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Baja Semi-Annual Surf Classic to be held September 18th

One of the truly great events held in Sandbridge, the Baja Surf Classic, will be held on September 18th this year, with a rain-date scheduled for the 25th . The Surf Classic which benefits A Dolphin’s Promise, a non-profit organization raising funds for cancer research, is held at Little Island Park with after-contest festivities to held at the Baja Restaurant, just across the street.The contest, has its roots in…

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Cabana Bar Opens in Sandbridge

SandbridgeLife.com would like to welcome The Cabana Bar to the Sandbridge business community after opening a few weeks ago! The restaurant, located within the Sanctuary Resort on the South End of Sandbridge, is open to the public and features a pool with a swim-up bar and plenty of delicious drinks and food! From the Cabana Bar, one can gaze at the ocean or just sit…

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Heat Wave Continues: Tips on How to Stay Cool

The majority of the country is currently experiencing one of the largest heat waves in recorded history this week, with temperatures in the 100s and heat indexes above 110. Sandbridge is definitely not excluded from the heat wave, with temperatures around 100 degrees and over 70% humidity making spending time outdoors very rough and dangerous. According to the National Weather Service, heat is number one…

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Sand Replenishment Update-July 20th

The Sandbridge Beach community recieved some postive news this week regarding the Sand Replenishment. Representative Scott Rigell and the House of Representatives approved the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act. Within the Act, Rigell included wording that would remove the federal barrier that had restricted the Army Corps of Engineers from accepting the necessary funds that Sandbridge had raised for the replenishment project. Now the bill…

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