Kent, MD

Kent County Businesses Raised Money for the Community Food Pantry

March 3, 2010
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Salon, Mimi's Closet, and Cecelia's Botanicals joined forces for a New Year, New You event to raise money for the Community Food Pantry.
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Sporting Clays Tournament benefiting the Tim Kern Memorial Foundation

March 3, 2010
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The TK Sporting Clays Tournament will be held at the Hopkins Game Farm in Kennedyville, Maryland on Saturday, March 27th. The management team at the Hopkins Game Farm is extremely excited to be hosting the tournament again this year.
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“Clue” at KCHS

March 2, 2010
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At Kent County High School - Drama Production "Clue"
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Kent County MD to Close School

March 1, 2010
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At a Special Meeting of the Kent County Board of Education it was decided to close one school and consolidate grades 6-8 into one Middle School.
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Organist Brian Jones in Chestertown on March 5th

February 28, 2010
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Emmanuel Church Concert Series presents an organ recital by Brian Jones. Emmanuel Church is located on the corner of Cross & High Streets in downtown Chestertown.
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Chestertown In The Eye of the Artist

February 25, 2010
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For centuries Chestertown has called to artists who find willing subjects in the handsome buildings, the beckoning river, the sidewalk scenes, and the surrounding natural beauty. In March Artworks showcases an eclectic variety of images in its downtown gallery, images that capture the spirit, energy, and heritage of this community. Selected artwork will be...
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A Town on the Bay

October 28, 2009
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Betterton is a small town of under 400 on the Chesapeake Bay. Looking at it today one would not know that during the 1st half of the 20th Century it was a summer resort with arcades and amusements for people to escape the heat of the cities of Baltimore and Philadelphia. There were...
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