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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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How to Make Espresso Powder
Espresso powder is most often used by bakers to enhance the flavor of brownies, cookies, and chocolate cakes. You can buy it from specialty stores, but you can also make a batch of your own espresso powder at home. All you need is espresso beans, a baking sheet, and a coffee grinder. Use your espresso powder to amp up baked goods, make a delicious steak rub, and even whip together a delicious hot beverage.
How to Style Clothes You Already Have
Next time you're staring at your closet, thinking, “There's nothing to wear,” resist your urge to blow a bunch of money on a shopping spree. Instead, re-style the clothes you already own. Mix and match outfits by layering in new ways and switching your shoes. Freshen up your plain shirts and pants with some rolling, cuffing, and tying and playing with accessories. You can also modify the clothes you own by distressing, cutting, tailoring, or dying. Soon you'll feel like you have a whole new wardrobe!
How to Peel a Pumpkin
Pumpkins are famous for being turned into jack-o'-lanterns, but this type of squash plant can also be used for making many delicious dishes. In order to do so, however, the skin must be peeled off. Pumpkins used for cooking, unlike those used for carving, have thicker skins that cover the fleshy fruit. Peeling the skin off is not a hassle with a vegetable peeler or sharp knife and a little dedication.
How to Make Wine Bottle Wind Chime
Wind chimes are a pretty way to decorate your porch. When the wind blows, they will make a gentle tinkling noise. While you can always buy one from the store, making your own wind chime is easy. All you need is a glass bottle, some ornaments and key rings, and a bit of chain or cording.
How to Wear a Gray Suit
Gray suits are a great alternative to classic navy or black suits. Dark charcoal suits are common in formal occasions and office-settings, and lighter gray suits are great for spring and summer parties. You can pair a dark gray suit with a collared shirt and dress shoes, or match your light gray suit with a solid tee and sneakers. Whatever style you prefer, you’ll be rocking your gray suit in no time!

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