If you happened to stroll down Atlantic Avenue between Burk and Montgomery avenues, you will notice work in progress on a much-need facelift to the Memory Lane War Memorial.
Memory Lane War Memorial, which is labeled as a memorial for local soldiers who fought in Korea and Vietnam is being totally done over from the ground up.
The NEW Memory Lane War Memorial will have new makers for the soldiers, a completely new concrete walkway, new sod and more!
The City of Wildwood is proud to announce that online booking for 2018 beach boxes rentals will open on February 1st. Last year, the City launched an online system to handle all reservations. The season was very successful and the City plans to continue growing this easy and convenient storage system. Beach boxes are available from May 20th to September 8th. Popular reservation locations and dates booked very quickly in 2017, therefore it is recommended that you book your 2018 reservation as early as possible.
This year, the booking will be completed on a newly designed website that’s more user-friendly. The booking process is easier than ever, and rates will remain the same as 2017;
$60 per week, $225 per month, or $375 for the season.
All reservations must be made through the online system available at www.wildwoodbeachboxes.com.
Take the hassle out of going to the beach, and book your beach box today.
Today I spent the day cleaning up my office going over paperwork, ordering supplies and getting ready summer 2018. My cousin Joy, her husband Ron and their two sons Nicholas and Alexander came from Philadelphia and stopped by for…
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I’ve been trying to do my daily blog and let everyone know what’s happening here in Wildwood. So here’s what happened yesterday. I started the day out doing my daily social media on WWTCP and our other sponsor sights, then off to look at a few motel projects to write estimates for guest services Wifi.
After finishing some office work, I was off to Mia Mia Raw Bar & Ristorante for Bob Ingram’s 80th birthday party. We have a birthday group of 4, Butchie, Bobalou, Bob and myself. Whoever’s birthday it is gets to choose the restaurant they want to go to, order whatever they want and the other 3 pay for it. The food, as always was off the hook and exceptional.
After dinner, I had to drop off a wire adapter for a VOIP phone at Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano’s house, he was in his office and invited me in. He showed me his new drone and we talked about some great new projects the city is working on for the veterans ( story coming soon) and other great things happening in the city. It’s always my pleasure to get a few minutes to chat with the mayor, he is a great guy who always has time for me which I really appreciate.
Look for my next blog later today or tomorrow!
Life is great being a Wildwoodian in The Woods!
Hey fans, we have a great weekend vacation giveaway from The Adventure Oceanfront Inn located on at the south end of the Wildwood, NJ boardwalk. One of our fans will win this brand new non-smoking oceanfront room with 2 queen beds and sofa bed that sleeps 6 from April 27th to April 29th
To enter this contest all you have to do is:
- LIKE the Adventure Oceanfront Inn Facebook page below>
2. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ” weekend get-away” in the subject line and please include your name, address and cell phone number.
3. Like and share this post!
4. Contest ends Sunday, March 11th at midnight. The winner will be announced on this blog the next day Monday, March 12th.
Stay with us as we give-away more great vacations from our other motel clients within the next few months.
Local Surfer and author Bill Flynn’s book, A Surfers Love Story may be a future movie. Written and released in 2003 the book was a big hit and sold out. Since then dozens of his readers contacted Bill telling him it would be a great movie. His followers started a movement on Social Media to bring his story to life and reached thousands of people around the country.
Wildwood Crest Fishing Pier 1977
The book was about Wildwood and Cape May in the 60’s and what it was like to be a teen and how they acted, thought and talked while hanging out on The Wildwoods beaches.Bill Flynn lived that dream during an exciting and changing time.
Bill’s Dad, John J. Flynn Jr holding one of his surfboards at 10th Street in North Wildwood.
A fictional story of what really happened on the beaches in Wildwood, NJ by the man who lived it, Bill Flynn. Bill is now looking to turn his story into a movie about east coast surfing and their resort towns and make the shoot the movie in The Wildwood and Cape May. Bill has written a sequel that goes up to 1971 for more movie material and has not been released.
Please join Bill in making his dream come true of turning his story into a movie, he’s looking for a screenwriter and moviemaker to fund the project. If you know anyone who is interested please contact Bill Flynn at 609-435-6265