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Fall is upon us, and Community Manager, Angi, is excited to welcome back residents from their summer vacations. Read on for more from Angi, along with ways to stay in touch with what’s happening in the community.
Our office will be closed on Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day. However, the Sales Office may still be open. Be sure to contact them about appointments and tours.
Halloween may be just around the corner, but this season’s spookiest ghoul is in your salad bowl. Ghost peppers are one of the hottest peppers in the world. They are said to be 416 times hotter than a mild jalapeno— yikes! Could you handle the heat?
Food trucks, pool parties, and more made summer at Tara Woods a great time for all. Keep reading for a quick recap on the events and happenings around the community that will make the summer a memorable one.
In this issue, the Sales Team wants to share their favorite summer salad recipe, as well as what you can get by listing your home with us! Keep reading for more.
Congratulations to Beverly Swanson and Barbara Cerni on being this issue’s Yard of the Quarter winners! These ladies were able to completely revamp the yard of their newly purchased home in a very short time. Keep reading for more on why we chose Beverly and Barbara as the winners.
Fuel your busy calendar with a healthy, delicious snack. This delicious mango smoothie made with mangoes, bananas, yogurt, and milk is refreshing and easily transportable. You can also chop up some frozen mango and take it with you on the go.
We are beginning to work on our 2023 project list, and we wanted to give a quick recap on all we have accomplished so far this year! Keep reading for all the 2022 projects and how you can request projects for 2023.
Looking for a great casual dining experience near home? This issue’s restaurant review is just that. Hogbody’s Bar & Grill is a locally owned restaurant with a huge variety of meals, sure to please even the pickiest eater. Keep reading for more information on Hogbody’s.
There is always so much happening in Tara Woods. Be sure to check the calendar each month for any updates to events and shows and keep reading for information on the September/October events. You’ll want to mark your calendar for these!
Take pride in your book collection by creating a beautiful display. Place your largest books in the center of your coffee table and file the rest on a bookshelf or bookcase. Unleash your inner librarian and organize them. You might even discover a book you didn’t know you had!
This issue’s Resident Spotlight is Chuck Poveromo. Chuck is very involved in community events, and we are happy to have him and his wife, Marcia, as our neighbors. Keep reading for more on your neighbor.
Hurricane season started on June 1, and your Hometown America team wants to make sure you’re ready no matter what Mother Nature has in mind. Keep reading for information on what to expect should disaster strike, as well as some resources on what you should do to be prepared.
With fall upon us and our winter friends returning, nobody wants to spend a bunch of time in the kitchen preparing food instead of enjoying the great Tara Woods community! Keep reading and try out this easy Chicken Marsala recipe.
Move over, meditation: axe throwing is the newest stress relief trend. At an axe-throwing venue, customers are able to test their aim by attempting to hit a bullseye while simultaneously releasing pent-up anger. Don’t worry, it’s a lot safer than it looks!
Need gift ideas for the person who has everything? What would you bring to your coworker’s housewarming party? Have you been stumped on a gift idea for someone you just met? Having a list of fail-safe gifts puts the fun back into giving. Check out these ideas to be the best gift-giver in town.
You can tell a lot about a person based on the way they handle themselves at restaurants. Brush up on your restaurant etiquette to avoid a foodie faux pas. If all else fails, remember: your drinking glass goes on the right side of your plate.
Join us on social media through Facebook to stay updated, see pictures from the latest community event, and connect with neighbors. Our community page is also a great place to learn about sales specials and enter fun contests. Follow us today!
When the weather outside is frightful, streaming services are always delightful. Platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max are constantly adding new movies to their selection. So, what are you waiting for? Start streaming!
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.
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