What’s Happening Today – April 20, 2018
When babies are born, we hope to see them begin their lives well. But, this is unfortunately not the case for many babies across the country and even right here on the peninsula. Today, we speak to Donna Malone, chair of the lower shore event March for Babies. We talk to her about what inspired her to become involved with the March of Dimes, how the march is impacting the lives of newborns, and how the community can get involved. If you would like to participate in the March for Babies, events will be held across Delmarva.
- Salisbury on Sunday, April 22 at the Moose Lodge
- Hurlock on Sunday, May 6 at Preston Auto
- Onancock on Sunday, May 6 at the Historic School
- Dover on Sunday, May 20 at the Legislative Mall
Ever wish you could fix your smile without the bulk of braces? Delmarva Dental Services can help! Dr. Leigh Auchey of Delmarva Dental Services explains to us how it is invisible braces work and the many benefits of having straight teeth.
The sweet sounds of jazz welcome us to the weekend today as 5th Avenue Jazz takes the Mid South Audio stage to perform some of their original music for us. After each playing with big names, they came together to form the trio that is 5th Avenue Jazz. You wont want to miss this!
With big word day around the corner, DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield decided to go to the campus if Salisbury University to see what big words some of the students on campus enjoy using. The answers she got were intriguing.