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We wish to take a few minutes to tell you how much we enjoy your little

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Re: Long-Distance Art, Feb. 21, 2019;

www.bayweekly.com/node/47342

Our round-robin painting is complete and has returned home to Maryland

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White Privilege Did And Does Exist
      I’m responding to Barbara Palmieri’s letter of February 21, 2019. I’m even older than Ms. Palmieri, and therefore remember some attitudes and ideas that were commonly accepted as truisms not so long ago. 
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Where All Those Gulls are Going
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Help Local Pharmacies Survive
        The survival of small independent pharmacies is very important to their communities. The small independent pharmacy provides free counseling to their customers, participates in local community activities and affairs, helping their local fire department, schools and other organizations.
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Welcome Maria Price and Gardening for Health
     I’ve been missing the advice of the late Dr. Gouin, and was so happy to see Maria Price in your pages to keep up our garden spirits. Already have ordered her recommended viburnum, and tried the timely ginger tea recipe. Looking forward to continued wanderings in company of Ms. Price 
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Make That And an &
Re: www.bayweekly.com/node/46745
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21 New Captains; Will You Be Next?

      Twenty one students graduated in December from Charter Captain Courses. They earned their certificates in the 12-week course taught by Captains Ken Daniel and Bill Tyndall of Cambridge. Graduation was held on the Dorothy Megan paddle wheeler at Suicide Bridge Restaurant.
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New Quilt of Valor Warms ­Centenarian Kermit Dyke
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PG Shelter Volunteer Training Packed
      Kudos to the animal-loving Bay Weekly readers who showed up at the Prince George’s County animal shelter in Upper Marlboro three days before Christmas. I was nervous heading to the shelter this morning, but my hopes were high. Bay Weekly and its readers made me proud :-)
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