Information for Flu Vaccine Clinic Being Held October 19

There are some changes this year in the operation for the Flu Vaccine Clinic for both the regular vaccine and for those 65 and older and the current Bivalent Covid-19 Booster registration. The only way a person can receive a vaccine is by registering for an appointment by calling 910-253-2330.  Please click on the various documents below for those who want to register and receive more general information.  Nancy Barnes (H) 910 575-41334 will also have copies of the registration forms available for those who are unable to do the process of downloading and printing.  There will also be copies at the Pink Palace during the event.  Please contact 910-253-2268 for any questions.  Click Flyer For Outreach at Sea Trail 2022 for all of the details of this event sponsored by the Health & Safety Resource Committee.

Flu Information Sheet

Flu Form for Those 65 & Older to Complete

Flu Form for Those 6 Months & Up to Complete

Bivalent Covid-19 Booster Form

Pfizer Fact Sheet

Moderna Fact Sheet



Prescription Medicine Drop Off Location

The Sunset Beach Town Hall has a receptacle in their foyer where residents can drop off un-used and un-wanted prescription & over-the-counter medicines and is available for collections Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm while the building is open to the public.  Please note they cannot accept needles, injectables, or any radioactive or chemotherapy medication.  Operation Medicine Drop medication disposal locator tool –

Good Tips to Know to Help Avoid Shark Bites

During The months of May through September, swim the hours from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Avoid the water at night, dawn, or dusk.  To decrease your already small chance of becoming a victim of a shark bite, observe the following rules:

  1. Always swim in a group.  Sharks most often attack lone individuals.
  2. Don’t wander too far from shore.  Doing so isolates you and places you away from assistance.
  3. Avoid the water at night, dawn, or dusk.  Many sharks are most active at these times and are better able to find you than you are to see them. 
  4. Don’t enter the water if bleeding.  Sharks can smell and taste blood, and trace it back to its source.
  5. Don’t wear shiny jewelry.  The reflected light looks like shining fish scales.
  6. Don’t go into waters containing sewage.  Sewage attracts bait fishes, which in turn attract sharks.
  7. Avoid waters being fished and those with lots of bait fishes.  Diving seabirds are good indicators of such activities. 
  8. Don’t enter the water if sharks are present.  Leave immediately if sharks are seen.
  9. Avoid brightly colored clothing.  Sharks see contrast particularly well, so use extra caution when waters are cloudy. 
  10. Don’t splash a lot.  Also, keep pets out of the water. Erratic movements can attract sharks.
  11. Use care near sandbars or steep drop-offs.  These are favorite hangouts for sharks.
  12. Don’t relax just because porpoises are nearby.  Sightings of porpoises do not indicate the absence of sharks. Both often eat the same foods. 
  13. If attacked by a shark, the general rule is “Do whatever it takes to get away!”  Some people have successfully chosen to be aggressive, others passive. Some yelled underwater, others blew bubbles.  

For more information, click How to Avoid Shark Attacks


Brunswick County Recycling Services

Brunswick County residents and property owners can dispose of the following year around.

Electronics, fluorescent bulbs & CFL’s, single stream recycling, scrap metal, appliances, propane tanks, oyster shells, tires (limit 5 per resident), used cooking oil, latex paint & cans, textiles, corrugated cardboard, household & automotive batteries, used oil, oil filters, antifreeze, fuel, smoke detectors and cellphones.

Electronics, fluorescent bulbs (4 foot or smaller) & CFL’s, single stream recycling, corrugated cardboard, scrap metal, household batteries, appliances, oyster shells (all locations except Leland), tires (Southport and Leland only, limit 5 per resident), used cooking oil, smoke detectors, textiles and cellphones.

Single-stream recycling and textiles (coming soon).

For location and hours, please visit the Brunswick County Solid Waste & Recycling website at

AEDs (defibrillator) STMA Property Locations & Potential Beeping Sound

AEDs locations:

  • Pink Palace: in the kitchen area above the large garbage bins and on the hall wall between the Sunset Room and bathrooms
  • Creekside Building: in gym
  • MAC: outside the bathrooms at the pool and upstairs on the second floor near the kitchen area.
  • Tennis Courts:  inside the entry gate immediately to the right inside the red box.

All AED’s (defibrillators) are monitored on a monthly basis by the Health & Safety Resource Committee to assure that they are in working order.  If any resident is in an area where an AED is located and hears a beeping sound coming from an AED or you have any questions about the AEDs, please contact Kathy Muth.