Cops For Kids With Cancer: Kelly Gonzalez March 24, 2017
Last week was the Cops for Kids with Cancer event, including a long procession and the ceremony. Dozens of police departments were out supporting Kelly Gonzalez.
Where’s Wilmington Ep. 109: Paul Cardello & iPods For Wounded Veterans
Lisa welcomes Paul Cardello to the show to talk about his non-profit "iPods For Wounded Veterans." The organization helps deliver electronic devices to wounded soldiers and military veterans.
In The Loop
Two new episodes of “In The Loop!" In the first episode Anne-Marie Fiore talks about the Special Olympics with Special Education teacher Diana Hill, Jen Mahon Director of Student Services, and Becky McGrath from "We're One Wilmington." Then in the second episode Anne-Marie learns about robotics from Traci Jansen and the students of the West Intermediate school.
The Wilmington Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest
The Wilmington Knights of Columbus held their annual free throw contest on February 8th, here's just some of the high lights of the day. Special thanks to WCTV member Jim Buckley for going out to film the event and editing it together. Great work Jim!
Member Spotlight: Eileen MacDougall
This month we shine the light on WCTV volunteer and "Book Stew" host Eileen MacDougall. Click the photo below to go to Eileen’s article and podcast.
Board of Selectmen: March 26th, 2017
Monday night, Recreation Director Karen Campbell gave the Board of Selectmen a programs update and information on Yentile Farm's May 13th open house.
The 2016 Farmer’s Market
Nick Toth and Hayden Kane from the WCTV Kids & Teens program document the 2016 Farmer's Market, getting interview with vendors and seeing all the highlights the Farmer's Market had to offer.
Bridging The Digital Divide
On a new episode of “Bridging The Digital Divide,” Lisa and Brad talk about Cyber Vocabulary and the terms you should know.
March Student Artwork Showcase
Check out the Student Artwork Showcase for March. Click any of the photos below to see all the art the Wilmington Public School students have done over the past month in our Facebook album.