The Save America campaign is about building on those accomplishments, supporting the brave conservatives who will define the future of the Republican party and the future of our beloved country.
The BRTC supports the #SaveAmerica action and is also about ensuring that we always keep #AmericaFirst, in our foreign and domestic policy. We take pride in our country, we teach the truth about our history, we celebrate our rich heritage and national traditions, and of course, we respect our great American Flag.
• We believe in rebuilding our previously depleted military and ending the endless wars our failed politicians of the past got us into for decades.
• We embrace free thought, we welcome robust debate, and we are not afraid to stand up to the oppressive dictates of political correctness.
• We know that the rule of law is the ultimate safeguard of our freedoms, and we affirm that the Constitution means exactly what it says AS WRITTEN.
• We support fair trade, low taxes, and fewer job-killing regulations, and we know that America must always have the most powerful military on the face of the Earth.
• We believe in Law and Order, and we believe that the men and women of law enforcement are HEROES who deserve our absolute support.
• We believe in FREE SPEECH and Fair Elections. We must ensure fair, honest, transparent, and secure elections going forward – where every LEGAL VOTE counts.
Wing’s Island in Brewster, Cape Cod is a step back to the upland areas of the 1920s. Many animals, including most of the fish and shellfish eaten in New England, spawn, grow and forage in this coastal wetland habitat in Brewster, MA. In one year, ten tons of plant material can grow in a single acre of salt marsh. Decaying grasses and other composting organic matter release vital nutrients which nourish new plant growth and feed the marsh animals. This intricate food web is linked to the sea through the tides. Incoming tides flood the marsh with water, distributing sediments and nutrient resources throughout. Outgoing tides also flush nutrients into nearby tidal flats and coastal waters, nourishing more plants and animals. Salt marshes, like Wing Island, are one of the most productive habitats in the world.
“The ice was so vocal that I had to spend more time capturing the scene as the sun set over the frozen Cahoon Landing. On Cape Cod, lakes are called kettle ponds from their ice age creation, and Long Pond in Brewster is one of the largest. This short fly over with the Mavic Air 2 drone, a masterpiece of technology, easily meets my professional aerial photography needs. – Steve Shuriken“
The Brewster Sportsman’s and Civic Club was established to develop a high standard of skill in the handling of all firearms, and to encourage through education better methods of hunting, conservation and competitive shooting among members and the residents of our community, with an emphasis on safety and good sportsmanship.
The Brewster Sportsman’s Club is not just for hunters to refine their aim. Our club provides a no frills, local space for all 2A advocates to learn how to proficiently handle a firearm safely and legally.
We also offer a fun 20 acre, 3D archery circuit and target range for both bow and crossbow marksmanship.
New members are required to attend two meetings, complete a form, request a sponsor and pay a low $120 annual dues.
Membership responsibilities include helping out during the year to keep the clubhouse and grounds a nice place to visit.
The Club offers a wide array of opportunities for it’s members. We have a 100 yard rifle range with shooting shack, Pistol Range, Trap Range and Archery. During Club meetings and events the Club house offers a full professional kitchen, full bar, pool table and darts.
Our club house is available to rent for weddings, graduations, receptions or other events.
Did you get to see the Herring run this season? Here’s a quick video following the annual Spring Herring run up Paine’s Creek in Brewster, Cape Cod.
Also known as Alewives and Bluebacks, river Herring have been migrating from the ocean to fresh water ponds and streams in Springtime for centuries. Native people as well as European settlers depended on them as a food staple.
Today it is illegal to harvest river Herring in the Paine’s Creek estuary and across Massachusetts.
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Found just a short drive off 6A in the center of Brewster, Breakwater Beach landing is one of the most popular beaches in the town and has an ample parking area.
One of eight peaceful beaches, with gentle dunes, warm water and lots of pools at low tide make this an excellent spot for families with easy access for the grandparents.
The beach doesn’t get too crowded and you can walk out quite far during low tide on the flats. A perfect spot for children to explore the tidal pools, catch small fish, hermit crabs and be amazed at the dramatic movement of the tides over the course of a few hours.
First settled in 1656 as a parish of the town of Harwich, the town separated as the northern, wealthier parish in 1693.
Brewster was named in honor of Elder William Brewster, the first religious leader of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Colony.
Many of of the town’s business institutions were all on Brewster’s main street (now Route 6A), including the town hall and churches.
After a minor civil uprising, Brewster was officially incorporated as its own town in 1803.
The town’s history grew around Stony Brook, where the first water-powered grist and woolen mill in the country was founded in the late 17th century.
There were many rich sea captains in the town who built many of the mansions and stately homes which now constitute the town’s inns and bed-and-breakfasts.
Most notable of these are the Brewster Historical Society Captain Elijah Cobb House on Lower Road, the Crosby Mansion on Crosby Lane by Crosby Beach, and the Captain Freeman Inn on Breakwater Road.
Brewster’s unique natural assets of more than 5,000 acres of conservation land with walking and biking trails; a herring run where the alewife migrate to their home pond; salt and fresh water beaches; ponds and forests set the backdrop for the eco-tourist’s experience.