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Did you know you can recycle your old Landings Residential Directory at Chatham County’s Resource Conservation & Recycling Center (1321 Eisenhower Drive)? Please remember to pre-sort your recyclables.

Courtesy of Special Pops Tennis

More than 30 Landings volunteers turned out for the 2019 edition of Special Pops Tennis-Savannah, which began on February 16 at the Franklin Creek tennis courts.

By Carol Otto Cole

If you are a painter, you’re likely to fall in the 90% category of those who consider themselves “recovering” from a too-literal brushwork style, resulting in overworked paintings that leave your viewing audience underwhelmed.

By Brody Fletcher
TLA’s Canine Correspondent

A very wise person once observed that we learn from the application of the three Es. The three Es Experience, Education, and well, admittedly I can’t remember the other one.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The 2019 Landings Residential Directory has begun hitting mailboxes. Due to the bulk mail status of the publication, the United States Postal Service will deliver through February until all households receive their initial copy.

By Rory Jose - roryj@landings.org
Marinas Director

The past year was an exciting and positive one for the Marinas, and we look forward to more of the same in 2019. As we move ahead, our Marinas staff will continue to complete many smaller projects and address several larger maintenance projects at our waterfronts. Our focus is to ensure our facilities remain the premier location our boaters and residents expect and deserve.

By Kristin Peney - kristinp@landings.org

A mere 20 minutes outside has been shown to increase the ability to concentrate and improve other cognitive functions, but how often do we get 20 minutes outside…especially students? This workshop is designed to help teachers utilize the outdoor spaces available on their campuses. Participants will experience outdoor learning activities from the perspective of the student and then practice flipping an existing lesson for use outdoors.

By Raoul Rushin - Raoul@thelandings.com
President, TLCo

The Landings Company and Our Community’s Sales Finish Strong!

Did you ever wonder why duck decoys are in some Landings Lagoons? Duck decoys are used to mark the location of underwater structures (reefs). These reefs provide cover for small fish and are made from environmentally-friendly materials.

By Shari Haldeman - sharih@landings.org
General Manager/COO, The Landings Association

Dear Residents,