Finding Hope on World AIDS Day
December 1 is World AIDS Day, and this year, organizers for Rehoboth’s World AIDS Day Candlelight Walk and Service of Remembrance and Hope are focused on hope. An event schedule is available in this issue or on the CAMP website. Photo (by Dan Cook): Karl Zoric and Kenny Mahan participate in the 2013 Service at All Saints’.
CAMP Rehoboth Chorus Can’t Stop the Beat!
February 9-11, the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus opens its 2018 concert season with Can’t Stop the Beat!, featuring Broadway hits, rock and roll, swing, the blues, disco, and more. Directed by Doug Yetter. Tickets go on sale in early December at camprehoboth.com.
Only Six Seats Left for Safari
With only six seats remaining, the 2019 CAMP Rehoboth African Safari is almost sold out. On November 30, Annette Stellhorn of Accent on Travel will host another Safari info party at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center for anyone interested in joining this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. For more information call Annette at 302-278-6100.
Wintertime Construction Begins at CAMP Rehoboth
Thanks to grants from the Longwood Foundation, Delaware Community Foundation, Festival of Cheer, Inc, and others, the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center is getting new siding and windows. Chaired by Leslie Sinclair, the Grants Committee responsible for funding this project (Ron Barisano, Liz Coit, Rebecca Moscoso and Marj Shannon) have worked hard to make it happen. Photo: Steve Elkins, CAMP Rehoboth Executive Director; Leslie Sinclair; Eric Korpon, Facilities Manager; Jose Fernandez of Atilio’s Construction, and Jane Blue, Operations Chair.
Delaware Division of the Arts Artist Fellows 2017 at CAMP
On Saturday, November 11, Delaware Division of the Arts Artist Fellows 2017 award winners participated in a exhibition and performance at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. The collaborative event was organized by the CAMP Rehoboth Arts Team, the Biggs Museum of American Art, and the Delaware Division of the Arts.
Letters from CAMP Takes a Vacation
Though it is true that Letters from CAMP Rehoboth is about to take its winter vacation, its readers have been carrying it all over the world for years. This month, Herb Russell took it to the Vermont State House for the dedication of the Equality Historic Marker he sponsored. Bill Graff and Jeff Shook visited the Finger Lakes in NY with it. Skip Claiborne and Jim Ryan spent a week with it at the Ixtapan Spa in Mexico.