Chef Hari Cameron hosted a fundraiser Oct. 17 for Epworth UMC Skate Project at his restaurant, a(MUSE.), at 44 Baltimore Ave. in Rehoboth Beach.
Cameron served complimentary hors d'oeurves to guests. In addition to skateboarders and project donors, the event was attended by skate park designer and builder Jesse Clayton, owner of 5th Pocket Inc. Clayton will design and build the concrete skate park at Epworth United Methodist Church on Holland Glade Road.
The skate project is continuing to raise funds for the park. For information on how to contribute go to www.eumcrb.org/sk8 or contact Kathy Scott at 302-645-1517.
Pictured (l-r) are Scott, skateboarders Zach Gallagher and Rick Price, a(MUSE.) owner Cameron, skate park designer Clayton, skateboarder John Devine and skate project member James West.