What’s Happening Today – September 17, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Cancer survivors will be celebrated next weekend in Salisbury, along with others we’ve lost to the disease. Relay For Life of Wicomico is an event full of emotions, from the luminaria ceremony and survivors walk to the live music, games, and competitions. We learn more about the event and how you can get involved.
Two local high school graduates are well on their way to getting a career in engineering, thanks to a scholarship through the Delaware Community Foundation. We learn about these scholarships and how they are made possible.
Volunteers coming together to help make dreams come true for deserving families is what Habitat for Humanity is all about. When there’s a need for one of the homes they’re building, the good people of Delmarva fill it. 102.5, WBOC‘s Corey Phoebus takes us to a Habitat for Humanity build site to see how A&A Companies stepped up.
When the play, “Three Tall Women,” hit the Broadway stage last summer, it had already won a Pulizer when it first debuted in 1994. Now, the play is coming to Clear Space Theatre in Rehoboth Beach. We learn more about the story from one of its stars.
Harrington Raceway and Casino has announced it’s fall entertainment lineup. We get the scoop from Director of Entertainment, Glen Subers.
It’s billed as the most action-packed car show on the shore. The Ridgely Car Show is also one of the biggest in the area. In addition to hundreds of cars, trucks, and motorcycles, visitors will find a wide array of family fun and an opportunity to win this helmet signed by all the NASCAR drivers who participated in the spring Dover race. We learn more about the show, get a look at some of the handmade trophies that will be available, and find out about Richard Petty’s involvement.
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