What’s Happening Today – January 15, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We have the incredible story of veterans abandoned, and the man committed to see them receive the tribute they deserve. Chris Hilliard, safety officer for Watson Funeral Home in Millsboro tells us what led to a ceremony to intern World War II veterans at the Veterans Cemetery in Millsboro on January 16th at 2 p.m.
Dover Public Library is having a winter reading program for all ages. We learn about that program and others.
What does it take to help a community grow? It takes a team that’s committed to that growth. We meet the team at SVN Miller Commercial Real Estate and hear how they navigate twists and turns to build a hometown we can all be proud of.
The annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Competition and Art Festival celebrates its 50th year this spring. The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University is opening a new exhibit featuring work from each of those years. We learn more about the exhibit from executive director, Kristin Sullivan.
DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli is on Tilghman Island, getting a lesson on the fascinating sport of falconry. She’s also becoming best buds with a winged beauty named Nova.
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