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BEACON VOLUME 8 | ISSUE 5 | SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

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D E PA R T M E N T : CO M M U N I T Y M A N AG E R

Street Parking & Towing Enforcement BY YESENIA VÉLEZ, LCAM COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER

HEADS UP: Towing Enforcement on street parking to begin October 1st. Bellalago and Isles of Bellalago Community Association has legal authority under Florida law to tow vehicles from its common areas that are parked in violation of a valid parking restriction. In section 13.5.1 of the Declaration, it states that STREET PARKING IS NOT PERMITTED. The association has the authority to regulate private streets within the development. We have been sending weekly email campaigns for all residents to be informed/ reminded of our community policy concerning street parking. Towing will be implemented effective October 1st. The association has entered into a towing agreement with Scott’s Towing and required statutory signage will be installed in all egress and ingress to the community. There will be an initial warning issued to the home for vehicle(s) parked on the street between 12am-5am that will initiate the towing process. We would like to clarify that whether it is the same vehicle or another vehicle that was improperly parked on the road, that is found on the second inspection, it will be towed. We ask that you make the proper measures and communicate with 2

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your guests, tenants and vendors that they must avoid parking on the street during the hours of 12am-5am, as this is an infraction to our current governing documents. Furthermore, if you have an event or have guests staying overnight, we ask that you enter your guest in DwellingLive and please contact management to make special arrangements for your visitors. Lastly, all vehicles that do not have a Bellalago barcode or are not registered in the system that are parked on the road between 12am-5am will be towed without notice along with any disabled vehicles. Do you know that Bellalago and Isles of Bellalago has a community website? To receive weekly updates on events, activities or check your community documents, visit BellalagoHOA.com and register.

YESENIA VÉLEZ 877-221-6919 YVelez@Evergreen-LM.com


D E PA R T M E N T : S A F E T Y & S E C U R I T Y

School Drop Off & Pick Up BY MADALYN COLON, DIRECTOR OF SAFETY & SECURITY

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hat can be done for the school drop off and pick up? Currently, the traffic at the light intersection of Pleasant Hill and Bellalago Drive (where the Publix entrance is) can be a dangerous option for anyone. If you happen to be one of the residents that has to drive through this area, take caution. If you feel unsafe or you see that there is an issue or hazardous situation with the cars turning onto Bellalago Drive, please call the non-emergency number at 407-836-4357. The County Sheriff’s Office, if given an excessive amount of calls about that area, will try to make more rounds to “check on traffic” during these specific times. The other option is to call the School Board and see if there is something set up in the rules about the way the parents should line up for the drop-off and pick-up times.

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PHONE NUMBERS Evergreen Customer Service

877-221-6919

BEL L A L AG O Amenity Center

407-933-3010

Security Main Gate

407-846-3014

IS L ES OF BEL L A LAG O Amenity Center

407-343-9175

Security Main Gate

407-846-1873

HOA ADM I N N U M B E R S

Community Association Manager Yesenia VĂŠlez

877-221-6919 YVelez@ Evergreen-LM.com

Lifestyles Director Amy Mallinder

877-221-6919 AMallinder@ Evergreen-LM.com

Fitness Director Giselle Rodriguez

407-846-4358 GRodriguez@ Evergreen-LM.com

Facilities Director Jose Chaparro

877-221-6919 JChaparro@ Evergreen-LM.com

Membership Coordinator Jalissa Torres

407-343-9175 JTorres@ Evergreen-LM.com

HOA Account Issues & Irrigation Work Orders Customer Care

877-221-6919 CustomerService@ Evergreen-LM.com

H O U R S O F O P E R AT I O N BEL L AL AGO & IS LE S O F BELLAL AGO AM EN IT Y C E N T E R S

Monday - Friday

6am - 9pm

Saturday & Sunday

8am - 8pm

P OOL H OU R S * Monday - Friday Saturday & Sunday

BY JONATHAN GARCIA, FOOD & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR

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y name is Jonathan Garcia and I am happy to be the newest addition to the Bellalago community as your Food & Beverage Director! I have over 15 years of experience in the food and beverage industry, ranging from restaurant/bar, event planning, and banquets. I was born in New York but lived in Orlando long enough to be a true Floridian. I have a beautiful wife, three wonderful children, and in my spare time I love to spend time with my family and friends. I am a diehard Yankees fan (sorry Red Sox lovers!) and have loved the Orlando Magic since the beginning. I am a big movie buff and also like to read if I have the time. I hope to bring new, exciting, and tasteful times to Bellalago, and I am glad to share my newest working chapter with your community!

