Seacoast Village HOA

The Seacoast Village HOA and residents shined a blue light at their entrance on Thursday, May 14, as part of the “Light It Blue” campaign that called on cities across the nation to shine blue lights to honor essential workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

The Seacoast Village HOA and residents shined a blue light at their entrance on Thursday, May 14, as part of the “Light It Blue” campaign that called on cities across the nation to shine blue lights to honor essential workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

“Many of us can only imagine how difficult it really is ‘in the trenches,’” said George Lehtinen of Seacoast Village HOA, “and we wish them all the strength and courage to carry on through this seemingly never-ending nightmare. We hope the blue lights also serve as a reminder to all of us that we need to all do our parts and to act responsibly to protect ourselves and to protect each other.”

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