What’s Happening Today – May 3, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Studies show that more people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year, than all other cancers combined. That’s why PRMC is holding free skin cancer screenings at the Richard A. Henson Cancer Institute on May 6th from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Appointments are required. To schedule and appointment, call 410-543-7006. Hospitalist and Inpatient Provider at PRMC, Haley Weingartz explains why these screenings are so important.
We’ve interviewed many survivors over the years. These are people who have come out on top after going through some of life’s most challenging circumstances. Today we hear Dr. Alisha Broughton’s story and how she went from a thriving, six-figure career to homelessness and is now helping others through her non-profit group, Unlimited Expectations Express.
Our local animals shelters are full of homeless pets looking for a loving family. Today, we try to make a match with “Pet Connect.”
The Ocean City Inlet is chock full of everything you need to make this weekend one that’s full of family fun. Springfest 2019 is underway. WBOC’s Heidi Werosta gives us a sneak peek.
Caroline County will be filled with the sounds of Bluegrass this weekend as “Bluegrass by the Mill” returns to Denton. Ames United Methodist Church sponsors the event that includes an award-winning line-up. Bill Towers and Jeff Powell, board members of Ames UMC, tells us why this is an event Bluegrass music lovers and Bluegrass performers look forward to every year. Bluegrass by the Mill is Sunday May 5th at the Towers Farm, Hobbs, MD. Gates open at 12:00 and music starts at 2:00. Scheduled to perform are Mark Templeton, Flatland Drive and Grand Ole Opry members Daily and Vincent. Tickets are $20 with proceeds going to Caroline County Hospice.
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