You probably remember when our dear friend, the late Chef Matt Haley, won the James Beard Foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year Award, before he died in an accident while delivering stoves to a Nepali village.
Congratulations to former Queen Anne’s County Commissioner and County Administrator Mark Belton on being selected by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to be the next Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources.
The Freedom Rowers have a spring session Information and Registration Night. All 13-18-year-old and their parents from Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline and Queen Anne’s counties are invited to attend.
If bicycling is more your speed, the Friends of the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge will be on their Seventh Annual Wild Goose Chase in May. Originally a one-day ride, the Goose Chase has turned into a two-day festival!
If you like shooting things that whiz by while you’re outdoors, you’re going to love the Greensboro Lions Club Eighth Annual Sporting Clays Tournament Saturday, February 28, in Henderson.
But if you’d rather be indoors, there’s a fundraiser this Monday evening at the Easton Bowling Center. The price for shoes and bowling has been reduced, and half of sales will go to support Tallywags Films of St. Michaels.
If you’re a part of the Mid-Atlantic Branch of the Second Indianhead Division Association, the annual reunion in May for all veterans in the Army’s Second Infantry Division will be in Pennsylvania.
And when the spring time finally returns, we can all look forward to watching kids playing on the slide. And some of us old goats will probably enjoy it, too: