Community Bright Spots! Lifeguard Stations

NOTE: You can find more information about the purpose of this page here.

For three weeks I will highlight one lifeguard station from each of our beach communities. This week: The City of Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

According to its website, The Jacksonville Beach Volunteer Life Saving Corps has been operating since 1912.

All photos ©Steve Piscitelli. 2021

Next week: The City of Neptune Beach, Florida lifeguard station.

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3 Responses to Community Bright Spots! Lifeguard Stations

  1. marianbeaman says:

    Thank God for this station. Once on a beach visit, my sister didn’t hydrate enough, became faint, Red Cross to the rescue. Lesson learned

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  2. Pingback: Community Bright Spots! Lifeguard Stations (Part 2) | The Growth and Resilience Network®

  3. Pingback: Community Bright Spots! Lifeguard Stations (Part 3) | The Growth and Resilience Network®

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