What’s Happening Today – March 19, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Your true colors are shining, Delmarva. After a Fruitland police officer was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, the community has rallied behind him, and they’re just getting started. Jeff Merritt, The Founder of “Operation We Care, and Lieutenant Dan Holland with the Fruitland Police Department will share Spencer Wiersberg’s story and explain their efforts behind the “The Law Enforcement Support flag.” They have asked the Sheriff’s Office personnel to sign the flag in order to raise Spencer’s spirits. This flag will be taken to all the area law enforcement agencies for them to sign messages of support for Spencer Wiersberg. The flag for the general public to sign is in the front lobby of the Fruitland -MD- Police Department until Thursday.
If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference in a child’s life, Wicomico County Public Schools is looking for teachers. Dr. Brian Raygor and Vince Pavic of WCPS talk about the rewarding career and how teachers in the school system can count on continuing support from administration and the community. Wicomico County Public Schools is having a teacher recruitment fair on Saturday, March 23rd from 10 to noon at James M. Bennett High School in Salisbury.
The Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival is coming up next month. Kim Hannon, Sea Glass artist and the founder of the Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival and Executive Director Mary McCarthy talk about the festival and why so many people are drawn to sea glass.
Nashville artist Jason Morton and the Chesaspeake Sons are on the entertainment lineup for The Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival. Jason takes the Mid South Audio stage to give us a preview.
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