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Tidewater Trader April 7, 2021 Page 32 Your weekly horoscope by Sally Brompton • April 12-18, 2021 If Your Birthday Is This Week: Treat other people the way you want them to treat you. It won’t always be easy but if you can elevate your mind to a level where it sees connections rather than conflicts you may be surprised to discover that everyone’s existence is of equal value. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): This week’s new moon in your sign will bring your hopes and wishes into sharper focus and there is little doubt you will achieve something memorable in the days ahead. Just remember that those who assist you deserve a share in the glory too. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Your confidence has taken a bit of a hammering of late but there is still plenty to look forward to. A week or so from now a new phase will begin, one in which the lessons of yesterday can be used to build the triumphs of tomorrow. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): So you want to change the world. How are you going to do that? The best way is to form alliances with people who share your lofty ideals. Before you start making those changes though, make sure those you are aiming to help actually want your assistance. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): Only allow positive thoughts to flow through your mind over the next few days. Anything negative that tries to creep in must be banished immediately, before it gets a chance to take hold. Never forget it’s your head that creates your world. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): This week’s new moon will encourage you to be more adventurous – not that you’ve ever been the timid sort, of course. You need to be aware, however, that not everyone will approve of your freewheeling ways. Some may even try to trip you up. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): You don’t have to do more than is required of you, nor do you have to pay more than you owe, so be on your guard and be ready to fight off anyone who tries to take advantage of you. Don’t let opponents or would-be rivals coerce you. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): It may seem as if you have managed to sweep a relationship issue under the carpet but this week’s new moon will uncover it again. That’s good. In fact it’s great. If you deal with it now it won’t ever get the chance to bother you again. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): The coming week will be both physically and emotionally demanding, so be kind to yourself and don’t do more than you have to for other people. Just because you can do a job better than anyone else does not mean you are obliged to do it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): What previously seemed like an impossible task will look perfectly simple once this week’s new moon has done its work. The word “cannot” has no place in your vocabulary. You CAN and you WILL accomplish something special over the coming week. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Some kind of showdown is likely over the next few days and while it might not be your choice to clash with people you live or work with it will be for the best in the long-term. Once the air has been cleared you can be friends again. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): Make a point of shoving any worries you may have to the back of your mind and acting as if you cannot possibly fail. At this time of year more than most the way you think can have a huge influence on how events around you unfold. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): Try to develop a more detached view of money and possessions over the coming week. The Aries new moon will in some way remind you there are more important things in life than making a living or making a fortune. You’re already rich in the things that count. sally brompton Weekly Horoscope visit sally at www.sallybrompton.com Email to: info@tidewatertrader.com Share Your Good News! 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Donate your leftover or unwanted yarn for knitted blankets and lap robes for the el- derly and disabled veterans; Drop off at Chestertown Church of the Nazarene, 6943 Church Hill Rd., Chestertown, MD 21620; Call 410-708-3330 for details and more information. Support Groups Tuesdays, Through April 20th 6:30pm- 9pm - NAMI KQA Virtual Family-to-Family Course; Free; 8 week course for family, significant others & friends of individuals with mental illness; Online via Zoom, reg- istration required; Call National Alliance on Mental Illness KQA 443-480-0565; Send emails with requests for more information to namikentandqueenannes@gmail.com. Every Thurs 5pm - Veteran’s Support Group at Recovery In Motion, 300 Scheel- er Rd., Chestertown; Call 410-822-1601; Details are available online by visiting www.chesapeakevoyagers.org. JLF: 41st coming up! UM Shore Regional Offers COVIC-19 Vaccines at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills Through a partnership between University of Maryland Shore Regional Health (UM SRH) and Chesapeake College, COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered by appointment on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in the College’s Eastern Shore Higher Education Center on the Wye Mills campus, beginning Wednesday, April 7 th , 2021. The vaccines are provided by UM SRH and administered by hospital personnel and volunteers, including nurses, former nurses and pharmacists. At this time, vaccine eligibility for Maryland residents has been expanded to include those in the 2b tier; for details, visit “Vaccine Phases” on this link: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/ pages/vaccine. “This really opens the gates to a much broader range of people who can now get vaccinated and help protect themselves, their family members, co-workers and friends from COVID-19,” says UM Shore Regional Health’s regional director of Pharmacy Services Kevin Chapple. “We encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to get vaccinated quickly, safely and efficiently, close to home.” To register for a vaccine appointment at Chesapeake College, visit www.umms.org/ coronavirus/covid-vaccine/get-vaccine and follow the instructions to complete the registration form. Vaccine appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first served basis. No walk-ins will be allowed. “We’re pleased that our partnership with University of Maryland Shore Regional Health is expanding to further care for our community,” said Chesapeake College President Clifford Coppersmith. “In addition to serving as a Covid-19 testing site, our centrally located Wye Mills campus will also be a convenient site for Shore residents to receive Covid-19 vaccinations. Providing a location and support for this vaccination site is another way Chesapeake College is helping the region recover from the pandemic.” Top 10 Dog Toxins • Chocolate • Mouse and Rat Poisons • Ibuprofen & Acetaminophen • Xylitol • Vitamin D Overdose • Antidepressant Medication • Fertilizer • Grapes and Raisins • Decongestant Medication • Caffeine Pills