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SALISBURY, Md. - WMDT is saying goodbye to Weekday Evening Anchor Terrence Lee. Terrence will be joining WEWS in Cleveland, Ohio. He has been with WMDT since June of 2008. Terrence started as a reporter, but quickly moved up to anchor, through the morning show, the noon broadcast, weekends and finally primetime.

While at WMDT, Terrence's work has been recognized by the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association for Outstanding Spot news for his work on the Mardela Springs Home Invasion in 2010 and for Outstanding Public Affairs program for his work on the "Meet the Money Givers" series. Terrence actually helped launch "Meet the Money Givers" and our partnership with the Delmarva Education Foundation, producing and writing this series for two years (the partnership is now in it's fourth year).

Terrence was also highly involved with the community. Among his many events, he has emceed the Kidney Walk in Salisbury, judged in the Salisbury Christmas Parade and when Extreme Makeover: Home Edition came to San Domingo, Maryland, Terrence emceed a pep rally for the event. His most memorable event would be participating in Dancing With Delmarva Stars back in 2010 to raise money for the Cancer-Support Community Delmarva. His experience there is probably why some students at Salisbury Middle School had him dancing with the First Lady's "Let's Move Initiative."

Terrence will be missed and the WMDT team wishes him the best of luck with his new job. WMDT Evening Anchor Emily Lampa will be taking over as Senior Anchor. A new co-anchor has not yet been named.

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