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Dominic Kouffman — President Janet C. Wasserberger — Vice President Joanne M. Cline — Secretary Richard Kennedy — Treasurer Ron Deri — Director at Large

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Lifestyles DEAR GRAND HAMPTON RESIDENTS, Every month, a member of the Board of Directors writes a little article for the news letter. This month it is my turn. By the time you read this, the kids will have returned to School and Labor day will be here. This is my second year on the board and my 4th year living in Weston Manor. My daughter and her family had moved in 3 years prior and recommended GH. We visited many times and liked what we saw. We had a house built and moved in asap. I started out becoming active in the GH community by joining the Weston Manor committee. That committee dealt with problems related to Weston Manor and the biggest problem by far were the lawns. We were instrumental in choosing a new vendor to take care of the lawns. Valley Crest/Bright View was selected as the new vendor and they serve our common grounds as well as Club Manor East, Club Manor West and Lake Hampton. Together with Rocco, our property manager, and Barry we keep close tabs on them and make sure that they live up to the terms of our agreements. Each of the areas previously mentioned have active committees which deal with local problems and their monthly meeting minutes are given to Rocco for the next Board of Directors meeting. Not every committee meets every month. We also have a Community Relations Committee (CRC) as well as a Buildings and Grounds Committee(B&G) and they meet when necessary. The Design Review Committee (DRC) reviews proposed changes to resident’s homes and properties and meets when necessary. It was the B&G committee which spurred the renovation of the club house. Two board members were part of the renovation committee along with 4 residents and Rocco. The process took a long time and spanned two different BOD’s. Resident input was instrumental in choosing the firm to renovate the club house. It took a while to do it because nothing moves fast in Tampa and some problems had to be overcome. As you know, the club house was opened in June 2016 and met with near universal approval. The Grand room has a large screen measuring 160” on the diagonal with a projector mounted in the ceiling. It was just used for the opening of the Rio Olympics and has been used for several other events. It is not visible when not in use and is nestled in the ceiling. The Hampton room is the party room and has a very large counter top along with 2 small refrigerators, an ice machine and two heating drawers (to keep food warm). There are some other small appliances that make it very functional. It is a great place to hold a party. All we ask is that residents and their visitors do not enter wearing wet bathing suits. There are about 11 distinct neighborhoods in GH and we are encouraging residents to submit small articles about the area they live in so that others in GH will learn about the different sections. We encourage everyone to become active in their area as well as all of GH. A typical BOD meeting starts with the Pledge of Allegiance followed by committee meeting minutes, management reports and the treasurer’s report. The BOD works on new business which may include a request for a payment plan for a resident who is behind on their HOA fees. We never divulge the name or address of the home owner and always try to work out a reasonable payment plan. Unfortunately, that is not always possible and further action by our attorney must be taken. We look at ways to reduce expenses and sometimes we have to spend money in order to keep GH in excellent shape. Very few residents attend the BOD meetings. Attendants average 20-25 people out of 1100 homes. A typical meeting lasts 1-2 hours and residents are encouraged to speak on items before the board. We have a problem every November when it comes to electing a new BOD. It is very important that everyone votes for the members of the BOD.

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Dear Members of the Grand Hampton Homeowners Association,

UPGRADED GATE ACCESS SYSTEM We, at Grand Hampton, take great pride in the many amenities offered to our residents. None add more value and ownership pride to Grand Hampton than the manned gate entry system. We have recently upgraded the ABDi entry system with scanning, face recognition, and mobile login capabilities and although the upgrade will help expedite the process of allowing your preferred guests and vendors into the community, without the assistance of YOU, the resident, the system will never run at its optimal best. Keeping your guest list current and updated, with correct contact information on your profile is crucial to the success of this upgrade. Utilizing the mobile app is another fast and simple way many residents can accomplish this. Information about the website is listed below. Please take the time to set your profile and guest list so the guards at the gate can get your family, friends, and preferred vendors in to see you as fast as possible. Website: log onto www.gateaccess.net/ login to get started. Your community code is: GH. You can also go to the eGrandhampton.com website, click on the gate access link to get you there. If you don’t know or have forgotten your Resident Access 4 digit security code, you would need to contact our office to obtain it at 813 973-8368. Ask for Barry Moon. Office hours are Monday- Friday from 9am-4pm. Mobile App: on your phone, download ABDi GateAccess, and follow the directions. We thank you and appreciate your cooperation in helping us mainstream our gate access system. Cordially, Your 2016 Grand Hampton HOA Board of Directors 6

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in your walking distances. After four weeks, you'll be able to run the 5K distance without a walking break. Of course, if you want to take a walking break during your 5K, that's OK, too! Although this schedule is for beginners, I wouldn't advise using it if you haven't been active in the past month. Ideally, to start this training program, you should have either completed the 4 Weeks to 1 Mile program, you're active a couple of days a week, or you can already run a 1/2 mile comfortably.

