Deep Creek Daily Notes Blog November 20

Monday, November 20, 2023: The weather today will be partly sunny in the morning, then becoming mostly cloudy, with highs in the lower 40s and a low of 30. Southeast winds of around 10 to 15 mph.

Wishing a happy “Let’s Circle Back After the Holidays Season” to those who celebrate! 😆

USDA Deputy Secretary Xochitl Torres Small just unveiled a $27.9 million investment in 45 organizations aiding new farmers, with special programs for U.S. veterans starting agricultural careers.

Parents/guardians of GCPS students can review and comment on the proposed high school English Language Arts supplementary curriculum, CommonLit 360 from November 15 to December 8, 2023.

Maryland ranks 2nd in the U.S. with 40.4% of taxpayers reporting charitable contributions. During the Giving Season, from Giving Tuesday to December 31st, 30% of annual nonprofit giving occurs, making it the time when the nation’s most charitable cities are active.

A study reveals the national average internet speed is 171.30 mbps. While some areas enjoy gigabit fiber and 5G, others face limited infrastructure and Maryland ranks 8th for internet speed in 2023.

Get ready for the 45th House of Hope Cash Drive on December 9th in Downtown Oakland! Donate to uplift Garrett County locals. Stay in your car – the team will handle everything. Tune in to WKHJ Radio on 104.5 for the live action.

Dive into the fun of Learning Beyond the Classroom happening today through Wednesday! It’s a fantastic opportunity for families in Garrett County with little ones aged Birth-5.

Grantsville Library invites you to Children’s Story Time every Monday morning starting at 11:00 AM. Enjoy an hour filled with stories, crafts, and activities crafted to nurture a love for reading in young children.

Participate in today’s Free Expungement Clinic at the Oakland Library, presented by Maryland Legal Aid. Get valuable support from Maryland Legal Aid attorneys to expunge your criminal records—completely free for attendees.

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