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Good morning people of the laurel! It’s me again, Alexis Goring, your Laurel Daily host.

First, today’s weather:

abundant sun. High: 54 Low: 30.

Here are Laurel’s top four stories today:

  1. animal rights activists gathered outside Laurel Park to Protest Saturday. a race It was Suspended after the death of eight horses In the past two weeks. horses evolved injuries It must be Euthanized. horse racing (a group of activists) h animal defense And A call for help nationwide. (CBS Baltimore)

  2. Dr. Monica Goldson, CEO of Prince George’s County Public Schools, recently reported a $2.6 billion proposed budget For the fiscal year 2023. Focuses on educational and operational improvement of PGCPS through transformation, equity and innovation. The proposed annual operating budget proposal for fiscal year 2023 reflects the Board of Education’s budget priorities, supports the PGCPS 2026 Transformation Strategic Plan and addresses strategies to close underfunding based on approximately The 9,000 student gap in expected and actual enrollment. (PGCPS)

  3. Roy Rogersto popularity fast food chainAnd Opened his newest website Earlier this month in Student Union Stamp Dining Hall inside University of Maryland College Park Campus. The restaurant serves a full list Of roast beef, burgers and chicken. (WTOP)

  4. Governor Larry Hogan Recently announced, according to CDC official dataAnd 90% of all Maryland residents age 18 and older have now received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. This is the head teacher for the state vaccination campaign. Hogan said the state was “very focused on vaccinating the remaining unvaccinated individuals.” (Maryland.gov)

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Today in Laurel:

  • Boxing training and fitness – Learn, sharpen and upgrade your boxing skills and knowledge through strong training and fitness. (12:30 pm – 4:00 pm)

  • Snoopy: Pasadena, Green Turtle with artist Katie Dietrich! –Join artist Katie Dietrich, owner of Welcome to Neverland School of Imagination, at The Greene Turtle. The ticket includes a 12″ x 12″ canvas. Katie will guide you through the creative process. The ticket includes technical materials and instructions only. Learn how to draw and create a masterpiece! (6:00 pm)

  • 14th Street Holiday Run / Walk + Social with Oofos and Brooks – Join Pacers 14th for a vacation or walk to the Christmas trees in downtown DC. Feel free to dress up in festive clothes! Borrow a pair of Brooks pilot shoes for running, and a pair of Oofos for socializing at the store after your run. After the race, join Oofos and Brooks for a beer and head back to the shop. (6:30 pm)

  • Microphone check with gray west – Drag and comedy show in the ninth issue (7:00 pm to 8:00 pm)

  • View seller in Annapolis Mall– Attend this event in Annapolis. (10:00 AM to 8:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Prince George’s County Police: Elf Santa (the first section of the community) was busy unloading thousands of toys in preparation for this year’s Toys For Tots event. There’s still time to donate a new or unwrapped toy to make a child smile this Christmas. (Instagram)

  • Al-Ghar Police Department: CAFY Media is a 24/7 emergency helpline for domestic violence and mental health services. (Facebook social networking site)

  • Laurel City Department of Economic and Community Development: Good news for Main Street Laurel! Governor Hogan announced nearly $63 million in state revitalization program awards. One of the projects that will be funded is the Laurel City Main Street Facade Improvement Grant Program. This award will provide an additional $50,000 to the Façade Grant Program which aims to provide funds to owners of commercial and residential property in the Main Street area. (Facebook social networking site)

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Alexis Goring

About me: My name is Alexis A. Goring. I’m based in the Bowie area and have a pulse for people, news, and featured stories! I worked as a freelance writer/editor/correcter in the media industry for 15 years. I’m also a published author, seasoned blogger, and 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.

This article originally appeared on Laurel Patch

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