Digital Photography Workshop at CAMP
Local freelance photographer Judy G. Rolfe of Rolfe Photography is offering a hands-on digital photography workshop on Saturday, March 27, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Designed for all levels of photographers, the workshop will emphasize how to use your camera to make great images. Everyone will go home knowing how to use their digital camera. If time allows, there’ll be some tips on how to make great pictures.
Workshop cost is $99, and space is limited. To register, contact Rolfe Photography, 302-644-4458, rolfephotography.com. A follow-up class will cover getting photos into the computer, burned on CD, and archived.
Orchids Take the Chill Out of Winter
Ted Lewis, the orchid man of Delaware Beach Life fame (Nov/Dec 2009 issue), will have some of his lovely orchids on display in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard, 39 Baltimore Avenue, on Saturday, March 13 from 2-5 p.m. Bring your cameras—and questions—and celebrate the coming of spring.
Local Man Starting Gay Social Club
This new club will provide a monthly social activity for both men and women, with potluck dinners and socializing. There are no dues, no rules, and no mandatory attendance. Just show up with some food (home made or store bought) and have a good time. Dinners will usually be Saturday from 7-10 p.m.
This club is purely social—people getting together for a nice time. The first dinner is March 27 in Millsboro. For directions, call Ed, 856-296-7136 or email email@example.com.
Happy 90th Birthday to Miss Margaret
CAMP Rehoboth Volunteers on Vacation recently joined in celebrating the 90th birthday of Miss Margaret Jones (in red). She has lived in West Rehoboth for 87 years!
Letters Cruises on the High Seas
Ken Reilly and Tony Ghigi took Letters from CAMP Rehoboth along with them on a recent RSVP cruise. Letters likes to travel, so if you take her with you on a trip, send us a photo.
The Brick Gives Back to Charity
The historic Brick Hotel in Georgetown is celebrating charity month. Join CAMP Rehoboth’s Steve Elkins, Sunday, March 28 from 6-9 p.m. as he pours drinks for CAMP. Call 855-5800 for details.
Jack Suwanlert Is A New U.S. Citizen
The recent blizzard in DC may have closed down the federal government, but it didn’t stop Rehoboth’s Jack Suwanlert from taking the oath of citizenship in a naturalization ceremony hosted in the Capitol office of Congressman John B. Larson (D-CT). Jack is pictured with his partner George Shevlin (center) and Congressman Larson as the oath was administered by Judge Emmet Sullivan.
Women’s FEST Brochure Available Online and at CAMP
The CAMP Rehoboth 2010 Women’s FEST brochure is filled with details for the April 8-11 event. Find the brochure online at camprehoboth.com, or call 302-227-5620 if you would like one mailed to you. A comprehensive description of the FEST happenings can also be found on page 8 of this issue of Letters. Mark your calendar for a great time!
MIXX it Up For CAMP Rehoboth
Ginger Breneman and Pete Borsari invite you to celebrate the coming of spring with brunch at MIXX on Sunday, March 21 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. with 20% of all proceeds benefitting the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Plus, you’ll be treated to performances by local entertainers Isabella Frost and Julia Sugarbaker. MIXX is located at 26 Baltimore Ave. Call 302-226-8700 for reservations