American citizens celebrate America’s birthday with festivals, parades, fireworks, barbecues, sparklers, and other festive activities. But, why do we celebrate the 4th of July? What does it mean?
Well, this day is incredibly significant in American history, as it marks the day the United States officially became its own nation. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776 — and thus, the “United States of America” was born. But, after all these years, are we really united?
This Independence Day, please join me in focusing more on what unites us, instead of what divides us. Focus on what’s really important, rather than what is not. Join me in focusing on what a great Community ORO is and what we can do to keep it that way!
This newsletter includes the following articles:
- Helpful Phone Numbers
- 50 Years at ORO
- Note from ORO President
- ORO Board of Directors
- Employee Anniversaries
- Parking on Neighbor Properties
- CERT Team News
- Events & Entertainment Plans
- Welcome New Owners
- In Memoriam: ORO Residents We’ve Lost
- Rental Program: Year in Review
- Friendly Reminders