JONATHAN GARCIA

Usually Dawn - Dusk 8am - Dusk

*Subject to change. Check boards at each pool. 4

Hello Bellalago!

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407-933-3010 JGarcia@Evergreen-LM.com


D E PA R T M E N T : F I S H I N G C L U B

No Wake What? BY CHRIS HEELEY, RESIDENT, FISHING CLUB

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ne of the benefits of living in Bellalago is Lake Bellalago. Residents living on the lake can have a boat behind their house and have access to Lake Toho and many lakes beyond Lake Toho. As you know, Lake Bellalago is a no wake lake, but what exactly does that mean? The state of Florida defines no wake areas as: A designated area where vessels must be operated at a speed no greater than that which is necessary to maintain steerage and headway. The vessel should not produce a wake at this speed. This means that when you look behind your boat, any surface motion created by your boat and motor should not be visible when the motion reaches the shoreline. While it varies by boat type, typically a speed of less than five miles per hour (or around 600 rpm’s) is as fast as a boat can go to avoid creating a wake.

Three Primary Reasons for the Policy The first reason is safety. The risk of a boating accident increases when you have a small lake and many resident boaters. The risk of colliding with another boat or hitting a dock is greatly reduced when traveling at idle speed. The second reason is to minimize the erosion caused by waves hitting the shoreline. A wake from a boat can erode the shoreline and eventually silt-in the lake, requiring expensive dredging. Narrow channels are particularly susceptible to erosion because the wake does not have time to dissipate before hitting the shoreline. As wakes hit the shoreline, they undermine the roots of plants and grasses causing the dirt and sand to wash into the lake. There are several places in Lake Bellalago where erosion has begun to occur. It is noticeable by a more abrupt drop from the shore to the water, rather than a gradual slope. The third reason is that wakes can cause damage to residents’ property. Waves cause boats, especially pontoon boats, to

repeatedly hit the dock to which they are tied, potentially damaging both the boat and the dock.

Buoys The original buoys were put in place as a reminder of the no wake policy when Lake Bellalago was constructed. The buoys serve as an ever-present reminder to check your speed, much like speed limit signs on the road. However, if you have been out boating on Lake Bellalago or walked near the lake, you may have noticed that the original buoys had partially sunk, disappeared completely and you may have spotted them resting on the shoreline. The HOA and Bellalago Fishing Club recently completed a project to replace the buoys and add a few more. The Fishing Club used their experience on the lake to place the buoys in the locations where the no wake reminders are needed. In order to place the new buoys in the lake, the Fishing Club utilized their members’ dues and time to purchase the anchoring materials for the buoys and place them in the lake. They poured 85 pound concrete weights to hold the buoys in place. Another smaller 10 pound ballast weight was positioned 18 inches above the anchor weight to account for fluctuations in the lake level due to the rainy summers. The ballast weight will lift off the bottom in times of high water and lower back down when the lake level falls so that the extra anchoring line will not drift too far from the buoy. Without the ballast weight the buoys would partially sink during high water conditions. So, we hope you understand the reasons for the no wake policy and the buoys. Whenever you are out in a boat and see a buoy, glance out behind your boat to see what kind of disturbance you are creating in the lake. If you see any wake, slow down. Then sit back, cruise slowly, and enjoy the wonderful wildlife scenery we have in our community. Please don’t hit the buoys!

