Years ago, Rehoboth Beach was first founded as a Methodist Church campground and its name, a biblical one, can be loosely translated as ‘room for all.’ It is a beautiful sentiment, but one that has been sometimes hard to live up to here as CAMP Rehoboth. Lately, we’ve been running out of room at several of our events!
CAMP Rehoboth Chorus had three amazing sold-out shows at Epworth United Methodist Church. It was a fun and festive show. Congratulations to all involved. If you missed out, however, fear not: a final show is coming up Sunday, April 26, at Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences in Georgetown. And get ready, because a new chorus season will be starting soon with concerts to look forward to in June.
Women’s FEST passes sold out quickly, along with several Women’s FEST events, including the 18-hole golf outing, and the pickleball and cornhole tournaments. Don’t worry however—if you would like to be part of this amazing 20th anniversary event, there are still plenty of activities and events you can enjoy. Find out more in the pages ahead.
Our upcoming March bus trip to Philly has sold out, and our April bus trip to New York City will likely sell out by the time you read this. If you missed signing up for these trips, you will be happy to know that more fun bus trips are on their way!
Finally, our upcoming summit for students in Kent and Sussex Counties is fully booked as well. It is an honor to support local students who participate in GSAs (Gender and Sexuality Alliances) at this free event.
CAMP Rehoboth offers many great opportunities to build community and connections, and of course, have fun and simply enjoy each other’s company. And there are lots of great events to look forward to, including our upcoming cabaret show with the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus. While we know there may not be ‘room for all’ at each of our events, I hope every one of you finds a way to connect with this wonderful community.
With support from people like you, we can continue and expand the community events you have grown to love. CAMP Rehoboth is lucky to have over 1,000 members who support our work. Each one of them is listed in this issue of Letters. We would not be here today without their support.
In addition to our community building events, membership support allows us to continue our important work promoting health, supporting the arts, and advocating for our community.
If you are not yet a member, you can visit camprehoboth.com and sign up today! Among the perks that members receive is the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance. So if you want to make sure you get your tickets to our next event, be sure to sign up today. ▼