Celebrating 20 Years! Happy Birthday Dos Locos!
From carry-out on Baltimore Avenue to a booming business on Rehoboth Avenue, Dos Locos has been serving Rehoboth Beach for 20 years. Pictured: Darryl Ciarlante, Gino Harris, Enrique Hernandez, Jose Calderon, Daniel Ortiz, Wayne Juneau, and Joe Zuber.
Frogg Pond Biggest Loser Contest Raises $5,000 for SPCA
Employees and customers of the Frogg Pond lost hundreds of pounds in order to raise $5,000 for the Delaware SPCA. Pictured: Viki Dee, Bruce Galm, Davey Keich, Sharon Messina, Dave Byrd, Rhonda Weldon, Keara McVicker, Amber Willis, owner Pete Borsari, Liz Renshaw, Lisa Caputo, Karen Clark, and Kathy Callahan.
CAMP Features Abstract Art
The CAMP Rehoboth Gallery, 37 Baltimore Ave., presents Abstract Art featuring selections from area artists. Meet the artists at a reception on Saturday, April 14 from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Upcoming shows: Pride, May 19-June 19; Photography, July 19-August 19; Aina Nergaard-Nammack, August 20-September 20, and Terry Isner, September 22-October 22. (Painting by Lee Wayne Mills.)
The Music of Jerry Herman Comes to CAMP Rehoboth
Celebrate the music of Broadway genius Jerry Herman as Fay J Productions presents Jerry’s Girls starring the Annapolis Divas. The fun takes place at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 27-29. Tickets ($20) are available online. The production is sponsored by The Sea Bova Associates, and At Melissa’s B&B.
MCC Celebrates A Groundbreaking Occasion
Nearly 100 well-wishers gathered Sunday, March 25 for the groundbreaking service for MCC-Rehoboth’s new home on Plantation Road. The worship center, when completed this summer, will accommodate approximately 150 persons. Shown are MCCR Pastor Rev. K’Lynne McKinley, Building Committee Chair Shila Hayden, and Domi Sanchez.
Letters on Vacation
Letters likes to spread the gospel of Rehoboth Beach all over the world. Recent travels were with Jerry Sipes and Matt Turlinski at Tamarindo, Costa Rica; Lyn Burleson and Sharon Werner on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii; Mike Behringer (photographed by Nelson Correa) in Key West; and Bill Graff and Jeff Schuck as they renewed their vows onboard the Celebrity Summit while docked in St. Barth’s in the Virgin Islands.
RAMS Group Party on Cinco De Mayo
The Rehoboth Area Men’s Social (RAMS) Group will celebrate Cinco de Mayo Sat., May 5, at 8 p.m. at Café Azafran, 18 Baltimore Ave. in Rehoboth Beach.
Café Azafran will offer special $7 tapas and reduced priced margaritas and sangria, or order from the menu.
Any man interested in attending the party should RSVP to Jorge Castanon or 856-296-7136 by Thursday, May 3.
RAMS Group is a new group for gay, bi, and curious men 21 years of age and older who reside in, or visit, southern Delaware. There are no dues or membership fees. For information on the RAMS Group and its activities. RAMS Group Website
Grief and Loss Group Offered at CAMP Rehoboth
Are you grieving the loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or other life change? CAMP Rehoboth will be offering a Grief and Loss Group beginning in mid-April.
In a safe and supportive environment, the group will explore issues pertaining to loss, grief, change, connectedness, and healing. Information about the major tasks involved in grieving will be shared for discussion. Members will be encouraged to share their stories, and both provide and receive support in a compassionate atmosphere. All are welcome to join the group.
The group will meet from 6-7 p.m. for eight weeks, and will be facilitated by Jessica Fritzges, M.S., and Salvatore Seeley, LCSW. The day of the week will be determined by the number of people who sign up. A minimum of five people is needed to begin the group.
If interested in attending, please email Sal Seeley at call 302-227-5620.