Proceeds from the 2019 Sunset Vision Art Show & Sale Support……

Each year, Sunset Vision picks a project or two to support from the proceeds of the art show and other fundraising efforts throughout the year. Thanks to your support, Sunset Vision is able to purchase 2 gifts for the Town of Sunset Beach this year.

Living Shoreline Interpretive Sign
Working with the Town of Sunset Beach on the design, Sunset Vision purchased this interpretative kiosk, soon to be installed at the Sunset Beach Town Park, to educate park visitors about the living shoreline recently constructed at Mary’s Creek in conjunction with North Carolina Coastal Federation to protect the park against erosion.

Beach Accessible Wheelchairs
The Town of Sunset Beach currently has a handful of beach wheelchairs that our citizens and visitors with disabilities can rent for a nominal fee so that they can enjoy our beautiful beach. Unfortunately, some of the current chairs are outdated and are constantly in the shop for repairs. Sunset Vision has purchased 4 of these brand new chairs for the Town. Each chair features heavy duty wheels, non-corrosive plastic bearings, 2 swivel and 2 rigid wheels, padded cushion seat, user-friendly folding footrest, and an umbrella.

This year’s art show runs from Thursday, June 20th to Saturday, June 22nd. Proceeds from ticket sales, art purchases, and beer and wine sales at the show all go towards the purchase of these two gifts. We have our largest show to date, with 59 artists and 121 pieces of art! Come support the artists in our community, and help us continue to buy gifts for the Town of Sunset Beach! Tickets are still available for the Friday evening fundraising reception.

 

Ocean Islanders Shag Club Announces Shag Club

The Ocean Islanders Shag Club announces Hawaiian Night at their next dance on June 21st. For this event everyone in attendance wearing a Hawaiian style shirt will be entered into the Most Authentic Hawaiian Shirt Contest. This contest is open to men and women alike. There will be a cash prize to the winner who will be selected by The Advisory Committee Members.
Our DJ will be Jimmy Buffkin from Fat Harold’s Beach Club . The doors will open at 6:30pm and the music will start at 7pm.  Yearly memberships are available at the door for $40 per couple. Visitors will be $10 per person. Show your SOS card and get in for $7. Come and join us for a fun evening of shagging, line dancing and some slow dancing to your favorite beach music. Free beginner shag lessons are being offered for those who would like to get started shagging.
Of course we are still meeting every month at the beautiful Bricklanding Plantation Country Club in Ocean Isle Beach in the upstairs banquet hall overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.  Bring your friends and have a fun evening with a great group of people. For more information contact Ronnie Robinson at Ronnie@oceanislanders.com or 704 616-3781.  Please Note:  The July dance will be held on Saturday, July 20th, same time and location.

The Wild Horses of the East Coast

At 6:00 pm on June 25th, Join the Museum of Coastal Carolina for our summer sand bar lecture series as we present the Wild Horses of the East Coast hosted by Suzanne Inmen!  Suzanne is the co-founder of the Wild Horse Preserve that is a non-profit organization at Grayce Wynds Farm, a 30 acre horse farm near Holden Beach. Sue is a retired educator who served as a health and PE teacher as well as a counselor. Sue finds passion in education through connection and inspiration. During this program Suzanne will talk about the wild horses of the East Coast, her non-profit organization, and then open the floor up for questions and discussion. Click HERE for further information for this presentation.

Sea Trail Activity Center June News

The Sunset Bistro and Sports Pub upcoming June events. Make sure to follow us on Facebook HERE.  Come cheer on Team USA in World Cup, your favorite golfer in the US Open or listen to the smooth sounds of the Sea & Sand Band.

Upcoming Dates:
•June 13 – 16 US Open at Pebble Beach – Drink and Food Specials
•June 14 – Sea & Sand Band $5.00 Cover Charge 5pm to 8pm
•June 16 – World Cup – USA vs Chile 12 pm – Drink and Food Specials
•June 19 – Team Trivia – No Cover
•June 20 – World Cup – USA vs Sweden 3 pm – Drink and Food Specials

Want more? Sign up for one of our Water Aerobics and Yoga Classes. View Schedules HERE   

Up to see you soon!