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D E PA R T M E N T : FAC I L I T I E S D I R E C TO R

Home Improvement Reminders BY JOSE CHAPARRO, LCAM, CMCA, FACILITIES DIRECTOR

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you’re planning construction or home improvement projects on your property or in your unit, remember to follow a few simple steps to ensure you don’t run into problems with neighbors or the association down the road. • Before construction begins, please obtain a certificate of liability and workers compensation insurance from your contractor that names the association as an additional insured entity. This will help protect you, other residents and the association in the event of accidents, damage or injuries during the course of construction. • Remember, you must submit your plans to the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before work begins. • All work must comply with local building, health and safety codes. The ARC is not responsible for ensuring your compliance, nor does the committee’s approval imply compliance with local requirements. • The ARC and the board have the right to inspect the work underway on your property to ensure it complies with the plans they approved. • You will be held financially responsible for any damage to 6

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the common elements, limited common elements, other units or property resulting from the work done on your project or by your contractor. • You are responsible for ensuring that main phone, cable, power and other utility lines sustain no damage from your construction project. • All work must be performed during normal working hours. • You must arrange to have all project-related debris and supplies removed daily. The association will bill you if it has to clean up a common area disturbed by your project. For a list of general vendors, please go to BellalagoHOA.com. Please keep in mind that none of these vendors are affiliated with the HOA or Evergreen Lifestyles Management, so please property vet them.

JOSE CHAPARRO 877-221-6919 JChaparro@Evergreen-LM.com


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D E PA R T M E N T : L I F E S T Y L E S

Bellalago Events BY AMY MALLINDER, LIFESTYLE DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

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would like to thank everyone who participated in our Back to School Facebook Contest! I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the pictures of your kiddos returning to school. I have plenty more Facebook contests coming up; if you haven’t already, please “Like” our official page at Facebook.com/BellalagoandIsles. Can you believe summer is almost over? I am in full planning mode for our fall activities, which include bringing back our popular Wine Pairing Educational gathering with Time For Wine. We will be exploring wine and food pairings from Germany in October, as well as Hellalago! The theme for Hellalago this year is Harry Potter. Join us on November 2nd as you walk through the “Tent of Terror” passing through Hogwarts, Diagon Alley and much more. Hellalago, as usual, will end with a BANG as we light up the sky with our annual firework display. Next month we are bringing back our Mother and Son Date night. Join us on September 14th with your boys for a spaghetti dinner accompanied by an awesome magic show! We are introducing “Momma’s Night Out” on September 7th, so let loose, leave the kids at home, come in your favorite PJ’s, and let’s have some fun. 8

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I have a few surprises up my sleeves for each of these events; you won’t want to miss them! Tickets for our events are available solely online now using the links provided via the weekly email blast that I send out on Mondays. In July, we had our first “Inflatable Game Night,” which was a success and something I hope to build on next year. We sent the kids back to school with our annual “Back to School Color Bash” in August. The weather was HOT, but we cooled down with two awesome water slides, enjoyed wonderful ice cream and gourmet snow cones. The kids also got to decorate their own colorful backpacks just in time for the new school year. I look forward to seeing all of you in the upcoming months.

AMY MALLINDER 877-221-6919 AMallinder@Evergreen-LM.com


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Back to School Color Bash

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D E PA R T M E N T : F I T N E S S & W E L L N E S S

Dance-A-Thon

BY GISELLE RODRIGUEZ, FITNESS & WELLNESS DIRECTOR

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we move into the fall, we are excited to welcome our first Just Dance “Dance-A-Thon” to our community. This event will take place on October 12th in our Bellalago Community Boat Dock area. We have planned this event to take place from 9am-11am. A group of our local fitness instructors will be coming together to bring a fun energized-filled event for all of us to enjoy. We are happy to be partnering with a local non-profit organization, Beyond Pregnancy Care, in order to donate all proceeds collected during this event. If you don’t dance, still stop by and share the love with a donation. Although this event will be no charge, we are requesting that you bring a donation of diapers (size NEWBORN or size ONE). You can also donate baby formula (Enfamil blue and yellow). These items will help Beyond Pregnancy Care as they serve our local community in Osceola County. We are very fortunate to have the director and volunteers from the organization that will be present at our event sharing their mission, vision and services they provide on a daily basis. Lastly, we will have great music and a DJ, along with a sitting area 10

