Yearly Membership 2013-2018:
The Seabrook Beach Civic Association membership.
Yearly membership will begin on October 31 and end September 30 (Following Year).
Hello Beach Community!
Once again I want to thank you for your continued support of the Seabrook Beach Civic Association. Your memberships and gracious donations are crucial to the efforts of enhancing and ensuring the enjoyment of our beach community.
If you are a property or business owner or simply residing in the Seabrook Beach Village District, please consider joining the Seabrook Beach Civic Association as the work that we do truly is a community effort for the betterment of the Village District.
Membership Forms are available at Seabrook Beach Civic Association at P.O. Box 1601, Seabrook, NH 03874.
Looking forward to another great year,
Peter J Volpe, Jr
Seabrook Beach Civic Association
Why should you join the Seabrook Beach Civic Association?
But, why should you join the Seabrook Beach Civic Association when there are many who already have and the place looks great? The answer is fairly simple, the Seabrook Beach Civic Association would not exist if it weren’t for you... it depends entirely on you and your support (financial and physical) to survive and thrive.
What one derives from any association is directly proportional to what he puts into it. The greatest benefit of any association is the camaraderie that takes place between members who together work towards a common goal, the officers and the board of directors never tire of hearing that other associations respect the goals and unity of our members.
If you would like to experience the camaraderie first hand- participate by giving an investment of time and effort in our activities. To those who cannot physically join in our projects or activities, we have opportunities that will allow you to help that can be accomplished right from your home and if that is not possible it is important to remember that it is equally important that you join the association and become a part of what we do and make happen with your membership donation- without that much of what we do would not be possible.
Want to volunteer?
According to Wikipedia, "Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity and is intended to promote
good or improve human quality of life. In return, this activity can produce a feeling of self-worth and respect.
There is no financial gain involved. Volunteering is also renowned for skill development, socialization, and fun.
It is also intended to make contacts for possible employment. Many volunteers are specifically trained in the
areas they work, such as medicine, education, or emergency rescue. Others serve on an as-needed basis,
such as in response to a natural disaster."
Seabrook Beach Civic Association volunteers come in all shapes, sizes and walks of life. They are at the beach
for a day, sometimes year round , some live in or near Seabrook Beach while others travel from far away places
(Australia, Hawaii and Florida).
We have volunteers that sign up for a one-time project, while others make a two-year commitment. But all volunteers have a common denominator - they all volunteer to improve the Seabrook Beach Village District.
To volunteer, contact us at Seabrook Beach Civic Association at P.O. Box 1601, Seabrook, NH 03874.
Meet some people who have!
David Ritchie, his son Max and son-in-law Joe
helping to straighten a bench after
shifting sands made it unstable just before
Labor Day in 2017
May 23, was the first summer Walkway CleanUp Day for 2015
After cleaning the pathways, planters were installed. More volunteers will arrive the first week of June to plant flowers in the planters.
Check back next month to meet yet another amazing volunteer!
Roland Jacques and David Ritchie spent one morning planting Lilac bushes at the corner island of 286 and 1A.
Beautification Chairman Roland Jacques Ed Wilk
David Ritchie & Ed McColgan Putting the damaged welcome sign post in David Ritchie's
truck before preparing the area for the new sign in June.
Beach walk-way clean-up with (from left to right):
Roland Jacques, Ed Wilk, Ed McColgan and Ruth Cleavall.
Sign Replacement on 286 and 1A
Along with the Seabrook Beach Civic Association, Paul Abramowiz, of Seaport Signworks 141 Bridge Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts handled the design and construction of the newest sign in the Seabrook Beach Village District. The latest sign is placed in the area the Association cares for at the intersection of route 286 and 1A.
The original sign along with bushes, flowers and lighting were destroyed in December 2014, in a hit and run accident. The incident was pursued in court by the Seabrook Police Department and the Town Prosecutor and restitution has been ordered by the court. .. in full, due by March 24, 2016.
Resurrecting the new sign
Photos by Max Saluto
Max . . . one of our youngest volunteers
Chuck Defrancesco - Dave Ritchie - Joe Saluto - Roland Jacques
Orchestrates games for Flag Day &
organizes the prizes for
Family Day/Sand Sculpture Event
Flag Day Entertainer
Earl Spruce Ray Chervinsky
Flag Day Volunteers
Gerry & Chuck Defrancesco
Sandcastle Flag Day
Talking Plovers Roland Jacques