for Spring Hill, FL:
Fair, 48 F
Thu - Partly Cloudy
High: 68 Low: 44
Fri - Partly Cloudy
High: 72 Low: 50
Sat - Mostly Sunny
High: 77 Low: 56
Sun - Mostly Cloudy
High: 78 Low: 60
Mon - Thunderstorms
High: 72 Low: 64
THE WELLINGTON COMMUNITY WEB SITE
Welcome to our Community Website. We hope you take full advantage of the many resources available on this website! Bookmark it and use it often! All visitors are welcome to browse the real estate pages, photo galleries and play games.
The BIG NEWS is that this website is password protected for added security! All pages created specifically for Wellington Residents are only accessible to registered Wellington homeowners.
Registration is quick and easy - complete the registration form and click on the "submit" button. You'll receive a password by e-mail which you can then personalize for your use. This website is case sensitive. Once registered, you will have Full Access to all resources, including:
Add photos to the neighborhood photo gallery, participate in the many discussion and information forums, advertise events using the Neighborhood Calendar, or request volunteers for your fundraiser. You can even coordinate your Bunko group, find/advertise handyman or lawn care, form carpools, walking, dinner, exercise groups, golf, etc. Whatever your interest, you're sure to find a neighbor interested as well.
Please note: Homeowner pages of this site are fully password protected; access is available only to Wellington homeowners. This is for your protection - please know that your registration information is for the purpose of this site registration only and will not be shared or used for any other purpose.
This site is sponsored by Ralph Paulsen, Re/Max Marketing Specialists
We would appreciate your comments and suggestions regarding this Community Site!
- Ideas for improvement?
- What additions would you like to see?
- Have a suggestion for the monthly poll?
Click here to give us your feedback, comments and views!
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