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Courtesy of The Landings Club

We are excited to welcome Korn Ferry Tour Final Stage Q-School to the Marshwood Campus in just a couple weeks, November 1-7. Final Stage Q-School is the competitive process players go through to obtain status on the Korn Ferry Tour the following season and is a two-course event with no cut. While the Korn Ferry Tour is on the property, during competition, there are no personal golf cars allowed on the course. This is especially important on the Marshwood Course between #11 and #13, so please plan accordingly.

By Allison Smith
Landings Garden Club

Did you know a simple red bow on a mailbox or tree has become a symbol of hope and unity during these difficult times? Our country stands divided over politics, policies, and more recently, vaccinations. How nice it would be to put our differences aside this holiday season and instead show our unity and respect for one another. Displaying a cheerful holiday bow is one way to do this.

You are invited to join the Skidaway Island Republican Club for a meeting on November 10 at 5 p.m. on the Palmetto Club's  Event Terrace.

Buddy Carter is the guest speaker. This event is free.

For more information, please visit www.skidawayislandrepublicanclub.wildapricot.org/.

By Karen Duncan

Join the fun at The Landings' Annual Holiday Golf Cart Parade on Saturday, December 4. The parade will depart from The Landings Association's Administration Building (600 Landings Way South), at 3 p.m. Please arrive at 2:30 p.m. to line up.

Courtesy of Kiwanis Club of Skidaway

Make plans to give the gift of life this holiday season by donating blood on December 13 from 2 to 6 p.m. during the Kiwanis of Skidaway Red Cross Blood Drive.

By Shari Haldeman - sharih@landings.org
General Manager/COO

Dear Landings Association Members,

My congratulations go to the recently elected Landings Association Board Directors Bill Bina, Cary Shapoff, and Herman Stone, as well as to the three other candidates willing to stand for election – Mary Lee Beach, Carol McCarthy, and Victor Shernoff. Everyone who gives of their time to help our community should be applauded for their service.

The Association has dozens of such volunteers on our various committees. We rely on your expertise and input to help drive continuous improvement in our organization. There are many opportunities to get involved. Click here to learn how you can help.

By Shari Haldeman - sharih@landings.org
General Manager/COO

Last year, the community voted in favor of the 2021-2023 Annual Dues Proposal that included support for restoring and improving our community infrastructure, amenities, aesthetics, and services. We currently are finalizing the proposed 2022 Budget for final Board review and approval in December, so I wanted to provide an update on the 2021 Budget - the projects completed and services restored this year - as well as a preview of projects for 2022 that your Annual Dues help support.

Courtesy of Chatham County Public Works

The following message is courtesy of Chatham County Public Works. For more information, please call 912-652-6840.

Chatham County Public Works Department reminds members of The Landings to please follow the rules and regulations for weekly Yard Debris collection. Many residents are not adhering to the rules, which has resulted in delayed collection in some areas of the community. 

October 31, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Halloween is just around the corner, and again this year, thanks to COVID-19 and flu season, trick-or-treating will take a lot more preplanning so that everyone can stay safe.

Courtesy of Landings Security

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently.