Today on DelmarvaLife –
Today is the first Rising Tide event of 2018. If you haven’t made it out to donate, you have until 7 p.m. You can drop off items to be put in care packages for troops overseas through Operation We Care.
We’re looking for items like Baby Wipes, Body Wash, Granola Bars, Lip Balm, Canned Pasta, Hot Chocolate Packets, a Deck of Cards, Dental Floss. Non-aerosol Deodorant, Disposable Razors, Gum, Breath Mints, Ink Pens, Instant Oatmeal, Microwave Popcorn, Toaster Pastries – Personal items that our troops can use when they are in locations with limited means.
Celebrating Delmarva is easy when there are so many great people who live here; one of those people is Brian Spicer. You may know him from his appearances on DelmarvaLife and his commercials for Spicer Brothers Construction. Today, we get to know the man behind the company. From how he threw in all the chips to start his company, to why you may see him break out in song at any moment, we learn it all.
We’re also learning about how movement is medicine, especially after you’ve suffered an injury and have to have surgery. 102-5, WBOC’s Corey Phoebus stops by Atlantic Physical Therapy to see how they’re using the latest technology to get you healed and back to an active life in no time.
We’re also trying to help the many people on Delmarva who are looking for work. We’re talking to Vice President of Bes-temps, Stacy Leone; and Talent Acquisition Manager with Royal Farms, Valarie Gargano to learn about the upcoming WBOC job fair. Dozens of companies, hundreds of positions open, and one goal — to find that perfect person to fill their void. It will be on Saturday, March 3rd from 10 a.m to 4 p.m at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown.
On the Mid-South Audio stage this afternoon, where we are introducing you to a young woman with drive, Asia Hobbs. Her love for music inspired her to create a recording studio in her bedroom! You’ll get to hear for yourself, her practicing has really paid off!