What’s Happening Today – November 6, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We know that education prepares us for success in life. In one local county, they are celebrating that success. The Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation’s Inaugural “Mission Possible” event will honor Mr. Otis Sampson – Moton High School Class of 1963, Captain Ann F. Stencil – Easton High School Class of 1976, and Mr. John R. Valliant – Saint Michaels Middle High School Class of 1971. Debbie Gardner, Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Programs for Talbot County Public Schools, and Gwen Fike, An Education Foundation Advisory Board Member and Event Co-Chair, both are here to explain more.
A 25-year-old tradition on Delmarva is coming to an end. It’s the Magi Choral Festival, and it’s done so much to help people on Delmarva in their time of need. We’ll sit down with Bonnie Luna, the Magi Fund Chairwoman, to hear what went into the tough decision to end it, and what we can expect for the grand finale.
Chief WBOC Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield is here to talk about backyard weather stations. You’ll get to hear what goes into creating one, and why they’ve become pretty popular these days.
Holiday parties are one of the best parts of this time of year. However, you don’t want to show up empty-handed. 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Pheobus is heading to Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery to learn about the best wine to bring for your holiday celebration.
Wouldn’t it be nice to save money while saving the environment too? The team at ULTRA Solar & Wind Solutions says they can help you make that happen. Delmarvalife’s Sydney Whitfield sits down with them to learn how solar power is the new future.
For the 59th year, the Allen Lion’s Club is hosting Its Annual Pit Beef Dinner. Frank Knowles, president/King lion is here to tell us more about it.