Today on DelmarvaLife –
Another example of hope when it comes to heart health. We meet Joyce Phillips. She suffered a heart attack and didn’t know it. Hear how the cardiac team at PRMC got involved to get Joyce on the road to recovery.
We meet Bill Shieves of Easton. He is beating the odds after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Find out how he’s providing hope for others through an organization called, Mid-Shore Pancreatic Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Rescue dogs are being trained to support veterans living the post traumatic stress disorder through U.S. Kennels, Inc. The organization runs solely on donations. Find out what they do and how you can help with an upcoming fundraiser called, “Flannel and Fizz.”
Seaford Volunteer Fire Department is holding its 26th Annual Toy and Train Show this weekend. The Toy & Train show is Saturday, February 22nd from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Adults are $3.00 and children under 12 are FREE with a paying adult. We learn more about the event from members Ronnie Marval and Daniel Howard.
DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli visit Boxcar40 in Pittsville to sample the fare and learn the history behind the restaurant’s name and building.
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