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Through the past month, we’ve encountered a lot of change and uncertainty about the future. Though at times it might seem scary, we are all in this together. Keep reading for a special message from our Community Manager, Melissa.
As of March 16, all community common areas and facilities are closed, along with the suspension of all Hometown America and resident sponsored events (no matter their size) until further notice. The status of the community and sales offices vary. In the states where offices are open, all in-person meetings are by appointment only. We apologize but walk-ins will not be allowed in the office.
The food we eat has an impact on our entire body – including the brain. When it comes to our mental health, we all want to stay as focused as we can. Keep yourself sharp with these nutritious and tasty foods.
Did you know Hometown America and Oaks of Weymouth offer a referral fee to residents who assist in the sale of a home at Oaks of Weymouth? Earn a referral fee of up to $500 for a new Hometown America home sale. Keep reading for more details!
During these unprecedented times, Hometown America is here for you every step of the way. In order to keep you as up to date as possible, we’ve compiled information about current CDC recommendations, Coronavirus Aid, and the Economic Security Act. Click here to read the full memo from our management team.
In order to keep everyone as informed as possible, Hometown America has compiled a list of helpful federal, state, and local resources to assist those impacted by COVID-19 in our community. To learn more, please click here.
Keeping up with your exercise routine can be hard when public gyms are closed. However, there are plenty of ways to stay active while staying inside, so don’t let that deter you from still breaking a sweat! Check out these expert tips to keep you moving and help ease your cabin fever.
On February 8, Oaks of Weymouth neighbors enjoyed a delectable sweets buffet and entertainment by DJ Pepper Paul at the Death by Chocolate Dance. Keep reading to relive all the fun!
In recent months we have seen more feral and stray cats in our community. While we are working with local Animal Control to remedy the situation, there are a few things you can do to help. Keep reading to find out more.
We appreciate all residents adhering to the waste collection schedule and procedures. Keep reading to view the April/May trash pick-up calendar, along with other details.
Spring cleaning isn’t just for your closets, but for your garden too! No matter what is in your flower beds, everything will need some TLC after the cold winter months. To keep your plot in tip-top shape, check out these 12 essential tips.
As a friendly reminder, smoking is prohibited on Oaks of Weymouth property, including our buildings, facilities, porches, and walkways throughout the community. It applies to all employees, residents, customers, and vendors, at all times, including non-business hours.
Our troops need many everyday items, including toiletries, medical items, feminine products, snacks, and drinks. We’ve placed a donation box with the list of needed items inside the Clubhouse entrance. Thank you in advance for helping our service members.
Calling all knitters! Many residents, in conjunction with Bethlehem Lutheran Church, are knitting scarves for the homeless, throws for veterans, and baby blankets for underprivileged infants. Keep reading for more details on how to get involved!
Changing your daily routine can be a challenge, but social distancing doesn’t have to be boring! Whether you’re learning a new recipe or teaching your furry friend a new trick, there are plenty of fun things to do from the comfort of your own home. Stay productive and positive through one of these 20 activities.
Food banks are a valuable community asset. Not only do they provide food to those in need, they also assist in preventing food waste. Read on to learn about local food pantries and how you can contribute.
If you’ve changed your phone number or email address, please let us know. Give us a call or stop by the office with your new information so we can keep you in the loop for all things Oaks of Weymouth. Read more for our emergency information.
We’ve all heard the saying “some things just get better with age,” and there’s nothing like an antique to truly bring that saying to life. Purchasing antiques has never been easier. Keep reading to learn where you can obtain your next discussion piece.
Looking for a new binge-worthy show, a movie to have you on the edge of your seat, or wanting to see what all the new film’s hype is about? There’s great content at your fingertips. Keep reading to learn how you can stay updated on the latest and greatest in film and television.
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Hometown America is proud to promote SafeHaven National Insurance Agency, specializing in coverage for manufactured homeowners and renters. Many companies are difficult to work with or do not write policies that provide adequate protection for prefabricated homes. Make sure you are dealing with an insurance company that offers competitively priced policies and the protections important to you. Visit SafeHaven online or call 1-800-536-8999 for a quote.
Take the hassle out of making rent payments with Hometown America’s E-Z Pay. With E-Z Pay, your lot rent will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the third of each month. New sign-ups earn a $10 credit.