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Show Your Child’s Creativity!

It’s that time of year again for The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developer’s (H.A.N.D) Children Art Contest.  Last year a resident from Overland Gardens Apartments in Landover, MD took home the runner-up prize. Her submission perfectly exemplified the theme, My Favorite Part of My Home and we hope to repeat the accomplishment. This year HAND is asking children […]

Shape Up For Spring

Get in shape this spring. Below you will find easy workout routines based on equipment you can use right in the comfort of your own home.     **Remember to consult with your physician before beginning an exercise regime. Equipment: Yoga Mat Sturdy Chair Exercise Ball   Warm up/ Cool Down Yoga stretches are a great way […]

Creative Storage Solutions

One of the common concerns about making the decision to move to a particular apartment home is whether it has enough space for your things. Many apartment homes are designed to maximize available storage, but if you find yourself wanting to minimize clutter, here are just a few of many possible suggestions which will help to make your apartment home an even more enjoyable environment.One of the common concerns about making the decision to move to a particular apartment home is whether it has enough space for your things.

Elkton Officials Tour Villages at Belle Hill

The Villages at Belle Hill hosted a tour of the community for Elkton Mayor, Joseph Fisona and Commissioner of Elkton, Mary Jo Jablonski. Ms. Jablonski is also the Director of the Elkton Chamber & Alliance and the Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Cecil County. Regional Manager for the community, Deb Hindman, and Scott Link of the Stavrou Companies were tour guides for the guests of honor.

The Villages at Belle Hill – New Residents Moving In

New residents have started moving into their new manor home apartments at The Villages at Belle Hill, Humphrey Management’s and Stavrou Associates’, newest thriving community in Elkton, Maryland. Three buildings have been completed and 24 families will move in during the month of October, with full occupancy of all of the 84 manor home apartments expected in November.