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Spring has sprung at Oaks of Weymouth! The warmer weather makes this the perfect time to get started on spring yard cleanup and taking care of needed repairs. Keep reading for more info on all of the exciting activities and updates coming soon.
The community office will be closed on April 19 in observance of Good Friday and May 27 for Memorial Day. However, the sales office may be open, call (609) 460-8348 for more information.
Everyone loves the taste of home, whether it’s your mother’s famous dish or a cultural favorite. In the U.S., every state has its own signature meal. Can you guess the most famous dish from yours? Check your answer and see the rest of the most iconic foods from each state so you can try them all.
We have plenty of exciting activities coming down the line in April and May here at Oaks of Weymouth. Join us at the Spring Health Expo and make a splash when the pool reopens. Keep reading for a full list of upcoming events.
Our new homes feature a variety of beautiful floor plans that include farmer sinks, soft close drawers, and more. Plus, we still have lots available so you can custom build your home or you can purchase one of our brand-new model homes, which are turn-key ready. Read on to learn more.
Click your heels, break a sweat, or challenge your intellect. There’s something for every resident at Oaks of Weymouth! Read on to see a full list of our clubs and recurring classes.
If you’re looking for an easy way to lower your blood pressure, this may be it. Research has shown that a simple way to fight hypertension is by regularly monitoring your blood pressure at home. Without the stress of the doctor’s office and with consistent knowledge, people often report lower rates.
Connect with your neighbors and friends at coffee, bingo, game night, or movie night in the Clubhouse! Click below for the inside scoop on the April/May schedule.
Want some extra cash? Earn it by recommending your friends to become your neighbors and registering them with our Sales Center! We offer a referral reward of up to $500 for the sale of a new Hometown America home. Contact Sheneva by phone at 609-837-2406 or email her for more information and terms.
Each spring and summer, from May through September, we award one home the coveted Yard of the Month award. Winners receive a $25 gift card in recognition of the dedication to excellent yard maintenance. Keep reading to see how to nominate your neighbors!
As the weather warms up, it’s time to transition your garden into spring. Whether it’s soil prep work, pruning, or planting, these tips will help you find the best practices for taking your plants and herbs to the next season. What will you grow this spring?
We would like to say a huge thank you to the Feed Your Brain Group for hosting a phenomenal event! Residents danced the night away at the Sweetheart Doo Wop Dance on Saturday, February 9. Read more to see photos from the night.
Residents had a hula good time at our Luau-themed Potluck Luncheon on Tuesday, March 12 from noon to 2 p.m. in the clubhouse. Residents ate and mingled to their heart's content. If you missed out, don’t worry! Click to see photos from all the fun.
Oaks of Weymouth residents had a fantastic and educational time at the Osteoarthritis Seminar on Tuesday, March 5. Stay tuned for when we'll be hosting other helpful seminars like this one in the future!
Alaska is one of the nation’s most scenic states with plenty to do and see. Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to see the area while still having time to relax. Check out these tips on how to get the most out of your getaway in this travel hotspot.
We appreciate all residents adhering to the waste collection schedule and procedures. Keep reading to view the April/May trash pick-up calendar, along with other details.
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.
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.
Motown has turned out hit-makers time after time but it’s important to look back on the history of the music giant. Motown Records was the first black-owned record company but eventually turned into much more. Motown became a movement synonymous with the soul and R&B music that’s still topping the charts today.
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.
As the weather warms up and flowers start to bloom, everyone is ready to explore the outdoors with their favorite pup by their side. However, spring brings a few hidden dangers for your pet. Keep your four-legged family members safe with these helpful tips!
If your new tech gadget confuses you, you’re not alone. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to learn how to operate your device. Asking a friend or family member is an option, but there are other ways to learn even when they’re not available. Keep reading for more!
Netflix’s new breakout show, “Tidying up With Marie Kondo,” is inspiring people everywhere to organize their items and lives. From new folding styles to donating items that don’t spark joy, Marie Kondo has tidying down to a science. Read on for some of her best tips.
Hometown America is proud to promote SafeHaven National Insurance Agency, specializing in coverage for manufactured homeowners and renters. Many companies are difficult to work with or do not write policies that provide adequate protection for prefabricated homes. Make sure you are dealing with an insurance company that offers competitively priced policies and the protections important to you. Visit SafeHaven online or call 1-800-536-8999 for a quote.
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.