Association of Great Neck
Clark Beach

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

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 AGN 23rd Annual Turkey Tune Up 5K Road Race and Fun Walk around scenic Great Neck to benefit the AGN Scholarship Fund is Saturday, November 8. Walkers start at 9:30 am, Runners at 10. There will also be a Gobbler Trot for children 8 and under around the playground which starts at 10:15. Sign up early and join us for a great day of fun and exercise with your friends and family. The registration form is HERE or for more information contact Peter Lucas, peterlucas@comcast.net.

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.

CONSERVATION CORNER:
Salt marshes, which support a diversity of plants and animals, are hardy and fragile ecosystems. Clark Beach and Clark Pond are part of the Great Marsh generally recognized as the largest continuous salt marsh in New England. Click HERE to see a short video (~3 minutes) produced by the National Science Foundation about how the Great Marsh is responding to climate change.

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Last revised: September 16, 2014