I really feel compelled to write you and just simply say, “Sal Seeley is awesome.” I have been working with him and others on the CAMP Rehoboth Health and Wellness Committee addressing various senior LGBTQ needs. I cannot say enough positive things about Sal. He is the last person to “toot his own horn,” but I think he really is one of CAMP Rehoboth’s unsung heroes and a treasure to have as an employee.
My observations of Sal’s skills include his being knowledgeable, thoughtful, kind, caring, funny, personable, and willing to listen. Working on a committee with him, I have found that he will allow for discussion and ideas, but he is also comfortable enough to be the decision maker. He keeps us moving forward, and we are really doing some great work together. I see him work morning, noon, and night—without complaint I might add. He really does go above and beyond.
Please make sure Sal knows how valued he is.
Jana Kamminga—Senior Social Worker Case Manager Supervisor, Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
My name is Morgan Pitts and I'm the Outreach Coordinator for the Center for the Inland Bays. I'm writing today both to introduce myself to CAMP Rehoboth and to tell you about an upcoming event in which your membership may be interested.
On Tuesday, June 6, the Clean Water Coalition (a broad coalition of non-profits, businesses and private citizens) is holding a Clean Water Rally at the state capitol building in Dover. The rally starts at 10:30 a.m. with optional legislator visits starting after noon. We're advocating for a public fund to support clean water—something that has a direct impact on folks in Rehoboth both through access to clean waterways for recreation and for the tourism dollars that come into the town.
I would also personally be interested in becoming more involved in your organization—if there are any upcoming volunteer events, please let me know. If anyone in your membership is interested, we are going to be providing free transportation from our parking lot here at Indian River Inlet that morning. For more information and to register (registration gets you a t-shirt and lunch) please visit: cleanwaterdelaware.org/ clean-water-rally.
I hope to see you all there!
Morgan Pitts—Education and Outreach Coordinator, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
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