Swim Lessons at SSAI Pool for the 2014 Season

Notice & Permission Slip click on swim lessons below:

swim lessons

The SSAI Operating Committee

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Announcing the Clubhouse Member (CHM) Target Program

We are introducing a special program for 2014 only. It will enable Seacoast residents, who are not Clubhouse Investor Members, the opportunity to become Clubhouse Members for the 2014 Season. Read more about the details at this link and complete the form at the bottom to be put on the waiting list.

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS

To: Our SSAI Members and Seacoast Shores Residents

From: The SSAI Board of Directors

Season's Greetings

Season’s Greetings

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SSAI CH Mgrs Letter 10/28/2013

 

Thank you to all of our Clubhouse Members and SSAI Members for your support of the SSAI Clubhouse.  Next year will be even better.

Plan your private events now.    The Clubhouse Rental Procedure with prices is on this web site at Clubhouse Operations.    Contact me for the catering information and prices.  – Jeff Lawrence  508-540-7411

Clubhouse Dining

Closed until next spring

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Holiday Gifts for sale at the Clubhouse

  • SSAI Stickers  
  • Seacoast Shores Apparel
  • $ 25 and $50 Clubhouse Dining Gift Certificates

Contact me at 508-540-7411

Jeff

 

 

 

 

 

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What a Lobster Bake !!!

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Grand Opening Clubhouse Pools

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Neighborhood Watch and Boating Safety

Seacoast   Shores Neighborhood Watch

Officer   Martin will demonstrate how a highly trained police dog (HAVOC is his name) is   used to provide safety for all of us.

7   PM Tuesday July 30th at the grassy parking area outside of the SSAI   Clubhouse

Safe   Boating Course

Seacoast   Shores Association, Inc. is offering a one-day boating safety class on Saturday, August 3 from 9:00 AM – 6:00   PM, through Boat Safe Massachusetts (http://boatsafema.com)   at the Seacoast Shores Association, lower function room. All SSAI members and   their guests are invited to attend.

This basic boating safety course for youths and adults consists of 10   hours of classroom instruction designed for the beginner.  It is taught   in one day by Ron Walsh, a certified instructor (National Safe Boating   Council, and USCG Auxiliary instructor for over 10 years).  There is a   60-question closed book exam at the end.  Successfully completing the   course will enable youths 12-15 years of age to get their “safety certificate”   that is required to operate a motorized vessel in the Commonwealth of   Massachusetts.  The safety certificate is also required for youths 16-17   to operate Personal Watercraft (PWC’s) in the Commonwealth.   This   course is approved by the National Association of State Boating Law   Administrators (NASBLA) and is accepted by other states that require mandatory   boater education classes.   Finally, some insurance companies will   lower their premiums when you successfully complete the course. Materials are   included in the fee.

The price is $100.00 per person plus a $25.00 service fee. Please RSVP   to Tricia Smith at pehsmith@comcast.net   no later than July 27.  A credit   card payment is required to secure your reservation in the   course.

 

Boating   Safety Basics Class Registration Form

 

Name   (as it should appear on the graduation certificate):   _________________________

 

Mailing   Address:   __________________________________________________________

Phone:   _______________ Hair Color: _____________ Eye Color:   __________

Date   of Birth (if under 17): ___________________

Emergency   Contact: _______________Phone: ___________Relationship:   _____

Parent   Signature (if under 18):   _______________________________________________

Payment:   provide credit card information or process at the clubhouse during dining   hours

Tuition   and Materials: $100.00       Service   Fee $25.00                Total Payment: $125.00

Credit   Card Name:  ______________________________________________

Credit   Card Number*: _________________________Expiration: __________ Security #:   ________

 Or   bring your CC to the Clubhouse and Dalton or Jeff can register you and take   your payment at the Point of Sale System.  By   July 27th !!!

