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Beware: Work-at-home job scams

The Consumer Protection Division of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General offers the following information to help Marylanders protect themselves from becoming a victim of work-at-home job scams. Offers that promise a way to make money working at home can be very appealing. You should be careful, however, that you don’t fall victim to…

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Learn to manage challenges of chronic pain

Learn to self-manage the challenges of living with chronic pain. A chronic pain self-management program will be held Thursdays, May 2 to June 6, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, at First Baptist Church in Princess Anne. This program is free. To register, call 410-742-0505 ext. 159 or email jak@macinc.org.

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Dispose of expired, unused prescriptions safely

Did you know that flushing unused or expired prescription medications can be harmful to the environment, and possibly even contaminate groundwater in your area? Saturday, April 27, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, and numerous sites on the Lower Shore offer a safe and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs.

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Help make Seniors Count in upcoming census

The 2020 Census is coming! Learn more about the U.S. Census, why it is vitally important to communities across the nation, and how you can help make the census a success, by attending “2020 Census Community Complete Count Committee Briefing.” The session will be held at MAC on Wednesday, April 24, beginning at 2 p.m.

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Public warned of fraudulent phone calls

The Office of the Inspector General has issued the following FRAUD ADVISORY regarding phone calls from people claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. IG Warns Public About Fraudulent Phone Calls Threatening Arrest or Legal Action The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is urging citizens to remain vigilant of telephone…

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