What’s Happening Today – April 2, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
World War II ended more than 70 years ago, which means stories of the war are dying with the brave veterans who saw history as it was happening. David Miller, Jr. of Greenwood is making sure he can document as much as he can to keep that history alive, and he’s looking for other young people to help him with his mission through an organization called L&W Veteran’s Remembrance Society. To help David, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or attend his event this Friday.
Collaboration and education are just two factors that play into the recovery process for young adults seeking treatment through Sun Behavioral, and the team there has realized it is working. Hear how the programs there use many factors to treat, and help people recover, as we continue to fight the opioid epidemic.
A camp offered by Brandywine Valley SPCA, Georgetown helps give homeless animals on Delmarva the love they need until they find their “happily ever after.” We talk with Walt Fenstermacher, Director of Operations, about the shelter’s mission and what it takes to give shelter animals the care and attention they need to become adoptable.
We’re having a little fun in the Kirby and Holloway kitchen to celebrate National Peanut Butter and Jelly day. Syd and Corey create some “interesting” variations of the classic sandwich.
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