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Sentry Community Manager Receives High Praise from Board President

Congratulations to Nashville Community Manager, Lindsey Farmer for recently receiving a wonderful review from Cherry Glen HOA Board President. In a recent Board Letter, The President had this to say about Lindsey’s hard work – “ Lindsey is a great asset, she is kind and professional at all times and manages more than just the...


Congratulations to Sentry-managed Village Green at Elysian Heights for a wonderful feature in the Washington Post

Congratulations to Sentry-managed Village Green at Elysian Heights, in Loudoun County Virginia, for a wonderful feature in the Washington Post.   Community Manager, Kevin Miller talks about the resident’s great pride in living in a conservancy and their work to protect the land around them. He provided the following quote: ” Potomia is a wonderful community...


Sentry Management Indianapolis Office attends Arthritis Foundation 5K Jingle Bell Run

In December 2019, Sentry Management became a national sponsor for the Arthritis Foundation.  Assistant Division Manager, Deb Williams, Senior Community Manager Kimi Schowe & Vice President Cristy McKinney participated in the 5K Jingle Bell Run around downtown Indianapolis to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation, along with collecting donations from Board Members and vendors.  We...


Sentry Management Indianapolis Host Fall Boo N Brew Team Event

In October 2019, Sentry Management was the Hayride Sponsor at the Carmel Clay Terrace Boo N Brew event.  Assistant Division Manager, Deb Williams and Vice President, Cristy McKinney had the pleasure of participating in this community building event, and passing out trick or treat candy to those who attended! Sentry Management is a community management...


5 Tips to Being A Successful New Board Member

An association is a corporation, a non-profit business. As such, the actions and decisions of the Board should reflect the best interests of the membership as a whole. Board Members must leave personal agendas at the door and work each day to put the interests of the membership first. So what’s next? Get Connected: Gather...


Utilizing Committees for Your Association

The first step to utilize a committee for your association is to create a charter. Each Committee should have written charter specifying the purpose, number of members, the identified chairperson, a description of the issue the Committee is addressing, the budget, the period for fact-finding and recommendations, and the authority given to the Committee, if...


The Value of Conducting a Board Strategy Session

A strategy session is a great way to come together as a Board and have a dialogue over what each member deems critical to the success of the association, including values, issues and goals.  Once your ideas are set in place from a few great brainstorming sessions, your team can move on to creating a...


Sentry Management’s Brevard County Forms New Management Relationship

Sentry Management’s Brevard County Space Coast Division was fortunate to begin their newest management relationship with the Oceana Oceanfront Condominium Association in Satellite Beach, Florida. Our team is thrilled to work with one of the newest and premiere Oceanfront Condominium Developments on the Space Coast. The Association is composed of 108 Units located in 2...


Nashville Community Association Manager Receives Thank You Note

Lindsey F. a Sentry Management Community Manager at the Nashville office received a thank you message from a resident who had recently purchased a new home in the Westwind Townhome community association. The message read,”Thank you so much! It is reassuring to know there are so many kind and caring people in my corner to...


Working Together During a Disaster

How a board and its manager can effectively work through most anything. Storms, natural disasters, pandemics, there is no end to the number of issues that can arise and throw an association board into a bit of a panic. Planning for every contingency is an admirable undertaking, but hardly realistic. So, where does a board begin...


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Office Access Changes

Due to COVID-19, most Sentry Management employees are working remotely, away from our offices, to support every Association.

 

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Implementing Online Board Meetings

To provide safeguards for Board and community members, we would like to suggest conducting meetings online for the immediate future.

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In this issue: Sentry Management is encouraging Boards to be proactive in matters regarding COVID-19. We encourage you to follow closely the national, state and local government recommendations as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).