It is that time of year again that we would like to ask all of the chairs/co-chairs of the STMA Committees and the contact people for the various Clubs Activities to check your information on the About Us page (Committees) and the Clubs/Activities on your page for any information that needs updated/deleted. Please check your area and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with these changes and we will make the changes to the website. We just want to keep all information current and need your help with this process. Thanks!
There is now a map of both the STMA Amenity Centers and the Sea Trail Resort buildings pinning the various buildings, pools, tennis courts etc. This link can be found in the Quick Links section on the footer of any page of the website, on the Calendar page under Facilities and on the About Us page under Facilities. Many new residents have asked for such a map so it is now available. Click https://seatrailma.com/sea-trail-map/ to see the map.
Sadly I inform you that Betty Empson Hanlon’s beloved husband, Charlie Hanlon, passed away yesterday, March 20th at 3:44 at Grand Strand Medical Center. At this time I am only aware that a funeral mass has been scheduled for Monday, March 26 at St. Brendan’s Church in Shallotte at 10:00 am. A reception at the Pink Palace will be held following the funeral services. I thought her Sea Trail neighbors and friends may want to know this information. Thanks, Paula Jones
The bimonthly meeting of the Sea Trail Master Association Board will be held on Wednesday March 21st at 3 PM at the Pink Palace. All members are invited and encouraged to attend. Everyone will have the opportunity to address the Board. Bring your concerns and questions. Click the links below to read the Agenda, Committee Reports and Treasurers Report.
For the Treasurers Report 3-21-18 click https://seatrailma.com/about-us/ and log in to access the Financials Section to read this report.
We will be getting new furniture and selling this Crate & Barrel sofa, love seat and chair for $500. Its in great condition and very comfortable. Call Pam Fisher at 248-225-7291.
We would like to thank all of the GROUPS that gave up their activity time in the Pink Palace from Tuesday March13th – Thursday March 15th. We accomplished our goal of painting the restrooms and installing new ceiling tile in the Main Room within our allotted time frame. This could not have been done without your help. Thanks again. Tom Pickel & Jim Stokes Co-Chairs
Stroke Talk will meet Thursday April 12th at 1:30pm at Seaside United Methodist Church in Sunset Beach. Our speakers will be Dr. Brandon Whittington and his wife Dr. Maya Ramos-Allen with Level Up Physical Therapy in Calabash. The program will be on: Post Stroke Rehabilitation – the theory of rehabilitation and treatment strategies of common impairments related to stroke to improve function through recovery and compensatory strategies.
Drs. Whittington and Ramos-Allen bring a unique input to the world of physical therapy being a husband and wife team both with doctorates in Physical Therapy. Their interest is in neurological rehabilitation with a focus on stroke rehab. Stroke Talk tries to bring in speakers and resources in the area which would be of interest to stroke survivors as well as the general public. Please join us.
As the Museum of Coastal Carolina and Ingram Planetarium prepare for a busy summer season, Volunteer Coordinator, Harold Wainman, is looking for additional volunteers. Both facilities need volunteers at the front desk to greet visitors and answer their questions. Both facilities also need volunteers to provide customer service in their gift shops. Additionally, the Museum needs volunteers to work at the touch tank where they will supervise visitors and answer questions about the marine animals in the tank. CLICK Summer Volunteers Needed for all of the information to volunteer.
Health and Safety Program: Defending Yourself and Family At Home: New Laws – New Rules is planned for April 18, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM at the Pink Palace *. This one hour program is presented by Steve Westfall, who is retired from federal law enforcement (U.S. Secret Service and Deputy U.S. Marshall) and has taught various law courses at the Secret Service Training Academy. This class highlights basic use of force law in self-defense as it relates to you and your family should there be a forced entry/ intrusion into your home.
In 2011 the North Carolina Legislature revised many statues, including “Defense of Home”. The new laws definitely favor the homeowner, but there are “rules” regarding defending you and your family at home. The laws point out specific use of force limitations and exclusions. What if you didn’t know or follow the “rules”? There could be serious legal consequences. Being well informed can help you make the correct choices if an incident should occur in your home. It could help keep you safe and out of jail.
* For planning purposes and room set-up, please contact Steve at email@example.com if you are planning to attend this presentation.