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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

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Dairy-Free Recipes: Fried Zucchini

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

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Mediterranean Diet: Easy Hummus

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"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
Napoleon Bonaparte
"If you want a thing done well, do it yourself."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"A man is what he thinks about all day long."
George Halas
"Nothing is work unless you'd rather be doing something else."
James M. Barrie
"Life is a long lesson in humility."

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How to Avoid Sore Muscles
Performing any type of physical activity, including working out, can cause delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS). Most bouts of soreness should only last for 24-72 hours, but there are ways to almost entirely avoid DOMS. Boost your muscle health in advance by eating a healthy diet full of antioxidant-rich foods. When you are performing a physical task, take your time and keep an eye on your posture. After the task is done, take a soothing shower and loosen any sore muscles with a foam roller.
How to Recycle Rubber
Recycling rubber is great for the environment and helps produce useful products, such as rubber mulch for playgrounds or the infill for turf fields. To recycle your rubber, you can choose to donate it to places such as your local recycling facility or a tire retailer. Repurposing your rubber is often an even better option, and it can leave you with new useful items such as a tire swing, jar openers, or planters.
How to Invest
If you have even a little money saved up, investing it can help it grow. In fact, if you invest effectively enough, you could eventually live off the earnings and interest from your investments. Start with safer investments, such as bonds, mutual funds, and retirement accounts, while you're still learning the market. When you've built up enough money, you can move on to riskier investments, such as real estate or commodities, that have higher potential returns.