What’s Happening Today – September 13, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
It was in 1908 when the Burton family joined the automobile business on Delmarva. The i.g. Burton & Company’s 110th Anniversary Celebration will be held from noon to 2 p.m. at i.g. Burton Chevrolet, 793 Bay Rd Milford, DE 19963. It’s a gathering of family, friends, customers, and dignitaries to commemorate the opening of i.g. Burton in 1908.
“Hawaiian” Bryan Horikami, the owner of Hawaiian Bryan’s Aloha Shop in Salisbury is here to make Shave Ice for us!
It was just last week that we got word of an improperly-working freezer at the Samaritan Shelter in Pocomoke. Workers had to toss a lot of the frozen food that would otherwise, have gone to feed the hungry on Delmarva. However, with the help of the community, problems like that don’t have to heavily affect the services offered by the Samaritan Shelter. The Director, Shelly Daniels, joins us to talk about how you can step up to the plate and help when there’s a need.
Michele Ennis, Executive Director of Tri-Community Mediation in Salisbury, is here to talk about collaborative dialogue, and how it can add so much to the lives of people who live on Delmarva.