Deep Creek Daily Notes May 8

Monday, May 8, 2023: The weather today will be patchy fog this morning. Cloudy, with a chance of showers, with a slight chance of thunderstorms this morning, then partly sunny, with isolated showers this afternoon—highs in the upper 60s and a low of 54. West winds of around 10 to 15 mph. The chance of rain is 50%.

US vacation costs vary depending on factors like the type of travel and destination. A study found that 57% of 2022 summer vacationers paid more than expected, likely due to the rising US inflation rate.

Rural Maryland Council celebrated a legislative win for rural communities with the signing of HB596/SB511 Health and Human Services Transportation Act of 2023 on May 3rd. The bill enables the Rural Nonemergency Medical Transportation Pilot Program to coordinate transportation for eligible individuals to or from medical services through a nonprofit organization.

Garrett County Health Department’s low-cost rabies clinics for 2023 will start on May 22 and end on May 27. To prevent the threat of rabies, pet owners can bring their dogs, cats, and ferrets to the $5.00 per animal clinic in their area.

It’s Pizza Monday at Brenda’s! Join them for dine-in or carry-out and enjoy our delicious specials all day long.

Make sure to check out the exciting programs happening today at the Ruth Enlow Library branches, including Children’s Story Time and Creative Writing Group at Grantsville, as well as Cover2Cover: Adult Book Club at Kitzmiller. Anyone looking for a fun and educational experience is encouraged to join in on the festivities!

Also… Join Oakland Library today at 5:30 PM for a program on the iconic Marx Brothers. From their beginnings in Vaudeville to their post-group careers, learn about their impact on society and watch clips of their best scenes. Presented by John Damond, a reference librarian from the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore.

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