LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth
|Create a Rewarding Life Workshop
CAMP Rehoboth's GLBT Health Program is offering a summer workshop by Dr. Judith Pierson. The three-part series, scheduled at 7 p.m. July 31, August 7 and 14, will explore what gives life meaning. The workshop will help participants identify their individual interests, wishes and passions and then develop a concrete and individual plan to bring pleasure and meaning into their lives. The workshop is free but registration is required. Call Sal at 302-227-5620 for information or to register.
Old Cell Phones Can Help Others
Donate your old wireless phone. It could save a life. The Donate-A-Phone project is a national phone collection drive designed to provide domestic violence victims with a powerful toola wireless phone. The program is a partnership between the Wireless Foundation, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Motorola who have worked together since 1996 to provide free phones to victims of domestic violence through the CALL to PROTECT program. Bring your old phones to CAMP Rehoboth, 37 Baltimore Ave., and we'll handle the shipping.
Dana Peragallo Is New Rehoboth Idol
Congratulations to Dana Peragallo who was recently named Rehoboth Idol, complete with a $1,000 prize. Her victory was the culmination of the popular Wednesday night event at Blue Moon.
Help Needed with Letters from CAMP
CAMP Rehoboth is in need of a volunteer or two to help with in-town redistribution of Letters from CAMP Rehoboth one day a week. It only takes an hour or so of your time to walk around Rehoboth Beach and refill the Letters distribution boxes in the downtown area. If you have a little extra time to spare and would like to help, please call Kathy Weir at CAMP Rehoboth, 302-227-5620.
Bachelor Auction Raises Funds for Love Benefit
Thanks to the Blue Moon for another successful Bachelor Auction in support of the annual Love Benefit in Rehoboth. The event raised more than $13,000.
DJ Julian Marsh Returns for Red, Hot & Love Party
Mark your calendars for the 14th annual Love Benefit in Rehoboth Beach. This year's Red, Hot &Love dance will feature music by internationally known DJ Julian Marsh and special lighting effects by Paul Turner. Tickets for the event are $50 and can be purchased by calling 302-227-5620.
Open Circle Communities Plan Gay Senior Community to Be Built in Milton
The first Open Circle Community for gay seniors is being built in Milton, Delaware. Sandy Douglas and Susan Hester, partners in the development, presented the updated plans to persons gathered at the home of Pat Antoinisse and Martha Goodman. Pictured front row: Michael Phillips, Judy Rolfe, Barbara Lilien, Richard Hudson, and Pat Antonisse Back row: Robert Thompson, Martha Goodman, Sandy Douglas, Ruth Eisenberg, Susan Hester, Barbara Brewer, Stephen Grady, and Leti Gomez.
Mosaic Second Saturday Art Walk
Jay Pastore (center), owner of Gallery 50 on Wilmington Avenue, hosted a reception for artists Brian Petro and Rose Minetti as part of Second Saturday Art Walk. Sponsored by Mosaic, the Rehoboth Beach Gallery Collective, Second Saturday is a great addition to the ever-expanding Rehoboth art scene. See the CAMP Arts column for more information about the participating galleries.
Wings to Go Raises Funds for CAMP
John and Keith Riley-Spillane, owners of Wings to Go on First Street in Rehoboth Beach, chose their first anniversary celebration as an opportunity to raise money for the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center building fund. John and Keith presented CAMP with a check for $300 from food sales on June 14. Pictured with John Riley-Spillane are employees Liana Ziyangirova and Anastasia Lukhanenok.
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 18, No. 08 June 27, 2008