|Books and Tapes and Videos, oh my!
Just 50 will buy you a book at the Rehoboth Library's Indoor Book Sale on Saturday, March 12.
CAMP Rehoboth volunteers and staff have been working hard to collect and sort the many books that have been donated since our last sale. There are thousands of books to choose from, plus videos, books on tape, and CDs. At the incredibly low prices of 50 to $1.00, you can't pass this up!
The Rehoboth Beach Library is located at 226 Rehoboth Ave, diagonally across from the firehouse. Sale hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds benefit the Rehoboth Beach Public Library.
Chocolate Aroma Is in the Air
The baking contest registrations from restaurants are pouring into the Main Street office, judges are lining up for the event and vendors are planning their wares. If you thought the Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival was big last year, wait until you see the goodies available March 12 for the 15th anniversary of the event!
The Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Public Library and Rehoboth Beach Main Street will sponsor the 15th Annual Chocolate Festival on Saturday, March 12, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (or until the chocolate runs out!) in the Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall. Admission is only $1.00. Children under 5 free.
Take a Deep Breath
Cosmic Breathwork is a simple self-improvement technique of immense practical value. Breathwork cleanses, clears, and heals on mental, emotional and physical levels. This safe and gentle breathing process can be profoundly healing, as it increases energy and vitality and energizes the cells in the body.
Author and Q-Spirit founder Christian de la Huerta will facilitate breathwork workshops on Wednesday, April 20 and Thursday, April 21 from 7:30-10 p.m.
To sign up for one of these workshops, contact Christian at 415-225-1145 or Mark Thompson at One Spirit Massage Studio 302-226-3552. The workshop cost is $30.
Feinberg Joins Rehoboth Law Firm
Ellen Feinberg recently joined the law firm of Smith, O'Donnell, Feinberg and Berl as a partner and will be practicing at the firm's newest location, 1539 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach. The new office will consolidate Ellen's practice with that of the Lewes office, which has relocated to the Route 1 location.
Ellen is a 1979 graduate of Cleveland Marshall College of Law and a member of the Delaware bar since 1990. Formerly associated with the Law Office of Gregory Williams, she has been practicing in Sussex County for the past five years. Ellen can be reached at 302-644-8330, by fax at 302-644-8209 or via email at email@example.com.
Singles To Mingle Over Munchies
The second single women's potluck will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, at the Delaware Inn. The inn is located at 55 Delaware Avenue, Rehoboth Beach (Location #57 on the centerfold map).
Single women who enjoy laughter and great conversation, as well as food and drink, are invited to join the fun! Coffee, tea, soda and water will be provided.
Fifteen delightful singles attended the first potluck, and we hope to double that number on April 13. If anyone would be interested in organizing another type of singles activity, please come prepared to share your idea. Bring a dish of your choice and meet new friends! For additional details call Sharon at 302-226-1788.
High Cost of Don't Ask Don't Tell
The Human Rights Campaign renewed its call for the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy in light of a new report obtained by several newspapers showing that the policy has cost nearly $200 million for the replacement and training of personnel who had to be recruited when gay and lesbian soldiers were ousted from the military. The study also showed that nearly 800 specialists with critical skills have been fired, including 322 linguists, 54 of whom specialized in Arabic.
"Discharging highly trained, patriotic service members solely for their sexual orientation is bad for security, and bad for the country. Just this week, Great Britain announced it would begin actively recruiting gay and lesbian citizens for their military. Our strongest international allies are putting the security of their nation first. We should too," said HRC Vice President of Policy David M. Smith.
The report, conducted by the Govern-ment Accountability Office (GAO), does not include costs associated with discharging officers or trained, skilled specialistsmeaning that the actual cost is likely much higher.
"The choice we now face is clear: Spend $191 million on firing patriotic Americans or spend the same amount on a dozen Blackhawk helicopters or 800 sidewinder missiles," said C. Dixon Osburn, Executive Director of SLDN. "Our priority should always be defense and security. The Military Readiness Enhancement Act is the best proposal to do just that."
"Given the incredible demand on our nation's armed forces right now, it is simply a matter of common sense that we would encourage every single American to serve if that is their wish," said Smith. "There are continuing stories that the armed forces need more trained soldiers to help maintain security at home and in Iraq. We should let every American serve."
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 15, No. 2 March 11, 2005