What’s Happening Today – October 23, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
The Wreaths Across America project has become an annual tradition in Arlington and veteran cemeteries across America. There are about 7,200 graves at the Veterans Cemetery in Hurlock. We learn about one group’s effort to put a wreath on every one of them.
A new historic marker was unveiled at Cupola Park in Millsboro last week. It notes the importance of the Nanticoke Tribe‘s history in the area. We learn why this history is so important to all of Delmarva.
Summer might be over, but there’s still time to get out on the water. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli goes boating with the folks from Racetrack Marine in Berlin to find out why now is the best time to buy a boat.
A free family event this weekend is just what the doctor ordered. PRMC will host its “Sneakers and Creepers” 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk on Sunday, October 27th. We learn more about the event from PRMC Exercise Physiologist, Caroline Farrell.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore and The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce presents it’s annual “A Salute to Veterans Gala” on November 8th from 6 to 9:30 p.m. at the UMES Richard A. Henson Center. We learn more about the event and how to make one of the appetizers, “A Tropical Delight” salad.
Nominations are open in Spicer Brothers Construction’s Delmarva’s Neediest Roof Contest. They’re giving away two roofs this year. You can nominate someone through Sunday, October 27th. Find more information, here.
Do you know someone who has a birthday or wedding anniversary coming up? A great way to celebrate is with a DelmarvaLife Occasion. Submit your occasion here.