Wednesday September 21

The weather today will be mostly sunny—highs in the upper 70s and a low of 57. Southwest winds of around 5 to 10 mph. The chance of rain is 5%.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has launched the “Just Serve” initiative, an annual monthlong initiative to promote service and volunteerism statewide (through October 10).

US Cellular has donated 25 wireless hotspots and two years of service to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington County in Western Maryland.

Here’s a photo I snapped on my way home last night:

After a two-year pause due to the Covid pandemic, First United Bank & Trust will continue to host its 22nd Annual Hot Dogs for Hospice on Friday, September 23, at the First United Grantsville Community Office at 157 Main Street.

A Reunification Drill will be held today at CARC at Garrett College. There will be two drills conducted: The first one begins at 1:00 PM, and the second begins at 2:30 PM. The purpose of the reunification drill is so that GCPS and emergency personnel will be able to make the parent-student reunification process as safe and efficient as possible in the event that GCPS would experience a violent critical incident.

The Joan Crawford Lecture Series is today at 6:00 PM. Dr. Rich Midcap presents “The Complicated History of U.S. Presidential Succession: The Changing Role of the American Vice President.”

Join Oakland Library for a respectful mutual discussion of the events going on in the world today, moderated by Director Thomas Vose. Talk about what matters to you and share opinions with people in the real world in a civil, friendly environment!

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