What’s Happening Today – February 5, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
When we say Salisbury is a nice place to live, we mean it in more ways than you might think. The city was named the first World Kindness City USA in October. Today, Salisbury’s Secretary of Kindness Grace Foxwell Murdock and Salisbury Mayor Jake Day talk about what that means.
The Cape Henlopen Educational Foundation is holding its biggest fundraiser this weekend. Winter Jam ’20 will take place Friday night at The Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach. We learn more about the program and how it helps students learn beyond the textbook.
One of Delmarva’s first 5K races of 2020 is happening at Delaware Tech‘s Terry Campus in Dover. The Chocolate 5K is a combination of a fun run and lots of chocolate. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli gives us a preview.
Calling all artists! Crisfield Arts and Entertainment District is looking for submissions in a contest to design art bike racks. The group’s coordinator, Jennifer Merritt; and Katarina Ennerfelt of Arcon Welding in Salisbury talk about the contest that offers cash prizes.
February is heart month and it’s vital to take care of your heart whether you have had issues, or not. Many heart patients or patients at risk are doing just that through PRMC‘s Cardiac Rehab Program. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be sharing stories of how this program is improving lives. It’s part of PRMC’s Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Preventative Cardiology Department. We start by introducing you to Debbie Poole, of Salisbury. Debbie entered the program 25 years ago for general wellness.
Jen Sorrell of Island Creamery in is the DelmarvaLife kitchen to talk about an exciting new partnership that will make DelmarvaLife Occasions FREE to our viewers. We also get to make ice cream sundaes.
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