What’s Happening Today – Nov. 2, 2017
Today on DelmarvaLife:
At age 23, Spencer Lubben has just completed his Bachelor’s Degree and was preparing to start physical therapy school in the fall. But those plans fell through when he suddenly went into cardiac arrest at work and died two days later. Spencer’s parents, Cal and Melody Lubben, along with Chief Coordinator of a fall festival being held in Spencer’s honor, Katie Nuttall, joins us in the studio today. The event is Sat., Nov., 4 from 1 pm-5 pm at Aquacare Physical Therapy in Salisbury, Md.
Kent Sussex Industries, or KSI’s sole purpose is to assist people with disabilities in the pursuit of employment. Chief Executive Officer of KSI, Craig Crouch, tells us about what KSI does, who they serve, how they are changing lives and what the community can do to help.
If something goes wrong with your plumbing during the cold winter months ahead, it can cost you a large amount of money to fix the issue. We’re going to help you avoid that today. Owner of Chesapeake Plumbing and Heating, Travis Martin, joins us on the couches to answer viewer questions and addresses plumbing concerns people have during the winter season.
Salisbury University’s World Drum Ensemble uses carious rhythms and instruments from around the world. Today, we welcome the group to the Mid South Audio Stage. You can watch the ensemble perform on Nov. 17 at Salisbury University Theatre at Holloway Hall at 7 pm.