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T idewater Trader September 9, 2020 Page 28 Webb Johnson, President 6586 Kings Grant Lane, Chestertown, Maryland Phone: 443-480-2148 E-mail: quakerneck@hotmail.com Call Or E-mail for Information: Quaker Neck Outfitters A Sportsman’s Paradise for Hunting White Tail Deer, Duck, Dove and Canada Geese LLC The Chester River Watershed hosts the largest concentrations of Canada geese and ducks in Maryland, as documented by our Department of Natural Resources annual mid-winter survey. The keys to our success rest upon our year round habitat management, quality equipment, licensed professional guides and limited pressure. In 1995 our farms won the Wildlife Stewardship farm of the year award presented by Remington Arms Co. and the Progressive Farmer magazine. Come experience hunting at its absolute finest… with Quaker Neck Outfitters. September 14th-20th Your Weekly Horoscope By Sally Brompton SALLY BROMPTON WEEKLY HOROSCOPE Visit Sally at www.sallybrompton.com IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: Creative activities are under excellent stars just now so set your sights high for the coming 12 months then aim to go higher still. A little bit of effort will yield the kind of results you did not think possible – so think what a serious effort might do! ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Now that Jupiter has ended its retrograde phase you will start to feel more confident about your prospects, both for life in general and for your career in particular. A more relaxed attitude (don’t get so worked up about minor things!) will work in your favor. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Something you hear from a friend or family member may cause you a certain amount of anxiety but it’s really not that important so don’t let it get out of hand. Begin the new week with a song in your heart and success in your sights. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): If someone gives you a hard time don’t automatically react by giving them a hard time in return. The best way to tackle the situation is by defusing it, and the best way to do that is by pretending their actions don’t worry you in the slightest. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): Don’t worry if you find yourself in a minority of one this week, because no matter how strongly others may disagree with your views you are far closer to the truth than they are. Look at reality as it is, not as others might wish it to be. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Cheer yourself up this week by doing something purely for fun. You don’t have to have a goal for everything you do in life – sometimes it’s best to just let fate take its course – and the fewer goals you have now the better it will be for your mental health. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): How quickly you react to events over the next few days will to a large extent determine whether you see those events as positive or negative. Don’t wait for other people to take the initiative – have the confidence to take it yourself. Lead the way. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): There have been times of late when it felt as if you were no longer master of your own fate, but that should change over the next few days as negative influences begin to fade and you find your confidence again. Next time, don’t lose it so easily. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): You will learn something to your advantage this week and if you are smart you will file the information away until the time comes when you get the chance to use it to maximum effect. Don’t discuss what you know with anyone, not even your closest friends. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): Cosmic activity in the most materialistic area of your chart encourages you to get more of the good things in life, and with luck planet Jupiter moving in your favor again that won’t be a problem at all. But remember: it’s not all about dollars and cents. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Either start something new this week or restart a project you put on hold earlier in the year. Just because it did not work out for you then does not mean it won’t work out for you now. You may in fact be surprised by how smoothly it goes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): If you want to explain your position to others then you really must have a clear idea of what you are doing yourself. If you are too vague in your aims then it should come as no surprise if friends and family are confused. Get your act together. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): If a friend or loved one is in need of assistance then offer it to them, but don’t impose yourself without permission. Chances are they are too proud to admit they cannot handle things themselves and will jump at the chance of you helping them. Take Out Spaghetti Dinner Benefits the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department Friday, September 11 th • 4pm until SOLD OUT Crumpton Fire House, 300 Third Street, Crumpton $8.00 Per Meal Sponsored by the CVFD Auxiliary Take Out Only Spaghetti with Sauce or Meat Sauce Salad, Roll, Dessert “Galena Volunteer Fire Company has been running an all you can eat Breakfast Buffet for many years. We started running a quarter page ad in Tidewater Trader. With the help of their staff creating the advertisements, our attendance has been very successful. Tidewater Trader’s staff created ads that reflected the time of the year, i.e., Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, etc. Without their help our advertisements would not have been as creative.” Doug Uhl, Galena Volunteer Fire Company Galena, Maryland 410-648-5050 American Cancer Society can help with pain & nausea medicine, and equipment if you’re on limited income; For more info call 1-888-227-6333. If you or someone you know has a drug problem and needs help, call the Narcotics Anonymous Hotline 1-800-317-3222. Health Insurance Questions? Let the Kent Co. Health Dept. help you! Find out about your health insurance options, get help with health insurance issues; Free health insurance for qualifying Kent Co. families; 125 S. Lynchburg St., Chestertown; Call 410-778-7039; www.kenthd.org. UM Shore Medical Center’s Health Care Professionals available to discuss health and wellness issues with community groups; Call 410-778-3300. AA Meetings held 7 Days a Week through- out Chestertown, Rock Hall, Sudlersville, Kennedyville, Centreville, Church Hill, Stevensville, Wye Mills, Marydel, Galena, Crumpton, Millington, Chester, Ridgely, Queenstown, Tolchester, Greensboro, Til- ghman Island, Easton, Cambridge, Ox- ford, St. Michaels, Denton, Hurlock; Call 410-822-4226; www.midshoreintergroup.org. Join the Friends of Eastern Neck, Inc., - A volunteer support group for Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, Rock Hall; Call 410-639-7056; www.fws.gov. Thinking About Quitting Smoking? Attend Tobacco Cessation Program at Kent Co. Health Dept., 125 S. Lynchburg St., Ches- tertown; 410-778-2167; www.kenthd.org. Are you caring for a health impaired adult and could use some help? Know of some- one who needs medical supervision? Call Kent Co. Medical Adult Day Care Center 410-778-5581. Staff of Upper Shore Aging available to discuss “Medicare Savings Programs” for those receiving Medicare; 410-778-6000 or 410-758-6500. Are you a caregiver for a child with de- velopmental disabilities or a chronically ill adult? Respite is a way to get a break from full-time caregiving; Call Eastern Shore Respite Care Project 1-800-439-1222. TIDEWATER TRADER DeliveredFREE in4CountiesandOnline

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