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Beach Club
Amenities 1 - 3 Bedroom Residences Fully Equipped Kitchens Oceanfront Swimming Pool Children’s Pool Direct Beach Access Hot Tubs Three Elevators Seasonal Snack Bar Covered Parking Gated Entry Nighttime Property Patrol Landscaped Courtyard On-site Bicycle Rentals Fitness, Business, & Recreation Center Rentable Meeting Space
 
 
 
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Coastal Georgia Historical Society
The purpose of the Coastal Georgia Historical Society is to aid in the administration, restoration, and maintenance of those historic facilities and resources entrusted to its care so that they will be preserved as a living part of the historical and cultural foundations of our coastal community. In carrying out this trust, the Society is dedicated to collecting, restoring, and housing artifacts reflective of the culture and history of coastal Georgia and to promote awareness, knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the heritage of the area. Since its founding in 1965, the Coastal Georgia Historical Society has celebrated and preserved the heritage of our majestic coastal area. Our purpose is to further the understanding and appreciation of The Golden Isles and their heritage, and to preserve historic coastal buildings and artifacts for future generations. A small staff, complimented by dedicated volunteers, operates the St. Simons Lighthouse, the Maritime Center at the Historic Coast Guard Station on East Beach, and the A. W Jones Heritage Center. The Society is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization and receives no federal, state or county financial support. We rely entirely on membership and event proceeds, individual and corporate donations, grants, and revenue from ticket sales to sustain operations. The Board of Directors, the current members and the staff of the Society invite you to become a member and consider volunteering with the Society. Click on link above to visit our website or call us at (912) 638-4666. The A. W. Jones Heritage Center is located at 610 Beachview Drive near the pier village on St. Simons Island.
Phone: 912-638-4666
 
Address:
610 Beachview Drive
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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Glynn Art Association
Established in 1953, Glynn Art Association (GAA) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization serving as the COMMUNITY VISUAL ARTS CENTER. It is supported by donations from members, visual artists, and various giving patrons. The Glynn Art Association’s mission is to promote and encourage creative expression within our community with an emphasis on the visual arts. Glynn Art recognizes the importance of the visual arts to everyday life and is resolved to work toward fulfilling the vision of education and the creation of a strong cultural climate while providing the community and visitors with opportunities to advance their knowledge, appreciation, and participation the creative experience. The association offers exhibits, lectures, studio classes, field trips, and workshops for everyone. Our Mission: To promote and encourage creative expression within our community with an emphasis on the visual arts. Consider joining us today!
Phone: 912-638-8770
 
Address:
529 Beachview Drive
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 
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Golden Isles Arts & Humanites
Detailed community calendar, as well as upcoming event information for performances and films at the Historic Ritz Theatre.
Phone: 912-262-6934
Fax: 912-262-1029
 
Address:
1530 Newcastle St.,
Brunswick GA 31520
 
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Golden Isles Chapter Military Officers Association of America
Welcome to the Golden Isles Chapter The Golden Isles Chapter of MOAA was chartered in 1964. Our membership lives in the Golden Isles area of Brunswick, St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island and surroundings counties. We meet on the second Sunday for a luncheon or dinner meeting in September, November, December, February and April at the King and Prince Hotel on St. Simons Island, GA. Our dress code is coat and tie for the gentlemen and appropriate attire for the Ladies. We have a social hour and a served dinner followed by a formal program. We have been able to attract prominent national, as well as local speakers for our programs. Each year the chapter provides a scholarship to a student from each of the three Glynn County High Schools. All students in good standing are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Membership is open to active duty, retired, National Guard, reserve, former commissioned officers and warrant officers of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Auxiliary memberships are also available for surviving spouses of deceased officers. GENERAL INFORMATION MOAA is the nation’s largest and most influential association of military officers. It is an independent, nonprofit, politically nonpartisan organization. With about 370,000 members from every branch of service – including active duty, retired, National Guard, Reserve, and former officers and their families – we are a powerful force speaking for a strong national defense and representing the interests of military officers at every stage of their careers. MOAA’s highest priority is providing first-class service to our members. We are the leading voice on compensation and benefit matters for members of the military community. We provide expert advice and guidance to our members. MEMBERSHIP Membership is open to active duty, retired, National Guard, and reserve officers, former commissioned officers and warrant officers of the following uniformed services: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Auxiliary memberships also are available for surviving spouses of deceased officers. Six out of ten officers belong to MOAA as well as 30,000 active duty officers. GOLDEN ISLES CHAPTER OF MOAA The Golden Isles Chapter of MOAA has been in existence for over 40 years. Our membership lives in the Golden Isles area of Brunswick, St Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island and surroundings counties. The MOAA dinner meetings are at the King and Prince Hotel on the second Sunday of the month except for June, July and August. We have been able to attract prominent national, as well as local speakers for our programs. The Chapter’s community project is to provide three annual college scholarships of $1,500.00 each to students of Glynn County High Schools. All students in good standing are eligible to apply for these scholarships through their school Guidance Counselors.
 
