By Hunter Marr -
Chief, Skidaway Division
  • I am happy to announce that Santa Claus and his Elves have agreed to return to Skidaway Island on Saturday, December 17 and Sunday, December 18.
  • Santa will be escorted by his friends, the Firefighters of Skidaway Island, throughout the island in a festive parade. He also will be making scheduled stops along the route to better distribute his holiday treats.
  • Congratulations to the New Landings Association Board Officers for 2023, as voted on by The Landings Association's Board of Directors.

  • Herman Stone - President
  • Bill Bina - Vice President
  • Carol McCarthy - Secretary
  • Rosemary Mackey - Treasurer
Courtesy of Skidaway Community Church
  • Skidaway Community Church will host The Cattle Car Experience on January 6-8.
  • For more questions, please call the church office (912-598-0151). 
  • Click here to view a monthly snapshot of what some of your Landings Association departments have been working on recently. 
By Kelly Gordon -
President, First Responders
  • Congratulations to Anne Lyon for receiving the Skidaway Island First Responder of the Year Award for 2022.
  • Anne has been a Skidaway Island First Responder for 20 years. A short article can’t adequately express her contribution to our group and this island. Suffice it to say, she has volunteered more hours of her time looking out for all of us than I can calculate. Thank you, Anne, for your years of service and setting the bar so high for the rest of us.
  • I also thank Robin Rackoff for her dedication and commitment to the Skidaway Island First Responders. Robin made it her mission years ago to raise money within the Mah Jongg community for our organization. Even in 2020, in the middle of the pandemic when the tournament wasn’t held, she continued to raise money on our behalf.
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On November 1, a Patrol Officer responded to a residence on Palm Glade Court regarding a suspicious incident.
  • On October 31, a Patrol Officer responded to Hobcaw Lane regarding property damage.
  • On October 26, a Patrol Officer responded to lagoon #148 in Moon River regarding a safety concern expressed by a resident of children fishing in a lagoon with an alligator in the vicinity.
By Karen Szychowski - karens@landings.og
Property and Housing Inspector
  • With the holiday season upon us, many parents are planning to give fun, playful gifts like trampolines, playhouses, climbing gyms, basketball hoops, and tree swings.
  • Recreational play structures are a great way to let kids be kids and burn off excess energy!
Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon 
  • Some slither, some shriek, but all are awesome and coming to Skidaway Island as Georgia Southern’s Wildlife Education Center brings both its raptors and its reptiles show to The Landings on Saturday, October 29.
  • All are welcomed to come get up-close looks at majestic hawks, tiny owls, and the Georgia Southern mascot, Freedom (a bald eagle) , as well as a variety of fascinating reptiles. This very special event gets underway at 1 p.m. at The Landings' Community Park (600 Landings Way South).
  • This unique opportunity to view and learn about local birds of prey and other wildlife is presented by Skidaway Audubon.
By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager
  • If you are looking for a way to contribute to the community and make a positive impact at the same time, consider volunteering to serve on one of The Landings Association’s Committees.
  • Applications will be accepted through November 11, 2022.
  • TLA committee terms are for one year. If you are an existing committee member and want to be considered for continued membership, you must reapply by the deadline.
  • Association committees include Appeals, Architectural Review, Communications, Finance, Insurance and Risk Management, Marinas, Public Works, Security, and Strategic Water.