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Exeter Update- August
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  • The transition to Sentry Management is underway! Please see the News section for information on paying dues, who to contact, and more.
  • New trash and recycling cans have been delivered, but please remember trash and recycling only comes on Tuesday, bulk pickups are on Wednesday (must call the Town first!), and that the new cans are required to be stored behind the house or in a hidden area (by Town law), not in front of homes or on porches!

Grounds Committee Meeting
August 10 at 12:00 p.m, Exeter Stone Clubhouse
Pool Committee Meeting
August 10 at 1:00 p.m, Exeter Stone Clubhouse
Summer Movie Series- Avengers: Infinity War
August 10 at 9:00 p.m., beside the Exeter Stone Clubhouse (near the pool)
Summer Movie Series- The Notebook
August 11 at 9:00 p.m., beside the Exeter Stone Clubhouse (near the pool)
Community Events Committee Meeting
August 12 at 2:00 p.m, Exeter Stone Clubhouse
Architectural Review Board Meeting
August 16 at 7:00 p.m., Exeter Stone Clubhouse
Board of Directors Meeting
August 23 at 7:00 p.m., Exeter Stone Clubhouse
Back-to-School Splashtacular
September 01 at 7:00 p.m., Exeter Pool
Not-Quite-Spring Yard Sale
September 15 from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.., Exeter Clubhouse Parking Lot
For more details on upcoming events, please visit Exeter Events.

Sentry Management is Moving In
Sentry Management is in the final phases of transitioning into Exeter's new property management company as we move into August. Our new property manager will be Joe Barrows, available at 540-751-1888, ext 56610. Residents should stop any automatic payments set up to go to the former property management company through their banks. Automatic debits submitted to PMP should be stopped automatically. Don't miss the opportunity to move into better payment options with the new Auto-Pay feature offered through Sentry. New instructions for payment options and contact information are available online at the Exeter HOA website. 
New Events Taking Shape
We're ready to finish summer in the best possible way, with more free events for you, your friends, and your family. Check them out below:
  • Committee Meeting- Tell us how you can help and what we can do to improve our events. This is open to anyone and we welcome new interest! We can't do it without you. We especially need folks to help make our end-of-season pool party a big success!
  • Summer Movie Series- What better way to finish the year than with the ultimate adventure and romance movies? This double-feature is sure to please with Avengers: Infinity War and The Notebook (rated PG-13). 
  • Back-to-School Splashtacular- One last dip in the pool to celebrate the end of summer and start of a new school year! The pool will be open extra late (until 10 p.m.) so kids of every age can meet new classmates, parents can make new friends, and everyone can enjoy one last swim! More details coming soon, available online.
  • Not-Quite-Spring Yard Sale- We've finally got volunteers, special thanks to Stephanie W., who are going to help us get set up for our annual yard sale!
For more details on upcoming events, please visit Exeter Events.
School's Back, Be Safe!
Don't forget that school starts on Thursday, August 23, so keep your eyes open for students who are making their way to and from our local schools! Remember to stop for school buses with flashing lights, carefully approach areas where students are waiting for the bus, and always yield to pedestrians in crosswalks! Also, remember to help keep our neighborhoods clear by not parking or setting up drop off zones for schools in Exeter's neighborhoods. We are partnering again this year with the Leesburg Police Department and the staff at local schools to enforce this in Exeter neighborhoods. Remember, the Townhome parking lots in Exeter are private property and not for public use. Please be a kind and considerate neighbor and help us prevent this from becoming a problem!
Submitted by Christopher A. Tuck,
Chairman, Communications Committee
Exeter Homeowners Association
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