Today on DelmarvaLife –
Call it Muskrat Monday. Main Street Princess Anne launched “Muskrat Love,” a way to promote the strong local heritage of hunting and trapping muskrat, in and around Princess Anne. Beginning on Valentine’s Day, Princess Anne visitors can grab some cool new souvenirs, including postcards, vinyl stickers, and buttons. If public response is enthusiastic, additional items may be available in the future. Main Street Princess Anne manager Carrie Samis joins us to talk about the new campaign and tells a real muskrat love story.
The muskrat love continues in the DelmarvaLife kitchen as Katie is joined by Renee Mears of Bubby’s Wing Shack in Princess Anne to cook up some muskrat and all the fixins.
Author, Dr. Corinne M. Litzenberg joins us to talk about her children’s book about grief. “Ice Cream Cones and Heart Stones: A Child’s Grief Journey,” is a subtle approach to bringing up loss and death. Dr. Litzenberg will have a book signing on Sat, February 15 at Lewes Gifts on Second Street in Lewes.
Worcester County Health Department kicks of the “Have a Vision For Your Health 2020” campaign. It’s actually a bundle of wellness programs and projects with a common theme aimed at helping residents of Worcester County take control of their health and help prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, cancers, and obesity. The Worcester County Health Department website also has a Community Health Assessment Survey.
It’s Most Wanted Monday. Lt. Tim Robinson of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Department has a list of six fugitives. If you can provide information that leads to their arrest, you could be awarded cash.
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