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Community News “Lincoln is our name and Housing is our Game!!” Become one of our residents where you are treated to some of the best amenities offered worldwide. $500* to those that sign a lease OR to those that refer a friend that signs a lease by the end of the month. *Some restrictions apply. Contact the District Office at (240)895-0380 for details.

What’s Inside

Breakfast on the Go Friday, September 9 Labor Day Monday, September 5. Our offices will be closed in observation of the holiday.

Proudly serving the residents of our Patuxent River Neighborhoods

We Will Never Forget.....

September 2016

(Bill information courtesy of Wikipedia.com)

We united as a country centered on this mantra, which somehow gave every American the strength to cope with the days to follow. It somehow comforted America in the days, weeks, years after the terrorist attacks on our soil on September 11, 2001. Patriot Day is observed as the National Day of Service and Remembrance in memory of the 2,977 people killed in the attacks. A bill to make September 11 a national day of mourning was introduced in the U.S. House on October 25, 2001 by Rep. Vito Fossella (R-NY) with 22 co-sponsors, comprised of eleven Democrats and eleven Republicans. The bill requested that the President designate September 11 as Patriot Day. Joint Resolution 71 passed the House by a vote of 407–0 and the bill passed the Senate unanimously on November 30. President George W. Bush signed the resolution into law on December 18 as Pub.L. 107–89. On September 4, 2002, President Bush used the authority of the resolution to proclaim September 11, 2002, as the first Patriot Day. The United States of America is still the BEST country in the world. Over the years, this nation has been deemed as one of the greatest and most powerful in the world. While these attacks were meant to destroy us, they did not. We united and will never forget. In the hours after September 11, we came together as one to answer the attacks on our homeland. The resiliency of America showed brightly in the months to follow as neighbor helped neighbor and new friends were made during the difficult months ahead. Just months before this tragedy, Lincoln Property Company was set to begin a new era of military housing. After this attack, we recommitted ourselves to serving those that were on the battlefield protecting our nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic. As Lincoln Military Housing, our commitment to the men and women of the US Armed Forces has never wavered. We stand beside you as you fight for us each day and it is our honor to serve you and your families. “Every Mission Begins At Home” is the tag line on our letterhead and it is engrained in our hearts. We know the key to mission success is a happy, healthy home, which is why our battle cry can be heard from our Lincoln family from coast to coast. We are here to ensure your family is well taken care of from our superb Housing staff to the knowledgeable Maintenance team to the friendly Community Services Department. We stand together in this mission to serve and we will NEVER forget!

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DISTRICT STAFF

District Manager: Mara Zingg Resident Manager: Anna Behm Housing Manager: Ronni Davis Bookkeeper: Jennifer Peek Customer Service Representatives: Kayla Bean & Adrianna Parillo Maintenance Supervisor: Robert Staff Service Coordinator: Patricia Reeves Maintenance Technicians: Tim Dlouhy, Marcel King, Bernie Ford, JoJo Medley, & David MacPherson Groundskeepers: Deonte Banks & Quinton Ridgell

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DISTRICT OFFICE

21967 Cuddihy Rd., Bldg 2371 Patuxent River, MD 20670 240-895-0380 Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Sunday Closed

Important Telephone Numbers Lincoln At Your Service: 888-578-4141 Emergencies: Call 911 or 301-342-3208 Fire: 301-342-3911 Police Non Emergencies: 301-757-4667 Fire Non Emergencies: 301-342-3844 Poison Control: 800-492-2414 Fleet and Family Support Center: 301-342-4911 Morale, Recreation, and Welfare: http://www.cnic.navymil/patuxent/ FleetandFamilyRediness Operation Homefront: 800-779-5903 Base Weather/Emergency: 301-342-3175

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

Point Of Contact: Shayla Newmann POC Email: [email protected] POC Phone: 540-663-2190

Sneak Peek

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District News

Partner Information/City Events

School is back in session, so please be extra cautious of school buses and children crossing the street.

ITT has access to hundreds of discount tickets and hotels on the military voucher program. If you are traveling, ask what we have available for you. Call 301-342-3648 for more information.

Please remember to register your pets with the housing office. Also note, there is a two pet maximum per household. If you currently own or planning to purchase a firearm, make sure you register it with security. Firearms and ammunition must be stored separately from each other in a locked cabinet, out of reach of children.