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WEEK 1 Day 1: Run 10 minutes, walk 1 min – repeat 2 times Day 2: Rest or cross-train Day 3: Run 12 minutes, walk 1 min – repeat 2 times Day 4: Rest Day 5: Run 13 minutes, walk 1 min – repeat 2 times Day 6: Rest or cross-train Day 7: Rest WEEK 2 Day 1: Run 15 minutes, walk 1 min - repeat 2 times Day 2: Rest or cross-train Day 3: Run 17 minutes, walk 1 min, run 7 min Day 4: Rest Day 5: Run 19 minutes, walk 1 min, run 7 min Day 6: Rest or cross-train Day 7: Rest WEEK 3 Day 1: Run 20 minutes, walk 1 min, run 6 min Day 2: Rest or cross-train Day 3: Run 24 minutes Day 4: Rest Day 5: Run 26 minutes Day 6: Rest or cross-train Day 7: Rest WEEK 4 Day 1: Run 28 minutes Day 2: Rest or cross-train Day 3: Run 30 minutes Day 4: Rest Day 5: Run 20 minutes Day 6: Rest Day 7: Race! Run 3.1 miles

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You don't have to do your runs on specific days; however, you should try not to run two days in a row. Either take a complete rest day or do cross-training on the days in between runs. Crosstraining can be cycling, yoga, swimming, or any other activity (other than running) that you enjoy. Strength training 2-3 times a week is also very beneficial for runners. If you find that this training program is progressing too quickly for you, you can stay on a week and repeat the workouts before moving on to the next week.•

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In a perfect world, we would all eat three, square meals a day, right? But, it’s not always easy to stick to such a balanced way of eating, so snacking often gets us through the day. Runners, in particular, need quality food choices to fuel their workouts. Here are 5 runner-friendly foods to help give you the energy you need between meals. BERRY PARFAIT The high protein content in Greek yogurt helps muscles recover more quickly and the calcium keeps bones strong, which may help to ward off stress fractures, a common injury seen in runners. Try fresh berries, chia seeds, or homemade granola–just stir them into Greek yogurt for a quick and satisfying snack. SPLENDA FRUIT COTTAGE CHEESE PARFAIT Pineapple is loaded with bromelain, which has antiinflammatory properties and might accelerate muscle repair. Pair pineapple chunks with cottage cheese or blend into a smoothie. CHOCOLATE MILK Chocolate milk is cold, creamy, and delicious, so it’s a quick and easy way to rehydrate and refuel your muscles after a run or as a snack in between meals. A serving provides protein, carbohydrates, calcium, and B vitamins, which are all important to recovery and a strong, fit body. PEANUT BUTTER ON A TOASTED ENGLISH MUFFIN Peanut butter is often a go-to food for runners–and for good reason! Peanut butter (as well as other nut butters) is high in protein and healthy fats, which fuel muscles and sustains energy levels. Spread a couple of tablespoons on a whole wheat English muffin for a delicious and satisfying snack. BANANA A single banana provides a healthy dose of potassium, which helps replenish electrolytes that are lost during exercise. Eat a banana before or after you finish your workout for a quick and easy snack!•

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he Hamptons, the featured neighborhood this month, is located on the east side at the back of Grand Hampton. It is comprised of 96 homes with the first 4 homes being on the right side of Dunham Station Drive past the tennis courts. After these 4 homes, a lighted brick monument marks where Dunham Station Drive starts its loop. Continuing straight goes into the Heron Hill neighborhood, but turning to the right takes you into the rest of The Hamptons. There are two cul-de-sacs off this loop, Lomond Lane and Ryman Place, and Oak Alley Drive cuts through the loop marking the eastern boundary of The Hamptons. The first home was completed in 2006, and originally there were two

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and I decided to build an Arthur Rutenberg home in 2006 because we loved the builder with his quality of workmanship and floor plan

and the central location of Grand Hampton. We have seen many changes in our neighborhood since our home was completed in 2007. The most positive changes are the improvements the resident HOA Boards have made since taking over from the developer. Some of these are improved contracts, better communications with the homeowners and more community activities since changing to Melrose Lifestyles. Glenn and I enjoy traveling and playing golf but always look forward to returning to our home here in The Hamptons.•

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more vital science and math education for a wider range of students in Tampa Bay, richer and more fulfilling time together for families that include children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and guidelines for other museums and businesses that are looking to create a more inclusive experience. “At MOSI, our core goal is to make science real for people of all ages and backgrounds. By partnering with BCOTB, we are taking that pledge further than ever before,” said MOSI President & CEO Molly

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