One More Time! And the Winner Is...
There’s only one more chance to catch the sensational CAMP Rehoboth Chorus 2015 concert And The Winner Is.... The final performance is at Delaware Tech in Georgetown on March 29, at 3 p.m.
Caroline Huff Exhibit in CAMP Gallery
The work of artist Caroline Huff is now being exhibited in the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center Gallery. There will be a “happy hour” artist’s reception on Tuesday, March 17 from 5-6:30 p.m., open to the public. The CAMP Rehoboth Gallery features individual and group shows throughout the year. For information or to be included in future exhibitions contact Sal Seeley at CAMP Rehoboth.
Health Awareness With Free Screening
Beebe Healthcare and CAMP Rehoboth will offer free health screenings at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on March 28 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The Health Fair is a part of LGBT Health Awareness Week at CAMP Rehoboth. Other activities include: Silver Foxes (50+) Social and screening of the film Gen Silent; a Transgendered Service of Remembrance and Awareness. For information call CAMP Rehoboth at 302-227-5620.
All About Women’s FEST: Tickets Online
All the information needed to get the very best out of CAMP Rehoboth’s 15th Women’s FEST is available on the CAMP Rehoboth website—including a list of frequently asked questions about the event and ordering tickets and FEST passes online. To really enjoy this year’s event, a FEST Pass is the way to go—and they’re going fast! See page 54 for more on the FEST Pass, or read it online. Women’s FEST is April 9-12.
Mixx Kicks off Year of Silver Celebration
CAMP Rehoboth’s Silver Anniversary year got off to a good start with a Silvertini dinner party that raised funds for CAMP Rehoboth. Pictured are Kathy Wiz, Ginger Breneman, and Jane Blue.
CAMP Exhibit at Rehoboth Museum
CAMP Rehoboth Executive Director Steve Elkins and Rehoboth Beach Museum Director Nancy Alexander partnered to bring the CAMP Rehoboth Museum exhibit back in time to celebrate CAMP’s 25th!
RAMS Group Easter Bonnet Brunch
The Rehoboth Area Men’s Social (RAMS) Group will hold its third annual Easter Bonnet Brunch on Saturday, March 28, 2015, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m at Rigby’s.
Cost is $15 per person, which includes the buffet brunch, one drink, and gratuity. Prizes will be awarded for the most creative bonnets.
All men are invited. Bonnets are encouraged, but not required. Early reservations are recommended.
To reserve, call Michael Roussell, host, at 302-227-6222, or respond by email.
E-Racing The Blues
The Mental Health Association in Delaware’s E-Racing the Blues South Committee will meet on Thursday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, 37 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach.
Learn all about the E-Racing the Blues South Walk planned for May 9 in Rehoboth. The Sussex County Committee will talk about the benefits of participation in this growing event, which raises awareness of MHA’s important programs, including suicide prevention. The first 25 guests will receive a free E-Racing the Blues T-shirt! Register by email at, or call 302-654-6833.
PA Wedding Bells for Rehoboth Couple
Now that Pennsylvania weddings are legal, Russ Koerwer and Steve Schreiber are joined here by their clergy friends who married them—including (top left) Rev. Jeffrey Ross of St. Peter’s, Lewes.
Letters on the Road Once Again!
Now that the new season of Letters from CAMP Rehoboth is underway, so is its world travels. From the top: Fred Gray, Bob Hoffer, Jeffery Myers, Sean Albright and Max Dick in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Karen Jorgensen, Cindy Scott, Debbie Dorris, Karen Dorris, Diane Pasatieri, and Sandy Sommerfield took Letters to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Letters made it back to Palm Springs, California this winter with Sandy Oropel, Linda Frese, Margie Moore, Sherie Mixel, Donna Ohle, and Sue Gaggotti.
Michael Warns and Rick Freda carted Letters to Cartagena, Columbia. And finally, our favorite in the “most prepared” category, Philip Reich took Letters to the Underwater Museum while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico. To submit a photo, send a high resolution image to Letters from CAMP Rehoboth.