 
 
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Southern Kingfish Association
For years we've all fished local tournaments. Great fun, plus wasn't it neat when you won and claimed bragging rights to the territory? Sometimes the money and prizes weren't bad either. But they lacked a common denominator--a single specie that could unite fishermen from all over the eastern and southern seaboard in friendly competition but on a scale much larger than just locally. A specie that wasn't in danger of collapse or carried ecological baggage. That fish was discovered in 1990, the King Mackerel. Kingfish stocks are in good shape and according to most fishery directors, have made a tremendous comeback over the past few years. In the Gulf of Mexico the stocks were almost annihilated back in the early eighties but through sound management and reasonable bag limits, the stocks are back to pre-1980 levels.
 
 
 
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St Simons Landtrust
Mission Statement The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations. Our History St. Simons Island is one of four islands on the southern coast of Georgia known as the Golden Isles. Home to more than 12,000 full-time residents, St. Simons is known for its stately live oaks, abundant salt and fresh water marshes, meandering creeks and rivers, and rich history. Spotted seatrout, redfish, flounder and tarpon are abundant in the creeks and near shore waters. And, just offshore is the calving ground for the North Atlantic Right Whale - the world's most endangered great whale. Not surprisingly, St. Simons is also a favorite destination for vacationers. Like so many coastal areas, St. Simons experienced a population boom in the 1990s. Recognizing that the uniqueness of this barrier island would continue to attract new residents and thus be heavily impacted by development, the St. Simons Land Trust was born. Recognition is given to the vision of local leaders such as Ben Slade III, Frances McCrary, and Jim and Jeannie Manning who were the Land Trust's founding members, and the organization's first Executive Director, Catherine Main, who operated the Land Trust out of her home until 2001 when an office was opened on Frederica Road. Since those early days, the Land Trust has preserved more than 776 acres on the island (and another 200 acres in a nearby county). The first parcel of land protected was the Gilbert property on Frederica Road, now the site of the popular John Gilbert Nature Trail which was opened to the public in 2006. Like more than 1,600 land trusts across the country, the SSLT works with willing property owners to preserve their land using tools that include: conservation easements, donations of land and outright purchases of land through tax advantaged "bargain sales." We are guided in our work by our most recent Greenprint - a strategic plan for land conservation on the island - that has established target areas for our work and priorities for transactions. The success of the Land Trust can be directly linked to its strong membership base of more than 1,250 households, with a core group of 350 Live Oak Society members who contribute $1,000 or more each year to help the Land Trust achieve its mission. This, coupled with the Community Partners Program involving lodging, restaurant and tourist-related businesses, provides the income base for the Land Trust to operate and undertake conservation projects. Less than 15% of our total income is used for operations and stewardship of land holdings leaving most Land Trust income for project related work. The Land Trust has been able to leverage donor contributions effectively by taking advantage of an array of federal, state and county funds to help complete conservation transactions. The St. Simons Land Trust has become a community institution entrusted with an extraordinary responsibility: to protect our scenic and historic treasures and to preserve the beauty and charm of our island for generations to come The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations. Donate Today! Every membership makes a difference. GET INVOLVED
 
 
 
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The Hospice of the Golden Islae
The Auxiliary for Hospice of the Golden Isles is a member-driven organization dedicated to supporting and advancing the mission of Hospice of the Golden Isles. We have nearly 600 active members who have contributed a minimum of $35 each for an annual membership, and nearly 50 Life Members who contributed at least $500. We focus our efforts on Community Education, Patient Projects, and Fund Raising. We welcome your involvement through your time, your talent and your financial support MISSION STATEMENT The Auxiliary promotes, advances, and supports the Hospice of the Golden Isles. STRATEGY All money raised through the Auxiliary’s member-driven activities will be used to fund specific patient or operational needs and to encourage community understanding of Hospice of the Golden Isles services
Phone: 912-267-5469
 
Address:
P.O.Box 20098
St Simons Island, Georgia 31522
 

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