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

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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

4.3 / 5 Stars | 243 Reviews

by ELOVINGS

"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
Henry Miller
"Every man has his own destiny: the only imperative is to follow it, to accept it, no matter where it leads him."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"A man is what he thinks about all day long."
William Shakespeare
"It is a wise father that knows his own child."
Robert Frost
"A person will sometimes devote all his life to the development of one part of his body - the wishbone."

How to of the Day
How to Descale a Kettle
Kettles tend to build up a terrible-looking limescale over time. This build-up causes water to take longer to boil and can even lead your kettle to burn out in the long run. Fortunately, if you begin to notice limescale build-up in your kettle, you can easily use vinegar or lemon juice to get rid of it.
How to Grow Cardamom
Cardamom is one of the most expensive and unique spices in the world. If you live in a very warm, humid climate (or in US Department of Agriculture zones 10 to 12), you can grow your own cardamom plant. Plant a few cardamom seeds indoors and let them grow for a few months so they sprout above the soil. Transplant the seedlings to a shady place in your yard. It will take several years of watering and nurturing, but your plants will produce cardamom that you can harvest and use in baking or cooking.
How to Propagate Elephant Ear Plants
Elephant ears are lush jungle plants with large green leaves shaped like hearts. While elephant ears canít be propagated from cuttings like many plants, you can divide the tubers of a healthy parent plant. Do this in the fall, then plant the tubers in containers or store them for the winter and plant them outdoors in the spring. Either way, these hardy elephant ears will make a lovely addition to your home.