SIGNS OF SPRING AT SAUBLE!
Become a member of Friends of Sauble Beach for $20/year or renew your membership here:
Our 2017 Annual General Meeting for Members is scheduled for July 8th at 9:30 am.
STEWARDSHIP OF THE SAUBLE BEACH SHORELINE: A VISION
- Being a member of Friends of Sauble Beach (FSB) is being part of an exciting project!
- In 2004 FSB commissioned the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation to prepare our first Beach Management Plan.
- In 2007 a second plan addressed the remainder of the beach North to the Sauble river. These two plans are the blueprints which FSB uses to carry out the conservation of the beach shoreline.
- Membership is open to all persons interested in the conservation of the dune eco system at Sauble Beach.
- Members actively promote respect for the fragile environment of Sauble Beach which includes several kilometres of glorious sand beach, the dunes and the Lake Huron waters.
- FSB believes that by protecting and enhancing our beachfront, this great natural resource will continue to be enjoyed by future generations.
- Voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting Privilege to hold any position on the Board of Directors
- An opportunity for you to make a difference so that we and future generations can continue to enjoy the beautiful sand beach of Sauble Beach now and in years to come!
- Donations, bequests, memorial gifts, etc.
- would be gratefully received and acknowledged.
Membership is open to all persons who are interested in and demonstrate by their actions that they are committed to the conservation of the dunes and beach at Sauble. We believe a strong membership base is the foundation for a strong effective group.
General Delivery, Sauble Beach N0H 2G0
President: Kathy Strachan
Secretary: Linda Diggle
Treasurer: Brian Fulford
Dune Management: John Strachan, Keith Brownlee,
Media/Press/Grant Applications: Terry Diggle
First Nations Liaising: Kathy Strachan
Sandfencing/Bench Monitoring/Bench Plaques: John Strachan, Keith Brownlee
Clothing Sales: Russ & Diane Daniels
'Dopt A Dune: John Strachan, Keith Brownlee,
Education Liaison: Keith Brownlee
Membership: Kathy Strachan
Website: John Strachan
DEDICATE A BENCH
- Commemorate a special event
- Honour your family
- Memorialize a loved one
Support Friends of Sauble Beach fund raising activities and dedicate a bench. Create a legacy to honour family, friends, a milestone birthday, wedding or anniversary. The cost of dedicating a bench is $500.00 and will feature a plaque bearing a design of your choice.
We are modifying our format to allow you to design your own special plaque. You will be able to 'e' file your design or mail it along with your donation of $500.00 made payable to "Friends of Sauble Beach" to:
Friends of Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach, ON
We are working on a mapping program to better help you locate your bench to a place on the beach with special meaning.
If you have any further questions, please email
the Friends of Sauble Beach.
A desire to increase the enjoyment of the beach for everyone has resulted in 42 all-cedar benches being built since 2006. $4,500.00 was donated towards the materials for the benches and that amount was matched by the Town of South Bruce Penninsula for a total of $9,000.00!
Under the guidance of Don Dougall, a group of volunteers from FSB and the Sauble and Area Men's Club have come together for a morning of work, camaraderie and accomplishment.
Amabel Property Owners Assoc.
The Sauble Sandpipers Club
Sauble & Area Men's Club
Friends of Sauble Beach
Town of South Bruce Penninsula
- Friends of Sauble Beach (FSB), organized in 2000, is a nonprofit group of volunteers. Volunteers who use their talents, time and energy to ensure that the natural environment of Sauble Beach is conserved and enhanced so that people of all ages and physical ability can enjoy the wonderful sunsets, sand and water of the beach. FSB was granted incorporation status in February of 2002.
- Friends of Sauble's activities focus on three & half miles of beach and dunes between Lakeshore Blvd and the edge of Lake Huron from Main Street north to the Sauble River.
- FSB is an advocate for the conservation of the beach and dunes. As a demonstration of our commitment the group has undertaken a variety of projects and raised $300,000 towards them over its 15 year history to conserve this natural resource.
- We create and promote a variety of informed, and supportive written material and seminars to help a better understandings of the various facets that comprise the dunes and beach.
- All of our projects whether big or small have relied on the support of our members , community partners, fulltime and seasonal residents and visitors.
- What we do: