- Resident Referral Rewards Program
- Corvias Foundation Scholarship and Grant Applications available November 1
- Don’t let the holidays “gobble” up your finances!
- Want to know what's happening in your neighborhood
- Save the Date for "Tis the Season"
- Resident Reminder: Storm Water Management Ponds on Post
- Annual Resident Surveys Coming Soon
- Green Corner
Corvias Military Living is offering a resident referral reward program. Any resident who refers military families, single service members, retirees or federal Department of Defense employees to live on post will receive a $300 check. Future residents must let the Community Office know who referred them at move-in. Call (410) 305-1076 for more information.
Applications for the 2014 Scholarship and Educational Grant are available after November 1 at www.corviasfoundation.org. The Foundation is committed to supporting military families in the pursuit of higher education and has awarded more than $4.5 million since 2006.
Applications for the Scholarship must be submitted by February 13, 2014, and will be awarded to high school seniors with plans of attending a four-year university in the amount of up to $50,000 each. The Foundation will select 10 children of active-duty service members stationed at Forts Meade, Bragg, Polk, Rucker, Riley, Sill, and Aberdeen Proving Ground to receive the scholarships. New this year, children at Edwards AFB, Eglin AFB, Eielson AFB, Hurlburt Field, McConnell AFB and Seymour Johnson AFB will also be eligible to apply for the scholarships.
Applications for the Educational Grant must be submitted by May 8, 2014. Grants are given in amounts up to $5,000 for the spouse of an active-duty service member at the installations listed above. Applicants may be in any stage of the educational process.
Applications and all necessary paperwork must be submitted by the due date. Awards for both the scholarship and grant are for use beginning in the fall of 2014.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-228-2836 with any questions about eligibility or the application process.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is touted as the biggest shopping day of the year and the beginning of the holiday shopping season. This can also be a stressful time, as gift giving can quickly “gobble” up your hard-earned money. Don’t fret – we’ve got some quick and easy tips to ensure that your many purchases don’t burn a hole in your wallet.
- Before you hit the stores, be aware of where your finances currently stand. Only purchase items that you are confident you can afford.
- Create a budget specifically for holiday shopping. Follow your budget as closely as possible, and track your spending. Need help? Contact the Financial Readiness Program at 337-531-1957.
- Ask for military discounts wherever you go. Even if stores do not advertise the discount, ask – you may be pleasantly surprised to hear the answer.
- Shop around. Look at the circulars for sales and discounts. Recognize a good price when you see one.
- Follow your gut instincts – if you think a potential gift is too much for you to spend, look for something else at a lower price.
- Cyber Monday, anyone? Check for last minute deals and steals online on Monday, December 2.
- Some of the best gifts come from the heart and cost nothing at all. Be creative!
- Don’t forget to stop, relax, and enjoy the season with your family and friends. That’s really what it is all about.
Want to know what's happening in your neighborhood?
Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date on trash, recycling, lawn care resident events and community activities. You can even sync it with your personal Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button on the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar.
Save the Date for "Tis the Season"
All residents are invited to our annual holiday celebration event on Friday, December 6th. The event will be held at 2727 Chesapeake Boulevard. Look for event details in the December issue of your newsletter!
Resident Reminder: Storm Water Management Ponds on Post
Throughout Aberdeen Proving Ground and within housing neighborhoods there are storm water management ponds and drainage channels designed to effectively manage surface water during rain events. These ponds or channels are not intended for use as a play area for children or pets.
To ensure children’s safety, parents need to be vigilant about not allowing children to play in or near these areas. We ask for your assistance in ensuring that all members of your family, including your children, know that playing in or near the ponds/channels is strictly prohibited. These areas are not playgrounds and can present hazards.
Corvias Military Living’s goal is to provide the best homes, service and value to residents. Each year Corvias hires a third-party research company to conduct annual satisfaction surveys. These surveys help the company focus on areas that need attention and identify ways to enhance the experience of each resident.
Corvias has selected SatisFacts Research who will contact residents via e-mail to complete a brief online survey. To complete the survey, Corvias must have a personal e-mail address. The online surveys will be sent prior to the end of the year and participation is voluntary. However, we strongly encourage residents to contribute. Without candid and thoughtful feedback, we could not have provided nationally recognized, award-winning customer service for five consecutive years.
Participants are automatically entered into a drawing for a great prize. Stop by your community office if you have questions or need to update your contact information.
How can you save energy when cooking your Thanksgiving dinner? Don’t open the oven door while you’re cooking! Instead, turn on the oven light and check on your food through the oven window.