Today on DelmarvaLife:
It’s been 2 days since the solar eclipse and now everyone is wondering ‘what should I do with my solar eclipse glasses?’ Believe it, or not, these glasses have a 3-year expiration, so you probably don’t want to save them for the 2o24 eclipse. You can donate them to Astronomers Without Borders.
The organization will soon announce a program to collect the used glasses and distribute them to school in South America and parts of Asia, which will experience their own solar eclipses in 2019. Check out their Facebook page to stay updated on information on how to donate your glasses here.
Our “Driving with Docs” segment gives us a chance to get to know our local doctors at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Lisa recently drove Dr. Thomas DeMarco to work. Dr. DeMarco is the Vice President of PRMC Medical Group and an Urologist.
We’ve talked a lot this week about back-to-school time. Today, we’re focusing on back-to-school lunch, but not what we pack food-wise in our children’s lunch bag, more-so how to safely prepare it. RJ batts created the Tip Tough Finger Protector. RJ and his sister show us how to safely cut apples, carrots, and sandwiches safely so kids can help pack their own lunches without worry.
The Hermitage on the Eastern Shore is a retirement community and health center in Onancok, Va. Sydney Whitfield recently stopped by the Hermitage to find out how Chef Ted Cathey is taking their dining experience at Hermitage to the next level.
Concrete is an important material when it comes to building our homes. But we have all seen the concrete sidewalks that we walk and drive on each day and notice that as it ages it starts to look bad. That’s where Pinnacle Concrete Coatings can help.
102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus taught himself how to play guitar and he’s quite good at it. If you walk through the hallways at WBOC, you may even hear him strumming a tune in his office from time to time. We’re putting Corey to the test today because we have asked him to teach Jimmy how to play guitar. Be sure to tune in at 5 pm today!