In August 2016, Seaview, Washington lost their iconic beach approach sign. The community of Seaview and many friends of the Seaview Sign are working to replace the sign. While it sounds like an easy task, increased safety and sign regulations require the new sign be taller, wider, made of sturdy materials, withstand weather, traffic and pedestrian protocols and still be attractive to the historic village of Seaview. The new sign will require specialty design, engineering, fabrication and installation.
There are five phases in the sign project. Conceptual, Design, Manufacturing, Installation and Maintenance. Seaview resident and retired engineer, John Ramage is the project manager who is adeptly taking the sign specs to reality while navigating the various agencies that must approve the sign. Seaview resident and well-known local activist, Nansen Malin is spearheading the community project. Nansen’s fundraising experience, community organization work and tenacity to get the job done have been successful in national and local issues. Her passion for all things Seaview, including projects documenting Seaview History, preserving the Seaview Dunes and fighting local land use issues gives the Seaview Sign project a firm foundation for success.
Seaview Historical Preservation Society (SHiPS) is the 501(c)3 responsible for the sign project. SHiPS has partnered with South Pacific County Community Foundation (SPCCF) to raise the needed funds. SPCCF is a local organization with deep roots in the community and builds endowment funds to benefit community efforts such as the Seaview Sign replacement. The Seaview Sign Fund is established for donations to the Seaview Sign. Your online tax-deductible will be held in the Seaview Sign Fund. Your donation is tax-deductible.
The latest updates to the Sign efforts can be found on SeaviewSign.com
Donations are also welcome to build the endowment, by following the link below, or by mailing checks made out to:
PO Box 356
Seaview, WA 98644
When donating to this fund with a check, please download and fill out the required contribution form and mail it with your check to the address at the bottom of this form.
Please make checks out to SPCCF, and on the memo line, write the name of the fund you wish to donate to.
Our mailing address is SPCCF, PO Box 75, Nahcotta WA 98637.
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