To communicate with our community, the FLA Board of Trustees periodically sends email blasts to remind our members of important events and share information.
Anyone who would like information distributed in an upcoming email blast can provide the information (e.g., write-ups or flyers) to the Email Blasts Trustee.
DIGITAL NEWSLETTER - THE "FAYSON FAX"
To keep our membership informed, encourage community involvement, and create a space where we can "meet" our neighbors and share stories, the Board of Trustees publishes a quarterly digital newsletter known as the Fayson Fax, with the hope that all members who have access to email will read it, and also consider contributing to its content.
Note: For any member who does not have access to email, the Board can arrange for a printed copy of the newsletter to be picked up at the Clubhouse. We can also mail a copy to any member who is housebound.
Please consider sharing your stories, memories, and news of all kinds with your neighbors and friends by submitting photos and/or write-ups to the Fayson Fax. Simply email text documents and/or photos as attachments, along with your name and a caption, to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to include your feature in an upcoming issue.
Content areas include, but are not limited to:
Meet Your Neighbor
These are Our Kids
Creature Feature (pets/local wildlife)
Prevent Emails from being Marked as "Spam"
If you find that our email blasts and other communications are being delivered to your "spam" folder, there are a few things that you can do:
Explicitly mark Fayson Lakes Association email messages as "Not Spam." Each mail provider has a different way to do this, but here are sample instructions for Gmail and Yahoo. If you use Optimum Online, you can check your "Blocked Senders" list for email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com, and click "Unblock" if you locate them there.
Add the email addresses firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org to your mail Contacts. Here are sample instructions for Gmail, Yahoo, and Optimum Online.
The more recipients who follow the steps above, the less likely that our messages will be considered spam by mail providers, which helps us to improve communication with our members!