Monday May 4

Saturday was a nice day at the lake.  Sunday, less so, with some showers in the afternoon.  Today will be mostly sunny, with a high near 53 degrees and a northwest wind of 13 to 17 mph. Monday night will see Increasing clouds, with a low around 36.

Maryland continues to see increases in confirmed cases and deaths from the coronavirus, but Saturday showed a slight decline in hospitalizations, which state officials have said is key to eventually easing restrictions. There were 989 new cases in Maryland reported on Sunday. Hopefully, we will see a positive trend develop in coming days.

Garrett County celebrated and thanked our Healthcare Heroes on Saturday.  Here’s a link to some nice photos of many of them.  Thanks folks for all you do to keep us safe and our community great!

HART sent this over: #GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity that will take place tomorrow, May 5th – in addition to the regularly scheduled December #GivingTuesday – as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. Help HART continue their mission to save the lives of homeless animals. To donate, you can visit their website, or by mail to HART, P.O. Box 623, McHenry, MD 21541, or by calling them at 301.387.7729. Please help the fur-balls if you can!

Here’s a look at HART’s numbers year-to-date through April:
Low-Cost/No-Cost Spays & Neuters: 216
Rescue & Transports: 186
Adoptions: 66

Maryland Humanities has announced a $500,000 CARES Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Emergency Relief Grants Fund.  This is a new funding opportunity for Maryland nonprofits who offer humanities programming as a significant part of their mission. The goal of this new fund is to help sustain Maryland’s infrastructure to ensure that organizations can continue to provide opportunities for public humanities programming and civic learning in Maryland’s diverse communities.

Have a great, productive and healthy Monday folks…



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