The 60's


 
Early 60's.  Members of the SB Volunteer Fire Department

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R1:  Jack Smith, Dumont Smith, Al Donaker, Shine Hedgecock (Chief), Howard Richards (Assistant Chief), UNK, UNK, Richard Smith, Gene Eggermont, Randy Hedgecock
R2:  UNK, Phil Morse, Ben Bowman, UNK, Leolan "Slim" Sells, UNK, Hub Hedgecock, Ted Craver

Early 60's.  Members of the SB Fire Dept Woman's Auxiliary

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R1:  Mrs Dean, Naomi Sells (Slim), Annie Hedgecock, Shirley Richards, Irma Hedgecock, Peggy Sells (Ray).
R2:  Ester Broom, Mrs Hutchinson, Martha Smith, Betty Bowman, Marilyn Dean (Charlie), Barbara Eggermont

May 1962. The SBVFD Fish Fry's

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Fire Chief Shine Hedgecock and Peggy Sells (FD Woman's Auxiliary) post the
SBVFD flyer for the annual Fish Fry held at the Civic Center. $1.25 a plate for lots of Fish, Hush Puppies and Dessert!

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The SBVFD fish fry master cooks: Richard Smith, UNK, Ray Sells, Hub Hedgecock, and Councilman Lou Pavlokos

24 Jul 1963. Grand Opening of Satellite High Pool

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Judy Hedgecock, 17-year old daughter of Mayor and Mrs Percy Hedgecock of Satellite Beach, officiated at ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the dedication of the $53,000 three-pool complex located adjacent to Satellite High School.  Pictured with Judy are lifeguards Tim Denham, left, and John Antoon. (Brevard Sentinel Star, Photo by Frank Westbrook) 

11 May 1965.  Bowling is a Family Affair

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Satellite Beach Mayor Percy Hedgecock receives high game trophy during Islander League awards banquet.  Mrs Hedgecock, left, received Most Improved Bowler award, and daughter Barbara ended the season with high average of 171. (Brevard Sentinel Star, Photo by Bob Mullane)

Oct 1965. 8th Annual Founders Day Parade

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Percy Hedgecock waves to the crowd flanked by Mayor Howard Elmore of Indian Harbour Beach, left, and Tom Moldenhauer of Melbourne Beach.  Car being driven by daughter Judy.

12 Oct 1965.  Satellite Beach Library Ground Breaking

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Construction of a library/civic center complex was completed in 1966 using nearly all volunteer labor. Over 6,000 books and periodicals were donated to fill the shelves. The 1st librarian was Lillian Gartner who served until  1972, and was followed by Betty Demchock. Betty retired in 1993.

(L-R) Betty Winn, Mayor Hedgecock, Pat Briel, Lois Stell, Dick Herbine, Betty Demchock, and Jeanne Pekora.