Today on DelmarvaLife –
It may sound cliché, but it’s true: in life, when you fall down, it’s nice to have someone to give you a hand back up. For some, the fall can be long, and that hand can seem out of reach. In Dover, that’s where the House of Pride steps in. Executive Director, Bishop Marion Lott talks about how the organization committed to the community, despite a few set-backs.
Common mental disorders in children can keep them from reaching developmental and emotional milestone, maintain health social skills and learning how to cope with problems. Just like not all physical ailments require medication, many mental health issues can be addressed through therapeutic services like the ones found at Chesapeake Health Care. We learn about a summer mental health therapeutic program and the Kentucky Derby Gala that will help fund it.
What would you do if you uncovered a real locket from 1880 on the beach? That’s the question that opens up a fantastic adventure through time, while unraveling a more than one-hundred-year-old mystery in the book, “The Lost Locket of Lewes.” We meet the book’s author and illustrator.
When we asked for pictures of pets from viewers, we received more than one hundred fifty of them. In today’s Pet Connect, we show you pictures of pets who want to be part of your family through adoption.
You never know what you’re going to see when you tune into DelmarvaLife. Today is a day we prove that point. We sent 102.5, WBOC’s Corey Phoebus to Colonel Richardson High School in Federalsburg to not only learn more about the school’s history and future, but to KISS a pig.
Booking today’s performer on the Mid South Audio Stage was no easy task. When she’s not making and promoting movies, she’s touring up and down the east coast promoting her latest singles. Today’s the day Alyssa Lee Lewis of Ocean City performs those singles for us.
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