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August 2014

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Away for Peace: Colleen Smith Returns to Sea Isle Beach Patrol After 2 Years in Ukraine

Away for Peace: Colleen Smith Returns to Sea Isle Beach Patrol After 2 Years in Ukraine

Lifeguards offer interesting side- lights. Some become high school coaches or college professors. Others take medical training and become EMTs. A small number even ascend into public office. Almost all are excellent athletes. But Colleen Smith may have them all beaten. She served in the Peace Corps.

Big Wheel:She's an Owner of S.I.C Cruisers, Beachy Keen & Sweet Sisters Shoppe-But Hasn't Quit her Day Job

Big Wheel:She's an Owner of S.I.C Cruisers, Beachy Keen & Sweet Sisters Shoppe-But Hasn't Quit her Day Job

Christen Sorenson grew up in Wildwood with her three sisters, Linda, Debbie and Sandra, and a brother, Richard. She was raised by her parents, Louis and Doris Sauter. She attended Wildwood High School and also attended the Cape May County Vo- Tech School with hopes of one day becoming a hairdresser. Well … thank goodness that didn’t work out! Today, Sorenson is a successful business owner in Sea Isle City.

Keeping it Real: Theresa Becomes Fourth Generation Realtor in Laricks Family

Keeping it Real: Theresa Becomes Fourth Generation Realtor in Laricks Family

Now that Theresa Laricks is a realtor, Sea Isle City’s oldest family-owned-and- operated real estate company counts four generations who work or have worked in the profession. Some family members conduct business at Laricks Real Estate in the heart of Sea Isle City. Theresa is licensed in Virginia and sells real estate there with a Weichert Realtors team.

Sunset Cruising on the Back Bay: Water, Water Everywhere...and plenty to eat and drink

Sunset Cruising on the Back Bay: Water, Water Everywhere...and plenty to eat and drink

There is simply nothing better than boating on the sparkling back bays of Sea Isle and Strathmere. Whether day- time or evening; on a luxury motor yacht, a sporty ski boat or a graceful sailboat, cruising these waters is what memories are made of. The minute you leave the dock, you leave your troubles behind for a few hours to see the world in a way that you can’t see from shore. Fishing, playing or just enjoying the magic of a sunset with family and friends – everything is better on a boat.

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