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Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

Summer 2015

From our new Fire Chief William Edwards to our newest Selectwoman Theresa Kyle and our Oldest citizen Mrs. 'Adie' Caruso,  another winter has come and gone at our beach.  

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

Summer 2014

Finally, after a long, hard, windy, snowy, cold winter we look forward to wonderful warmth and plenty of fun, food, and company! On that note, our flags made it up for Flag Day, flowers are blooming and colorful and we have celebrated the Fourth of July!

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

May 2013

On May 5, 1868, during Andrew Johnson's presidency, Major General John A. Logan extablished a day for our nation to decorate the graves of the Civil War dead with flowers on May 30. The day was called Decoration Day. Some people believe that the date was chosen because flowers would be 

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

May 2012

Good Morning, Seabrook Beach ...
In the beginning, our first presidents, Joyce Cargil and George Ziady set the pace… and what a pace it was! Those two dynamos created the Seabrook Beach Civic Association- a not for profit association led entirely by volunteers. Members and non-members alike shared the same passion...make and keep Seabrook Beach a place that they could enjoy and preserve it for generations to come..

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

July 2006

Let me be the first to welcome all our members back from warmer and sunnier climates.  Spring has come and gone and everything is coming alive again. This issue welcomes you to our 2006 summer season. 

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

February 2006

At an emergency SBCA board meeting on January 30, the financial needs of the organization were addressed. The SBCA charter calls for promoting the livability and beautification of Seabrook Beach.  In order to carry out that mandate, it was determined that . . . 

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

August 2005

You've stopped, waiting for the light to change at the intersection of Rte. 286 and Ocean Blvd before taking a left into Seabrook Beach.  On the island to your left are three large flower-filled containers, courtesy of the Seabrook Beach Civic Association.

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

May 2005

The 2005 annual meeting of the Seabrook Beach Village District was held on April 26 at the American Legion Hall. The venue was moved from the beach to accomodate an expected crowd.  The number did not materialize, but those who attended were part of a lively exercise in local politics.

Seabrook Beach Civic Association Newsletter

July 2004

Last month our beach community lost a dear friend, a smart, dedicated and increible organized charter member of the SBCA. George Ziady kept us all on our toes.  He never wasted time on unnecessary discussions.  When board meetings got bogged down, George would . . . 

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