Sea Isle Times

Spring 2019

By Joanna Heston

Gather your girlfriends and head to Sea Isle City for its spring Girls Weekend! Hosted by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization, the event features three full days of unlimited opportunities to eat, drink and shop throughout town. Travel between the stores and restaurants to take advantage of discounts and hospitalities offered by nearly 30 participating businesses. Jitney service will be available on Saturday from 4pm-2am. More

By Marybeth Hagen

A sacred relic whose humble namesake watches over Landis Avenue faces an iffy future.

 

To save or not to save the original St. Joseph Catholic Church – one seamlessly attached architecturally to a younger and much larger St. Joseph Church – that is the question.

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By Joanna Heston

The Sea Isle City Tourism Commission was skeptical at first when Dr. Irene Jameson brought up the idea of an event that involved people taking a dip in the ocean in the dead of winter. But she clearly was on to something, and on Presidents Day weekend, Sea Isle celebrated its 25th annual Polar Bear Plunge. More

By Joanna Heston

Feb. 18, 1995. Despite the 35-degree water, 70-year-old Dr. Irene Jameson, a retired educator who served as Sea Isle City’s public relations director from 1989-2007, led a small group of people into the Atlantic Ocean for the first annual Polar Bear Plunge.

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By Linda Dougherty

Richard Mead Atwater is hardly a household name, but he played a key role in the early days of Sea Isle City, and led an interesting, accomplished life as well.

 

Born in 1844 in Providence, R.I., Atwater was credited with several “firsts” in Sea Isle City.

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By Patrice Davis

It’s that time of year again. Summer is coming up quick and you need to have a plan to keep the kids busy. Here are some camps in the area that your child or children might be interested in.

 

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