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Come out of the cold and into our inviting Clubhouse, full of ways to fill your season with all things merry and bright. If you’re looking for ways to spread joy and touch lives this holiday season, look no further than the contents of this newsletter.
The Management Office will be closed on Tuesday, December 25 for Christmas and Tuesday, January 1 for New Year’s Day. Happy holidays!
Being able to cook with one pan, skillet, slow cooker, or pot is an easy way to make dinner shine. These one-pot recipes are convenient for making delicious meals. From Italian to Asian flavors, chicken to salmon, these recipes won’t disappoint. Did we mention they leave you with little clean-up?
The holidays are here and chock-full of singing, dancing, and plenty of ways to give back to the community. From the Acorn Dinner Dance to Toys for Tots, we have several ways to engage. Read on for more for details.
Don’t miss out on a chance for you and your friends to view our newest home features or tour the lots where you’re able to custom build your home! Please keep in mind that we still have available lots to custom build your home. Read on for more details.
Stretch your muscles, feed your brain, or tap into your creative side at Oaks of Weymouth. No matter what you’re looking for, there’s something for everyone in our community! Read on to see a full list of our clubs and recurring classes.
Studies show the positive characteristics of mental and emotional health allow you to live life to the fullest extent through productive, meaningful activities and strong relationships. You have the power to elevate your mood, become more resilient, and enjoy life more. Read over these strategies to see how.
Join us for some neighborly fellowship and fun at coffee, bingo, game night, or movie night in the Clubhouse! Read more for the December/January schedule.
We had a great time on Saturday, October 27 getting to see our residents and their furry friends all dressed up in the Halloween spirit as we paraded through the community.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Acorn Association’s Halloween party on October 27. We had so much fun dancing the night away with our frighteningly fun residents. If you couldn’t make it out, read on to see some of what you missed!
If you are an innovator who likes to re-purpose things, then DIY projects are probably well within your wheelhouse. In need of a little bit of a creative inspiration? Take a look at this list of easy upgrades to make your house look and feel like a million bucks.
Congrats to our September 2018 Winner Jerry and Barbara Davis: 6 Redwood Lane. Make sure to congratulate them and say hi when you see them around the community.
The Pot Luck Lunch was a huge success. Congratulations to our first, second, and third place winners Florence Fagan, Liz Baird, and Eleanor Sapienza, respectfully. Our neighbors got together on November 16 to enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie that makes Oaks of Weymouth unique. Click to see pictures of our happy residents having a blast at the event.
As a friendly reminder, smoking is prohibited on Oaks of Weymouth property, including our buildings, facilities, porches, and walkways throughout the community. It applies to all employees, residents, customers, and vendors, at all times, including non-business hours.
One of the best parts about traveling is the opportunity to eat new, delicious foods. In these six cities, your restaurant options boast incredible dishes. Coast to coast, north to south, visit one of these ideal foodie getaways to satisfy your need for stellar cuisine.
Since our Clubhouse doors were replaced in 2017 and equipped with a secure door system, your old cut keys no longer work for Clubhouse entry. Read more for information on how to get a new key fob if you have not done so already.
We appreciate all residents adhering to the waste collection schedule and procedures. Keep reading to view the December/January trash pick-up calendar, along with other details.
Our troops need many everyday items, including toiletries, medical items, feminine products, snacks, and drinks. We’ve placed a donation box with the list of needed items inside the Clubhouse entrance. Thank you in advance for helping our service members.
Calling all knitters! Many residents, in conjunction with Bethlehem Lutheran Church, are knitting scarves for the homeless, throws for veterans, and baby blankets for underprivileged infants. Keep reading for more details on how to get involved!
Food banks are a valuable community asset. Not only do they provide food to those in need, they also assist in preventing food waste. Read on to learn about local food pantries and how you can contribute.
If you’ve changed your phone number or email address, please let us know. Give us a call or stop by the office with your new information so we can keep you in the loop for all things Oaks of Weymouth. Read more for our emergency information.
Remember when camping meant sleeping in a tent, getting covered in dirt, and struggling to start a fire? They made for wonderful memories, but now you can enjoy the great outdoors with much more ease. From luxury RVs to “glamping” (glamorous camping), the options are endless.
A lot can change in 50 years. As one of the most impactful years in American history, 1968 helped shape the country we know and love today. Let’s take a look back at some of the most notable moments from that year.
Life beyond ours might be a real, provable possibility now thanks to the Curiosity rover. We may finally determine whether or not there has ever been, or could ever be, life on Mars. Click below to read more.
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Take the hassle out of making rent payments with Hometown America’s E-Z Pay. With E-Z Pay, your lot rent will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the third of each month. New sign-ups earn a $10 credit.