The latest edition of the Canaveral Beacon is available now. It includes highlights and pictures of the Keep the Light Shining Fundraising Gala held at the American Muscle Car Museum on October 19.
The lighthouse experienced an equipment failure recently, leaving the rotating beacon non-operational. Thanks to the U.S. Coast Guard Aids to the Navigation Team in Ponce, our light was not out for long — replacing the failed equipment, completing the repair and returning the lighthouse to full operation.
You can also read about Foundation members, Ron and Chris Ecker, honored at the fall meeting of the Florida Lighthouse Association. In the Community Outreach section, read about the Foundation participation in the 23rd Annual Teacher Open House.
This month’s Volunteer Spotlight features Jim Roche. Meet him and read about his lighthouse experience in the October newsletter.
The 45th Space Wing has put in place a process to allow the Lighthouse Foundation conduct Open house visits to the lighthouse. The first escorted visit will be held on November 23 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Check the Upcoming Events section for details.
You and your family can be part of the lighthouse restoration. Order your engraved brick and join in the history of the lighthouse. You can use the form in the newsletter to order your brick using traditional mail, or go to the Keepers’ Walkway page and order your brick online.
Check out some of the upcoming events for the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation and the Florida Lighthouse Association. Join us on November 10, 2019, for the 2nd Annual Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation Half Marathon and 10K Race, benefiting the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse.For more information on upcoming Florida Lighthouse Association events, visit Florida Lighthouse Association.
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