Joe Gauthreaux DJ/ Remixer at Sundance
This year’s 28th Sundance will feature internationally known DJ/Remixer Joe Gauthreaux. Playing clubs and parties all over the world, Joe has remixed the likes of Frenchie Davis, Kristine W., Bimbo Jones, Ne-Yo, and Justin Bieber. His 2014 debut single “Bye Felicia” featuring Mitch Amtrak reached number five on the Billboard Dance Chart. Tickets are available on the CAMP website. Don’t miss this special night. Let’s dance!
Around the World at Sundance Auction
From Napa Valley and the Caribbean to a spectacular all inclusive seven night Luxury River Cruise (with a varitey of dates and itineraries) donated by Accent On Travel, travel takes center stage at this year’s Sundance Live Auction. The just announced five day San Francisco and Napa Valley trip includes airfare, accomodations at incredible hotels, and more. Plus Olivia is offering a Caribbean Escape this winter. Going once, twice...sold!
Pizza and Talk: New Youth Group Begins
CAMP Rehoboth is starting a new youth group. Young adults ages15-20 are invited to the first meeting on September 24, 6-7:30 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Those attending will help determine the format of the group. Pizza will be served. The group will be facilitated by Jeanne Dukes, LCSW and Salvatore Seeley, LCSW. For information contact Jeanne Dukes at 302-430-2127 or Salvatore Seeley at 302-227-5620.
Beebe Healthcare Presents $2,500 In Support of CAMP’s 25th Anniversary
On July 21, CAMP Rehoboth Silverbration Committee members Chris Beagle (Co-chair) and Kathy Davison, acceped a $2,500 check from Judy Aliquo, President and CEO, Beebe Medical Foundation; Tom Protack, Director of Development, Beebe Medical Foundation; and Jeffrey Fried, FACHE, President and CEO, Beebe Healthcare. Beebe Healthcare is also once again a $1,000 Sponsor of CAMP Rehoboth’s Sundance 2015.
Church Organists Annual Rehoboth Beach Visit
DC, Baltimore, and Philly church organists gathered recently at the Blue Moon. Photo: Michael Smith, Mathew Rader, Jonathan Ortloff, Seth Turner, Colin Lynch, Bobby Stubbs, Pamala Stanley, Jesse Lausch, Frank Orman, Thomas Smith, TJ Thomas, Jeremy Zuck, John Barnes, and Jason Abel.
Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Opening of Griswold Home Care
The Lewes Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the new office of Griswold Home Care. Front: Kathy Davison, Beth Copeland, Maryanne Murray, Sussex Co Councilwoman Joan Deaver, Tina Lynch. Back: Betsy Reamer, Ben Inloes, Sarah Hoopes, Julia Kneller, Lewes Mayor Ted Becker, and Nicole Strike.
Ed Noyalis: He’s Got Your Number
Ed Noyalis showed up recently at CAMP Rehoboth with a beautiful rainbow colored street number tile, hand painted just for the Community Center—and he installed it, too! Ed has also generously offered to donate a portion of all the tiles he sells to CAMP Rehoboth, and his work will be a part of this year’s Sundance Silent Auction. So no matter where you live, one thing’s for sure, Ed Noyalis has got your number!
Wedding Bells Ring Across America
With wedding bells now ringing all across the country, the weddings celebrated here over the last two years have even more meaning. On July 10, Edward Luczkiewicz and Maynard Vedral were married at the Sussex County Courthouse and celebrated at The Brick Hotel with friends Mark Hartl and Fred Gentry. On July 25, Glen Parr and Joe Della Torre were married on the beach at Gordons Pond and celebrated with friends at Salero in Rehoboth Beach.