Communication Committee: Seashore News Volunteers

The preparation of the monthly Seashore News (SSN) involves the help of many Niguel Shores volunteers. At the start there are the dedicated newsletter article writers who produce the interesting stories every month. Once the articles are assembled by the Layout editor, approved by the SSN editor, they are sent to the printer, which is the Minuteman Press Co. on PCH and Golden Lantern (They do an exceptional job in printing 1100 copies and delivering them to us by the end of the month).
Once we receive the copies in the office the next group of volunteers takes over. This group collates the inserts and bundles the issue in bags to be distributed to the next group of volunteers who distributes the bundles to the last group of volunteers, the street volunteers, who delivers them to your home.
My reason for telling you about the flow path of your SSN is to sadly tell you one of the volunteers in the collating group has recently passed away—George Freundlich. George and his wife Alice stuffed and in earlier times assembled and stapled your SSN for many years. They lived on Manta Court from 1981 to 2014. George and Alice had to leave N.S. recently for an assisted living home. Lastly, George was a veteran of WWII, serving in the 11th Airborne Division.
—Karl Kuhn

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