Strathmere Improvement Association
PO Box 4, Strathmere, NJ 08248 email@example.com
It's that time of year!
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Remember these? If you'd like to register your vehicle as belonging to a "local," a free bumper sticker is avaliable. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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)
Karen Mitchell shared these showing the Township clearing pathways and trucking sand northward.
Note: Next Township Committee Meeting is rescheduled to April 29 because of the Easter Holiday; 7:30 pm, UT Hall.
Ted's shot of Whale Beach from the air.
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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.)
Easter Sunrise Mass on Williams Ave, 4/21, 6 am. All Welcome. Bring your own Chair!
Enjoy Some Winter and Early Spring Pix
Snapped by Some of our Favorite Beachcombers.
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.
Many thanks to all who contributed pix throughout the year, especially Ted Kingston and Greg Bennett. To share pix, please email: Sia1912@comcast.net
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Time for renewing your SIA membership. Please send a check for your dues 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. Last summer we gave away 250 stainless steels straws to young people to help raise awareness of reducing plastic on our beaches and in our waters.
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.
Daylight Savings Time sky changes: Greg Bennett's sunrise and Ted Kingston's morning rainbow.
John Zee snapped this old jetty in Whale Beach on Taylor Ave during a blowout tide.
Morning Treat from Greg.
2018 Stockton Coastal Report Just Released!
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