This newsletter includes many important articles, such as Change in Condo Payments and President’s Report.
From our Park Manager:
There is something in human nature that drives us to think “hope” even as we feel despair tugging at us from behind.
After seeing images of the devastation in Sanibel and Ft. Myers in the aftermath of this extreme weather event, take a moment to look around ORO – houses still standing – roads accessible – communications up – power and water working – stop lights functioning – people safe – proves again that mitigation works, that it matters, and that it saves lives.
During this difficult time, the ways people have come together to make a terrible situation just a bit better have inspired us and fanned the tiny flame, that whisper of “hope.”
As Florida rebuilds, both literally and figuratively, in the wake of Hurricane Ian, the inspiring human drive to hope will continue.
Because if there is one thing we know, and former President Ford may have said it best, “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.”
ORO’s time is now to affect real, generational change in your community. But it won’t be easy.
It will require ORO to work together and work toward a common goal of building a safer, stronger, and more resilient community.
“Hope” : Human nature’s belief that something good can happen.
This newsletter includes the following articles:
- Change in Condo Payments
- Hope After Hurricane Ian
- President’s Report
- Helpful Phone Numbers
- ORO Board of Directors
- Employee Anniversaries
- 50 Years at ORO
- Committee Chairs Meeting Reminder
- Activities & Entertainment
- Scheduling Activities
- Welcome New Owners
- In Memoriam: ORO Residents We’ve Lost
- Compliance Committee News
- Events & Entertainment Planning
- Rental Program
- As We Age
- Friendly Reminders