Cape Gazette

SOLA3 celebrates 10th anniversary

By Ryan Mavity | Aug 22, 2014
Photo by: Ryan Mavity

Rehoboth Beach — For its birthday, Save Our Lakes Alliance3 in Rehoboth Beach received a gift 10 years in the making.

State Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes and Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth Beach, sponsored a historical designation for Silver Lake and Lake Comegys, with a marker to be placed recognizing SOLA3’s role in protecting Rehoboth’s three lakes, which also includes Lake Gerar.

The historical marker will be formally dedicated at 10 a.m., Monday, Aug. 25, on Silver Lake Drive, in the same area where SOLA3 has staged its annual lake cleanup since 2006.

SOLA3 celebrated its 10th anniversary with a party at the home of John and Bryn Burke.

Shown are (l-r) host John Burke, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary David Small, SOLA3 founder and president Sallie Forman, Forman’s husband Jonah Gitlitz, SOLA3 director Tom Childers and SOLA3 secretary Toni Sharp.

SOLA3 founder and president Sallie Forman, left, poses with Sen. Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes and his wife, Janis. (Photo by: Ryan Mavity)
Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper attends SOLA3’s 10th anniversary party with his wife, Diane. The city of Rehoboth was given SOLA3’s annual conservation award in 2010. (Photo by: Ryan Mavity)
DNREC Secretary David Small, right, is shown with SOLA3 director Tom Childers. (Photo by: Ryan Mavity)
As part of the celebration, SOLA3 displayed letters from Rehoboth Elementary School students who took part in SOLA3’s annual lakes education initiative. (Photo by: Ryan Mavity)
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