What’s Happening Today – June 27, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
The couple behind the Lewes Wellness Center is combining Eastern and Western medicine and, so far, it’s working. The center uses a holistic approach to treat arthritis, musculoskeletal disorders, autoimmune illnesses, and osteoporosis. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli tells us the story of the husband and wife duo that is living their dream by using their unique approach to helping people live their best lives.
Damage from water and mold is a serious problem for any homeowner and should not be taken lightly. Matt Odachowski, president and owner of Royal Plus talks about the problem and why homeowners should not take matters into their own hands.
World-famous public interest attorney and Milton native Bryan Stevenson is the namesake of a new school in Sussex County. Stevenson’s cousin, Alonna Berry visits Historic Studio D to talk about the Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence, which she founded.
Several students from France will be visiting Delmarva, but they are in need of host families. Ashton Donoway, with Anchored Change Exchange, and Global Friendships talks about why this exchange program is a win-win for the students and the families who host them.
A Salisbury man turns trees into tables, or mantles, or other pieces of household products, but these are not like pieces you’re probably used to seeing. DelamarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli visited Harper Creations to see what makes these wood products so special.
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