2017 Member Social Appreciation

On April 5, the Beaches Watch Board of Directors hosted the seventh annual Beaches Watch member social at the Beaches History Museum.  This year’s event was bigger and better than ever, thanks to the hard work of the Beaches Watch Board members, everyone who helped organize the event and the Beaches History Museum for the wonderful venue!

We would like to thank everyone who joined us for the fun! In addition to the food, fun and socializing, we were extremely pleased to also present the 2017 Friend of the Beaches award to the Beaches Neighborhood Accountability Board. All funds raised from this year’s event supported the NEW Beaches Watch Fletcher Senior Scholarship Fund. We look forward to awarding this scholarship to a deserving senior in May 2017!

Special thanks to our beer sponsor Anheiser Busch and wine sponsor GOS Wines International. We also want to thank all the amazing beaches businesses who donated over $1,700 in prizes for our raffle. Please thank them for their support by giving them your business!

• Adventure Landing
• Angie’s Subs
• Bali Cargo
• Beach Diner
• Beaches History Museum
• Bold Bean
• Book Mark
• Bongiorno’s Pizzeria
• Bongiorno’s Philly Steak & Pizza
• Beach Diner
• Boutique Unique
• Casa Marina
• Cinotti’s
• DaVinci’s
• Ellen’s Kitchen
• First Street Gallery
• Harriet Pruette
• Jacksonville Zoo
• K9’s for Warriors
• LA Fitness
• Lynch’s Irish Pub
• Maple Street Biscuit Company
• Mellow Mushroom
• Monkey’s Uncle
• Peterbrooke Chocolatier
• Ragtime
• Red Daisy
• Royal Palm
• Shore Things
• Slider’s Seafood Grille
• The Carry Cross
• Trader Joe’s
• Two Dude’s Seafood
• Wine Warehouse

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P.O. Box 50311
Jacksonville Beach FL 32240

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