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Cassina Garden Club Slave Cabins
Formed in 1928, Cassina is the oldest garden club in Glynn County. Our founders’ objective was to “promote love of gardening among amateurs, to protect native shrubs, trees, flowers and birds, and to encourage beauty.” These remain our guiding principles to this day. Today we are a garden club of more than 130 dedicated members, some 90 of whom are active in the plans and programs of the Cassina Garden Club. Since 1932, a principal mission of Cassina has been the preservation and beautification of the club’s two tabby slave cabins and grounds. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, these cabins serve as the Club’s meeting place. Since 1985, the "Christmas Tour of Homes & Gardens" has been the club’s major fundraiser to support this historic treasure. In 2007, the club enhanced its ability to provide for the continued historic preservation of its tabby slave cabins by hosting its first annual "Tabby & Tillandsia" Garden Walk in May. The next year, 2008, the club added a very successful Garden Market to its popular Garden Walk weekend. And in 2009, a juried Photographic Competition and Exhibition, "Flowers" was added to this grand weekend event.
 
 
 
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Golden Isles Area Chapter UGA Alumni Association
The UGA Alumni Association would very much like to sponsor events for local Bulldogs, but it needs local graduates help to plan and execute activities that bring the Red and Black spirit to your area. If you are interested in learning how you can meet other Georgia graduates and make a difference to your University and community contact the current Chapter President: Jan Roberts (ABJ '77), janr2300@comcast.net
Contact: Jan Roberts
 
 
 
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Golden Isles Duplicate Bridge Club
Bridge is a timed event. Games should start on time and the Director should keep them moving on schedule. There is nothing more frustrating for a pair than to follow two slow players all day and never be able to begin a round on time. The guideline for ACBL events is 15 minutes per two boards. The Director has an obligation to his players not to allow one or two persons to make the game unpleasant for the majority. First offenders should be warned, given one round to get back on schedule and informed procedural penalties may be assessed for future offenses. It is understood that the Director will make every effort to determine who is “at fault” before assessing any penalty.
Phone: 912-634-0805
 
Address:
114 Skylane Court
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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Sandpipers Club SSI
Sandpipers was founded because a number of former Newcomers saw the need for a new social organization on the island. Sandpipers is designed to offer as little or as much activity as a member chooses – from Dining In and Dining Out to several group meetings throughout the year. Our meetings are typically parties – with no agenda other than good food and fun with friends. Our club is small enough to host group meetings in a variety of different venues, often with fun themes coordinated with the time of year. Our plan is to offer additional activities for those within the group on a regular basis – outings such as the Tapas Crawl earlier this year, excursions both locally and possibly farther afield, special interests such as book club, bridge, kayaking, etc. Sandpipers was founded in September of 2010 and currently has a membership of 71.
Contact: Linda Kushinsky
Phone: 912-223-7903
 
 
 
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Sandpipers Club St Simons Island
Sandpipers was founded because a number of former Newcomers saw the need for a new social organization on the island. Sandpipers is designed to offer as little or as much activity as a member chooses – from Dining In and Dining Out to several group meetings throughout the year. Our meetings are typically parties – with no agenda other than good food and fun with friends. Our club is small enough to host group meetings in a variety of different venues, often with fun themes coordinated with the time of year. Our plan is to offer additional activities for those within the group on a regular basis – outings such as the Tapas Crawl earlier this year, excursions both locally and possibly farther afield, special interests such as book club, bridge, kayaking, etc. Sandpipers was founded in September of 2010 and currently has a membership of 71.
Contact: Linda Kushinsky
Phone: 912-223-7903
Cell Phone: 912-223-7903
 
 
 
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St Simons / Sea Island Coasters
Coasters offers an opportunity for residents of St. Smons Island and Sea Island to meet for social gatherings. Membership is available to those who have resided here for a minimum of three years. The goal of this club is to schedule a variety of meetings, activities, parties, and trips for our members to enjoy. Applications for new members and annual membership dues should be submitted by July 15 each year. Club activities are conducted September through May. Click here for an application. For more information, please write to Coasters, PO Box 24228, St Simons Island, GA 31522.
 
Address:
PO Box 24228
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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St Simons Island Newcomers Club
The Island Newcomers Club is open to all new residents of Saint Simons Island and Sea Island, Georgia, of two years or less. Newcomers may be a member of the Club for three years after which they are encouraged to move on to Coasters, or Shorebirds or Sandpipers. The purpose of the Club is to acquaint new residents with people, places and activities in the area. The Club offers many fun filled and informative activities to introduce new residents to each other and the beautiful “Golden Isles” of Georgia, making the Islands a first rate place to live. The current Newsletter with information about upcoming events can be accessed by using the “Newsletter” tab on the menu bar at the top of this page. The Board of Directors is elected every year by members of the Club. The Board then nominates and elects the various Committee Officers who in turn organize the many trips, activities and events throughout the year. The Club publishes a Newsletter every month between September and May. It contains useful information on the activities and events scheduled for the upcoming month. The newsletter is made possible by a loyal group of advertisers whose Ads grace its pages and who help allow members to enjoy many of the Club events. Please use the highlighted links on the various pages to learn more about the Island Newcomers Club, its Directors and Committee Chairpersons, its activities, to view the most recent Newsletter, and click on the Links tab for useful information about the Golden Isles and surrounding areas. If you are looking for a place to volunteer your time or service, please see the items listed under the Volunteer Opportunities tab.
Phone: 912-638-4886
 
Address:
P.O. Box 24242
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 

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