North Beach News for July 15, 2019

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The North Beach House & Garden Club would like to recognize 3942 8th Street for having the YARD OF THE MONTH! The owners, Michael Mendoza and Kenneth Ferreira, take obvious pride in their home and landscape and were chosen for the July 2019 Yard of the Month. Congratulations!


The WGTS 91.9 Ice Cream Tour is making its way around the region again this summer and they are coming to North Beach! WGTS 91.9 will broadcast from the pavilion on Friday, July 12, 2019, from 3 to 7 pm. They will have music and games, prizes, and of course–FREE ice cream! Thanks to Cold Penguin for providing the ice cream! Following the broadcast, Nashville artist Hannah Kerr will perform live at the pavilion.


Every Friday morning between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend, the news team from Fox 5 DC travels to a new community. On Friday, July 5, 2019, the crew arrived in the Town of North Beach to set up for the exciting Zip Trip. During the Zip Trip, four news anchors broadcasted live from the boardwalk and other areas around town. Town residents and businesses, non-profit groups, local sports teams, North Beach Volunteer Fire Department and many more were showcased on the Zip Trip. If you would like to view all the segments from the Zip Trip, click here.

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