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   CLASSIFIED ADS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL RESIDENTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

As we deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, we must not forget that the start of the 2020 Hurricane Season starts June 1st and is predicted to be an active season.  (We've already had 2 named storms)  Hurricane tips will be provided to you every Monday during the month of June under the Current News section of this web site.

 

Lloyd and Carolyn Kelsey wish to announce that the funeral mass of their son, Kevin, will be held June 9th at St. Therese Church at 11:00 A.M.  Your presence will be gratefully received by Lloyd and Carolyn.  No other memorial service is planned.

If you have deliveries coming to you, please call the gate (731-1582) with their identity and your name/lot number.

Please check the "Current News " page of the website for general community updates and information.

When out walking or riding your bike, consider carrying your cell phone in the event you need unexpected help.



May 12 - Hometown announces pools re-opening (with restrictions) see Current News article  

May 1 -
Hometown America emails residents with amenities update (see Current News article)

April 1
- The out back trash area will be closing at noon  Sunday thru Friday due to a staffing hour change.
 
 Hometown's office will be closed but will be taking phone calls at 731-1011 from 8 AM -12 noon Monday -Friday.  After 12:00 noon,  Emergency Only calls can be made to (239) 336-9297.  Please, do not call about people not following the "6-foot apart" guideline.
 
Thank you for your cooperation and concern as we work our way through this uncharted territory together.
 
If  you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lou Dunning at 239-240-5847 or any Board Member.

March 23
- This is an update as we all continue to work our way through an unprecedented time in our history.

This is what we know “now” and tips.

  1. Guards will remain on the gate, but no paper contact. ie. Guests will not receive a paper pass.
  2. There will be a secured locked box out front of the Hometown America Office for deposit of rent checks.
  3. The back trash area will remain open for now but it is not an area for people to gather and socialize.
  4. The laundry room is open.
  5. Be sure to secure all items outside of your home. In particular golf carts and sheds.
  6. Use good common sense and be responsible when inviting guests into our community.

Our goal is to keep all residents current as we move through this uncertain time.

What can you do now?

  1. Share this information now with any neighbor who does not have computer access.
  2. Encourage your neighbors with computers to go on twhoa.net and register.
  3. Check our website frequently.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Your TWHOA Board of Directors

March 21 -Winn-Dixie stores and pharmacies have reserved 8:00 am to 9:00 am on weekdays only for seniors.
Publix designates senior shopping hour on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 7:00 am to 8:00 am beginning March 24th.
Walmart offering special hours for seniors 60 and older every Tuesday for 1 hour before the store opens to the public.  This includes pharmacy and vision centers.  Check with your local store for their store hours.
Dollar General stores have reserved the 8:00 am to 9:00 am time for seniors daily.

Hometown America is closing all common area facilities effective Tuesday, March 17th. 

  • Both Hometown and resident sponsored events are suspended until further notice (regardless of size).

  • Community and sales offices will be staffed, but they will not be “open door.”  All in-person or face-to-face meetings will be by appointment only.  Please call the office.  We apologize but walk-ins will not be allowed in the office. 

 

In cooperation with Hometown America’s desire to limit resident-sponsored events and the well-being of our residents, your Homeowners Association has asked all resident groups and clubs to postpone or cancel large events in the Clubhouse until further notice. Events canceled include Morning coffee, bingo, St. Patricks’ Day Party, Amy McGarry, elder law attorney, Golf Outing, Evening with Cathy, Chorus program and Ice Cream Social.

As additional information becomes available, we will provide updates on this home page of the website.  Please check back regularly for current information.

We also ask that you share this information with your neighbors and friends who may not have access to this website so they too may be kept informed.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.



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Go the the "CONTACT US" page and tell us what you think.

 

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To help support this website please join the HOA be contacting Bill Loveday at 313-220-0622
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Please observe the 20 mile per hour speed limit throughout the community