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Yesterday started off misty, but turned into a nice day by the afternoon, and it is still unseasonably warm temperature-wise. If you want to see how beautiful the recent snowfall made the area, check out the video below.

Today’s weather will be rain, mainly after 10am; a high near 51 and a low around 48.

Here’s a great video from NBC4 Washington from a commercial shoot with the Chamber last week:

Sarah and I are pleased to announce that Deep Creek Times will be a sponsor of the upcoming Garrett Lakes Arts Festival (GLAF) fundraiser, “A Night on Broadway” The event will be held at the Garrett College Special Events Center on Saturday, March 30th from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Dinner will be catered by Savage River Lodge, with show tunes provided by the very talented Sean & Debi Beachy and Friends.  A silent auction will include a painting by Bob Yonke. Here’s the link for more information and ordering.

Dot Sisler asked us to post this invitation for her fundraiser in Grantsville on February 23rd in support of The American Cancer Society/Relay for Life. Here goes and happy to help Dot!

For a great cause…

The Garrett County Health Department has scheduled its next blood drive for Friday, February 15th, from 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm in the first floor conference room. To schedule an appointment, please download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App on your smart phone, call Venessa at 301.334.7730 or 301.895.3111, or visit www.redcrossblood.org. Walk-ins are also welcome.

The Property Owners’ Association of Deep Creek Lake needs YOUR help.  Senator George Edwards and Delegate Wendell Beitzel have introduced bills in the new legislative session to increase State’s Lakes Protection and Restoration Fund (SLPRF) funding to $3M/year and remove the “sunset” clause of three years. This is very important for the lake on a number of levels and our legislators need letters of support from YOU to help the cause. Here’s the link for more information and they even provide a sample letter. Thanks!