- Randolph Pointe’s 2014 Jump-start Workout
- Congratulations to our holiday decorating contest winners!
- Tell us how we are doing!
- This year, resolve to do something different
- Pursue your dreams of a higher education
- Don’t be a victim of holiday crime
- Holiday decorations, and discarding your Christmas tree
- Keeping resolutions on track
- Green corner
- Refer a friend and earn $250
- Stay in the know with the Randolph Pointe calendar!
- January special office hours
Start your year off right – work off those holiday treats at our 2014 Jump-start Workout! Come to the Randolph Pointe Clubhouse on Wednesday, January 8 any time from 6 to 8 p.m. Not only will we give you a fantastic workout, but we will also have free healthy refreshments. Come dressed to sweat. Don’t forget to bring your friends. In fact, if you bring someone who is eligible to live at Randolph Pointe and they are not a current resident, you will be entered to win a prize!
Six lucky Randolph Pointe residents took home the title this year for the community's balcony/patio holiday decorating contest! Each of them will be receiving a Starbucks gift card.
Thank you to everyone who decorated for the holidays to make the community look even more beautiful!
The Corvias Military Living annual resident satisfaction survey began in December and will continue into January. Surveys are conducted by SatisFacts, an independent property management research firm.
SatisFacts will contact residents by email to complete a brief online survey. While participation is voluntary, your feedback is appreciated so we can work to improve your experience. Please contact the Randolph Pointe Community Office for more information.
It’s nearly 2014. Have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet? Forget the routine promises. Try to be more creative with these resolutions:
• Keep a journal. Spend a few minutes every day or so writing down your thoughts—not your daily schedule or your upcoming appointments. Let your mind wander.
• Read more. Vary your reading habits and explore different topics.
• Learn something new. Take a class in something unrelated to your job or your usual hobbies. Mastering new skills can refresh your outlook on life.
• Meet new people. Make a positive effort to make new friends this year (or professional contacts). Look for gatherings of people whose interests match yours.
• Create something. Paint a picture, or write a poem. You’ll find satisfaction in achieving personal goals and motivation to keep trying new things.
• Volunteer. Find a cause you support, and offer your time and service. You’ll meet new people and enjoy the feeling of helping out with an important cause.
If your child who is a high school senior and/or your spouse are considering college next year, Corvias Foundation may be able to help! Each year, the Foundation awards $50,000 scholarships and $5,000 grants. Go to corviasfoundation.org to learn more and to access the Foundation’s online applications.
The holidays, including Christmas and New Year’s Day, are the peak season for crime nationwide. Using good judgment can help ensure your safety.
• Lock your car doors, roll up windows, and secure your valuables each time you exit your car. Do not store your keys in your car.
• Store valuable items out of view in your car and remove any suction cup marks from your windshield. Store holiday packages in your trunk and keep receipts with you. Fort Bragg regulations forbid these items from being stored in plain sight within cars.
• If you have a garage, close your garage door, and secure all exterior doors and windows before leaving home.
• When traveling out of town, ask a friend or neighbor to check on your apartment. Install timers to turn lights on and off during evening hours.
Thank you for placing your Christmas tree by the Randolph Pointe dumpsters prior to the morning of Friday, January 17. All trees will be recycled. Don’t forget to break down and recycle boxes after removing packing materials. Please dispose of holiday wrapping paper with your regular household trash – it is not recyclable.
Finally, we understand that the military lifestyle can be busy, but we appreciate your taking down your holiday decorations in a timely manner.
Setting a New Year’s resolution on January 1 is easy, but sticking with it for the next 364 days can be tough. Service members and their families have a resource to help keep those resolutions going in 2014.
Military One Source, a one-stop-shop of information, resources, and tools provides assistance to help the military and family members in any aspect of life. The most popular areas include work-life balance, a healthier lifestyle, and relationship improvement.
Military One Source also offers free and confidential non-medical counseling. For your convenience, counseling is available in-person, online, or by phone. Counselors address everyday stressors, relationship concerns, deployment and reintegration, financial management, and many other issues.
To learn more about the services offered by Military One Source, visit www.militaryonesource.mil or call (800) 342-9647.
How can you stay warm and save energy this winter? Dress for the season! If your home feels chilly, try putting on another layer of clothing, such as a sweater or jacket, before turning up the thermostat.
Earning $250 has never been easier with the Randolph Pointe referral program. If you refer someone who moves into Randolph Pointe, $250 is yours! If you know someone who is looking to move into Randolph Pointe, encourage them to apply now! The sooner the referral moves into the community, the sooner you will receive your reward.
Here is how it works:
- When you refer someone to Randolph Pointe, give the Community Office a heads-up.
- When your referral applies to live at Randolph Pointe, be sure they note your name as their referral on their housing application.
- Once your referral moves into Randolph Pointe, $250 will be provided to you as a thank you!
It’s that easy.
Want to know what is happening at Randolph Pointe? Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date.
You can even sync your community calendar with a personal Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button on the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar.
- January 1 – New Year’s Day – All Corvias Offices Closed
- January 20 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – All Corvias Offices Closed