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Tidewater Trader October 13, 2021 Page 40 Maryland Find TIDES www.dnr.mar yland.gov/ Fisheries/Pages/Tide-Finder.aspx w w w . t i d e w a t e r t r a d e r . c o m Chester town, MD 813 High St reet Facts The United States Flag, adopted on June 14, 1777, is the fourth oldest national flag in the world. Denmark’s flag, adopted in 1219, is the oldest. • A flag expert is called a “vexillologist.” • The blue field on the U.S. Flag is called the “union.” • OnMemorial Day (the last Monday inMay), to honor all who died in battle, the flag should be displayed at half-staff until noon only, then raised to the top of the staff for the remainder of the day. • Since 1834, the U.S. Flag has flown continuously next to the grave of the RevolutionaryWar hero, the Marquis de Lafayette, near Paris, France. • June 14 was proclaimed Flag Day by PresidentWoodrowWilson in 1916. While Flag Day was a popular celebration in scores of communities for many years afterWilson’sproclamation,itdidn’treceiveitsofficialCongressionaldesignation until 1949. The United States Flag should always be treated with the utmost care and respect. Remember, the flag represents a living country, and as such, is considered a living thing. • Always display the flag with the blue union field up – never display the flag upside down, except as a distress signal. • It is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flag staffs in the open. However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag may be displayed twenty-four hours a day if properly illuminated during the hours of darkness. • Always hold the flag carefully – never let it touch anything beneath it: the ground, the floor, water or merchandise. • Always keep the flag aloft and free – never carry it flat or horizontally. • Always keep the flag clean and safe – never let it become torn, soiled or damaged. • Always dispose of a flag properly, preferably through veterans’ organizations. • Always treat the flag with respect. CAPTAIN CRUMPTON © Sounds Like: MILD LOOSE Last Week: Wood Duck 90.5 WKHS student public radio Become a Member www.wkhsradio.org Long-term or short-term care, hospice assistance as needed. • Awake Overnight Staff • Private Rooms • We are much less expensive then around-the-clock in-home care. Please Call for Room Availability Rock Hall, MD • Hubbard & Sharon Kendall, Owners 410-639-7378 The Golden Rule Continuing Care Living Fri, Oct. 22nd - Steamed Shrimp Dinner at Elks Lodge #2474, 8631 Bell Rose Lane, off Rt. 20, Chestertown; Call 410-778-6370. Fri, Oct. 22nd 7pm - The High & Wides Album Release Concert at Garfield Cen- ter for the Arts, 210 High St., Chester- town; Call 410-810-2060; For details visit www.garfieldcenter.org. Fri, Oct. 22nd 4pm-7pm - Carryout Roast Beef Dinner at Crumpton Vol. Fire Dept., 300 Third St., Crumpton; $13 dinner in- cludes roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans, glazed carrots, coleslaw, roll and dessert; Benefits CVFD. Sat, Oct. 23rd - Alynn Johnson and Robert Redd at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $20/ticket online, $25/ticket at door; 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org. Sat, Oct. 23rd 12pm-4pm - Bike Fest at Rock Hall Bayside Park, Rock Hall Harbor, Rock Hall; Featuring live music by East Roc; Games, raffles, vendors, contests, food and more; $5/bike; Benefits RHVFC; Call 410-639-7888; www.rhvfc.org. Sat, Oct. 23rd 12pm-3pm - Soup & Sip Crab Soup Competition & Wine Tasting Fundraiser held by Chestertown Rotary at The Kitchen at the Imperial Carriage House and Patio, 208 High St., Chestertown; $25 includes wine glass and raffle ticket; Ben- efits Chestertown Rotary school charities; Call 410-778-5000. Sat, Oct. 23rd 10am-3pm - FallFest at Kent Museum, 13689 Turners Creek Rd., Ken- nedyville; Homemade apple cider, demon- strations only; For mor information email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sat, Oct. 23rd 9:30am-1:30pm - Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff Open House at 505 Railroad Ave., Centreville; Decorate a donut, SWAT team demos, drug take back, K9 demos, office tours, CIU mock crime scene and more; 410-758-0770. Sat, Oct. 23rd 11am-5pm - Fish Fry at Rt. 18 & Flat Iron Rd., Church Hill; $15/platters; 3 for $5/raffles for a Jeep Cherokee; Benefits Thomas H. Kiah Lodge 101; 443-666-4970, 302-241-7570, or 443-221-3329; Send emails to email@example.com. Sun, Oct. 24th 4pm - Teodora Adzharo- va at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $15/ticket; Hedgelawn Classical Se- ries; Call 410-639-9133; For details visit www.mainstayrockhall.org. Mon & Tues, Oct. 25th & 26th 10am-2pm - MVA On Wheels & Online at 848 High St., Chestertown; By Appointment Only; For an appointment, a list of Motor Vehicle Admin- istration services offered on the bus, or to verify the bus schedule call 1-410-768-7000 or visit www.mva.maryland.gov fo r com- plete details. Mon, Oct. 25th 2pm-6pm - Drive-Thru Flu Clinic at Galena Vol. Fire Co., 90 E. Cross St., Galena; Wear short sleeved shirt and face covering; $30/ages 19 and older, ages 18 and under Free, Medicare or Medicaid free with insurance card; $90/Flublok ages 18 and older; $90/high-dose ages 65 and older; Call 410-778-1350; Registration form is available in this issue and online at www.kenthd.org.
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