As we have reported in several previous articles, scam artists are very, very crafty. The variety of deployment methods and scams they use to separate you from your money is staggering. One tactic that has become very common and is an issue of global proportion is that of “Spoofing”.
Golf carts are not just for golf anymore, particularly in the Landings community. In past articles, Kelly Gordon, President of the First Responders organization (and a Skidaway Volunteer Firefighter), has cautioned golf cart riders to be mindful of traffic rules and regulations, just as you would in a car. I concur with her concerns: Golf carts are a wonderful convenience for golfers, and non-golfers alike. But they are not toys. We all need to be more cautious and courteous when driving these vehicles.
Already, some of our early nesters such as Brown-headed Nuthatches are down to serious business. Chickadees, Bluebirds, and many others are “looking for love” and already have selected their homesites.
Be extra careful now if you’re cleaning up your property, since you may be disrupting nesting activity. Birds and other wildlife nest in about anything, including on the ground and inside garages.
Have some fun and support The St. James School Scholarship Fund by playing in our 3rd Annual Charger Classic Golf Outing on Friday, April 27, 2018! The outing is a 1 p.m. shotgun held at The Landings’ Plantation Club. The first 36 teams to sign up will be guaranteed a spot.