Compass Regional Hospice to Offer Two Grief Support Groups; Begin in March

Compass Regional Hospice is offering two new grief support groups for individuals, 18 and older, who have experienced any type of loss. Both groups will meet every Tuesday, beginning on March 20 through May 8, 2018. The grief support group in Caroline County will meet from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at St. Luke’s United […]

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Compass Regional Hospice nurse receives Hospice Caregivers Award

Chris Clough, RN, a case manager for Compass Regional Hospice, is the most recent recipient of the Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Hospice Caregivers Award. Clough was nominated by a patient’s family member to recognize her commitment to compassionate and personalized end‐of‐life care. Each staff member is committed to the mission of Compass Regional Hospice, which […]

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Adkins Arboretum Offers Landscape Design Workshop March 3, 2018

Register for Adkins Arboretum’s Landscape Design Workshop on Saturday, March 3, 2018 and learn how to transform your property into an attractive landscape with year-round interest and beauty. Offered again by popular demand, this all-day workshop will address typical challenges of homeowners in the Chesapeake Bay region. Five experienced landscape designers and avid gardeners will […]

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Friday Nites in Caroline presents Colonel Richardson High School’s Revolution Blues

Caroline County’s concert season moves to the Caroline County Public Library’s Federalsburg Branch on Friday, March 2nd at 7:00 pm, and features Colonel Richardson High School’s own Revolution Blues. Admission is free. Revolution Blues is comprised of students and faculty of Colonel Richardson High School. Their musical focus ranges from Wilson Pickett to Buddy Guy, […]

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Greensboro Library to offer DIY Organic Bath Products Class

Craft your own organic bath products in this class, with expert instruction from Licensed Esthetician/Skin Therapist and Mosaic Skin & Body owner Loretta Pierce. Participants will learn about natural organic bath products and essential oils and have the opportunity to customize their crafts to their taste. The products range from body scrubs to bath bombs […]

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"The Scout" (top), by Baltimore artist Karen Klinedinst, is one of a trio of photographs that received first prize in Adkins Arboretum's nineteenth Juried Art Show.

Discovering the Native Landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Adkins Arboretum’s 2018 Juried Art Show, on View through March 30, 2018

There’s a powerful sense of the spirit of the Eastern Shore in Discovering the Native Landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Adkins Arboretum’s nineteenth annual Juried Art Show. On view in the Arboretum Visitor’s Center through March 30, the show celebrates the Arboretum’s conservation mission and captures multiple aspects of our landscapes and waterscapes, from the […]

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Maryland Department of Health Launches Opioid Awareness Campaigns

Baltimore, MD (January 26, 2018) Public Education to Combat Statewide Opioid Epidemic The Maryland Department of Health today announced two multi-media advertising campaigns to help raise awareness and combat the state’s opioid epidemic. In an effort to reduce the rate of overdose deaths among Marylanders through increased public education, the Department’s Behavioral Health Administration’s first […]

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Adkins Arboretum Awarded Funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to Upgrade and Increase Accessibility of Living Collections Database

The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded funding in the amount of $25,000 to Adkins Arboretum to upgrade and increase the accessibility of its Living Collections Database. These funds were awarded through IMLS’s largest competitive grant program, Museums for America, in the category of collections stewardship. Adkins Arboretum is considered a living […]

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Photo: Ruth Clausen

Learn to Attract Pollinators February 14, 2018 with Horticulturist Ruth Clausen

Most people realize that our food supply would be compromised completely without bees, butterflies, wasps, bats and other pollinators whose very existence is threatened by climate change, decreasing habitat and pesticide use. The good news, however, is that gardens planted with native plants can help to slow the decline of these critical creatures. On Wednesday […]

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