Happy Memorial Day Weekend!
This weekend SSAI Clubhouse Dining is offering our regular dinner service on Friday and Sunday evening at 5 PM. Saturday is our annual SSAI members BBQ open to all SSAI members from 5:30 PM-7:30 PM. Bob Eldredge will be DJing from 7:30 PM-10:30 PM so stick around for some great music and dancing!!!
Purchase tickets to the BBQ by May 20th by calling the clubhouse 508-540-7411. Check all menus and prices under Clubhouse Dining
Kids movie on Saturday night at 7:30 PM in the junior room. We will be showing Mr. Peabody and Sherman. This movie is rated appropriate for 6/7 yr olds but will be enjoyable for all ages.
Breakfast from 10 AM-1 PM on Sunday AND Monday this weekend.
Neighborhood Watch meeting - Thursday May 21st in the lower level at 7:00 PM. This meeting is important due to the recent acts of vandalism and property destruction. Be sure to bring facts and photos as well as any knowledge of recurring events from last year. As always, the police officers will maintain a confidential dialogue with any Seacoast Shores residents. Thank you for your participation on this matter and we hope to see you at the meeting on Thursday.
OPEN SWIM - Spread the word!! All K to 6th grade students of Seacoast Shores Residents only, are invited to attend an Open Swim this Friday, May 22nd, 4 - 5:30 PM…Seacoast Shores Clubhouse Pool, 7 Farview Lane!! The pool is heated and the lifeguards are ready!! Just bring your towel! Pool rules apply and are posted. Parents are required to stay and are welcome to swim!
Scuba Diving - Friday evening at 8pm in the lower level education (ll edu) room, Jorge Muxica will be giving a presentation on scuba diving. Whether you have gone scuba diving before or are even just thinking about trying it, you will most certainly benefit from his knowledge and experience. Click the link below for more info:
All SSAI members and interested residents - The morning of Saturday May 23, at 10 AM, there will be a meeting for all association members and interested residents in the lower level. Be sure to bring your questions! We will also be going over many of the FAQ's:
How come only third of the community pays dues?
Why don't people pay dues when our assets are in such poor condition?
Is a homeowner required to pay Association Dues?
Can you give us some history behind Seacoast Shores And the Association?
Why did we let our ROW's get to such a poor condition?
What did we build the new Clubhouse and why can't everyone use it all the time?
What is our plan to monitor the beach?
Where do our Association Dues go?
Why did we lose some our assets in the past?
Why are some ROW's private and some owned by SSAI?
What are Capital Campaigns and why do we do them?
How can I volunteer my time to the community?
Why don't people take more responsibility where they own a large asset?
Will my request for special payment terms be kept confidential?