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The Charleston Office Held a Donation Drive for Veterans at Patriot Villas

The Charleston office collected personal hygiene items for Patriot Villas, a local condominium that provides affordable housing for veterans. Weekly “Free Pantry” days are held where residents can come and pick up personal hygiene and non-perishable food items. With uncertain times for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Charleston staff worked to get items to...


Two Charleston Community Managers Receive Foundation Principle Awards

Two Community Association Managers from the Charleston office, Connie Riley-Smith, CMCA®, and Russ Johnson were each awarded Foundation Principle Awards for their performance in 2019. In order to win the Foundation Principle award, an employee must be nominated by several co-workers or by senior management for exemplifying the foundation principles of Sentry Management and providing...


South Carolina COVID-19 Update

To stay up to date on the latest about the Cornovirus in South Carolina, visit https://www.scdhec.gov/infectious-diseases/viruses/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19. At Sentry, our highest priority is the safety of our employees and our communities.  We also have the goal of ensuring the work of the community continues during these difficult days so that your neighborhood continues to be a...


Kiawah River Community Featured in Forbes Magazine

The Kiawah River is a Sentry-managed planned community located near Charleston, South Carolina that was recently featured in a recent Forbes article. Kiawah is an environmentally friendly community made up of a mixture of cottages and villas set on 2,000 acres located close to the sea. The community features a 100-acre farm onsite. Sentry Management...


Charleston Office Donates Items to Local Children’s Hospital

The Sentry Management Charleston office was the recipient of a gift card. The staff voted to donate the funds to purchase items for the Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital. The items donated will be given out in the hospital to help fill their time and make them more comfortable during their stay at...


Sentry Charleston Staff Volunteers at Medical University of SC Urban Farm

The Charleston, SC office spent an afternoon volunteering at the Medical University of South Carolina’s Urban Farm. The Urban Farm focuses on farm management, garden education, sustainability, produce distribution, nutritional programming, and community outreach. The Sentry staff members helped pull up summer plants to prep beds for the fall plantings. They also removed shrubs and...


Charleston Staff Volunteer at Local Ronald McDonald House

Community Managers and other staff members from the Sentry Management Charleston office volunteered at the local Ronald McDonald House as a part of the Giving Smiles program. The staff spent the afternoon making treats for the families and the children staying at the facility. Among the treats that they made, were cookies and cupcakes made...


North Charleston Office Sponsors Booth at CAI Trade Show

The North Charleston office recently sponsored a booth at the 2019 South Carolina chapter Community Associations Institute (CAI) trade show. Sentry Community Association Managers and Division Managers spent the day manning the booth and speaking with local board members, vendors, and other community management professionals. “As a new community manager for Sentry Management, I got...


Local Homeowner Sends Note of Appreciation to Charleston Community Manager

A member of the McKewn Property Owners Association left a note for local community association manager, Connie Smith. The note said “Our Property Manager, Connie, has been a God-send! She is personable, very responsive to the Community and the Board (something we have not enjoyed until joining with Sentry). The note went on to say...


Sentry Charleston Hosts Successful Donation Drive

The Charleston office recently hosted a successful food drive for the Lowcountry Blessing Box Project, collecting over 100 items in total. Blessing Boxes are stocked with non-perishable food items, basic toiletries, baby supplies, and anything else that might be considered a blessing to someone who finds themselves in need. These items are anonymously donated and...


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Office Access Changes

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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).