Today on DelmarvaLife –
A community comes together to save a 74-year-old Salisbury woman from losing her home. We hear Miss Edna’s story from Molly Hilligoss and Sheri Ewing of Habitat for Humanity Wicomico County.
Have you ever heard of a Stroopwafel? It has a history rooted int he Netherlands, and one Sussex County man has worked tirelessly to share with Delmarva. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli meets him on the boardwalk in Bethany Beach to learn about and taste the Stroopwafle.
We are digging deep into the Royal Rumble. A local author with ties to England weighs in on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new “less royal” roles.
It might be mid-January, but let’s jump ahead to warmer weather and prom. We’re on the Mid South Audio stage to learn more about Promise, a program aimed at making sure all high school seniors can attend the big night, whether or not they have to money to buy a dress. Gowns are being accepted for donation to Benjamin’s Wear It Again, 720 E. College Ave., Salisbury. Any other questions can be emailed to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Most Wanted Monday is your opportunity to be awarded cash for information that leads to the arrest of fugitives on Delmarva. Lt. Tim Robinson with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office has a list of six wanted people.
A major effort to get much-needed blood takes place this week. The 21st Annual Ocean City Blood Drive is Tuesday, January 21st from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, January 22nd from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tony Prado, Marketing Communications Specialist with the Blood Bank of Delmarva talks about the need for blood, especially this time of the year.
“Quilts of Valor” is it’s a national nonprofit foundation whose mission is to cover service members and veterans in comforting and healing quilts of valor. Back in October, they awarded quilts to 13 Vietnam veterans during a display of the traveling Wall that Heals at the Mason Dixon VFW in Ocean View. The Mason Dixon VFW will host its annual block drive in a couple of weeks for volunteers to create blocks for future quilts of valor. Participants supply their own machines and basic sewing supplies, and block kits are provided. The goal is for volunteers to create blocks for future quilts of valor. In 2019, a total of 33,375 quilts were awarded to service member and veterans across the united states. Many more are still waiting for quilts because quilters can’t keep up with the demand. Click here for more information.
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