 

FPD   Neighborhood Watch Invitation

Dear   Seacoast Shores Community,
The Falmouth Police Department would like to   invite your neighborhood to the National Night Out event.  This event is   held nation-wide and all neighborhood watch programs are invited.  This   is a great oportunity to speak with other neighborhood watch groups and share   your experiences.  Food and beverage will be on hand and is free for   everyone.  Below is the official letter of invitation.  Please feel   free to call me with any questions.
Officer David Massi Falmouth   Police Department Dmassi@falmouthpolice.us     (508)   548-1212 (ext 655)

Falmouth   Police Department

750   Main Street   Falmouth, MA

508-457-2527

www.falmouthpolice.us

To:  Community Crime Watch Members

From: Sgt. Benjamin C. Guthrie

Community   Liaison Coordinator

Subject:  National Night Out

Date:  June 28, 2013

 

The Falmouth Police Dept. is hosting National   Night Out (nationwide community crime watch event) on August 6, 2013 between the hours of    6pm-8pm at the Falmouth Police Headquarters. All of   Falmouth’s Crime Watch groups as well as the general citizenry are welcome to   attend.  Among other things, the   event will include tours of the police station, activities for children, K-9   demonstrations, and displays of equipment. There will be representatives from   the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Dept, Falmouth Fire Dept., Falmouth Marine   & Environmental Services, U.S. Coast Guard, and Homeland Security. Also,   there will be free food and refreshments served for those in attendance.   

If you’d like to volunteer for the event or if you have any questions,   please feel free to contact me via phone or email.   

Respectfully,

Sgt. Benjamin C. Guthrie

Falmouth Police Dept.

bguthrie@falmouthpolice.us                (508)548-1212   ext. 638

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2013 SSAI Annual Members Cookout

The Annual Seacoast Shores Association Member Cookout is this Saturday, 7/13 at 5:30 pm at the clubhouse. A membership card may be acquired at the door by paying your 2013 Annual Dues of $300 or by clicking here  and we will give you a card at the annual meeting or the cookout.

The menu includes – steak tips, chicken kabobs, hot dogs, hamburgers, 3 different salads, watermelon, and brownies for dessert.  There will be an after dinner movie for kids and after dinner music for adults.

Please purchase your tickets in advance at the Clubhouse (Cash or Credit Card).

Adults……$18*

Children (under 12)…..$7.50*

*Does not include tax or gratuity

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2013 SSAI Annual Meeting

9 am this Saturday 7/13 at the Clubhouse.  Please bring your 2013 SSAI Membership card or 2013 Clubhouse card.

A membership card may be acquired at the door by paying your 2013 SSAI Annual Dues of $300.  Only members who have their 2013 SSAI Membership or 2013 Clubhouse cards with them may vote on issues that require a vote. If you would like to pay online and have not yet this year, please click here and we will give you your membership card at the door.

Dick Sette for the Board of Directors

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Updates

  • Pool Update:
    • Both the electrical and the steel framework inspections passed !!!
    • On to the Gunite process, it starts Monday
    • Gunite pools are the most popular design in much of the United States. To build one of these pools, the construction crew digs a hole, puts the plumbing in place and assembles a framework grid with 3/8-inch steel reinforcing rods (rebar). The rebar rods are spaced about 10 inches apart, and secured together with wire.
    • When the grid is in place, the crew sprays a heavy coating of gunite, a mixture of cement and sand, around the rebar. The sprayer unit combines dry gunite mix with water just before spraying — this produces the wet concrete material. The crew trowels the gunite smooth and lets it sit for a week or so before applying a smooth finish to the rough surface.
    • The most popular finish is called plaster (actually a mixture of cement and marble sand), but a lot of people finish their pools with special concrete paint. Gunite pools can also have tile, exposed aggregate or even fiberglass finishes. Gunite pools (and their cousins, shotcrete pools) are highly durable, and they can be built in any shape or size.
    • Next steps after Gunite for us include the construction of the pool deck, hook up to the equipment (pumps, filters, heater….etc.) and application of the pool surface tile.
    • We will post a schedule to completion early next week
    • Get those bathing suits ready !!!
    • I’ll post pictures next Monday evening

 

  • Liquor License Update:  We are in the final phase of the state of MA ABCC application process. We just provided information about our tax compliance situation that was requested last Friday.  Hopefully they now have all the info that they will need.  It’s been 6 weeks and sometimes it takes 8-10 weeks.
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