Sea Horse Book Club

The Book Club’s next discussion on March 5th at 3:30 in the PP will be “Remarkably Bright Creatures” by Shelby Van Pelt.  April, “So Long Chester Wheeler” by Catherine Ryan Hyde.  May, “Hello Beautiful” by Ann Napolitano and for June “Black Cake” by Charmaine Wilkerson.  These are also  listed on the Clubs/Activities page under the Book Club section found HERE  Any questions, contact me at jmhellmann@atmc.net

Benefits of Tai Chi

We are fortunate enough to have two hour long Tai Chi classes offered here in Sea Trail.  One is scheduled on Tuesday beginning at 9:15 AM and the other Saturday at 9:30, both held at the multi-purpose room at the Creekside Building.
This slow-moving Chinese martial art, Tai Chi is known to increase flexibility and balance. Now, research suggests it’s more effective at reducing blood pressure than more vigorous forms of exercise.  If you’re not convinced about the benefits of Tai Chi, this is a link to an article about the benefits of this ancient form of martial arts:

Granny’s Closet Needs Your Help

Granny’s Closet is a service provided here in Sea Trail for residents needing equipment for a visiting grandchild or medical aids after a procedure.  Granny’s Closet maintains a list and can help you with these requests if they have what you need available!  Here is where we need your help!

Since many items were being stored at homes of those with grandchildren now grown and therefore no longer needing the item, this particular list has gotten shorter.  So if you have items you would like to add to Granny’s Closet and store in your home for others to borrow, please contact Diane Kreuzburg at 910-579-4333   She will be glad to add your item and your contact name and information to either of their inventory lists.  Thank you!