What’s Happening Today – March 22, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
How would you describe your financial comfort level? Today on DelmarvaLife, we’re learning how you can live the “good life” both before and after retirement. We’ll sit down with author Eddie Ghabour, to get some insight on savings, and how to overcome the thought process of “I’ll worry about that when I get there.” His book is called “The Common-Sense Bull: The Keys To The Good Life Before and During Retirement.”
Petty Officer First Class, Gigi Mulrooney, recently surprised her five-year-old daughter, Kylie, after being deployed for a year. You probably remember seeing the surprise of a lifetime on WBOC news. We sit down with the military mom who surprised her daughter at a Sussex County School, after spending a year apart.
Event Details: Friday, May 10th at 5:30 – at Laurel Elementary School.
Registration is $20 for adults until May 8th – $25 after that.
Free for students
WBOC broke ground on a solar farm this afternoon. Lisa got a chance to get outside for a closer look at the new and exciting opportunity. For years, station leadership has worked on a plan to utilize the land behind our Newsplex. Over the next few months, the team from Ultra Solar & Wind Solutions will put up Federal Aviation Administration-approved, No-Glare Panels. The solar farm is designed to provide 100% of WBOC’s energy requirements. Combine that with the environmental benefits of the solar panel farm, this project is like a ray of sunshine.
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