Chris Donati's December FTDO newsletter is now available in Administration
You can now review the November minutes of the RAC Town Hall - click here.
Sale - Spinet Piano, Card table/4 chairs. Singer Serger. Jazzy Scooter. Never used CD/DVD cases, lift chair, health meter. Towle ornaments. BUY/SELL
Want to laugh today? Go to the Humor to Enjoy section. New cartoons - plus lots of animal cartoons.
We will be building this section and we need your help. If you know anything from the early days that might be of interest to all of us, let us know. Pictures, facts, figures, anything.
Neighborhood Two - Liberty
As it turns out, a resident named Elaine learned that the buildings in our second neighborhood were named after signers of the Declaration of Independence, plus the names of our clubhouse being Liberty Commons and also Signatures Restaurant were in tune with that.
The signers were Josiah Bartlett, Carter Braxton, Francis Lewis, Robert Morris, and George Taylor. Our building names. Neat, huh.
The first piece below came from resident George Reilly and it is how our buildings came to be named.
Dawson Terrace: from the community’s namesake, Ann Dawson
Montgomery Court: from the adjacent Montgomery County
Westwood Place: from its location being the west side of the first neighborhood
Hampton Ridge: from the adjacent townships of Northampton and Southampton
Park View: from its location overlooking the new Warminster Community Park
Bartlett Run, Lewis Point, Taylor Crossing, Morris Square and Braxton Court are all named for prominent historical figures that signed the Declaration of Independence - see above.
Magnolia Court, Maple Terrace, Ivy Glen, Bayberry Grove and Holly View are named for common flora present in the local area.