Monday November 16

Yesterday was warm, but it actually looked like winter – gray, very windy, cloudy with some rain.  Today will be partly sunny, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high only near 41 degrees. Breezy, with a west wind 16 to 21 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. Tonight we have a chance of snow showers after 1:00 am. Increasing clouds, with a low around 32. West wind 14 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Bundle-up folks.

Garrett County on Friday announced a new relief program to help restaurants in the county that have been impacted by the pandemic.  This sounds really helpful and should be welcome news for local food service establishments.  Here’s the scoop.

Here’s an interesting, heart-warming story about “Uncle Jimmy” and his move cross country to be with relatives during the age of COVID.  I know of some local friends and families, including some readers, that have or are considering combining households due to the pandemic and thought this might be useful.  Enjoy.

Here’s a cool and unique photo from Debbie Workman taken on one of our county roads in the last few days. Thanks for sharing Dot.  Nice work.

DOT debbie workman 11-15-20

Fall Road

Mary Callis at Garrett Lakes Arts Festival (GLAF) invites all to GLAF’s virtual annual meeting on Nov 19th, at 5:00 pm: Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 984 7358 3803 Passcode: 374961

Calling all data geeks (like me!): You can now get the latest information on the most recent updates made to the U.S. Census Bureau’s new data platform, Join them for this brief and highly focused webinar where their presenter will cover code releases, new available data sets, new features and functionality, and where you can find helpful resources. Here’s the link for more information on this short webinar scheduled for 2:00 pm on November 19th.

Have a wonderful, safe and productive Monday dear readers…


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