** two wedding bands lost on our beach were returned to their owners as a result of the posts on our website and our Facebook page. One returned 6 days before a 46th wedding anniversary. What loving neighbors we have!! **
LOST – Very old kneeboard – primarily yellow with multi-colored strap. Kneeboard “disappeared” from our backyard on the canal last summer. Sentimental value – had it since he was a teenager! email: email@example.com
LOST – Kayak paddles – our kayaks have been taken for many joyrides over the last year – fortunately we have found kayaks but never recovered any paddles! email: firstname.lastname@example.org
One for my brother-in-law who left his fishing rods on top of the SUV and drove to the interstate – I drove back and forth but never found them for him! email@example.com
LOST – Two very nice fishing rods & reels blew out of the back of our vehicle somewhere between Lookout Road and Interstate 64 a few weekends ago.email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2002 Yamaha PW50 – $600 – Excellent condition, extremely low hours. Always kept inside. Yamaha Blue & White. 49 cc. Automatic. Daughter barely rode it and has outgrown it.email: email@example.com
2002 Suzuki Quad 50 – $775 – Great condition, son has outgrown it and moved to larger quad. Red. Low hours. Always kept inside and well maintained. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lost in June, possibly on the beach, – a set of car keys along with a remote car door opener. The set was 2 keys ( one a red key and the other a car key) and 1 remote. Put in the beach access sign box.
Lost: man’s wedding ring, white gold. Reward! WindyC@cox.net.
Cox High School Ring 1967 blue stone: Ann & Charlie
Found: gold wedding bands, 1 men’s 14K, 1 ladies 14K both with engraving, contact Tuffy at: email@example.com
Found: man’s spinner band.
If anyone has found or is looking for these please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.