World AIDS Day is December 1
World AIDS Day in Rehoboth will again feature a Candlelight Walk and a Service of Remembrance and Hope. To add a name to the list read at the service, email Steve Elkins, or use the World AIDS Day form on the CAMP Rehoboth wesite.
CAMP Women’s FEST Salutes its Legacy Sponsors
The CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST team is grateful for all its sponsors, and especially wanted to thank its 2016 Legacy Sponsors: Jeanine O’Donnell (State Farm), Lana Warfield (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Gallo Realty), and Jenn Harpel (Morgan Stanley).
30th Anniversary AIDS Walk Delaware in RB
On September 24, the 30th Anniversary AIDS Walk Delaware took place on both ends of the state—in Wilmington and in Rehoboth Beach. A collaboration between AIDS Delaware and the Delaware HIV Consortium, the event raises funds for services, education, outreach, and testing throughout the state. With the help of teams like this one from Walgreens the event has raised close to $100,000. Photo: Debbie Ewart, Guy Ewart, Dennis Bowen, Kristie Cunningham, Willie Cunningham, Walt Medino, Erin Thompson, Jocelyn Krause, Hayle Krause, and Pat Lewes.
CAMP Hosts DSAG Art
The work of the Delaware Shore Artists' Group will be featured in the CAMP Gallery 10/15-11/16. See CAMP Arts for more.
Straight Eights Car Club Returns to RB
On Saturday, September 17, the Straight Eights Lambda Car Club once again held its annual Beach Ball car show on the beach block of Baltimore Avenue. The 2016 Car Show continued a three year tradition and presented a People’s Choice Award where the public participated in voting for their favorite car. The winner this year was this gorgeous 1985 Volkswagen Westfalia owned by Richard Gamble and Paul Lindsey.
Mr. Double L 2016 Winner
The Mr. Double L Contest has been a popular event on the Rehoboth calendar for years. That tradition continued on October 8, when the Double L Bar awarded Shane Boyd (right) the title of Mr. Double L 2016. The first runner-up prize went to Joe Wozniak (left).
Weddings and Travel with Letters
Autumn continues to be a popular time for weddings: (Clockwise from top left) Jim Wigand and Jim Chupella were married in Nantucket (photo: Brittany Adams); Michael Fetchko and Keith Petrack in Rehoboth; Leslie Sinclair and Debbie Woods in Connecticut; and Tom Newton and John Hackett in Arlington, Virginia. (Below) Eric Engelhart, Chris Beagle, and Andrew Cliff in Vancouver.