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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The best gift of all is to have you as our residents. We hope that you are able to enjoy this holiday season with friends, family, and those you love the most. Thank you for being valued neighbors in our community.
Review our list of upcoming events at Oaks of Weymouth. There is something for everyone to enjoy!
The holidays mean good food and even better company. Check out these savory meals that are fun to cook and even better to enjoy. Whip up something tasty in the kitchen and spend holiday time with loved ones.
The management office will be closed December 25, in observance of Christmas and January 1, in observance of the New Year.
If you’re ready to play an assortment of card and board games, then join us every second Wednesday of the month for Game Night. Don’t know how to play? We’ll teach you! If you know a fun game and want to teach us how to play, we’re also happy to learn. The next two game nights will be on December 13 and January 10 at 7 p.m. in the Clubhouse.
We have four Movie Matinee Mondays coming up over the next couple months. Mark your calendars now so you can join us December 18 and January 8 and 22 in the Clubhouse at 1 p.m. Remember, snacks will be served. If you have a movie suggestion, submit ideas to the office.
Back pain is the second most common reason for doctor office visits. If you suffer from this, you know it can be difficult to enjoy everyday activities. Check out these gentle stretches to ease the discomfort so you can continue living pain free
Thanks to everyone who participated in our November Potluck. We had a wonderful time, which you can see for yourself in the photo slideshow below. Congratulations to our winners: Marie Russo, Florence Fagan, and Peggy Milano!
Our Third Annual Halloween Pet Parade was a howling success. We have the winners for all five categories. Thanks to all who participated! Warning: clicking below leads to adorable pet pictures. Prepare for cuteness overload.
Stay current with the latest trash schedule to help keep Oaks of Weymouth in pristine condition.
Make your front porch pop with fall containers filled with beautiful blooms and foliage. Southern Living provides the best ideas and tips for how to bring a beautiful fall planter to life. Whichever you choose, your home will be decorated perfectly for the season.
The Oaks of Weymouth will be participating with Toys for Tots this holiday season. You can drop off new, unwrapped toys now through December 10 at the Clubhouse. The box is located in the lobby area outside the Management Office.
If you have the means to donate to others this holiday season, we ask you to help with the Atlantic County Utilities Authority annual food drive, supporting the Southern Branch Community Food Bank of New Jersey. Donations will be accepted from December 4-15. Click to learn more.
It is important for resident safety that your front lamppost is in working order! If your light does not work, please replace the light bulb and check the circuit breaker. If that doesn’t work, the problem is most likely the sensor. Contact the Office at (609) 625-6257 if this is the case and we will replace the sensor for you.
Don’t let the hustle and bustle of the season stress you out. Make your travel plans effortless using these holiday travel tips. Being mindful and strategic while you travel will ease the stress and make the season more fun!
Residents can take advantage of our complimentary holiday recycling services after taking their tree down. Holiday trees will be picked up curbside on Thursday, January 11 only. Trees may not be left out at the curb until the day before pick-up.
Calling all knitters! Join our efforts to provide scarves and other goods for the homeless, veterans, and underprivileged infants. Click to learn more.
There are several local food pantries open to the Oaks of Weymouth community. You can use these pantries or make donations to help keep them running.
There’s no greater pleasure than delving into a good book and not putting it down until you’ve read every page. The adventure you take while reading can truly make the world fade away. Click here to see the most popular books of 2017 so far, and add some to your reading list.
Take advantage of one of our many class offerings here at Oaks of Weymouth. Click below to view the upcoming schedule.
Help support our troops by donating goods and other items in the spirit of American patriotism. We have placed a donation box for our troops inside the Clubhouse entrance. Click to learn more.
Ready for some mental stimulation? Join us for “Feed Your Brain,” featuring exciting crafts and hobbies instructed by community residents. The group will meet every other Thursday from 2 – 4 p.m. in the Community Center.
It goes without saying that a good night’s sleep is a valued part of life. With every day hustle and bustle, many factors often interfere with getting enough rest. Read more for tips on the lifestyle choices you can make to get better sleep.
If you’ve had a recent change in phone numbers or e-mail addresses, please take a moment and let us know. Stop by the office with the new information or call us at (609) 625-6257.
Need some extra cash? Refer your friends to Oaks of Weymouth and get a reward of up to $1,000 when they buy a new home!
In case of emergency, be sure to keep these numbers handy!
New Jersey State Police – Buena Barracks
Dispatch (609) 625-1104
Station (609) 561-7267
The holidays are a great time to spend with friends and family. Don’t let the potential stress of the season get in the way of everything you should enjoy. If you’re looking to do less instead of more this Christmas, read more for some tips.
As technology changes and improves, so do the tactics and strategies of scammers and thieves. While this can be frightening, there are ways to prevent and stop it. Here are a few tips from retired police officer, Donna Brown, on how to keep yourself safe online.
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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.