Courtesy is Contagious - Catch It

By Maryce Cunningham
Communications Committee

Have you shared a smile today, helped a neighbor lift a heavy carton, or held the door for the person entering behind you? Have you slowed down on Landings Way in observance of the speed limit or given your son or daughter the example of how to obey the rules and treat others?

All of these are examples of courtesy and the way we should be responding to others in our Landings home because we are all members of our Landings family.

In a world that is fast, furious, and contentious, our Landings community should be our refuge, our place of civility and good feelings for ourselves and our neighbors. To encourage an atmosphere of courtesy among residents, The Landings Association’s Communications Committee has launched a campaign to highlight our connection to each other – Our Home, Our Family.

Throughout the year, you will see  slogans, suggestions, and small reminders that we live in this glorious spot of natural wonder together. Our January catchphrase is “Courtesy Is Contagious – Catch It!” Look for it, grasp it, share it, and practice it. That’s what it’s like to be a family together.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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