What’s Happening Today – April 16, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
For many parents, getting their child to read a book is simple. In fact, it’s not unusual for their little one to curl up and get lost in a great story but, for other parents, getting their children to read can seem like a chore. Lana DiFebo McTavish, a first grade teacher at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Berlin, talks about ways to get your child to read and love it.
Today’s edition of “Ask the Doc” tackles spring allergies, PMS, oat milk, and how to make a scar less noticeable. PRMC‘s Dr. Chris Snyder answers viewers questions.
Leaving your earthly possessions to loved ones is pretty customary, but you can also leave money, big or small, to charities. Attorney Christophe Clark Emmert with Tunnell and Raysor in Georgetown talks about how charitable giving can be written into your will or trust.
The town of Chincoteague has been nominated in a USA Today Contest for “Best Coastal Small Town.” Joanne Moore, the marketing and events coordinator with the Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce talks about the nomination and how you can vote more than once. Click here to vote.
Community members and fellow police officers have come together to help Fruitland Police Officer Spencer Wiersberg during his fight with cancer. You can help, too by attending the Inaugural Wiersberg Ball. There will be dinner, live music, prizes, and lots of fun. The Wiersberg Ball is Thursday, April 18th at 7 p.m. at Kylan Barn in Delmar. Tickets are only $25 and can be purchased by clicking here.
Chef Tashena Burton, the owner of “The Lunch Box” in Princess Anne (located inside the Kash & Karry on Somerset Avenue), makes her debut in the Kirby & Holloway Kitchen. She’s making a dish that would be suitable to serve for breakfast, lunch, or dinner: Butter Home-Styled Potatoes.
Butter Home-Styled Potatoes
5 or 6 whole potatoes
3 large spoonfuls of butter
1 each yellow, red, orange, green pepper
Boil and soften the potatoes. Add diced turkey bacon, peppers and butter to softened potatoes. Let flavors mesh and when they are to your liking, serve and enjoy.
The Rockawalkin Community Hall Easter Pie Bake is this week. You still have time to get in an order for pickup on Thursday, April 18th. You can choose from apple, blueberry, cherry, or peach. The cost is $12 per pie. Call Tom Field at 410-430-4516.
Do you know someone who has a birthday or wedding anniversary coming up? A great way to celebrate is with a DelmarvaLife Occasion. Submit your occasion here.