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July 2014

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Outdoor Entertainment: Grillin' & Chillin' The Perfect Fourth of July BBQ

Outdoor Entertainment: Grillin' & Chillin' The Perfect Fourth of July BBQ

Regardless of whether you choose to prepare the classic burgers and dogs or to push the barbecue boundaries with some unconventional choices, the thrill of firing up the grill for a backyard cookout is quint- essentially summertime seashore living, and with a little preparation, the living can be very easy. With the Fourth of July holiday quickly approaching, we’ve got a perfect theme for our cookout with the prescribed red, white and blue.

The Man Behind the Mascot School: Captain Thomas P. McCann Used to be a Lifeguard Mascot Himself

The Man Behind the Mascot School: Captain Thomas P. McCann Used to be a Lifeguard Mascot Himself

In the summer of 1956, there was a little 5-year-old boy who was in love with the water and the beach. He loved it so much, that he became a “mascot” of the lifeguards. The little boy would go on to be a mascot for nine years before he be- came a lifeguard, and ultimately the captain of the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol. And this summer, a group of little boys and girls who love the water and the beach will learn to become mascots, just like him – at the school named after him – the Captain Thomas P. McCann Mascot School in Sea Isle City.

Hot Events for July & August

Hot Events for July & August

Everyone knows that Sea Isle City is one of the top vacation spots for family fun. Memories that last a lifetime are made here. Great restaurants, beautiful beaches, a stunning library with fabulous speakers and free activities – what’s not to love? After a great day in the sun and surf, there is so much to do in Sea Isle after the sun goes down … yes, even if you are not 21.

A Lifetime, A Legacy- Dottie Fean: Devoted to her Flyers, Her Religion, Her Ambulence Corps, and Her Beloved Sea Isle

A Lifetime, A Legacy- Dottie Fean: Devoted to her Flyers, Her Religion, Her Ambulence Corps, and Her Beloved Sea Isle

If there is one word that could de- scribe longtime Sea Isle City resident Dorothy M. Fean, who passed away on April 20 at age 87, it is “faithful.”

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