Association of Great Neck
Clark Beach

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(Courtesy of Doris Wilson)

Clark Pond --
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(Courtesy of Stanley Wood)

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Join us for beachcombing! On Saturday, September 13 at 9am join your friends and neighbors for a walk on Clark Beach looking for treasures and picking up debris/trash to help keep Clark Beach and the surrounding waterways clean. Bring gloves if you prefer. Garbage bags will be provided. Beachcombing is for all ages. Hope to see you there!

The 9th Annual Art by the Sea to benefit the scholarship funds of the Ipswich Bay Yacht Club and the Association of Great Neck will be held on Sunday, September 21 from Noon to 4pm at the Ipswich Bay Yacht Club, Quay Rd., Ipswich, MA. Works by north shore artists, jewelry makers, and artisans will be for sale. There will be a raffle of an original framed Gyotaku painting donated by artist, Gail Boucher. Admission is free. There will be a cash bar and refreshments.

The July/August 2014 Newsletter is now posted on the site. See link in sidebar at left.

The 2014 AGN Calendar of Events is now available. Click on the link in sidebar at the left for a list of our annual and new events.

Effective 2014 from May 15 to October 15 all persons who own, possess or control a dog on Clark Beach must restrain the dog on a leash at all times and must clean up and properly dispose of the dog's waste. See link in the side bar at left for the full and revised Clark Beach Dog Policy.

For a brief summary and the complete results of the on-line survey conducted last fall go HERE.

2014 AGN Calendars are on sale for $10.00. To purchase your calendar or for more information contact Jean Emerson

Monarch butterflies annually migrate en mass many miles (up to 3,000) between their U.S. and Canada breeding grounds and their winter homes in California and/or Mexico. This winter however Mexican Scientists noted declining eastern populations of monarchs, those that summer east of the Rocky Mountains. Their survival is endangered due to habitat loss from natural disasters in their Mexican wintering grounds and a shortage of milkweed plants in their summer home, which they rely on for breeding and feeding. You can help ensure the survival of monarchs by protecting monarch habitat and planting common milkweed.

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Last revised: August 24, 2014