What’s Happening Today – August 1, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Over in Hurlock, Annie Trice runs Courageous Hearts Horsemanship which gives therapeutic riding for those with mental and physical disabilities. Visitors enjoy seeing the animals which include horses, donkeys, rabbits, and even alpacas.
After her son overdosed, Debbie Wessels organized this summer’s Redemption Run 5K. By running (or walking) the event, participants are raising awareness of drug abuse while also taking comfort in the fact they’re not alone in the battle against drugs.
A professional basketball coach is bringing his expertise to the courts at UMES. Coach Jason Crafton has joined the UMES staff and teaches the student athletes the importance of playing with heart over playing with ambition.
Contender Academy is defying the odds by training the blind and handicapped to play soccer! Kennedy Wilson and Sarah Phillips teach young students to overcome their shortcomings by playing to their strengths.
The hottest month of the year brings the most varied event of the year with the Caroline/Dorchester County Fair! In the studio, 4-H members Marcella and Rachel describe some exhibits involved and their favorite parts of the event.
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