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Saturday, November 15, 2014
SIA Newsletter 11/14/14:
To All Strathmere and Whale Beach Homeowners and
The Christmas Party is getting closer, and Santa needs help
getting his list together!
The annual Strathmere Christmas Party will be
held on Saturday, December 13,
from 6:00 to 10:00 pm at the Deauville
Santa needs to know ASAP how many children will be attending
and their age and gender.
Please let Santa’s helper Donna Diefenderfer know.
The ticket charge will be $20 for adults and $10 for children
12 and under.
These prices include taxes and gratuity, but no drink tickets
(there will be a cash bar).
Tickets may be obtained by sending a check to the SIA
at P.O. Box 57, Strathmere, NJ 08248.Please specify the number of adults and children. If
children are included, please specify age and gender (to help
Santa). All ticket purchases must be received by Friday,
December 5. Please don't wait until the last minute!
Planning and executing the Christmas Party takes a lot of
work. Please buy your tickets early!
We had lots of requests, so additional snowy owl
suncatchers / ornaments are now here! They’ll make great Christmas gifts!
They’ll look great on a Christmas tree also; they come with
both a tree hanger and a suction cup for a window. The cost is $5.00, and you can get them at the Schiavo
Library, at 401-B Bayview Drive (call 215-801-5876 first) or at 212 Bayview
Drive (call 609-263-6846 first).
If you’d like them mailed, please send a check made out to
SIA to P.O. Box 57, 08248.
The postage and package cost is $2.00 extra for one, two or
three (three would be $17), and $1.00 extra for each suncatcher after that (five
would be $29).
Not much new on the beach replenishment project. We should
know more in ten days or so.
Looks like we need it soon along Neptune, where the ocean has
“taken beach” and took down the last snow fence before the road.
On the other hand, it looks like it’s “making beach” along the
Point at the State Park.
You can see the sand is several feet higher in the last few
weeks along the steel wall.
All three pictures were taken Wednesday, about two hours after
high tide. A pretty big beach for this close to high tide.
Here is some information on the beachfill project from the
The Strathmere Improvement Association invites all owners,
renters and vacationers in Strathmere and Whale Beach to join as dues paying
The SIA was founded in 1951 as a community
organization with the simple objective of making Strathmere a better place.We work to preserve our town’s “hometown feeling” and to keep
lines of communication open within town, and with local government.
We are proud of the organization's many accomplishments over
the years, including sponsorship of 2012 Centennial activities, taking on a key
organizing and leadership role in Strathmere and Whale Beach relief efforts
after Sandy, and hosting an annual community beach party and concert or similar
Additionally, the July and August SIA meetings feature
programs of interest to vacationers and homeowners.
Please let us know if you have comments or suggestions for the
newsletter or for SIA in general, or if you'd like us to change your e-mail
address in our records.
You can contact us by responding to this e-mail at email@example.com or by mailing the SIA
at PO Box 57, Strathmere 08248.
Thanks very much for your continuing support of the Strathmere Improvement
Linda Bateman Elaine Holsomback Donna Diefenderfer Rosemarie Whelan Ken Weaver