I have been asked by Joe Elliott, Wildwood Commissioner (Group 3), to provide you all with information on some important changes being discussed. SEE THE BELOW FLYER FOR INFORMATION.
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest CPR/AED Program: The Director of the Villages Property Owners Association is asking if we want to be involved in a program to ensure we have volunteers here in Fenney that would want to help coordinate and participate in getting the "CPR/AED" program set up in our part of Fenney. He is looking for volunteers to help get this off the ground here in Fenney West. If you are interested, please contact Mr. Torname. See below for details he provided:
" CPR/AED Community Emergency Alert Program The POA has launched a new partnership with the Villages Public Safety Department (VPSD) to proliferate the neighborhood automatic external defibrillator (AED) program. Our Villages’ AED program is one of the best in class life saving initiatives that has exceeded the cardiac arrest national survival rate by multiple times. This AED initiative currently covers some 25% of all homes in America’s Friendliest Hometown leaving much room to expand. The POA has created a neighborhood presentation to encourage nonparticipating areas to get involved in getting their units underway. Neighborhood coordinators are needed to initiate and shepherd the effort to become an AED community. The presentation answers the questions of necessity, how it works, and recurring and non-recurring costs associated with the program. Presentations are available for your neighborhood by calling Cliff Weiner, 352-418-7372 or Sal Torname, 352-350-2218"
Entrance Closure for Village of Fenney at Warm Springs Avenue and Fenney Way
The Fenney Way Roadway and Entrance at Warm Springs Avenue will be closed for construction and asphalt paving beginning on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. The closing will be for approximately three weeks.
The Village of Fenney residents are advised to use County Road 501 for access during the closure.
Margary LaPoint, resident in Bougainvillea Villas here in Fenney, literally saved a life in October. Seeing her neighbor fall, she quickly jumped into action. Her Nursing career background became a critical factor in determining the correct actions to take! See the article below!!