What’s Happening Today – May 11, 2016
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Megatron is a young harbor seal who was rescued in February from Bethany Beach, Del. He was transferred to the National Aquarium where crews treated him for dehydration, emaciation, and skin lesions. Megatron’s rehab is over and was released back to his natural habitat. Watch the video of Megatron being released here.
WBOC’s Evan Koslof Tells Us About Games for Sick Kids
Christina Connors, her son Andrew, and Evan join us to share their story about how their son created a map game for their road to home from the hospital. You may have seen the full story in WBOC News at 4 pm.
Real Men Making Strides
Throughout the month, you may notice some prominent male figures sporting the color pink. They’re taking part in a month long campaign called “Real Men Making Strides,” which benefits the American Cancer Society. Sean sits down with Mike Lewis with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, Reverend Mark Thompson, Bradley Rayfield, and Community Manager with the American Cancer Society, Jamie Barrett to talk about the campaign.
In the Kitchen with Hudson Lumpkin Making Chocolate Chip Cookies
5-year-old Hudson from Delmar, Md. joins us in the kitchen to make one of his favorites – chocolate chip cookies!
Homestead Manor Assisted Living Facility in Denton, Md.
Sometimes people need more assistance as they get older. Assisted living facilities are designed to give people that help. Sean stops by Homestead Manor to talk with Marking Director, Batina Barcus about what the facility offers.
Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe Stops by for Cornhole Confessions
Mayor Shupe joins us in the DelmarvaLife studio so that we could get to know him better outside the world of politics. We also challenge him to a game of cornhole confessions.
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