All You Need Is Love! CAMP Chorus Concert Sells Out Winter Concert
The CAMP Rehoboth Chorus played to a standing room only audience at its February 11 winter concert at Epworth Church. The CAMP Chorus is a non-audition choir open to men and women, gay and straight. The chorus has also performed on World AIDS Day, at Women’s FEST, the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival, the Rehoboth Hometown Parade, and area healthcare facilities. For more information, call 302-227-5620.
Volunteer Team Leads Orientation
CAMP Rehoboth’s Volunteer Orientation Team: Steve Hoult, Leslie Sinclair, David Theil, Rebecca Moscoso, and Richard Stonebraker have great plans for our volunteers. Call 302-227-5620 for details.
Bingo for Boobs
Can’t wait to support DBCC? Broadwalk on the Boardwalk (part of CAMP Rehoboth's Women's FEST Weekend) will be sponsoring Rehoboth Ale House's “Bingo Balls for Charity,” Wednesday, April 4 from 7-9 p.m. Proceeds benefit DBCC—the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. Put on some pink and join the fun. You might even win a prize or two. The Rehoboth Ale House is located at 15 Wilmington Avenue. For more information, call 302-227-2337.
PFLAG Rehoboth Celebrates Birthday
The Rehoboth Beach PFLAG—Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays—will celebrate its first birthday on April 1, 2012 at 4 p.m. at Epworth United Methodist Church. Come and join in celebrating the success of the new PFLAG chapter at the April meeting. Refresh-ments will be served! For information, call Linda Gregory, the chapter president, at 302-841-1339, or email her.
Tret Fure, Poppy Champlin, Suzanne Westenhoefer, More
The 2012 CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST—April 12-15—has a line-up of great entertainment. From singer/songwriter Tret Fure to comedians Poppy Champlin and Suzanne Westenhoefer, there’s something for everyone. See page 28 for details on these and the many other activities planned for Women’s FEST.
RAMS (Rehoboth Area Men’s Social) Group
A new men’s social group was formed in the area in January. Rehoboth Area Men’s Social (RAMS) Group is a group for gay, bi, and curious men 21 years of age and older who reside in, or visit, the southern Delaware areas. Chaired by Ed Kaminsky, with Roy Perdue as Co-Chair, the group has over 30 members.
Kaminsky says RAMS Group will sponsor a wide range of events and activities—from potluck dinners to dinners at local restaurants, cocktail or theme parties, cookouts, game nights, Netflix at home, movie nights out, picnics on the beach, golf, lunch and gaming at the casino, and day trips.
Kaminsky explains, “Some events might have a cost, such as the ticket for a movie, or the cost of a dinner at a restaurant, which members are expected to pay. But otherwise, there are no fees.”
The RAMS Group’s first event is a St. Patrick’s Eve Dinner, Friday, March 16 at 6 p.m. at Finbar’s in Rehoboth Beach. Cost of the traditional dinner of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and homemade soda bread is $13.95, or order from the menu.
Letters on the Road!
Buenos Aires with Tom Sechowicz, Mark Gingras, Tom Rose, and Roy Candelaria; Antiqua with Paul Christensen, Dennis Morgan, Brett Smith, Joe Sutton, Todd Babish, and Stephen Facenda; Virgin Gorda with Jennifer Rubenstein, Diane Scobey, Barbara Passikoff, and Sandra Pace; Maui with Jim Lebak and Gary Wojciechowski; Florida with Max Dick Bob Hoffer, Jerry Sipes, and Matt Turlinski; and New Orleans with Michael Summerlin and Keith McDonald.