Rehoboth Reflections Winners
Fourteen photos submitted to the Rehoboth Reflections photo competition have been selected to be featured in the City of Rehoboth Beach’s 2022 calendar. The photos include a variety of locations and subject matters and collectively portray what makes Rehoboth Beach special to so many.
While the city’s 2022 calendar won’t be out until December, the winning photos can be viewed at cityofrehoboth.com/rehoboth-reflections.
“We were really pleased and grateful for the enthusiasm shown for the photo competition and for the wonderful Rehoboth area perspectives that were shared,” says Communications Specialist Lynne Coan. “Rehoboth is certainly a photogenic community, and we loved the variety of iconic locations and experiences that were captured in the submitted photographs.”
The City of Rehoboth Beach has reopened the Rehoboth Reflections competition and is now accepting photo submissions for the 2023 calendar. Photographers may submit up to three photos each year. Eighty-two individuals submitted 152 photos to the city’s inaugural Rehoboth Reflections competition.
The deadline for photo submissions for the 2023 calendar is September 9, 2022. Photos may be submitted at cityofrehoboth.com/rehoboth-reflections. ▼
Medicare Open Enrollment
The Delaware Medicare Assistance Bureau (DMAB) has announced that Medicare Open Enrollment runs through December 7. Call DMAB at (302) 674-7364 to find plans and to more easily compare Part D prescription plans for cost, coverage, and convenience, Medicare Advantage Plans for extra benefits, changes in network providers, co-pays, and more. ▼
Delaware HIV Planning Council Announces New Chair
The HIV Planning Council (HPC) has announced Adrienne Wallace as its new chair, beginning January 2022. Ms. Wallace will be shadowing current chair, Glen Pruitt, through December 2021.
“Glen has served as the HPC chair for three years and I cannot thank him enough for his contribution to the planning council,” Jordan Hines, Manager of Community Planning at Delaware HIV Consortium, said. “HPC has achieved great things with Glen at the helm, and I know HPC will continue to exceed its goals during and after this transition.”
Ms. Wallace has worked in various fields of public health. She previously was a senior health planner for the US Department of Health and Human Services, and a senior epidemiologist/research associate for Nemours Office of Health Equity and Inclusion/A.I. DuPont Children’s Hospital. She is now CEO of Kidz Korner Healthcare Consulting, LLC. The company provides consultation services focusing on statistics, policy, and improving the quality of healthcare organizations and biopharmaceutical companies. ▼
Community Unity Dinner
Rehoboth Beach Main Street will host the Community Unity Dinner on Sunday, December 5, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Join friends, neighbors, and downtown merchants for this annual pasta dinner, which includes children’s activities, holiday music, a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus, performances from The Nutcracker and by the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus, and an ice cream bar. Tickets are $20.00 per person, and free for children under 10. Dinner will be provided by the Big Fish Charitable Foundation.
On Saturday, October 30, the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs presents the program, “Mysteries of History.” Walking tours explore the unusual tombstones of St. Peter’s cemetery in Lewes. Tours leave from Zwaanendael Museum at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
This program is free, but registration is required and limited to 12 people. Reservations may be made by calling 302-645-1148 no later than October 29. ▼