It may be a worthy cause, and it may be fun, but the planets warn it will demand of you more than you feel comfortable giving. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): Someone you live or work with may have made a mess of a project you have been working on together but don’t get angry about it. It may be partly your fault for assuming they knew what they would be doing without checking them out first. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Mars in your fellow Fire sign of Aries will bring a new sense of urgency to your affairs, and in a good way, but other influences warn you must keep track of what you are doing every step of the way. Don’t rush Leo, there’s plenty of time. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): Some people may try to convince you this week that the world is falling apart but you are much too rational to fall for that kind of apocalyptic thinking. As far as you are concerned, the bigger the problem the more obvious the solution. So go find it! LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): You will go all out to prove you have what it takes to succeed during the early part of the week. But is it really necessary? Are you trying to impress other people or prove something to yourself? Either way, don’t overdo it. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): You will have a lot on your plate work-wise over the next few days but it won’t worry you one little bit. It seems the more that is demanded of you the more motivated you are to rise to the occasion. It’s not work for you, it’s fun. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): By all means aim to create something you can be proud of, but make sure you understand that you will accomplish far more if you work with other people. It’s not a zero sum game Sag – others don’t have to lose so that you can win. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): You may be eager to push ahead with an idea that has been in your head for some time but while Saturn, your ruler, is still moving retrograde you are advised not to commit yourself too deeply just yet. There may be other ideas that suit you better. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): No matter what you are doing, or where you are doing it, you must give yourself extra time this week. If you are the kind of Aquarius who enjoys leaving things to the very last minute you may find that on this occasion the deadline defeats you. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): The planets will in some way remind you that what you get out of life is in direct proportion to what you choose to put it. This is one of those weeks when you cannot afford to be lazy. Things need to be done and they need to be done now! Area Food Pantry Openings and Donation Information Six food pantries are operating throughout the area during the pandemic. These include: In Chestertown - Kent County Community Pantry located on Mill Street near the corner of Mill and High Streets, www.kentfoodpantry.org, ph one 410-778-0550 and Seventh Day Adventist Church located at 305 North Kent Street, phone 443-988-3886; In Millington - Millington/Crumpton Food Pantry operating at Asbury United Methodist Church located at 392 Cypress Street, phone 443-480-0053; In Ridgely - St. Martin’s Ministries located at 14374 Benedictine Lane, www.stmartinsministries.org, ph one 410-643-2537; In Rock Hall - Rock Hall Community Food Pantry located at the Rock Hall Civic Center on Civic Center Drive, phone 410-639-2351; and InWorton - Mount Olive AfricanMethodist Episcopal Church located at 24840 Lambs Meadow Road, www.mtoliveamecworton.org, p hone 410-778-3328. Each of these service providers has created a safe environment for clientele and those who would like tomake financial or in-kind donations or serve as volunteers. For specific hours of operation and for details on items being sought for donation, contact the food pantry directly or visit https://mainstreetchestertown.org/covid- 19-kent-county-food-pantry-info/ fo r complete details. Thank you to all who work devotedly to continue operating and supporting this much needed service. Every ad printed in Tidewater Trader is also published online for two weeks – at no additional charge! Take advantage of incredibly great rates and place your ad today for results tomorrow! Email firstname.lastname@example.org today or call 410-778-1262 x2002 FREE 2 Weeks ONLINE with an ad in Tidewater Trader VOTE 2020 For More Information About Registration and Voting: Kent County Board of Elections Office 410-778-0038 • www.kentcountyelections.org Queen Anne’s Co. 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Matins Service 8pm; 101 Greenwood Ave., Chestertown; Call 410-778-2744. Chestertown Baptist Church - Sun School 10am, Worship 11am & 6pm; Wed Awanas children 6:30pm, Youth 180 Teens & Adult Bible study 7pm; 401 Morgnec Rd., Ches- tertown; Call 410-778-5844; Details online at www.chestertownbaptistchurch.org. Faith Bible Church - Sun School 10am, Service 11am; Prayer/Bible Study for 3rd- 6th grade Wed. 6:30pm; 407 Dudleys Cor- ner Rd., Sudlersville; Call 410-438-6003; www.faithbiblechurch316.com. Faith Unity Fellowship Ministries - Sun School 9:30am, Worship 11am; Little Lights of Faith Early Learning Center; Bish- op Robert M. Pritchett, Jr., D.D., Senior Pastor; 116 Liberty Lane, Chestertown; Call 410-778-4300; www.faithunityfm.org. St. John Catholic Church - Sun. Mass 8am; Catholic & Main Streets, Rock Hall; Call 410-778-3160. Chestertown Christian Gathering - Sun 9:45am Adult Small Group, Children’s Movie; Sun 10:30am Gathering, Children’s Program; Wed 6:30pm Family Gathering, Adult, Teen, Children Small Groups; 932 Washington Ave., Unit 1, Austin Plaza, Chestertown; Find us on Facebook. Grace Community - A Bible Fellowship Church at 400 Morgnec Rd., Chestertown; Sun. 9:45am Bible study, 11am worship; Wed. 6pm-7:30pm Youth & Adult Meeting; Real, relevant, reformed; 443-480-2496; www.gracebfcchestertown.org. DSG: Hope it was a Happy Father’s Day!