Coffee Talk & Mary Brett
After 11 years, Saturday, November 26, marked the final session for CAMP Rehoboth’s Coffee Talk. CAMP Rehoboth thanks Mary Brett for hosting this fabulous program all these years, which held space to connect many women in the area and welcomed all. Coffee Talkers are warmly invited to attend Women in Circle, held on the first and third Saturdays of the month at 10:00 a.m. ▼
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CAMP Rehoboth’s Upcoming Performing Arts
The performing arts at CAMP Rehoboth are gearing up for spectacular performances, come February 2023.
First, the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus will return to its President’s Day signature weekend for its concert, Hooray for Hollywood! Music from the Movies. The theme will feature iconic songs composed for the movies, including: “I Will Always Love You,” “My Heart Will Go On,” “City of Stars,” “Come What May,” “What a Wonderful World,” and “(I’ve Had) the Time of My Life.”
The Chorus will perform at Epworth United Methodist Church on Holland Glade Road on February 17 and 18 at 7:00 p.m., and on February 19 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $25, and are available at camprehoboth.com.
Next up, the CAMP Rehoboth Theatre Company will debut Drip Feed, a one-woman show written by Karen Cogan. Directed by Russell Stiles, the play will star Tara Wisely, who recently performed as Violet in Clear Space Theatre’s production of 9 to 5. The show originated in the UK, and CAMP Rehoboth’s performance (February 23-25 at 8:00 p.m.) will mark its debut in the United States. Tickets are $20, and are available at camprehoboth.com. ▼
Pictured at left: Tara Wisely
Diane Shares Her Heart with CAMP Rehoboth
At a recent board meeting, Diane Scobey, a volunteer with CAMP Rehoboth’s Rainbow Thumb Club, donated an engraving of the CAMP Rehoboth logo. It was an artful reminder of the symbiotic impact shared between CAMP Rehoboth and the community: the logo’s heart inside of the house symbolizes CAMP Rehoboth’s place as the heart of the community, a place made possible only by the volunteers who compose the heart of CAMP. Thank you, Diane!
CROP at the Food Bank
On November 1, the CAMP Rehoboth Outreach Program (CROP) volunteers visited the Food Bank of Delaware. As part of its bi-monthly visits to the Milford site, CROP stepped up to make a great impact to address hunger in the state. The team worked to make 776 backpack meals for school students.
CROP at Delaware Botanic Gardens
A team of six CROP volunteers traveled to Delaware Botanic Gardens on Monday, December 5, to help plant a new “CROP” of bulbs that arrived there a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to CROP, 3,000 tulip bulbs were put into the ground, to emerge in glorious color in March and April. Only 27,000 more to go! DBG is always thankful for the help and welcomes regular volunteers if you have an interest in gardening. ▼