Rehoboth library hosting Inland Bays exhibit

April 23, 2014

Inland Bays Foundation Vice President Henry Glowiak, left, is shown presenting a foundation polo shirt to Jessica Prayer, assistant director of the Rehoboth Beach Public Library, in appreciation for her assistance in setting up the Inland Bays Foundation's monthlong exhibit, which opened April 16 in the library.

The foundation invites the public to visit the library and learn more about the degraded condition of Inland Bays water quality, which makes them often unswimmable and unfishable.

Delaware’s Inland Bays (Rehoboth, Indian River and Little Assawoman) are shallow, slow-draining bodies of water facing ongoing challenges from nutrient pollution and often very high levels of bacterial contamination. Learn more at or its Facebook page.

The Inland Bays Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization which is dedicated to cleaning the Inland Bays to make them once again fishable and swimmable. It meets at 4 p.m., the second Wednesday of every month in the Bethany library. The public is welcome and encouraged to join members in their efforts.