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Wicomico Libraries to kick off summer reading program - 6/15

WICOMICO PUBLIC LIBRARIES KICKS OFF SUMMER READING PROGRAM 

Wicomico Public Libraries is excited to announce its Summer Reading Program for 2017. This year’s theme is “Build a Better World.”  The Summer Reading Program kicks off on Wednesday, June 28 ... [read more]

Pollinator week - 6/15

It is all about the Pollinators at the Salisbury Zoo on June 24th!

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Habitat partners with youth ministry leaders - 6/23
On Monday June 26 and Tuesday June 27, 2017, Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County will be collaborating with over 70 youth ministry leaders from over five different states, as part of their inspiring week of serving, learning, worship and fellowship.  The Lott Carey International Youth Ministry has chosen HFHWC as o ... [read more]
School of Rock - 7/5
Simon and Garfunkel, Hall and Oates, Sonny and Cher … and Cawthern and Hansen? Three famous rock duos … and one about to make a name for themselves on an adventure halfway around the world.
Salisbury University’s Dr. Thomas Cawthern, an assistant professor in the Geography and Geosciences Department, is teaming up with Salisbury Middle School s ... [read more]
USSSA Eastern World Series returns - 7/5
Maryland’s Eastern Shore Preps for Return of the USSSA Eastern World Series
 
Salisbury, MD – Nearly 6,000 softball players will soon be on the lower Eastern Shore for the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Eastern World Series. 
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Wicomico County Public Schools extended hours - 7/8

Wicomico families can take advantage of extended evening and weekend hours to visit the Department of Student and Family Services of Wicomico County Public Schools for important paperwork this summer.

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Foundation seeks community needs grant applications - 7/14

Foundation Seeks Community Needs Grant Apps 

Lower Shore Nonprofits may Apply until August 1st

June 29, 2017 – Salisbury, Md. –  The next round of funding from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore ( ... [read more]

Traffic advisory Aug. 24 - 8/16
Salisbury University Police have issued a traffic advisory on Camden Avenue between College Avenue and Pine Bluff Road from 6 a.m.-2 p.m.Thursday, August 24, as approximately 1,200 new students and their parents come to campus for Move-In Day. 
Non-U ... [read more]
National Preparedness Month - 9/3
In observance of September as National Preparedness Month, David Shipley, Director, Wicomico County Department of Emergency Services encourages you to prepare an emergency plan for your family. This year’s theme is “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead - YOU CAN” Communities are vulnerable to any number of hazards or threatening situations. These can include incidents caused ... [read more]
Representatives of medical cannabis dispensary to speak - 9/7
The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its General Membership Luncheon September 21. The event will feature Anthony Darby and Dr. Mary Pat Hoffman, the CEO and read more]
Minorities in Agriculture Leadership Institute at UMES - 9/16
UMES invites area high school students to Minorities in Agriculture Leadership Institute 
            PRINCESS ANNE (September 11, 2017) – The Fourth Annual Junior Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) Leadership Institute returns to Princ ... [read more]
Free kidney health assessment - 10/1
NKF Providing Free Kidney Health Assessment at Wicomico
County Public Schools Employee Health and Wellness Fair, Oct. 20
 
Brief questionnaire & simple measurements will identify adults at risk for kidne ... [read more]
Pemberton Park Pumpkin Tour - 10/4
Enter a pumpkin and take this year’s Pemberton Park Pumpkin Tour
 
SALISBURY, Md. – Calling all pumpkin carvers and decorators – it’s time to start planning a Pemberton Park Pumpkin Tour display. The tour returns on read more]
 

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