What’s Happening Today – May 3, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
We are happy to have author Jim Duffy back on the show today to talk to us about his new monthly publication titled Secrets of the Eastern Shore. He spills a few secrets with us and informs us of what readers can expect for the month of May.
Whether looking for items to donate or purchasing items that are new to you, a trip to your local Goodwill Industries may be necessary. But, many do not realize the company’s involvement in other areas. Phyllis Hardy, program manager with the Career Development Center at Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, and skills director, Janice Bruns, join us to help us learn a bit more about what the company does. They inform us of some of the programs available at the Lower Shore Career Center, where the center is located, and share with us details of their upcoming events to celebrate their anniversary. Events will take place throughout the week of May 7 – 11 with a ceremony celebration on May 11th from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM.
With the weather warming up and clouds disappearing, it might be time to take that road trip you’ve been putting off. But, with so much at your fingertips right here on Delmarva, who said you have to travel far? DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield takes a trip to Seaford where she teams up with Hertrich’s Frederick Ford of Seaford to get her the perfect set of wheels before heading to the Woodland Ferry.
For most, there aren’t many books that can bring them back to their childhood like those of Dr. Seuss. Today, we welcome a group from Wicomico County Public Schools bringing his books to life. Ken Johnson, director of Wicomico County Public School’s presentation of Seuessical the Musical comes in to tell us more about the show, students who will be performing, and what rehearsals for the show consist of. We also have students from the show perform a piece from the program on the Mid South Audio stage to give you a taste of what to expect. Wicomico County Public Schools presents Suessical the Musical May 11th and 12th at 7 PM at Wicomico High School. Tickets are $8 and children aged 5 and under are free. For more information, click here!