Grab a Boa and Walk the Boardwalk
Billed as a “fun event for a serious cause,” the annual Broadwalk on the Boardwalk has become a Sunday tradition on Women’s FEST weekend. The walk, hosted by CAMP Rehoboth, benefits Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition and honors survivors of all cancers. The dress is pink or lavender; registration is 9 a.m. on Sunday, April 12; the walk begins at 10 a.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, 37 Baltimore Ave.
Ladies 2000 Dance Returns to FEST
The popular Ladies 2000 dance party returns to the 2015 Women’s FEST lineup on Saturday, April 11, 4-10 p.m. at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Music by DJ Steve Singer; $15 per person.
CAMP Families Go CAMPing With Kids!
On the weekend of June 26-28, CAMP Rehoboth will host its first Family Pride CAMP for LGBT families. The weekend incudes a family welcome party at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, a beach day at Gordons Pond, a Sunday BBQ, and much more. Registration for Family Pride CAMP will begin in late April. For information email CAMP Rehoboth, or call CAMP Rehoboth at 302-227-5620. Photo by Kobby Dagan.
Paradise Island Volunteer Party!
CAMP Rehoboth will honor its many volunteers on Saturday, April 18 from 5-7 p.m. at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Party at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Dress for the islands!
rSquared Celebrates First Anniversary
In their first year, Rex Rogosch and Wayne Knaub of rSquared Design have carved out a niche on Baltimore Avenue all their own. Check out their store in the CAMP Courtyard. rSquaredDesign.net.
Glen Pruitt Steps Down from BOD
“Glen is one of the best Board Secretarys I’ve ever worked with.” says CAMP Rehoboth Board President Murray Archibald. “Which is one reason we are all so sorry to see him step down from his position on the CAMP Board of Directors.” Glen is currently Lay Leader of Epworth UMC and his job with the Delaware HIV Consortium keeps him on the road. Thank you Glen, for your many years of service, and all you continue to do for CAMP Rehoboth!
Letters in the Deep South, Ya’ll!
With Rehoboth weather still on the chilly side, Letters from CAMP Rehoboth took a swing through the deep south to warm up. Fay Jacobs and Bonnie Quesenberry hauled it down to Gulfport, Florida where they ran into quite a few Rehoboth expats including Bill Sievert, John Theis, and Larry Hooker to name a few.
CAMP Rehoboth Board member Kathy Wiz and her wife Muriel made it all the way to Marfa, Texas with Letters.
To submit a vacation photo for Letters, email a high res image and a brief description of your visit to Letters from CAMP Rehoboth.