Rose Schmidt and Carolyn Horn
We’ve supported CAMP Rehoboth from the very beginning. In the early ‘90s there were bumper stickers that read “Keep Rehoboth a Family Town.” We knew what that meant, and we knew we all had to do something. We liked how CAMP Rehoboth worked within the system to make a difference and to bring different kinds of people together. We made a lot of progress. However, last year’s presidential election was a real wake-up call. America is divided by race, by gender, by sexual orientation. Sometimes we cannot even agree on the facts! That is why CAMP Rehoboth is more relevant now than ever before.