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Nominations are now being accepted for annual awards for Distinguished Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD) Alumni, CCISD Superstars and the Dennis Johnson Memorial Small Business Award. Recipients are selected by the Clear Creek Education Foundation.

Seabrook Rotary ClubSeabrook Rotary Club spun off “Rotary Books for the World” to be its own 501(c)3 charity, an International Service Project of Rotary International. They have shipped 290 containers of books (more than 11.5 million pounds), school furniture, mobility devices (such as wheelchairs), to 25 different countries.

pelican baySchool is out, summer is here, and it’s time to go swimming! Seabrook’s very own Pelican Bay Pool and Splashpad recently opened to a steady stream of crowds. “Opening day was crazy,” said Elissa Hutson, Manager of Pelican Bay. “We didn’t hit capacity, but as soon as one group of people left, another group came in.”

Residents of the City of Seabrook can show their driver’s license or Seabrook water bill to receive reduced residential pool rates. Pool entry fees for residents are $2 for individuals 17 years of age or younger, $4 for adults aged 18 to 64 and free for adults 65 and older. Non-resident rates are $6 for children 17 years old and younger and $8 for adults 18 years and older. Season passes can be purchased at City Hall for $25 for residents up to 64 years of age, and $150 for non-residents.

In addition to swimming and waterslides Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:00am to 8:00pm, the pool is also hosting two dive-in movies this summer. Movie dates will be Saturday, July 13th and Saturday, August 13th from 8:00pm until the end of the movie.

The pool season runs until Saturday, August 27th. So make sure you grab your swimming suit, towel and sunscreen and head down to Seabrook’s Pelican Bay to have a great time before summer ends!

Tookies Hamburgers & More!

Everybody in the greater Clear Lake Area (and maybe beyond) knows when you want a really good burger, and onions rings or fried pickles, that can’t be matched by anyone, you go to Tookies! It’s still a mystery what people ate after the restaurant was flooded and ruined by 4ft. of water after Hurricane Ike! Tookies is a staple in the community, and was refurbished and repaired quickly back to its old self though, and it’s been business and burgers as usual ever since.

Birds eye view of Bay Area Houston. Featuring the Kemah Boardwalk, NASA Space Center, the water front and more!