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April 1, 2018

Issue Highlights The Sky Over Skidaway by Donna Mullenax Easter is here and did you know the date of Easter is actually decided by the sky? Donna explains on page 8. She also lets us know what to be looking for in the sky for the month of April. The Armchair Traveler Goes to France by Carol… Read more »

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March 25, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Starting March 26 with the qualifying rounds the Savannah Golf Championship will take place on The Landings Club’s Deer Creek Course. More details can be found in this TWATL issue. LAA New Happenings…by Betsy Slocum The Landings Art Association has teamed with other organizations to help give back to the community. Find out… Read more »

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March 18, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights New Selections at The Village Library The Village Library has some great new arrivals and there is something for everyone. Page 10 gives just a few short descriptions of some of the new books. Islanders Cast Away Recently 30 residents participated in a two-day fly fishing seminar sponsored by CCA. As Dave Devore,… Read more »

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March 3, 2018

Issue Highlights Know Your Neighbor by Annie Hilliard Parker In this issue we are featuring a new addition to TWATL, writer Annie Hilliard Parker. She starts off featuring our neighbor Lois Lavrisa. What does Lois do…in her words, “I kill people.” Reuben Sandwich by Martha Giddens Nesbit Everyone enjoys a good sandwich now and then. What makes… Read more »

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March 4, 2018

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS   Our community received quite an honor being the first in Georgia designated a Certified Sustainable Community by Audubon International. Pick up this issue for more…   The Sky Over Skidaway by Donna Mullenax It is that time of year…Daylight Savings Time begins on March 11. This month may be one of the… Read more »

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February 25, 2018 Issue

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Let’s Get Growing by Jayne M. Rogers February and March are the months to start planning what you are going to start growing. Jayne gives some great advice to get us started. Bridge Puzzlers by Lee Weiner Lee changes things up a bit for this issue’s article. He is going to give us a pop… Read more »

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January 18, 2018 Issue

Issue Highlights Nicole’s Notes by Nicole Weller Last Fall we had two guests, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott, two of the best golf coaches in the world. Nicole shares some of the notes she took during their visit. COMMUNITY NEWS From the Publisher Get Ready for Bargains Galore CCA 19th Annual Banquet & Auction Jewish Women… Read more »

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February 11, 2018

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Finding Happiness by Robert Pawlicki, Ph.D. Dr. Pawlicki addresses a sad, but serious topic: the treatment of patients with chronic pain syndrome. Life involves pain, but what is the approach to working with individuals who suffer daily, if not omnipresent, pain. COMMUNITY NEWS Letters to the Editor Bocce News Nor’Easters’ Lobster Dinne Web.com Standard… Read more »

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February 4. 2018

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Sky Over Skidaway by Donna Mullenax Donna tells us February will be a great month of observing our sky as many recognizable constellations will be visible. Find out which constellations to look for on page 8.   Skidaway Stars by Pat Brooks Many residents while driving down Landings Way North may have noticed two individuals… Read more »

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January 28, 2018

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS FEATURES “Chicken Soup” by Martha Middens Nesbit With our recent cold weather it could not be a better time for a great tasting recipe for hot chicken soup. Martha recently participated in a “soup” class and has some facts about why her recipe is great for the cold and flu season. “Best Laid… Read more »

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