Sea Trail Activity Center

910-556-3626

Callaway Demo Day at the Jones/Byrd Driving Range

SEA TRAIL PROPERTY OWNERS / STMGA MEMBER GUEST PARTICIPANTS,

THE STMGA MEMBER GUEST TOURNAMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH SEA TRAIL GOLF CLUB IS HOSTING A “CALLAWAY DEMO DAY ” AT THE J/B DRIVING RANGE ON JUNE 19, 2019 FROM 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.  THIS DEMO DAY IS OPEN TO ALL PARTICIPANTS IN THE MEMBER GUEST TOURNAMENT AND ALL SEA TRAIL PROPERTY OWNERS.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE A PERSONAL FITTING (30 MINUTES), PLEASE REPLY BACK TO ME VIA EMAIL WITH A TIME THAT WORKS BEST FOR YOU.

PLEASE BRING YOUR CURRENT EQUIPMENT WITH YOU!!

Jamie Roderick

Director of Golf Operations

jroderick@seatrail.com

 

Attend the Art Reception on Us!

ENTER TO WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS ($50 VALUE) TO THE 3RD ANNUAL ART SHOW & SALE FUNDRAISER RECEPTION JUNE 21, 2019

Want to go to Sunset Vision’s Coastal Visions Art Show & Sale Fundraiser Reception on June 21? Not only will you get to see (and buy) amazing works of art from 60 of the area’s most talented artists, you can check out the private Chrysler and DeSoto vintage car collection at Triple D’s Hemi Haven in Ocean Isle Beach. Enter online for a chance to win two $25 tickets for the fundraising reception hosted by Sunset Vision on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

FILL OUT THE ENTRY FORM AT THIS LINK TO ENTER.

BUT HURRY…Giveaway ends 6/14/2019. Winner announced 6/17/19. Good luck!

Read full giveaway rules here

Thank you!

Sea Trail Property Owners,

Good afternoon all.  I would love the opportunity to speak to you all in person but unfortunately time will not allow for that. I will be resigning as Director of Golf at Sea Trail Golf Club effective June 22. It saddens me to leave after 2 years with this company but I’ve received a couple opportunities that I cannot pass up and I feel the timing is right for such a transition.  I’m expecting to make a final decision on my future employment in the next week or so.  Once my decision is made, I’ll let you all know.

I have thoroughly enjoyed working with you the past 2 years and I will miss each and every one of you. People like you have always been a bright spot in my day and in my life, thank you for that. I wish you the very best moving forward and if you ever need to reach me you can email me at jr32974@gmail.com.

Sea Trail has been a great place to work and has afforded me many opportunities and allowed me some of the most valuable relationships I have, and I am thankful for that. Thank you for being a part of my journey.

Best Regards,

Jamie Roderick

Space Race to Space Station

Planetarium Manager, Katherine Hunt, steps out of the stars for the Sand Bar Lecture series at The Museum of Coastal Carolina to promote this year’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the first man on the moon. In this talk, Kat will discuss the political factors that were a driving force in the Space Race that would help catapult the United States to the moon, before contrasting how global collaboration drives space exploration in modern times.  This event will be held on June 18th at 6 pm. For all of the details click HERE

Break the Grip of the Rip

Rip currents account for 80% of beach rescues, and can be dangerous or deadly if you don’t know what to do.
If you do happen to be caught in a rip current, stay calm. It won’t pull you under – it’ll just pull you away from shore. If you try to fight the rip current and swim against it, you’ll just get worn out. Instead – float!
If you can, wave and yell to get the attention of lifeguards and people on shore to let them know you need help.
If you’re a good swimmer, swim parallel to shore until you’ve cleared the pull of the rip current. Swim with the waves, allowing them to push you to shore.
If you’re on shore and see someone in trouble in a rip current do not go in after them. Instead – call for help! If a lifeguard is not available, throw in something that floats or extend a reaching object, but don’t try to be a hero and make the rescue yourself. Even trained lifeguards only attempt a rescue using a flotation device.  Click HERE for additional information.