Quarantine CAMPshots #TogetherApart
Social distancing saves lives. It doesn’t work so well when shooting CAMPshots, the popular Letters from CAMP Rehoboth photo pages. For the May issue of Letters, CAMP Rehoboth will accept photos from our readers. Please, only shoot photos with people already isolating together in the same house. To be considered for publication, please follow all the guidelines listed below.
Quarantine CAMPshots Submission Guidelines
- If more than one person is in the house together, make sure everyone is close together with their heads at about the same level.
- Shoot with good light in front of the subjects—not behind.
- Do not edit, crop, or add filters to the photograph.
- Shoot horizontally, and make sure the people in the photograph are shown from the waist up, and with a little extra space at the top.
- Email photo at the largest size possible. Low res images will not be used. Make sure the subject line reads CAMPshots 30-03 + YOUR NAME. In the email include the full names of everyone in the photo. Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travels with Letters
Carlos Prugue and Peter Pizzolongo at Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida.
A Big Word of Thanks!
CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST may have been cancelled for 2020 due to COVID-19, but CAMP Rehoboth’s love and thanks for these amazing sponsors knows no bounds. Thankfully, these 2020 sponsors continued to provide support to CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST even after the event was cancelled.
Atom Irwin/Susan Walls
Dupre Keating Group of Janney Montgomery Scott
Glussich Realty Group, Keller Williams
Golden Crown Literary Society
KPG Global LLC
MBA Mortgage Assoc
Midway Motion & Fitness
Morgan Stanley, Jenn Harpel
RBC Wealth Management, Susan H. Stewart
State Farm, Jeanine O'Donnell
Wash N Wag
Transliance Takes to Zoom
Like many groups, Transliance is making their support group available online. CAMP Rehoboth has been partnering with Transliance to host online support groups, which is proving to be convenient for members spread out across Sussex County (and beyond!). Transliance and CAMP Rehoboth will host our next transgender gathering on April 28 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom (meetup.com/Rehoboth-TransLiance). Check out CAMPdates in this issue of Letters for more CAMP Rehoboth virtual opportunities.
Chair Yoga Helps Folks Stay Active at Home.
Robert Robinson and husband Frank Echols were among the participants in the CAMP Rehoboth Chair Yoga class on April 7. CAMP Rehoboth is offering a number of virtual classes to help community members stay active while at home. Find out more about CAMP Rehoboth virtual programs at camprehoboth.com.
The Census and LGBTQ People in Delaware
A new report from National LGBTQ Task Force and the Center for American Progress underscores how important the Census is for LGBTQ individuals in Delaware. At stake is $220 million of SNAP funds for Delaware and $1.25 billion in Medicaid funds. Across the country and here in the state, LGBTQ folks are more likely to receive these services. Read the full report and learn more at camprehoboth.com/data.