Deep Creek Daily Notes Blog August 29

Tuesday August 29, 2023: Did you know? Today is “According to Hoyle Day” that encourages individuals to honor the rules and regulations in particular situations. Why? Because Edmond Hoyle, an Englishman, is thought to be the first technical writer on card games. I certainly didn’t know!

The weather today will be mostly cloudy. Patchy dense fog in the morning. Scattered showers in the morning, then numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon—highs in the mid-70s and a low of 58. South winds of around 5 mph. The chance of rain is 70%.

Is your foundation cracking or settling? Faith All-In-One offers helical pier installation to cost-effectively support your home! Call Edward at 571-325-4178 and he’d be happy to give you a free estimate!

The Garrett County Public Schools Food & Nutrition Department proudly celebrates the achievement of its Summer Food Service program. Over 200,000 meals were served to local children this summer, offering essential nutrition to the community with nearly 900 children weekly on average.

The Garrett County Public Schools FNS Department will distribute half-gallons of milk on tomorrow, August 30, starting at 5:00 PM until supplies last, as part of the Summer Food Service program.

First United Bank and Trust honored Mrs. Athena Wilson, a dedicated educator, for her nearly three decades of participation in the Stock Market Game competition. Mrs. Wilson, who retired this year after teaching accounting and finance at Southern High Garrett School, guided student teams through 59 competitions, impacting over 1,200 students.

Join Matt Tichon & Co. tonight at Honi-Honi Bar for an evening of popular music featuring piano, acoustic guitar, and occasional electronic drums.

Don’t miss out on the Friendsville Farmers Market happening today! This charming market is a weekly event taking place every Tuesday at the Friendsville Library. From 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM, come by to indulge in an array of fresh produce and local delights.

MoonShadow invites hepcats and kittens to an open mic poetry night hosted by Deep Creek’s wordsmith, Clinton Anderson. Join in at the new café for the Bumble Bee Beatnik Poetry Night!

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