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for those that just want to come out and watch as the residents get their feet moving. Don’t miss out on this first ever community event! Come out and be a part of what our community is doing to serve others in need, all while having fun. Feel free to bring a guest and help us spread the word to your neighbors. For further information about the organization or to learn about volunteering opportunities for Beyond Pregnancy Care, visit their website at beyondpregnancycare.com. RSVP is REQUIRED for this event at BellalagoHOA.com.

GISELLE RODRIGUEZ 407-846-4358 GRodriguez@Evergreen-LM.com


D E PA R T M E N T : F I T N E S S C L A S S E S

Fitness Class Schedule

Current Class Schedules are Posted in the Amenity Centers and on the BellalagoHOA.com Calendar

AQUA FITNESS

Mondays & Tuesdays • 11:15am Thursdays • 10:30am A low impact cardio and strength workout for people of all fitness levels. This class utilizes water weights, aqua gloves and pool noodles to achieve a unique total body workout. Swimming is not required. BARRE IGNITE

Fridays • 9am Combines attributes of pilates, dance and functional fitness training, which incorporate small isolated movement to fatigue the muscles. Large range of motion to elevate the heart rate and sequencing that incorporates upper and lower body to make every minute count! CAN YOU FEEL THE BEAT DANCE CLASS

Tuesdays • 6pm This class combines different styles of dance including Zumba, Line Dancing, Rock and Roll, and more! CARDIO BALLROOM

Wednesdays • 11am Fridays • 10am This is a partner-free, dance-based fitness class that brings you easy, fun dance moves from Cha-Cha-Cha, Disco, Jive, Merengue, Paso Doble, Quick Step, Salsa and Samba. This class will help you stay fit, learn to dance, and have a great time. CORE STRENGTH

Thursdays • 12pm Join instructor Erika for a great mat based format designed to strengthen the abdominals, back, and core in order to prevent injury, increasing balance, and creating a strong powerhouse. CRAZY 8

Mondays & Wednesdays • 7pm A fun and effective circuit style training that will include 8 stations. This class combines

one’s own body weight as well as a variety of functional and strength training. FIT KIDS (AGES 6-12)

Thursdays • 6pm Join instructor Nikki for a fun workout.

SATURDAY CHALLENGE CLASS

Saturdays • 10am A full body workout that combines strength training, dynamic conditioning, interval training, and cardiovascular conditioning to increase strength, power, agility, and endurance. Be ready and bring a buddy!

FLEXI BAR

Tuesdays • 10am A unique class format that targets strengthening muscle tissues in a simple manner. The vibration created by the swinging motion of the Flexi Bar creates a physical response deep inside the body.

SEATED YOGA

Wednesdays • 12pm The benefits of yoga while seated in a chair. Allows participants with limited mobility to use chair for seated postures or standing postures to help increase mobility, range of motion and reduce stress.

FLOW YOGA

Fridays • 11am Focuses on form and alignment of the body. Designed to help improve strength, flexibility, balance and bring peace to both the body and mind. This class is great for beginner to intermediate levels.

SENIOR FITNESS

Fridays • 12pm Join the new instructor Hilda for a fitness session that consists of strengthening muscles and increasing range of motion. Often a chair is used for seated exercises or standing support.

HATHA YOGA

Mondays • 10:30am Focuses on form and alignment of the body. This class is designed to help improve strength, flexibility, balance and bring peace to both the body and mind. This class is great for beginner to intermediate levels (levels 1 and 2).

STEP UP

Thursdays • 9am Step aerobics routine with strength training intervals to give you a complete cardio and weights workout. Excellent cross-training class for all skill and fitness levels. STRONG BY ZUMBA

ON THE BALL WITH BANDS

Tuesdays • 9am A well rounded class incorporating resistant bands and stability balls that will help increase range of motion and develop long lean muscles. A total body workout that targets strength and balance. PILATES

Wednesdays • 10am Improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance.

