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Enjoy getting to know your neighbors and using the free resources available here. Register and you can get on the forums and chat, post your classified ads for free, share your favorite photos from the area, keep track of events coming up in your community, and much more. Bookmark it and use it often. The more you use the website, the better it will be.
The BIG NEWS is that this website is password protected for added security! - created specifically for every resident.

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Complete the form and click the submit button. You'll receive a password via email, which you can personalize for your use. The password and login are case sensitive. Your privacy is important to use, which is why we require an active email address in order to create an account for each and every user.

Once registered, you will have Full Access to all resources, including:

  • Adding photos to the neighborhood photo gallery
  • Participate in the many discussion and information forums
  • Advertise events using the Neighborhood Calendar
  • Request volunteers for your fundraiser
  • You can even coordinate your Bunko group
  • Find/advertise handyman or lawn care
  • Form carpools, walking, dinner, exercise groups, golf, etc.
  • Whatever your interest, you're sure to find a neighbor interested as well.

Participation is the key to the success of this website, tell your neighbors and use the website a lot.

Please note: This site is fully password protected; access is available only to this community's residents. This is for your protection - please know that your registration information is for the purpose of this site registration only and will not be shared or used for any other purpose.

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Healthy Recipes
Low-Cholesterol Recipes: Wine Baked Potato

4.12 / 5 Stars | 32 Reviews

by rowdy

"A delicious baked potato that has a wonderful aroma while cooking."

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Dairy-Free Recipes: Fried Zucchini

3.57 / 5 Stars | 50 Reviews

by Judy Sing

"Simple and delicious recipe for tender zucchini with a thin, crispy coating of cornmeal."

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Mediterranean Diet: Easy Hummus

4.3 / 5 Stars | 243 Reviews


"I make this hummus all the time. It only takes a few minutes to prepare, and it's healthier without the oil. Increase or decrease the ingredients as desired, especially the jalapenos! Serve with pita chips or fresh veggie slices. Add more of the reserved bean liquid for a smoother dip."

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Quote of the Day
Dylan Thomas
"When one burns one's bridges, what a very nice fire it makes."
Francesco Guicciardini
"The return we reap from generous actions is not always evident."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
"We must build dikes of courage to hold back the flood of fear."
Marcus Tullius Cicero
"What then is freedom? The power to live as one wishes."

How to of the Day
How to Care for Clip in Hair Extensions
Like your regular hair, your clip in hair extensions need some TLC to stay in great condition. It only takes a few minutes to clean both synthetic and real extensions, and it takes even less time to tend to your wefts, or individual sections of hair, on a daily or regular basis. With a regular maintenance plan in place, your extensions can look even more sleek and beautiful when you choose to wear them.
How to Cover Pocket Holes
Pocket holes are a nice way to join pieces of wood with hidden screws that are sunken into the wood, rather than exposed on the surface. After you drill your pocket holes and insert your screws, you’ll probably want to fill in the pocket holes to hide them. This will give your woodworking project a finished, professional look. Covering up your pocket holes is fairly straightforward—you can actually buy special plugs made just for the job! You can also try using different fillers as an alternative. Either way, you’ll be able to hide those pocket holes in no time.
How to Protect Yourself from Air Pollution
The World Health Organization has named air pollution as the world’s largest environmental health risk. The first step in reducing its effects on your body is to educate yourself about the risks of air pollution in your area. Then, you can change your activities to reduce the effect of pollution on your body. Once you have made these adjustments, you can start changing your diet to ensure your body repairs itself and prevents free-radical damage from air pollution.