The holidays are right around the corner, and the anticipation of time with family and friends has many people in high spirits.

By Rory Jose -
Marinas Director

The New Year is starting strong at the Marinas! Plans for 2019 waterfront activities already are in motion. Our goal is to offer more Sunset Cruises that will depart from both Marinas with Captain Mike Neal at the helm, so make sure you are on The Landings Association’s email list and check the calendar on our website ( regularly to ensure you get the first crack at reservations before they sell out. Don’t forget that dredging is scheduled to begin in early March at Landings Harbor.

Today, December 21, is the Winter Solstice. This means that tomorrow (December 22) daylight hours will start increasing again.

By LeeAnn Williams
President, The Landings Association


Greetings, neighbors!

My name is LeeAnn Williams. I have been fortunate to call Skidaway Island my home for the past 22 years. I am honored and humbled to serve all of you as President of The Landings Association for 2019.

By Raoul Rushin -
President, TLCo

The Landings Company Continues to Keep its Edge

There were two significant developments that occurred at The Landings Company in 2018 that we felt were worthy of highlighting. Together, they will put us in a position to maximize our marketing of The Landings and how we respond to and keep in touch with those who have interest in our community.

Courtesy of Landings Landlovers

Since its inception, Landlovers has given away more than $1.3 million in the form of grants, scholarships, and community service awards.

A look back at the beginning

By Carol Otto Cole -
Courtesy of LAA

From childhood, Urban Jupena has had a keen appreciation for the dramatic relationships between colors, once watching as a campfire escalated and fellow campers hightailed it for safer ground.

The Agenda for the December 18 Landings Association monthly Board Meeting has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking Board Agenda.

By Tim Cook -
Security Director

Thanks to Landings Security, Chatham County Police Department (CCPD), and most importantly the residents who “hardened” their respective targets and took proactive measures to secure their valuables, my wish for fewer Part 1 crimes in 2018 has been granted. It truly is a partnership which brings success to our security and safety program.

By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

The New Year often is thought of as a fresh star, and after 2018 saw LandingsFest rained out twice, it’s safe to say that Community Programs wants a fresh start for 2019. In the new year, residents will see programs that focus on the environment and education, but there still will be some of the fun favorites too.