Here are a couple of links to SandPaper articles of interest this week. First is about the Surf City Police Dept participating in the “No Shave November” to help raise funds for pediatric cancer. Second is related to the rehabilitation of the old Rt 72 causeway bridge.
“No Shave November”
……and the ocean is still here if you were wondering!
The Surf City Taxpayers Association would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday. For all the “Flowers On The Beach” fotos click HERE.
Surf City proved to be a wonderful place to view the November “Super Moon”. Here are some images that were captured during this amazing phenomenon.
Super Moon rises with boats in foreground
Super Moon sets near the causeway
Super Moon at 96% full
Super Moon sets over the mainland
For an interesting article regarding the new “Move Over” law (also known as “Michael Massey’s Law”) that was recently passed to include sanitation workers click HERE.
In case some of you Surf City fans aren’t around to enjoy this mid fall beauty, here are some photos for you to see. Wish you were here!
Surf City Scenic
The Surf City Taxpayers Association sponsored a trunk again this year. Regina Halikas did a marvelous job for the association crafting a “Queen Of Hearts” costume for herself and her nephew Evan Harrison.
A gigantic THANK YOU to Regina and her family — from The Surf City Taxpayers Association — for the countless hours she put into this year’s Trunk or Treat event. Her Alice in Wonderland “re-creation” was spectacular…and one of the most creative presentations at the event.
A fantastic turnout this year for the second annual Trunk Or Treat event. Last year was around 400 in attendance. This year around 1,500….amazing and creative trunk displays…and dozens of volunteers working to make it a very special evening for all to enjoy. The beautiful weather made it a pure joy to attend too.
Queen Of Hearts
Click HERE for all the photos from this years event.
Several whales have been spotted off our shores this month. Here’s a picture from 10/22 of a breaching whale. Always a beautiful and amazing sight to behold.
Just a reminder here for the “Trunk Or Treat” event to be held at the Surf City Firehouse parking lot from 6-8PM on Saturday, October 29th. SCTA will be one of the many sponsors of this family friendly event. Click HERE for a link to the Sandpaper article with all the details.
Surf City’s second annual “Trunk or Treat” event will take place on Saturday, October 29 from 6 to 8 PM at the fire house parking lot. SCTA will be sponsoring a vehicle so we hope to see you all there! Click HERE for a link to photos of last years event.
Get ready to kick up some dust at the country line dance Sat Nov 5th to be held at the firehouse from 6:30 to 10 PM.
Take notice. As of 10/13 new traffic patterns on Rte. 72. One lane in each direction on the eastern 2 little bridges.
Hope some of you taxpayers have had a chance to get to Surf City this past week. Beautiful fall weather we’ve been experiencing.
Click HERE for an interesting SandPaper article about Ray Ciccone, Surf City resident and former accountant for Donald Trump.
Surf City Sunset 10/12/16
Surf City October Swell
With Hurricane Matthew marching up the coast as a catagory 4 storm here is a website to help with the confusing science of meteorology. TROPICAL TIDBITS