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L O C A L F O O D S & P R O D U C T S The Guernsey Depot For information go to: www.dogwoodlanedairy.grazecart.com Local Corn, Tomatoes, Watermelons, Peaches, Local Butter & Cheese, Salami, Beef, Pork, Chicken, Lamb, Exotic Meats & Much More. WE DELIVER! Picnic or BBQ Needs?, We Got ‘Em! | The Local People’s Paper www.tidewatertrader.com 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. Christ UM Church - Sun 10:15am Worship Service & Children/Youth Classesl; Pastor David Ryan; 401 High St., Chestertown; 410-778-0911; christumc1@gmail.com. Jane’s Church Blessing Box - A 24/7 mini food pantry in front of Jane’s Church, cor- ner of Cannon & Cross Sts., Chestertown. First UMChurch - Every Sun 9amWorship in the Sanctuary; 105 N. Mill St., Chestertown; Live on Facebook www.facebook.com/ davidtryan; For more information call 410-778-2977. MOVIES PLAYING NOWOR COMING SOON 21 Washington Square Chestertown Maryland 443-282-0060 SHOWTIMES: https://flagshipcinemas.com/chestertown Shang Chi and The Legend PG13 Candyman R Respect PG13 Free Guy PG13 Paw Patrol The Movie G Malignant R Coming Soon Call 443-282-0060 for Showtimes or Visit https://flagshipcinemas.com/chestertown FILMFANATICCLUB Earn Rewards for Tickets & Concessions GROUPRENTAL& BIRTHDAY PARTIES COMFORTABLE ROCKER & RECLINER SEATS SUPERTUESDAY AllTickets$6.50 C ILD .SENIOR .MILITARY .COLLEGE: $8.25/$10.25 PRICING: Rocker/Recliner ADULT: $9.25/$11.25 SHOWTIMES: https://flagshipcinemas.com/chestertown MATINEES: $7.25/$9.25 Kent Goes Purple 5K Color Run/Walk and Purple Jamboree set for September 12 th The third Kent Goes Purple 5K Color Run/Walk and Purple Jamboree is set for 8:30am on Sunday, September 12 th in Wilmer Park. Kent Goes Purple (KGP) is a substance abuse awareness and prevention initia- tive from Kent County Sheriff’s Office and Chestertown Rotary Club, that em- powers our youth and our community to ‘Go Purple’ as a sign of taking a stand against substance abuse. This is year four for the initiative, and year three for the color run. Last year’s run/walk did not happen due to the pandemic. The color run starts at 8:30am at Wilmer Park in Chestertown and is directly followed with a Purple Jamboree, from 10am until noon. The jamboree includes music, family fun and entertainment, free food from Phat Daddy’s BBQ and children’s activities with Willy Woo Woo! Registration is available online at www.KentGoesPurple.org an d is free for chil- dren 12 and under. Registration for 13 and over, is $10 – much less than the cost in 2019, thanks to support from Kent County Behavioral Health (KCBH) Preven- tion Office. Day-of registration is $20 and starts at 7:30am. The first 250 participants receive a commemorative shirt plus color packet, plus a purple drawstring bag with lots of fun goodies, including collapsible silicone water bottles. Free waters also will be available thanks to Chestertown Elks, and a limited supply of free purple shirts also will be on hand. “Kent County prevention is excited to be able to sponsor the color run this year so that more of our families can participate,” said Annette Duckery, alcohol and other drugs prevention coordinator for KCBH. “The more community members that can come out, the better. Our theme this year is raising awareness together – the more we can bring people together, the stronger message we can send that Kent County stands together against substance abuse.” This year’s Kent Goes Purple initiative includes daily educational messages in- tended to educate and encourage conversations about substance use preven- tion. Other ways to get involve include getting trained on Narcan; learning about the Good Samaritan Law; and learning about medication storage and disposal. The community can again display purple lights and gear throughout the month as a show of taking a stand against substance abuse. Lights are available at JBK Hardware in Chestertown and Village Hardware in Rock Hall. KGP also has free, 5" by 5" vehicle stickers available. Vendor and volunteer registration forms for the color run and jamboree are avail- able online at www.KentGoesPurple.org. Ke nt Goes Purple is an initiative of the Kent County Sheriff’s Office and Chestertown Rotary Club, in partnership with Kent County Behavioral Health Prevention Office. Get more information by visit- ing www.KentGoesPurple.org an d on Facebook @kentgoespurple.

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