What’s Happening Today – August 10, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Financial scams have impacted 60 million people in the country, and the scams are becoming more complicated by the digital age. The elderly are often the prime targets. Jennifer Jones is a BSA and Compliance Officer with Provident State Bank. She talks about what kind of scams are out there and how to protect yourself from them. She’s also filling us in on PSB U, an online program to help people take precautions and increase their financial literacy.
Many local children won’t be ready for school because they don’t have a book bag or school supplies. WBOC and Safford Automotive need your help at the next Rising Tide event on Wednesday, August 15th from 7am-7pm. We’ll be collecting needed items (print the list below) at Safford Automotive in Salisbury, the Cambridge Marketplace parking lot in Cambridge plus at the WBOC offices in Milton and Dover. All items collected will given to the Fresh Start: Wicomico County Community Back to School Event, the Boys & Girls Club of Delaware, and Immanuel United Church of Christ of Cambridge to distribute to local children in need. To view the shopping list click here.
DelmarvaLife’s Lisa Bryant visited a Pathways for Veterans Wellness Center in West Ocean City. Pathways helps veterans with PTSD, or other symptoms that may keep them from enjoying life. It’s done through, what’s called, complementary alternative modalities.
The band “Sons of Pirates” performs on the Mid South Audio stage today. Together since 1998, the band plays beach party tunes.