Relocating Within LMH

Dahlgren: Townhomes Lincoln Military Housing (and its parent company, Lincoln Property Company) offer a wide selection of housing for service members and their families. Each month a district will be featured so that you can learn more about what Lincoln has to offer within its communities across the United States. 55 miles south of Washington DC, Dahlgren is located in the historic Northern Neck of Virginia. Framed by water between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers and adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay, this historic area enjoys mild weather with average winter temperatures in the 30s and summer temperatures in the 90s. Lincoln Military Housing provides 203 homes within five communities that serve the Naval Support Activity South Potomac at Dahlgren. One of these communities is the Dahlgren Townhomes, serving E1-O3. The Townhome community offers spacious two and four bedroom homes with an attached garage, central heating and air conditioning, privacy fences, and more. Within the community, you will find playgrounds, basketball courts, walking trails, and picnic areas. Base amenities include a movie theater, fitness center, bowling alley, library, exchange, and commissary. There is a two pet maximum for either cats or dogs. Younger residents attend the renowned Dahlgren schools (Pre-K through 8th grade) located on base at the only DoD Navy school in the country. King George Middle and King George High Schools are just minutes away from the base for older kids. The dynamic Community Services department has a mission: “To improve the quality of life for our military residents through programs designed to strengthen personal connections between neighbors and to partner with like-minded local organizations to support this goal”. To learn more about this fantastic community, contact Tameka Hart-Freeman, District Manager at [email protected] com or call the District Office at 540-663-2190. You can also visit MilitaryHomesToday.com to view listings from around the country.

Join Us for Free LMH Activities Breakfast on the Go

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so let Lincoln take care of it for you with a FREE Chick-fil-a meal. You don’t even have to get out of your car. Pull up, tell us what you would like and we’ll deliver it right to your car window. Stop by to grab your fuel for the day! Food will be available while supplies last!

Date: Friday, September 9 This is an OPEN event. No RSVPs required. For details on this exciting event, please visit our website at www.Lincoln MilitaryResident.com and log on with your tenant ID. Your ID is located on your YES energy bill.

Recipe Corner

Shredded Pork with Mushrooms

Courtesy of http://www.readyseteat.com

Short on time but want to provide your family with a quality meal? Try this slow cooker recipe. Ingredients: • No-stick cooking spray • 3 pounds boneless pork shoulder, cut into large pieces • 2 cans (14.5 each) diced tomatoes with spicy red pepper, undrained • 1 can of 6 oz tomato paster • 1 package of .87 oz pork gravy mix • 3 tablespoonse packed brown sugar • 1 package of 8 oz sliced fresh mushrooms Directions: 1. Spray inside of the 4 to 5 quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Combine remaining ingredients in slow cooker. 2. Cover, cook on LOW for 8 to 10 hours or on HIGH for 4 to 6 hours or until meat is tender. (Note: Keep a watchful eye on the appliance during the usage.) Separate the pork into smaller pieces and serve.

Add your favorite vegetable and side item (such as rice, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, etc) for a complete meal.

Coloring Page

Living Green Tips September: Going Green for School • Getting a new computer or other electronics for school? Make sure to purchase energy efficient models. To dispose of old computers, contact a local school or non-profit organization and ask if they could use your computer. • Use reusable lunch bags for children’s lunch. Pack healthy fruits and vegetables instead of prepackaged snacks and a reusable water bottle or thermos for their drinks instead of prepackaged drinks. Check Pinterest for kid friendly lunch ideas. • Academic paper use generates mountains of waste—28 pounds per year for each student, teacher and staff member in one New York City school alone. Choose processed chlorine free (PCF) paper, avoiding releases of dioxin and mercury in the bleaching process, and the highest percentages of recycled post-consumer waste (PCW) available. • Choosing refillable pens and pencils will not only save on waste, but will also save your wallet! • Use rechargeable batteries for calculators instead of buying new ones every time they die. • If clothes still fit, encourage children to wear them and just mix in a few new pieces instead of buying all new clothes. If they no longer fit, donate them to charity where someone will be able to use them or sell them to a consignment shop. • Cover school books in paper instead of plastic. Not only will it protect children’s books, it will be environmentally friendly and they can decorate it to fit their own personal style. • As always, set a good example for your children by reducing, reusing, and recycling! It will make a difference!

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