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Exclusive Membership to Star Fitness Center!

Don’t forget that included with your rental agreement, all residents receive an exclusive gym membership at Star Fitness Center. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to be a healthier you! For more info, visitwww.starfitness.com.

Wit & Wisdom

“A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.”
—William Shakespeare

“A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer.”
—Bruce Lee

“Sometimes one likes foolish people for their folly, better than wise people for their wisdom.”
—Elizabeth Gaskell

“I have great faith in fools; self-confidence, my friends call it.”
—Edgar Allan Poe

“Suffer fools gladly; they may be right.”
—Holbrook Jackson

“Any fool can make a rule, and any fool will mind it.”
—Henry David Thoreau

“If I make a fool of myself, who cares? I’m not frightened by anyone’s perception of me.”
—Angelina Jolie

“Power does not corrupt men; fools, however, if they get into a position of power, corrupt power.”
—George Bernard Shaw

“Fools’ names, like fools’ faces, are often seen in public places.”
—Thomas Fuller

“To write something, you have to risk making a fool of yourself.”
—Anne Rice

“The first prerogative of an artist in any medium is to make a fool of himself.”
—Pauline Kael

Have You Heard?

Vivian Gutierrez has been promoted to Resident Accounts Manager, a position created to better serve you! Vivian works in our Miami office, maintaining your payment ledgers and any payment related questions. Vivian can be reached at (786) 623-2815 or at viviang@astorcompanies.com.

Hours of Operation

Mon–.Thurs. 5:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
Fri. 5:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Sat. 7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Sun. 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Power Up Your Dental Health

Brushing teeth at least twice a day means fewer cavities, fresher breath and less plaque. Dental plaque causes gum disease and has been linked to more serious health problems, such as heart disease and stroke. So good oral hygiene goes far beyond keeping your smile pearly white. For the most effective plaque removal, many dentists recommend power toothbrushes, which are available in two types: Rechargeable electric toothbrushes clean teeth with a small, rapidly oscillating bmsh or sonic vibration technology. Prices range from about $25 for a basic electric model to more than $100 for a top-of-the-line sonic version. Battery-operated toothbrushes are similar to manual brushes in design but provide enough vibration for extra cleaning action. They usually cost less than $10. Power toothbrushes deliver thousands of strokes per minute, whereas a very efficient manual brusher gives his teeth about 300 strokes per minute. With its larger handle, a power toothbrush is easier to grip. You simply guide the power brush head along your teeth and gum line, and no brushing motion is required—a plus for people with limited mobility. No matter what type of brush you use, consistent, thorough brushing and flossing, along with regular checkups, are essential for good dental health.

Umbrella Coverage

Showers pop up in April, and so do umbrellas. The first umbrellas actually were parasols, used to block the sun. Umbrellas are depicted in the art of ancient Egypt, Assyria and Greece, but the Chinese were the first to wax and lacquer paper parasols for rain protection. Here’s a sprirlding of facts about umbrellas:

  • The word umbrella comes from the Latin word ‘umbra,’ meaning shade.
  • The oldest written reference to a collapsible umbrella dates to 21 A.D., when Chinese emperor Wang Mang had one designed for a ceremonial caniage.
  • In 1708, Kersey‘s Dictionary described an umbrella as “a screen commonly used by women to keep off rain.‘ At the time, protecting oneself from the elements with an umbrella was considered unmanly.
  • The English call the umbrella a “brolly’ or a “gamp,’ atter Charles Dickens’ character Sairey Gamp, who nearly always toted a battered umbrella.
  • Umbrellastand. com has devised rules for “umbretiquette”—good umbrella manners. For example, when two people pass through a tight space the taller person should raise his umbrella, and you should never open an umbrella at a sporting event.

Will Misfortune Unfold?
Legend has it that opening an umbrella indoors is bad luck. This superstition probably harks back to the days when umbrellas were shields from the sun, and opening one inside was considered an insult to the sun god.

Ibis Trail at Covington Office Staff

Daniel Mower… Community Manager
Christie… Milliken Leasing Agent
Kelly Speight… Leasing Agent
Todd… Tumminello Superintendent
John Jones… Maintenance
Timothy Brim… Maintenance
Heidy Taz Painter… Ledice Cruz Housekeeping

Paying with a Money Order????

  • Complete the entire money order. DO NOT ever give someone your money order to complete for you.
  • Always keep your receipt.
  • Remember, a money order should be treated like cash; if you lose it, consider it robbed.

Pay Lease

Out of town, on the go, in a hurry — with a click of a button, there’s an easier way to make your rent payments. Register online today at www.paylease.com.

No-Frying Chicken Parmesan

Ingredients:
• 3/4 cup plain, dry bread crumbs
• 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
• 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
• 6 boneless, skinless chicken
breast halves (about 2 pounds) • 1 egg, beaten
• 1 jar pasta sauce
• 1 cup shredded, part-skim mozzarella cheese
• 12 oz. pasta, cooked and drained
Directions:
Preheat oven to 400° F. Combine bread crumbs, Italian seasoning and garlic powder in shallow dish. Dip chicken in egg, then crumb mixture; turn to coat.
Arrange chicken in 13 x 9-inch baking dish. Bake 20 minutes. Pour pasta sauce over chicken; top with cheese. Bake an additional 10 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Serve with hot pasta.

For more healthy recipes, visit
www.Culinary.net/HealthyLife.

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