Summer might be winding down on the calendar but don’t tell that to Summer. Oppressive heat will continue and Capers will long for apple cider, orange and red foliage, and cool temperatures. For now, we sweat. This issue of the Caper is PACKED. Beau, President of CSCIA, thanks everyone for their service on the Cape […]

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… and then, BANG!, it’s June and summer is upon us. Amazing how quickly time flies when you’re having fun. The Strawberry Festival was an amazing success. The weather cooperated and gave us a great day. We couldn’t have been more thrilled. Fresh on the heels of the Strawberry Festival portmortem is the June Caper. […]

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Soon, this gloomy April will be a thing of the past. There’s no better indicator that things are changing by the release of the Strawberry Festival Edition of the Caper. Beau’s message talks about the Pier Projects still ongoing which will hopefully be done soon. There’s also information in his message about the two County […]

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Driving around the Cape over the weekend was like driving through a warzone. It’s a tough break when many around our community go without power for a long duration. We’re glad that most are back up. With the winds come change and there’s no doubt that spring is just around the corner. Beau’s message for […]

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The Cape is starting off the year with a giant bang. Beau, in his Presidential message, outlines many of the things happening around the Cape. He talks about how awesome it was to see all of the people out on the frozen Lake Claire. It sure was cold heading into this new year. Our Annual […]

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Love it or hate it, snow fall really brings some Christmas cheer to the neighborhood. For those who attended Meet the Santa at the Cape Guardhouse last Friday, the snow brought quite a beautiful ambiance. As 2017 comes to an end though, the first order of CSCIA business is casting your ballots for the Board […]

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 The winds of the season change blow the leaves down our streets. They get themselves into gutters and lawns and under your windshield wipers. The trees become brown sticks poking out of the ground. Fall is here in full and now that October is over and all of the great Cape Halloween/Fall festivals have gone […]

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Driving through the Cape, you can already see some of the falling leaves, the cooler temperatures to come only mean that there will be more leaves clogging up the sewer drains and spread out across your beautiful lawns. But nothing beats The Cape in the Fall, not just for the colors that will change but […]

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