When I was growing up, my family lived in a large community that was family oriented. People were friendly; we knew our neighbors; we looked out for each other and helped each other; and we "played" together. I was happy to live there.
As an adult and as a Navy wife, I've lived in a lot of different communities and on both coasts of the U.S. But it always seemed to me that something was missing. Eventually, I realized that what was missing was that sense of being a part of a neighborhood.
On the day that I moved in to Oaks North in 2013, I knew that I'd found my neighborhood again. The people here care about each other and the sense of "community" is strong. I wanted to be a part of maintaining and constantly helping to build the community pride that I see here. It's why I'm very proud to be serving as President of your Board of Directors. I am happy to live HERE.