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Tidewater Trader February 17, 2021 Page 35 Giveaways Every Month... look for details in weekly issues and on Facebook! Celebrate 40 Years with Tidewater Trader All Year Long! www.tidewatertrader.com Level: 1 2 3 4 © 2021 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Media Services. All rights reserved. 2/17/21 Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contain every digit, 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku, visit www. sudoku. org.uk SOLUTION TO LAST WEEK’S PUZZLE Sudoku on your cell phone. Enter 783658.com in your mobile Web browser. Get a free game! Lisa McDonald, CRNP Certifying Practitioner Primary Clinician/Member 443-666-0711 12502 Augustine Herman Hwy, Unit 1 Kennedyville, MD Eastern Shore MediCann Clinic, LLC Your Certifying Practitioner for Medical Marijuana easternshoremedicann.com easternshoremedicann@gmail.com Through March 28th - “Reflections on He- roes of 2020” & “Home is Where the HeART Is” Exhibits at KIFA, 405 Main St., Stevens- ville; Call 410-643-7424 or 410-643-0850; www.kifa.us. Through March 31st - Samaritan Group Emergency Winter Shelter is open with Co- vid-19 protocols in place to provide those without overnight shelter a place to sleep and stay warm in local churches staffed by volunteers; During the remaining 9 months of the year, emergency overnight shelter is providedat a localmotel for those inneed; All guests are referred by Kent County Depart- ment of Social Services and must remain drug & alcohol free during their stay in the shelter; james@chestertownnazarene.org.; If youknowsomeone inneed443-480-3564; samaritangroupkent@gmail.com; D etails online at www.samaritangroupkent.org. Through August 20th - Send in your hunt- ing and fishing photos for Tidewater Trad- er’s Hunt Issue; Waterfowl hunting, fishing trips, turkey hunting, deer hunting, youth hunter days, frog gigging, etc. Send in your favorite photo. Email your high resolution, tiff or jpeg file to info@tidewatertrader.com with “hunt issue photo” in the subject line. Wed, Feb. 17th - Homeschool Art Class at Academy Art Museum, 114 N. Washing- ton St., Easton; Feb. 23rd Watercolor Fine Tuning Composition; Feb. 24th Visual Arts Studio, Pastel Painting Composition and Design; Feb. 25th Painting Basics, Por- traits in Three Colors; Through March 20th From Cassatt to Chicago: A Celebration of Women Artists and Academy Art Museum’s Instructors’ Exhibition; 410-822-2787; Visit www.academyartmuseum.org f or more information. Wed, Feb. 17th4pm-8:30pm- Virtual Agron- omy Crop Production Meeting; Free, open to public; Registration required at https:// go.umd.edu/WinterAgMeetings; P resent- ed by Univ. of Maryland Extension; Visit https://extension.umd.edu/agriculture. Wed, Feb. 17th 2pm - “Stolen: The Re- verse Underground Railroad and Slavery in Greater Chesapeake” Virtual Speaker Series with Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels; $7.50/non-members, $6/CBMM members; www.cbmm.org/learn/speaker-series/. Thurs, Feb. 18th - “Generations: Music and The Black Family Concert” Virtual Event with Kent County Public Library, 408 High St., Chestertown; Feb. 22nd KCPL Finance Committee & Board Meetings; Feb. 23rd Storytime; Feb. 24th African American Read-In; Feb. 25th Winter Cooking Demo; Through March 1st Poetry Contest; Library to go Mon-Fri by appointment; Every Sat. 10am-4pm Curbside Hold Pickup; No in-building services; Call 410-778-3636; www.kentcountylibrary.org. XAN: Humidified! continued on next page

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