What’s Happening Today – March 26, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Hunger doesn’t discriminate. It’s the child who fills up on potato chips because it’s a cheap meal. It’s the senior citizen whose social security checks don’t stretch to pay for one more grocery trip that month. Hunger afflicts people here on Delmarva, even in one of the wealthiest counties in the nation – Talbot County. The Talbot County Hunger Coalition works to change that. Coalition Chair, Catherine Poe, joins us today to discuss the group’s mission, and to tell us about an upcoming expo to provide the community with food and other resources.
Have you ever had one of those “clumsy days” when you make the wrong move and -bam!- you end up with a pretty bad gash? If the injury is bad enough, it can take, what seems like, forever to heal. The team at Peninsula Home Care has introduced a wound care system that can help. It can speed up the healing process, and it’s convenient enough to be assembled in the comfort of a patient’s home. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield tells us how it works.
Lieutenant Tim Robinson, with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, stops by Historic Studio D with another list of Most Wanted Monday. If you recognize anyone featured on today’s list, call Crime Solvers of the Lower Eastern Shore at 410-548-1776. Your watchful eye might lead to some extra cash in your pocket.
It’s time to get excited about Spring fashion. We’ve teamed up with Tanger Outlets Rehoboth to showcase the trendiest styles, as we kick off DelmarvaLife Fashion Week. Today, our friends from Tanger Outlets show us how to update a few classic pieces, with fresh colors and textures for Spring.