What’s Happening Today – June 8, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
One stroke, one spirit. Combine that idea and you get the Eastern Shore Community Rowers. Delmarvalife’s Sydney Whitfield got to spend some time with this incredible team. She’ll show us how they’re bringing together the people of Delmarva while having the time of their lives! Contact the club at ESCRowers@gmail.com or call 415-302-7386
What was does the Laurel Police Department have to do with Elvis? We’ll answer that from the king of traffic control himself. We’ll also learn about what first got him into law enforcement, and what his plans are now as he’s retiring, 45 years later.
Corporal John Ryall joins us in Historic Studio D.
The Virginia Creek Band is about two months into the release of their first EP, and it has taken off!
In just the first two weeks alone, they sold more than eight-hundred copies of their album, and more than two-thousand people downloaded it. Now they join us in the Mid South Audio stage for a performance you’re not going to want to miss.
Just as much as you don’t want anything to harm your human babies, we know you don’t want anything to harm your furry babies, either. Today, we’re talking summer pet safety. From thunderstorms to drowning, we’ll get some expert advice on how to keep your cuties happy and healthy. Dr. Elizabeth Bruce with the Veterinary Medical Center in Easton joins us today!