What’s Happening Today – March 15, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
The City Of Salisbury will soon appoint its first Poet Laureate. Salisbury Mayor Jake Day; and English and Language Arts Teacher at Salisbury Middle School, Tara Elliott join us to explain what that means and how you can get involved. Anyone interested in the title must:
- Reside in Wicomico County
- To apply, you must submit the following to email@example.com
- Submit a paragraph explaining what you believe qualifies you for the role of Poet Laureate
- Submit a 150-word biography listing past writing successes and achievements
- Submit a packet of 7-10 pages of your poems (in MS Word or PDF format, in a legible font)
The Entry Deadline is March 20. The city says the winner will be announced during Salisbury’s Poetry Week in April.
As a part of WBOC’s 65th Anniversary this year, we are remembering Delmarva and how it used to be, 65 years ago. Today, we’re sitting down with WBOC’s Bill Mich to learn more about Delmarva’s Seafood Industry.
We’ll hear about an incredible effort by the Sussex County Paramedic Association to help their friend in need.
We’ll sit down with the President of the Sussex County Paramedic Association, Cody Grosch; and the Public Information Officer with Sussex County EMS, Glenn Marshall to hear how they’re trying to bring a ray of sunshine as one of their own is in the fight of her life with their Beef and Beer Event. It will be happening on -Friday, April 5 from 6 pm to midnight at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center.
Kevin Short, the owner of Mid South Audio in Georgetown is here with us to talk about the 2019 Worship Production Conference on March 23rd at Crossroad Community Church in Georgetown, DE. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about audio, lighting, and production, whether you’re in a worship team or just interested in gaining your own skills.
We’re on the Mid South Audio Stage with Sandy and Stevie D as they play some familiar favorites!