What’s Happening Today – December 4, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
It’s National Cookie Day, and whether you like them crunchy or soft and gooey, it’s okay to be caught with your hand in the cookie jar.
A Salisbury first grader was greeted with fanfare as he returned to school after beating cancer for the second time. We meet Junior Rodriguez-Zamudio and his father to hear his story.
It’s easy to give someone hope this holiday season, just roll up your sleeve and give blood. Tony Prado with Blood Bank of Delmarva tells us why the need is so critical this time of year and how donating could win you a trip to Cancun.
It’s peak oyster season and Suicide Bridge Restaurant in Hurlock is shelling out exciting dishes. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli pays them a visit.
Winter WonderFEST is open in Milton. It’s an opportunity to celebrate the season while raising money for local charities. Winter WonderFEST Executive Director, Peter Briccotto gives us a rundown of all the family fun.
Katie takes us to a train-lover’s dream at the Delmarva Model Railroad Club in Delmar.
We announce another three winners in our Holiday Guide Giveaway! You could win one of more than 80 daily prizes to many of your favorite local businesses. Plus, with our holiday coupons, you can save money on gifts for the entire family. To enter our Holiday Guide, to read the rules, or to check out the incredible savings, click here.
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