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August 12, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Finding Happiness with Robert Pawlicki, Ph.D. Most of us think of pleasure as delight or joy that is biological or sensory related. Another kind of pleasure – or happiness – is what psychologists call “flow.” The word “active” is critical to its attainment. Students “Hook Up” with CCA by Pat Brooks Throughout the summer… Read more »

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August 5, 2018

Issue Highlights Check out the Youth Club Championship results in this week’s issue. Let’s Get Growing by Jayne M. Rogers The summer heat can make gardening sometimes difficult, especially if you are looking to plant roses. Our humidity causes fungal disease and our sandy soil requires a lot of enrichment.  The Landings does have one other… Read more »

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July 29, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights The Sky Over Skidaway by Donna Mullenax The August sky will start with the Perseid Meteor Shower and will average about 60 meteors per hour. Donna gives us details on the meteor shower as well as which planets to look for.    Community News Happy Anniversaries Evening @ Skidaway Program Rhythm and Style… Read more »

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July 22, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Know Your Neighbor by Annie Hilliard Parker As an eight year old in WWII ravaged Frankfurt, malnourished Karla Speerschneider was taken away from her school on a children’s train transport to Switzerland for 3 months to be fattened up. It was over the Christmas holidays.  This little heartbreaking part of her life is but… Read more »

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July 15, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Finding Happiness by  Robert Pawlicki, Ph.D. Good relationships are nurtured by compliments, compassion and caring words. By placing these in what psychologists call an “emotional bank account” we protect relationships from the inevitable “withdrawals” that naturally occur. Dr. Pawlicki advises us on how to get up our own “bank accounts.”   Community News Lynne Boortz:… Read more »

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July 8, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Pictured in this issue is the LWGA Interclub winners.    Tabbouleh by Martha Giddens Nesbit Martha shares a recipe for Tabbouleh which was given to her by her childhood neighbors. Tabbouleh is a great light and refreshing summer salad which can be paired with many options.   Community News Letter to the Editor Bocce… Read more »

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July 1, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights  Avoiding Probate by Jamie Clark Elder care attorney Jamie Clark addresses the issue of how to avoid probate in an easy to read question and answer format. Is your last will and testament valid?   The Sky Over Skidaway by Donna Mullenax July will start with fireworks lighting up our sky as we all will… Read more »

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Issue Highlights   Let’s Get Growing by Jayne M. Rogers Summer is here and the gardeners at the Skidaway Farm have been very busy. If you have not visited the garden, now is the time…with the wild flowers in full bloom. Jayne warns us about the importance of picking your plants and gives us great tips… Read more »

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June 17, 2018 Issue

Issue Hightlights   Men’s Senior Club Championship winners are in this issue!   Kid’s Fishing Derby by Doug Painter & Pat Brooks Thank you CCA for sponsoring the Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby again for the 23rd year.  A great time was had by all and congratulations to all the winners.   Community News New Selections at… Read more »

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June 3, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Spring Invitational golf winners are in this issue. Snakes on Skidaway Island by Eda S. Kenney In 2000 we published an information article about the snakes which live on Skidaway. With the warmer weather arriving we thought it may be good to reprint this for our readers. The Sky Over Skidaway By Donna Mullenax… Read more »

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