37169 Rehoboth Avenue, Suite 11
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
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A HUGE thanks to the incredible volunteers who hand stuffed 11,000 eggs with candy and then "hid" them in Lewes Canalfront Park on Easter weekend. The smiles on hundreds of happy little faces was priceless! A great time was had by all.
April 7 is the start of CAMP Rehoboth Women's FEST, four days of dances, workshops, entertainment and fun, ending with Sunday's Broadwalk on the Boardwalk, a fundraiser for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. Also next weekend is the Spring Dewey Greyhound Gathering, Party at the Pond (Jeep Jamboree), the 19th Annual Delaware Resorts Home Expo and so much more. Later on this month is the Elvis Tribute at the Rusty Rudder - and a new festival debuts in June called The Beach Goes Blue.
Speaking of events, check out the jam packed Local Buzz calendar. We update it several times a week, so visit often.
Did you know there are so many bridge groups at the beach that you could play every night of the week? Read more about it here. If you need or want to volunteer, or your club isn't listed HERE, let me know. Volunteer help is needed at the Zwaanendael Club Museum Store and the Ryves Holt House Visitor Center. Contact the Lewes Historical Society for more info. MERR needs donations for its annual yard sale - call 228-5029 and give your gently used items to a great cause.
A guest post by dog trainer, Deb Murray.
Some sobering facts:
◾Each year 4.5 million people in the US are bitten by dogs and 1 in 5 of those bites require medical attention.
◾Of the 800,000+ people bitten who need medical attention, at least half of them are children.
◾Children are the most common victims of dog bites, and are more likely to be severely injured, and about 75% of them are bitten by dogs they are familiar with .
◾As the number of dogs in the home increases, so does the likelihood of being bitten. Adults with two or more dogs in the household are five times more likely to be bitten than those living without dogs at home.
Dog bites are preventable. Set up your family and your dog for success by following these 7 tips.