Cape Gazette

CAMP Rehoboth hosts annual Black and White Ball

Jun 12, 2013
Photos by: Deny Howeth Co-chairs of the Black and White Ball Steve Elkins, left, CAMP Rehobotth executive director, and Kathy Wiz of Rehoboth, stand at Clear Space Theatre.

The CAMP Rehoboth Community Center and sponsor PNC Wealth Management presented the annual Black and White Beach Ball June 1 at Clear Space Theatre in Rehoboth.

Twenty local and regional artists donated pieces to the HeART of the Community Live Auction curated by Murray Archibald, Michael Sprouse and Ellyn Weiss.

There were approximately 100 people in attendance. About $20,000 was raised for CAMP Rehoboth's operating costs. Donated art and volunteers helped make this event a success.
There also was a non art auction selling various services such as the cost of a month of free wifi, a week's worth of an electric bill, and CAMP Safe items.

Leanna Johannes, vice president of Wealth Management, PNC, Black and White Ball sponsor, stands with friends Stan Jensen and Joe Tropiano both of Millsboro, and Robin Bond, Esq. of Rehoboth and Philadelphia.
Twenty local and regional artists participated in the HeART of the Community Live Auction curated by Murray Archibald, Michael Sprouse and Ellyn Weiss (not shown).
Mary Jo Tartallo of Washington, D.C and Rehoboth chats with Bill McManus and David Nelson of Rehoboth while reviewing the art that was available for purchase during the auction.
Barbara Warden of Lewes and Aina Nergaard of Lewes, one of the 20 presenting artists, chat with presenting artist Sondra Arkin of Washington, D.C.
Gene Cavazos of New York City, Larry Richardson of Washington, D.C., Joe Filipek of Washington, D.C. and Rod Cook of Baltimore, Md. sport their black and white attire
Glen Pruitt, CAMP Rehoboth board member, Ward Elenger, one of 20 artists participating in the HeART of the Community Live Auction, and Barb Ralph of Long Neck, a volunteer for CAMP Rehoboth, enjoy the evening.
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