From January 2019 through June 2019, the Landings Military Family Relief Fund’s (LMFRF) Emergency Grant Program dispensed $32,803. These funds supported 73 separate cases serving a total of 297 soldiers and their dependents.
Additionally, the Soldier Food Voucher Program dispensed $24,250, serving a total of 302 soldiers and their dependents. A recently added service, LMFRF Backpack Buddy Program, dispensed $11,000, providing support to a total of 157 students at Ft. Stewart.
Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Skidaway’s new monthly education program for kids is going a little batty on July 20 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Kids' Fishing Lagoon located at the intersection of Westcross and Log Landing roads. Local bat experts Jean Deitch and Scott Helmreich will share with the kids (and their parents!) what makes these flying mammals such a welcome part of our community. Following the presentation there will be time (and supplies provided) for some family fishing in the lagoon.
Have you recently moved to The Landings? Are you a new neighbor looking to meet new friends? New Neighbors is an active club open to anyone who lives in The Landings on a full-or part-time basis that never has been a member before.
What's in your bag? Whether you're going to the beach or the mountains this summer, don't forget your bag of books!
On the last Friday of every month, the Village Library sells a bag for $10, and YOU fill it with books from the entire wall of Sale Books. The sale books are located in the Ann Litten Wing of the Library and include fiction, non-fiction, hardcover, paperbacks, children’s books, and even some audiobooks.
Stop at the front desk to purchase your bag and have fun filling it!
According to the preliminary agenda for the Metropolitan Planning Commission, the Green Island Road proposed development will be discussed during next Tuesday’s meeting (July 16). You can learn about other items scheduled for discussion at the meeting in the agenda.