Jump Shout! The Skivvies are a Hippity Hoppity Hit in Rehoboth Beach!
When CAMP Rehoboth announced that it was bringing The Skivvies to town, nobody knew who they were. That all changed on June 30 when Rehoboth fell in love with Nick Cearley, Lauren Molina—and guest Nick Adams. Rumor has it that The Skivvies might return next summer. Photos by Murray Archibald.▼
World Survivor’s Day on August 1 at MCC
Long-term AIDS survivor, Christopher Costas has created World Survivor Day “to celebrate the history and the message of Hope [cultivated] by those all around the world who have survived the daily attacks of the virus.” MCC Rehoboth (19369 Plantation Rd), is the location for the first World Survivor’s Day—August 1 at 7 p.m. Survivors who would like to share their own History of Hope, email christophercostasphotography@ gmail.com. ▼
RB Museum Summer LGBTQ Series
The Rehoboth Beach Museum continues its Summer LGBTQ Series by hosting conversations with the LGBTQ community at the Anna Hazzard Museum. Monday, July 16, 6-7 p.m., “The Current State of Affairs.” Come discuss the Rehoboth community today, as an accepting Mid-Atlantic town where everyone can feel free to come as they are. Then on Monday, July 23, 6-7 p.m., be part of the conversation “Where Are We Going? to discuss the future of Rehoboth’s LGBTQ Community. Discuss questions like “What does the future of Rehoboth look like?” “How do we keep young generations of LGBTQ people coming to Rehoboth in a time where many areas are accepting, or at least tolerate queer people?” “Will we be a ‘retirement’ town or can we build a multigenerational hometown and resort?” The sessions are free, but space is limited and going fast. RSVP to the Rehoboth Beach Museum at (302) 227-7310.▼
Around Town–Idols and Retirement
When the Blue Moon’s popular Rehoboth Idol competition ended its 11th season on June 27, owner Tim Ragan presented a check for $1000 and a trophy to the 2018 Idol winner Donette Love. Across town, Della Willy and Kimberly Bart joined Rick Unitowski to celebrate his retirement from the Rehoboth Beach Post Office after 19 years of service. His familiar and smiling face will be missed. Photos by Tony Burns.▼
In the Name of Love! Last Call for 2018 Sundance Hosts and Sponsors
With printing deadlines fast approaching, Sundance 2018 Team Captains have begun their last big push to sign-up Hosts, Supporters, and Sponsors for the event. “Steve [Elkins] was so good at making reminder calls,” says husband and Sundance Chair Murray Archibald. “We had to line up a whole team to replace him—so please, save us a call, and sign up today!” Forms are available at CAMP Rehoboth, or sign up online at camprehoboth.com. Sundance 2018—In the Name of Love—is in memory of CAMP Rehoboth and Sundance co-founder Steve Elkins.▼
Around the World with Letters
Letters from CAMP Rehoboth is on the road once again, this time with Sandra Skidmore on the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia.
Email high res Letters travel photos as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. ▼