What’s Happening Today – April 3, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Breaking through barriers and going from impossible to possible. That’s what Jay Liesener did before he died in November, 2017. Liesener was paralyzed following a trampoline accident in 1989. His life inspired the Surfgimp Foundation which is dedicated to helping people with disabilities participate in adaptive sports and other activities. This week, the Surfgimp Foundation is getting some help from Max Challenge of Lewes with Max Day of Giving.
If you are looking for a job, here’s something to consider. The demand for most trades is strong and getting stronger. We’re talking about trade jobs associated with construction, the mechanical trades, and industrial occupations, like welding. Mindy Allen-Townsend of A & A companies, and Operations Manager with Coastal Comfort, Lacey Coleman give us insight on jobs in trades.
We love introducing you to the talented doctors at Peninsula Regional Medical Center who have dedicated their career and their lives to helping others. In the month’s round of “Driving with Docs,” we get to know Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Lawrence Shombert. He’s a new face at the hospital, but as DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield found out, once you meet him, it’s like you’ve known him your entire life.
This past weekend, we got a little taste of what’s ahead weather-wise. In fact, many busted out their shorts and flip-flops when the temperature was pushing 80 degrees. But, are you truly spring ready? The experts at About Faces Day Spa and Salon put together a checklist of services and products you may want to consider to make sure, along with the sun, you shine too.
We step into the Kirby and Holloway kitchen to talk spring cleaning. “The Cleaning Girl,” Kelly Jones shows us to put a fun twist on the task using vodka. She also share tips for clearing the clutter.
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.