|Five Guys Cooks Burgers for CAMP
Give yourself a break from the kitchen. Gather a group of friends and join other CAMP Rehoboth supporters at Five Guys Restaurant, Route One South, just south of Five Points, between 5 and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 3.
CAMP Rehoboth will receive a donation from Five Guys equal to 20% of all sales during the benefit hours. It's certainly a win-win situationyou get great food while helping CAMP Rehoboth.
Help CAMP Help the Kids
As the Holidays draw near, CAMP Rehoboth is once again collecting items for local children and adults in need.
The focus of this year's effort is on new outerwear, hats, gloves and mittens, as well as new unwrapped toys for children who might otherwise go without a holiday gift.
Donations can be dropped off at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, 37 Baltimore Avenue, in downtown Rehoboth Beach. For more information, call Kathy at 302-227-5620.
Hecksher's Auto Gallery Helps CAMP
Bryan Hecksher, owner of the Auto Gallery of Delaware located on "the medical mile" (Savannah Road) in Lewes, is pleased to announce a special fundraising effort in conjunction with the dealership's 2nd Anniversary Celebration.
"I can't believe that my dream is already two years old. As part of our 2nd Anniversary Celebration and to once again thank the community for its support, we are donating $20 to CAMP Rehoboth for every auto detailing service performed during the months of December and January.
"This is a popular time for auto detailing. Our detailing services provide exceptional protection for your vehicle and CAMP Rehoboth will benefit from each vehicle we detail," said Hecksher. A four to five hour process, an Auto Gallery detailing includes a thorough wash and waxing of the exterior; steam cleaning and extraction of stains and smells in the interior; and all crevasses, shifter area, heat vents, trunk and steering wheel will be cleaned and detailed.
Hecksher, a down to earth guy who enjoys the company of people from all walks of life, has made many friends through the business of buying, consigning and selling cars. The business has also been a supporter of CAMP Rehoboth and our communitydonating many silent auction items for Sundance, and at Delaware Pride with their annual booth and giveaways.
Hecksher encourages auto enthusiasts to stop in and browse the car lot or shop the Auto Gallery Online Car Lot at www.AutoGalleryofDE.com. Open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday from 9-5 p.m., and on Sunday from noon-5 p.m., the Auto Gallery is located at 1144A Savannah Road, six miles north of Rehoboth Beach in Lewes, Delaware. For more information, call 302-645-5353, email email@example.com or visit them online at www.AutoGalleryofDE.com.
Judges Select Winners in Student Art Contest
Winners of the CAMP Rehoboth World AIDS Day Student Art Contest were selected by Michael Muller, Heide Lowe, and Eric Davison.
Vegas Auction Winners on Stage With Elton John
Cathin Bishop and Laura Simon mug for the cameras at Elton John's Las Vegas show, part of the Las Vegas trip they purchased at the Sundance Auction.
Nurses Camp for CAMP and Give 245 Flu Shots
Kelli Walker waits for Sandy Roberts to give her a flu shot at CAMP Rehoboth. Thanks to Beebe Medical Center for helping our community stay healthy.
Halloween Party Raises $9000 for CAMP Rehoboth
Bruce Pfeufer's Halloween Party to benefit CAMP Rehoboth was a great success. The festive event held at Cloud 9 Restaurant featured great food and drink and some fabulous costumes. Generous attendees donated a total of $2,800 dollars. With the contributions of Gene Roeand Bruce's matching fundsthe total raised was more than $9,000.
Art For a Claus Benefits Kid's Christmas
The Ward Ellinger Gallery, in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard at 39 Baltimore Avenue, is celebrating the holidays with its Art for a Claus show featuring small works by a variety of local artists. All proceeds from the show will be donated to CAMP Rehoboth to purchase winter clothing for area kids. Pictured is a shadow box by Lynn Finaldi.
Cancer Benefit at Cloud 9 Restaurant is a Family Affair
Matthew Berdini, the oldest son of John and Justine Berdini, joined Vessa Fulton in a crowd pleasing song at the Cloud 9 Wine, Jazz and Art Dinner for Breast Cancer on October 21. The annual fundraising dinnerin memory of Patricia L. Brimmraised approximately $4,000 for cancer programs at the Beebe Medical Center.
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 18, No. 15 November 21, 2008