Walktober promotes health / safety + PGCPS follows new COVID rules
Have a nice Saturday Laurel folks! Let’s catch up with you all to start with an informed note today.
First the weather today:
Mostly sunny and pleasant. High: 78 Low: 54.
Here are the four most important stories in Laurel today:
- Past the wire) 2 years old gelding who is a undefeated stakes winner, brought in Two-race winning streak in the Laurel Futurity at Laurel Park with $ 150,000 on Saturday. His stakes win came on the same surface and the same distance on August 31st Kitten’s Joy at Colonial DownS.. However, it is future will be his biggest test so far. (
- Michael Schraders Robin Sparkles adjusted to them return to the stakes competition with a 1¼ length win in the eighth race on Thursday Laurel Park. Ridden by Mychel Sanchez to the Belmont Park based trainer Bruce Brown, Robin Sparkles completed 5 ½ stages in 1: 02.32 Optional on a fixed all-along lawn course on the third level Eligibility for aid to the filly and Mares 3 and older. (laurelpark.com)
- Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) shared on September 30th, Prince George’s Department of Health updated guidance on quarantine and testing rules for schools. Schools started this week Pooled random tests of students regardless of symptoms and vaccination status. parents and Guardian must be made available approval before testing. Additionally, Vaccination certificate for all student-athletes over 12 years of age is required for participation in all Sports. (PGCPS)
- Governor Larry Hogan recently issued a mdot.maryland.gov/walktober. (Maryland.gov) October as “Walktober“in recognition Maryland’s official exercise–walk-for his Bless you, recreation, and Transport advantages. The month-long celebration contains Walk Maryland Day At Oct 6, as well as a Walktober webinar series focused on Pedestrian protection, enter, and Bless you. Participants can also register hikes that they undertake alone or with others on this website.
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- Laurel Police Station: Join us in congratulating Kevin O’Neil on his promotion! He was recently promoted to corporal. We take pride in all of the hard work and dedication to the town of Laurel he continues to show. (Facebook)
- Prince George County Police: October is domestic violence awareness month. Domestic violence affects many in our community and our country. Please listen to this important message from Major Gomez who oversees our domestic violence department. (Instagram)
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– Alexis Goering
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