What’s Happening Today – May 1, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Studies show two babies die every hour in the United States. We talk with Laura Klatzkin and Lisa Layton-Krout, two organizers for the “Kent County March For Babies,” to discuss what the event means to them and how to get involved. We also share Reese Layton-Krout’s heartbreaking story, and hear how her short life on this Earth, continues to inspire her family to help others.
Spending more time at home makes for the perfect opportunity to adopt a new furry friend! We have some cute faces from local shelters in today’s Pet Connect.
The start of a new month means one thing: time to get cleaning! Our friends at Stanley Steemer are ready to give your house a professional clean, all while taking the necessary precautions
Chef Hari Cameron, of Rehoboth Beach, is known to get creative with food. He joins us, along with his son, Max, to show us how to make dumplings.
Delmarva is bringing joy with music, donating critical supplies to homeless shelters, and relaying for cancer fighters and survivors. We’re taking a look back at “All That Is Good” that happened this week.