Today on DelmarvaLife –
The words “social distancing” have become a common phrase. Since the CDC is recommending it, we ask what it is and what it isn’t? Grace Foxwell Murdock of Professional Grace, and Salisbury Secretary of Kindness helps us sort it out.
On Friday, we introduced you to Robin Tomaselli and learned about the quick action she took when she learned there would be kids out of school for weeks and, for some of them, that means they won’t eat. She organized a food drive for those students. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli shows takes us to day one of distribution.
We consult with some home-school moms to get advice on how to keep the kids engaged and learning during the school shut-down.
It’s time for the Rockawalkin Easter Pie Bake. This year, there are a few changes. Pie Bake Chairman Tom Field fills us in on those changes and how you can order your pie. To order: call/email Tom (the Pie-Man) Field: 410-430-4516,
There’s a way to check on your elderly neighbors who may be self-isolating. A woman in Cornwell developed post cards you can send to your neighbors to offering your help with getting them necessities. Click here to download the cards.