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Don’t Forget!! Healthy Eats & Treats Friday May 6th



Kristie Rosser Wellness

My background as a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with 25 years of experience in the medical field, combined with my Holistic Health Coach, Nutritional Therapist and Detox Specialist Degrees have enabled me to view health and wellness in a unique way. My additional certifications in Age Management Medicine and Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy allow me to help my patients in a more complete and foundational way to enable them to age well and enjoy an exceptional quality of life.

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Golf Cart Drive-In Movie

Thursday, March 24th on the green. Bites Donuts at 7:30 and movie, the Intern, starting at 8. No tickets necessary! Bring golf carts or chairs.


Movie on the Green!

We’re excited to announce that we are having another movie on the golf green! Mark your calendars for Thursday, March 24th. We will be showing The Intern. Click here to view the trailer.

Sidewalk Health Fair

Upcoming Sidewalk Health Fair

Join us April 1, 2016 at the Neighborhood Medical Plaza for a morning focused on health promotion/health prevention topics. This is your opportunity to ask questions, learn about the latest information and do preliminary screenings all in one spot.

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Sweet 16 Party

Thank you to everyone who attended the event yesterday! Click the link to view pictures:


Sweet 16 Block Party

SunRiver Sweet 16 Block Party!

Come celebrate the youngest SunRiver resident with a Sweet 16 birthday party at the SunRiver Sales Center. There will be food, live music, and dancing. Mark your calendars for February 29th, more details to come!

Rok Dox Concert on the Green

What a fun turnout at the Rok Dox concert this weekend. Here’s a little video we put together of the event!

SunRiver St. George Backyard

Maintenance Tips: Give Your Backyard a Weekend Makeover

On the first day, start with general tasks like cutting the grass and pulling weeds. Then, get some pruning shears and work on any overgrown  bushes or trees. If you’ve got any overgrown areas on the ground, take  care of them saws and a mulcher. When everything is cleaned up, it’s  time to think about a focal point and some color.

On the second day, consider putting in a focal point. Backyards are just like a room in your house, in that they look great when there is a main point of focus. If your yard just has a few recliners or patio  furniture, think about getting an outdoor fire pit. It doesn’t need to  be really cold out to enjoy the look and enchantment of a fire pit, and  it will help to give a cozy feel to the area. You can purchase a fire  pit for well under $200. If your patio furniture is a certain color, you can add a few flowering plants in that color around the yard to tie it  all together.

If you want to go for a more dramatic focal point, consider a water  feature. There are some wonderful water fountains and cascading  waterfalls that make a great feature and can be really calming. If you  live near a busy street or are in a noisier neighborhood, they can be a  wonderful way to drain out the nearby noise. These can also be purchased for relatively inexpensive with decent sized water features going for  only several hundred dollars. Shop around and find a piece that reflects your style and personality.

When you’ve finished with your weekend project, consider having a  backyard bar-b-que to show your friends or family the new improved yard. You can sit back and enjoy the great backyard you’ve created in only  two days, and with a small budget.

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Rok Dox Concert

Rok Dox is coming to SunRiver this weekend! Saturday, January 23rd at 3:00 on the putting green. Not to mention delicious burgers served by Hank’s Riverwalk Grill. You will not want to miss this!


Maintenance Tips: Caring for Your Cabinets

When you first moved in to SunRiver St. George, you received a selection sheet with the brand, style, and color of the cabinets in your home.

This can come in handy if you ever need to re-stain a spot or area of a cabinet. It’s important to note that due to the natural differences in the grain of wood, you might notice a slight variation in the wood or in the way the wood absorbed the stain. This is completely normal for wood.

To clean your cabinets, wood polishers or products which contain lemon oil are suggested. You should follow the directions on the container, and use these products not more than once every three to six months because doing so more often can lead to build-up on the cabinets. It’s recommended you avoid any spray waxes which are paraffin based and it’s important not to wash the cabinets with water. Wood will naturally absorb the water and it can damage the wood and the finish over time.

If you notice the hinges catching or the guides on your drawers moving slower than they should, apply a small amount of lubricant to help fix the problem. You can find lubricant at any home improvement or discount store.

It’s also important to remember that certain appliances can produce excess moisture which can damage cabinets. Things like crock pots should never be placed underneath a cabinet or where the heat which escapes could come into contact with a cabinet door. With just a little maintenance and a bit of prevention, your cabinets should remain beautiful and functional for years to come.