LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth
Oscar Movie Shows in Rehoboth Beach
CAMP Rehoboth and the Rehoboth Beach Film Society have teamed up to present Freeheld, the Oscar winning film at the CAMP Women's Conference. See page 20 for registration information on the conference and film.
Lori's Caf Dishes Up Your Favorites
Starting April 4, your cravings for Lori's famous chicken salad, turkey sandwiches, and more can be satisfied. Lori's Caf, located in the CAMP Courtyard has reopened with all your favorites plus a few "construction specials."
Community Pride Financial Is Open!
During the interruptions caused by the construction at 39 Baltimore Avenue, Alex Yearley at Community Pride Financial has suffered through it with a warm smile and a sense of excitement. Stop by and say thanks.
Lambda Rising Is Going Strong
Always an important anchor in the stores in the CAMP Courtyard, Lambda Rising has renewed their commitment to be part of our family for years to come. Manager Jocques LeClair looks forward to showing you what's new at Lambda.
Starburst Gayla Funds Women Heart
The annual Starburst Gayla New Year's Eve dance in Rehoboth Beach continued its tradition of giving back to organizations serving the health and welfare of our community. Carol Allred, Lisa Tate, and Roni Posner accept the donation.
Public Allies Hosted by CAMP Rehoboth
Members of the 2008 Delaware Public Allies class joined CAMP Rehoboth's Sal Seeley and Steve Elkins for a working lunch on March 27. The "Allies" are assigned to various non-profit agencies for a nine month period.
The Steel Goes Up at CAMP Rehoboth
Progress continues on Phase II of the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center Building. The steel skeleton is now in place, the courtyard bricks are being laid, and the walls are ready to start going up. Come by and see the work being done!
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 18, No. 03 April 04, 2008