What’s Happening Today – July 10, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We’re one step closer to a world of kindness, and one of the starting points is right here on Delmarva. Mayor Jake Day has just declared Salisbury a “World Kindness City,” and we’re sitting down with him and the team that made this a reality. Joining him is Michael Lloyd-White, immediate past General Secretary of World Kindness, and presently the Chief Advisor to the Board of World Kindness USA. We’re learning what World Kindness means and where we go from here.
We’re also talking about Homes Security Systems that are even smarter than we once knew them to be. Our friends from Sentech Security are giving us a very hands-on lesson.
Looking for something fun to do? How about painting watermelon buses! Artist John Donato with Re-Imagine Laurel is here to tell us about the Annual Watercolors “Paint a Bus” event. The event is on Saturday, July 14 from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Roger C. Fisher Park, Laurel. Remember its a free event!
The goal of the Women’s Business Center at First State Community Loan Fund is simple: support women in business. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield visits a small business owner in Dover to learn how the WBC helped give them the solid start they need to succeed.
Seth Reynolds is in the house today! He’s a young man with a passion for music and we can’t wait to introduce you to him on the Mid South Audio Stage!