What’s Happening Today – February 6, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
The state of Delaware played a pivotal role in African American history. In honor of Black History Month, the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs is offering several special events at sites across the state.We learn about some of the events and why they are important to attend.
Chase Marvil, creator of “The Inspiring Project,” talks with us about two scholarships his organizations is giving to local high school graduates.
We talk Valentine’s Day. 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus visits Vernon Powell in Salisbury to talk Valentine’s Day gifts to give, no matter where you are in the relationship.
We are about six weeks away from the Salisbury Marathon/Half Marathon/5K. Race director, Jason Chance, talks about the family-fun event for runners and non-runners.
Personal Chef Deborah Lee Walker is in the DelmarvaLife kitchen to show us how to make a strawberry tower for Valentine’s Day.
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