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Indialantic is a both a beachside town and a bird sanctuary. The town of Indialantic has been a designated bird sanctuary since 1975. It is without question a remarkably beautiful beach town. It’s also an incredibly small town. Nestled in-between Satellite Beach, Melbourne Beach, the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean, Indialantic covers roughly one square mile of land and has approximately 2,700 residents. Indialantic may be a small town, but it has a big character.
Mary Leubuscher Hayward met her husband, Walter, while performing in a Broadway show. The couple moved to Indialantic in the 1940’s and made significant contributions that led to the town becoming the lovely place that it is today. Indialantic’s website shares the couple’s remarkable story in great detail. The Hayward’s left their fingerprints on numerous efforts to get early Indialantic into proper order. They were involved with the Indialantic Civic Association, which was instrumental in the town’s incorporation. Walter sat on the city council and also served as mayor. Mary served on town boards, presided over Melbourne High School’s PTA, founded and presided over the Brevard League of Women Voters, helped to organize the Surfside players and form BACAM, which is now known as the Brevard Museum of Art and Science.