Queen Anne’s County Celebrates 4-H


Earlier this week, one community on the Eastern Shore recently celebrated some of their youth and the area’s agriculture. The Queen Anne’s County Fair finished up this weekend and gave some of the local 4-H’ers a chance to show off their work. The celebration opened up on August 8th and included some opportunities like the Goat Show for the club’s members to compete.


Local Nonprofit to Provide Supplies for School


At the end of this week, one of Kent County’s nonprofits will be giving away supplies for families that may be in need. Minary’s Dream Alliance in Chestertown has announced that they will be hosting a back to school bash on this coming Sunday. The bash will include a giveaway of school supplies and other opportunities for students to prepare for the school year ahead.




New Management at Local Theatre


One of the Eastern Shore’s performance centers have recently announced that there has been a change in management. Church Hill Theatre has announced that they have brought on a new Business Manager to coincide with other improvements. The theatre has announced that Juanita Wieczoreck as the new Business Manager who has done work previously in different roles.


Vaccines Available in Kent County


As concerns begin to rise across the nation of the Monkeypox virus, local health organizations have begun to prepare for possible treatment. The Kent County Health Department has announced that they have received 20 doses of the monkeypox vaccine. Since the middle of June there have been over 200 confirmed cases of the virus throughout Maryland with some cases taking place on the Eastern Shore.