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   Have you seen Ken Weaver's video of his presentation on early Strathmere history yet? Fire up the popcorn! Thanks, Ken, for generously sharing your work.

A Golden Nightmare. Click on the link in the menu bar up top for winners & pix.

Many thanks to all who contributed pix throughout the year, especially Ted Kingston and Greg Bennett.

To share pix, please email: Sia1912@comcast.net

Would you like to share your story?

   It's easy! Email: sia1912@comcast.net for details.

   As we continue to build our Strathmere Stories Archive, we invite you to sit back and watch Strathmere's Tom Leonard share his life's adventures on the seas, always returning to Strathmere. (Volunteers needed to help splice videos via our youtube channel.)

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 Gary Riordan Knocked It Out of the Park at the August Meeting! 

Twisties in a (Coco) Nutshell

Very Special Guest "Big Joan" DiFiore Provided Color Commentary!

In case you missed it, you can click on the two links below to watch the video.(This is part of our video archive project, Strathmere Stories. If you have time and know how to work splicing in youtube, we could use a hand.)





 

How Times Change!Look at the treasure we were recently given by Elizabeth Bergus's estate. Atlantic City Magazine, a little over 26 years ago, did a story on our sleepy town soon after a building moratorium had been lifted. (Moratorium was because of lack of a safe water supply.) Eight houses were under construction as of April 1992 (two finished during moratorium). Proud to say former SIA President Bill Cowan is featured, and the article gives credit to the SIA that "banded the residents together and called on Upper Township, the municipality that governs Strathemre, to impose the moratorium." Water was precious and the town was in danger of running out.

  Lynda Carpenter, Bruce & Gwen Riordan, Donald & Elizabeth Bergus, and Gussie Eggie and David Meade were also interviewed for the story. The SIA is passing the magazine along to the Schiavo Library for the public to enjoy up close and personal.

 


Gary Riordan and Twisties Tavern (part 1)

Remember these? If you'd like to register your vehicle as belonging to a "local," a free bumper sticker is avaliable. Email: sia1912@comcast.net for details.  Good for security- identifies your vehicle as one that belongs in town, especially during the off season. (@2" high X 3.5" wide)

Special Meeting Notice: UT Officials Return for a Bulkhead Study

Follow-up Meeting: September 15, 9 am, Firehouse

Click on menu bar    to view Stockton 2017 Coastal Report.

"Big Joan" Stroble DiFiore and Gary Riordan

(part 2)


​Strathmere Improvement Association

PO Box 4, Strathmere, NJ 08248         sia1912@comcast.net

   Have you paid your SIA dues yet? If not, please send a check to the SIA, PO Box 4, Strathmere, NJ 08248. $10.00 per person. Your dues help underwrite the July 4th Parade prizes, the annual Christmas Party, newsletter and website fees,  and several programs held over the summer season-more announcements soon! Thanks so much for taking part in a community organization dedicated to preserving life as we know it in Strathmere and to keeping you informed of goings on around town.