What’s Happening Today – November 1, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
PRMC Registered Nurse and Diabetes Educator, Kelly Birch is here to give us some insight on diabetes, and how prevalent it is on Delmarva. We’ll also try to clear up any misconceptions you might have about the disease, and what you can do to prevent it.
We’re going back in time today, and you can too this weekend. It’s the 18th-Century Market Fair on the green in Dover, a very interactive, educational and fun event for the whole family. The event is from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on The Green in Dover: 43 The Green, Dover, DE. Remember its free to attend! For more information, call (302) 739-9194
You know the name, Captain Willie. You know he likes to “Get Outdoors, Delmarva,” and he shares with us beautiful views of the peninsula on a consistent basis. However, do you know about the tree that bear’s his namesake? WBOC’s Bill Mich did some digging, and he’ll join us today to explain.
It’s no secret that flames spread quickly. In fact, studies show you have three minutes to escape a fire. However, today we speak with Asst. Chief Eric Peterson of the Ocean City Fire Dept. to discuss if something as simple as closing your bedroom door potentially save your life. We’ll learn more about the major push right now to “Close before you doze.“