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Tidewater Trader February 24, 2021 Page 24 MEDICAL CANNABIS JOHN C. ARRABAL, Jr., M.D. 415 Washington Avenue, Suite 2 Chestertown, MD 21620 Office 410-778-6410 Fax 410-778-2144 Your weekly horoscope by Sally Brompton • March 1-7, 2021 If Your Birthday Is This Week: Because your mind has a tendency to wander it will pay you to team up with people who are more down-to-earth in their thinking. The combination of your creativity and their practicality could make this a year when you accomplish great things together. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): You rarely lack for confidence but you need to remember that confidence by itself can only take you so far. At some stage over the next few days you will be expected to deliver on what you have promised. Hopefully your promises were not too outrageous. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): It may seem as if time is running out, that if you don’t make a move soon you will miss out while everyone else is cashing in, but that is not the case. You may not have all the time in the world but you’ve got enough not to be rushed. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): This is one of the more difficult times of the year for you but there are ways you can make it more enjoyable. To start with make sure you stay in contact with friends, even if it is at a distance. You’re a people person, not a loner. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): If you let praise go to your head this week it could rebound on you, especially if one of those shouting your name from the rooftops is a rival in disguise. Remember, anyone who encourages you to take risks, cut corners or break rules is not to be trusted. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Something will happen over the next few days that seems like a setback, but the planets indicate that over a longer period of time it will work very much in your favor. For now though, stop worrying about the future and focus on the here and now. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): Try not to pass on information you suspect may be untrue. Others can play words game if they want to but while the Sun is moving through your opposite sign you must be honest to a fault, even to the extent of admitting you don’t know what’s going on. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): Sit back and let family and friends take care of you. It’s been a long, hard week and you deserve a bit of pampering. You will be working hard again in a matter of days, so take a break while you can and don’t feel guilty about it. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): You are by far the most determined member of the zodiac and you will happily plug away at what needs finishing over the next 24 hours. Don’t worry that you may be losing ground to your rivals – you’ll catch up, and pass them, soon enough. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): For every question there is an answer, so keep asking and keep searching and it won’t be long before you discover what’s really going on. Don’t ask the same old questions that everyone else asks though – try looking at life from a more radical angle. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): The Sun in the most open and outgoing area of your chart encourages you to be bold and start something new. Get creative and artistic this week and don’t worry if the more practical part of your mind wonders if it’s worth the effort. It is! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): Matters of a family and financial nature will take a bit of untangling this week but if you set aside a few hours and create a space where you can work uninterrupted it won’t take long to sort things out. You love getting your mind around knotty problems. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): You seem quite chatty and open at the moment, and that’s good, but be careful what you say when around people you don’t know much about. Knowledge is power and if you let something of a personal nature slip out it could come back at you later on. sally brompton Weekly Horoscope visit sally at www.sallybrompton.com Samaritan Group Shelter 2021 The Samaritan Group board has updated protocols for the 2021 emergency shelter season. The shelter will be operating from January to March, with signifi- cant changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Symptoms screening, frequent cleaning, and social distancing will be implemented during all shelter operations for the foreseeable future. The 2021 shelter will not utilize evening (dinnertime) volunteers or meal deliveries in order to reduce exposure for guests, volunteers, and staff. The shelter will need, however, a regular army of volunteers to help out for the overnight (sleeping) shift. This shift allows the volunteer to sleep in a private room, separate from guests. The overnight volunteer is there only to assist the paid overnight staff person in the rare event of an emergency. The overnight volunteer will rarely have any interactions with guests or staff to limit everyone’s exposure. Please consider becoming an overnight volunteer and sign up. If you are missing your volunteer opportunities and you feel compelled to support the shelter and the essential outreach activities of the Samari- tan Group, please consider a donation. The global pandemic has hit our community hard and every donation will help the Samaritan Group com- plete its mission. Donations can be sent in the form of checks made out to Samaritan Group of Kent County and mailed to P.O. Box 934, Chestertown, MD 21620. If you know someone in need, please contact us at 443-480-3564 or email at samaritangroupkent@gmail.com. Did You Know? No two snowflakes are alike! If We Can’t Find You, We Can’t Help You. Order Your Reflective Address Marker Today… It May Help Save Your Life Or Someone You Love. Kent - Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad For More Information Please Call 410-778-4495 House Markers (horizontal) or Mailbox Markers (vertical) ONLY A $10 DONATION!!! St. Clement’s Episcopal Church - Sun. Worship 10am in English, 12:30pm in Spanish; Wed. 7:30pm Bilingual Rosary; 32940 Maryland Line Rd, Massey; Burial Plots available in Massey Cemetery; 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 con- temporary worship service 8:30am held outside at the pavilion, bring a chair; 10am in the sanctuary, must reserve a seat; 115 S. Main St., Galena; Call 302-332-8457; For details and ongoing updates visit www.goandserve.jimdo.com. Presbyterian Church - Sun. services with Sun. School 9:30am; 905 Gate- way Dr., Chestertown; 410-778-6057; For detailed information please visit www.presbyterianchestertown.org. Sacred Heart Catholic Church - Sat. Mass 4pm; Sun. Mass 10am; Mon.-Thurs. Mass 8:30am; Reconciliation Sat. 3:15pm; 508 High St., Chestertown; Call 410-778-3160. Salem UM Church - Sun 9:30am Worship Service; 23100 Old Fairlee Rd., Fairlee; Call 410-570-4090 for more information. St. James UM Church - Sun School 10am; Worship 11am; 10965 St. James-Newtown Rd., Worton; For more information call 410-570-4090. Worton UM Church - Sun Worship 8:45am; Prayer Meeting Thurs 7pm; 10756 Worton Rd., Worton; Rev. Zach Brown; For details call 302-332-8457. New Freedom Church - Sun. 10:30am Ser- vice with Sun. School; 121 Rabbit Hill Rd., Church Hill; Call 410-778-4208; More infor- mation and updates are available online at www.newfreedomchurch.church. Easton Baptist Church - Sun. School 10am; Worship 11am; Service 6pm; Services held at Holiday Inn Express, 8561 Ocean Gateway, Easton; Call Pastor Jake Reid 410-490-2884; www.eastonbc.com. Calvary Chapel - Sun. 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