Wednesdays • 6pm This is a HIIT class that incorporates kickboxing, strength training and high intensity moves for a total body workout all in sync with the music! TINY TOTS PLAYTIME (AGES 1-5)

Thursdays • 1:15pm Designated for our tiny tots and parents with fun sing-alongs and play while we learn. TIGHT TONE & KICK

Mondays • 6pm Combines body sculpting, exercises, cardio and kickboxing!

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Fitness Classes Continued from page 11

YIN YANG YOGA

Tuesdays • 7pm Join instructor Tanya at Isles of Bellalago for an invigorating 30 minute Power Flow followed by 25 minutes of Gentle Yoga to unwind and release tension. All yoga levels are welcome! ZUMBA®

Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays • 9am Thursdays • 7pm Fitness class incorporating Latin and International music and dance, while offering a balanced blend of cardio and muscle toning benefits.

Sports

Bellalago Amenity Center VOLLEYBALL

Mondays • 5pm Two teams of two players or more on a sand court divided by a net. First team to 21 wins! SOCCER

Tuesdays • 5pm Calling all soccer lovers! The object of the game is to score goals by kicking or heading the ball into the opponent’s goal. FLAG FOOTBALL

Wednesdays • 5pm Flag football is a modified form of football in which ballcarriers are downed by pulling off a marker, or flag, loosely attached to a belt, rather than by tackling.

MEN’S GAME NIGHT Wednesday, September 4th • 6pm-9pm Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room • Free Test your skills and try your luck amongst your fellow residents! Some snacks will be provided, but the guys are encouraged to bring their favorite beverages and additional snacks if they choose. LADIES CARD CLUB Every Thursday • September 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th • 1pm Join the Card Club Thursdays in the Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room. TRIVIA NIGHT WITH DJ CHRIS Thursday, September 5th • 7pm-9pm Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room This FREE event will have you getting to know your neighbors. Come out and “Break a Mental Sweat!” ADULT BINGO Fridays, September 6th & 20th • 7pm-9pm Isles of Bellalago B-I-N-G-O! Coffee is on us, dessert is on you. Residents and guests must be 18. $10 gift cards will be awarded for every win. MOM’S NIGHT OUT Saturday, September 7th • 6pm-9pm • $15 Per Mom Wear your favorite PJ’s and enjoy cheese and fruit boards, ice cream bar, dessert bar, personalized gifts, fun and laughter! BUNCO Fridays, September 13th & 27th • 7pm-9pm Isles of Bellalago Bunco is a popular game played with nine dice and a whole lot of luck! Come have fun and play for a chance to win $10 gift cards. We’ll teach you how to play. Bring a dessert or snack to share.

BASKETBALL

Thursdays • 5pm Choose teams (3-on-3 or 5-on-5), beat the buzzer, and go for the win! Join us for a fun game of basketball.

September For more details, visit BellalagoHOA.com or see the front desk staff for assistance. Tickets can only be purchased at bellalagoclub.yapsody.com. **Event details subject to change.**

LABOR DAY POOL PARTY Monday, September 2nd • 12pm-3pm Come out for music by DJ Joe, games, prizes and good times at both the Bellalago and Isles Pools. 12

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DATE NIGHT WITH YOUR SON Saturday, September 14th • 6pm-9pm Join us for a spaghetti dinner and a magic show with give aways. $15 per couple and $5 per additional son. YOGA BY THE POOL Saturday, September 21st • 8:15am • Free Isles of Bellalago Pool Deck Head to the pool for some yoga with Tyana! RSVP required - email GRodriguez@Evergreen-LM.com. FLU SHOTS Monday, September 23rd • 3pm-5pm Bellalago Amenity Center Flu season is coming! Get ready! Come by to get your flu shot!


