Our Architectural Guidelines have been updated. Please click here to view.
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You are invited to a social gathering from 6-9pm on Friday November 20th, 2015 at the recreation area adjacent to Roberts Isle. Parking will be provided on Roberts Isle. This is a social event to meet with other residents, the Directors and Committee Members. It is also a great opportunity to share feedback and ideas for improving our community.
We will also turn on the seasonal lights to celebrate the start of the holiday season. We will be providing food, bar service and a bouncy castle for the kids. The pool will be open for under 18’s that are accompanied by adults.
In the community spirit of this event we are encouraging attendees to bring an appetizer to share with fellow residents. We are looking forward to this event, please put it in your diary and come join us.
Please respond by November 6th to email@example.com and include the number of adults and under 18’s that will be in attendance.
We have installed two disc golf practice baskets in Phase V. For those unfamiliar with the sport, a description provided by the Professional Disc Golf Association states:
The object of the game of disc golf is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the fewest throws of the disc. The competitor who plays the stipulated round or rounds in the fewest throws plus penalty throws is the winner.
Play on each hole begins at the teeing area and ends at the target. After the player has thrown from the tee, each successive throw is made from where the previous throw came to rest. On completing a hole, the player proceeds to the teeing area of the next hole, until all holes have been played.
Disc golf courses are normally laid out in and around wooded areas with diverse terrain to provide natural obstacles to the flight of the disc. These natural obstacles are very much a part of the game and must not be altered by a player in any way to decrease the difficulty of a hole. Players must play the course as they find it and play the disc where it lies unless allowed otherwise by these rules.