Crab Cake Challenge + PGCPS produces a series of sports for high schools
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First, the weather forecast for the day:
Rather cloudy all day. High: 79 Low: 68.
Here are the four most popular stories today in Laurel:
- Jalen’s journey entered the winners circle for the Grade 3 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash To Laurier Park. The Rigling, 6, won by disqualification after interference from Wondrwherecraigis compromised Jalen Journey in the stretch. After the race, Feargal Lynch on Jalen Journey claimed a foul against Jevian Toledo on Wondrwherecraigis. Laurel’s stewards disqualified Wondrwherecraigis per second for interference in the stretch, which elevated Jalen Journey to winner issues G3. (Paulick Report)
- PG13, Prince George County Public Schools (PGCPS) high school sports series, returned for season six last week like athlete-scholarreturned to playground after two seasons impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. PGCPS in partnership with Visionary media productions to do PG13 showcase athlete-scientists, coaches, families and school communities in 13 episodes. Each episode features multidimensional stories, shot in a cinematic style, in four to seven minutes story arcs. Season Six premiered on September 13. (PGCPS)
- Yesterday (September 20), Governor Larry Hogan announcement $ 16.8 million in grants To Support bicycle, pedestrian, and trail improvements through 42 projects across Maryland. Package includes $ 12.4 million in federal funding through the Alternative Transportation Program (TAP), $ 1 million through the Recreational Trails Program (RTP), and almost $ 3.4 million in state funding from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT). The subsidy programs allow the State to support local partners and create new opportunities to expand Maryland’s transportation network. (Maryland.gov)
- A delegation of FIFA officials arrived Sunday and embarked on a tour of Baltimore assess M&T Bank Stadium and the potential of the city to welcome World Cup 2026. Colin Smith, FIFA Tournaments and Events Manager, say it organization will assess Baltimore homes. The delegation will also be weigh the city’s balance sheet to host other major events, such as marathon, as good as public transport and the Baltimore / Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport, the potential access point in Baltimore for teams and fans from all over the world. (WYPR)
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Today in Laurier:
- 2021 Crab Cake Challenge – Crab cakes and crab soup tasting exhibition. Taste local food, beer and wine. Sample the area’s best crab cakes, cream of crab and crab soup in Maryland at the 7th annual Maryland’s Top Crab Cake Challenge. (4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)
- Learn to curl– Try the roaring game! For $ 60, you’ll learn all aspects of curling, including how to throw a rock, sweeping, strategy, and basic etiquette. Beat the rush to embark on your Olympic dream! (7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)
- Free acupuncture with Community Health Initiative (CHI) – Masters level acupuncture students, under the supervision of licensed and experienced teachers, provide safe and effective ear therapy. (5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.)
- Outdoor full moon plant yoga (Flow) —A flow practice taking the time to breathe deeply in each asana and listen to the body in full awareness. Timeless strength-focused posture sequences with the ability to build up some warmth. Encourage mindful breathing in relation to lengthening and deepening each stretch. Connection to nature will be explored with seasonal traditions, rhythms and sacred teachings of plants. (6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.)
- Volleyball vs. International Langley – CMIT Academy Nord – Elementary public charter (6.30 p.m.)
- Laurel Police Department: The Laurel Police Department is proud to announce the swearing-in of two new officers. Officer Kenyone Malone and Officer Timothy Sherman have become the newest members of the Laurel Police family. (Facebook)
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– Alexis Göring
About me: My name is Alexis A. Goring. I am a resident of the Bowie area with a pulse for people, news and reporting! I worked as a freelance writer / editor / proofreader in the media industry for 15 years. I am also a published author, a seasoned blogger, and the founder of Writer at Heart Editorial Services. Visit my website for more details about me and my work. Here is the link: https://alexisagoring.jimdofree.com.
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