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LADIES CRAFT NIGHT Wednesday, September 25th • 7pm-9pm • Bellalago Join Liz to create a craft while having a good time enjoying wine and cheese and other refreshments. This is a ticketed event for 21+. Purchase tickets at bellalagoclub.yapsody.com. MOVIE NIGHT Saturday, September 28th • 8pm-10pm • Free Isles of Bellalago Amenity Center Come and join us for Movie Night! Free popcorn while it lasts!

October For more details, visit BellalagoHOA.com or see the front desk staff for assistance. Tickets can only be purchased at bellalagoclub.yapsody.com and are no longer available at the Amenity Centers. **Event details subject to change.**

MEN’S GAME NIGHT Wednesday, October 2nd • 6pm-9pm Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room • Free Test your skills and try your luck amongst your fellow residents! Some snacks will be provided, but the guys are encouraged to bring their favorite beverages and additional snacks if they choose.

addresses of the houses participating and a map. If you would like to participate, please sign up at either Amenity Center. GERMAN WINE PAIRING Saturday, October 12th • 6:30pm-8:30pm Our popular Wine Pairing event is back! This time we are pairing German wines with traditional German foods. BREAST CANCER AWARENESS LUNCH & LEARN Tuesday, October 22nd • 12:30pm-1:30pm Isles of Bellalago Services provided by Heart of Florida. RSVP at either Amenity Center or email GRodriguez@Evergreen-LM.com. HALLOWEEN SOCIAL Saturday, October 26th • 7pm-10pm More details coming soon! Check BellalagoHOA.com. LADIES CRAFT NIGHT Wednesday, October 30th • 7pm-9pm • Bellalago Join Liz to create a craft while having a good time enjoying wine and cheese and other refreshments. This is a ticketed event for 21+. Purchase tickets at bellalagoclub.yapsody.com.

LADIES CARD CLUB Every Thursday • October 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th • 1pm Join the Card Club Thursdays in the Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room. TRIVIA NIGHT WITH DJ CHRIS Thursday, October 3rd • 7pm-9pm Bellalago Multi-Purpose Room This FREE event will have you getting to know your neighbors. Come out and “Break a Mental Sweat!” ADULT BINGO Friday, October 4th & 18th • 7pm-9pm • Isles of Bellalago B-I-N-G-O! Coffee is on us, dessert is on you. Residents and guests must be 18. $10 gift cards will be awarded for every win. BUNCO Friday, October 11th & 25th • 7pm-9pm • Isles of Bellalago Bunco is a popular game played with nine dice and a whole lot of luck! Come have fun and play for a chance to win gift cards. We’ll teach you how to play. Bring a dessert or snack to share. COMMUNITY YARD SALE Saturday, October 12th & Sunday, October 13th • 8am-1pm When guests enter the main guard house, they’ll be handed a list of

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D E PA R T M E N T : M E M B E R S H I P

Reminders & Fall Craft BY JALISSA TORRES, MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR

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ello Bellalago residents! I hope this new season brings happy memories and great weather! Who is ready for the weather to drop to the 70s? I sure am and I cannot wait for fall weather! We want to remind residents that the Membership Department has grown and Efrain Castro is now a part of the team. Anything pertaining to Membership should be sent to BellalagoLeases@ Evergreen-LM.com. We are available Monday through Friday from 6am-2pm. Please remember to always carry your ID when visiting the facilities in which everyone should have after every orientation. As always, we want to say “welcome” to our new homeowners and tenants! To help make your place feel more homey for fall, I have included a DIY craft below!

Fall Wreath Purchase a foam ring (any size desired), which can be found 14

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at Dollar Tree or any craft store. Pick out artificial flowers in fall colors (orange, black, red, brown, tan, etc.), leaves, pumpkins, or other foliage. Trim the ends to be able to stick into the foam ring. Super glue a ribbon to the top and hang the wreath on your door or anywhere of your liking. Pictured are just a couple of examples of what you can make. Get creative and have fun with this project! Happy Fall Ya’ll!

JALISSA TORRES 407-343-9175 JTorres@Evergreen-LM.com


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