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27 Apr 2015

Welcome to the (digital) neighborhood!

Buy a home in Reunion and you get a community along with it. You’ll find an especially friendly vibe here, as residents often attest. And our 21,000-square-foot rec center brings people together to work out, play sports, and share special events like spring garden shows and Fourth of July fireworks.

Reunion is "ahh...some"

Reunion is “ahh…some”

But given that this is 2015, people invariably find ways to connect digitally, too. Case in point: our Facebook page, which played a crucial role in saving Christmas for new Reunion resident JoRae Gamble and her Yorkie, Xena.

Just one day after moving into Reunion, on Dec. 23rd Xena got lost after a gate was left open. JoRae posted a plea for help on the Reunion Facebook page. Reunion reposted the notice on the newsfeed, a resident found the dog, contacted Reunion via Facebook, and Xena was home safe and sound within four hours. Whew! Reunion’s Facebook page is also just a great place to pick up fun activity ideas and share photos of events, or another stunning Reunion sunrise, as this resident did one morning.

Photo Courtesy of Amy York

Photo Courtesy of Amy York

Another good resource is the Reunion Metro District Facebook page. This is your go-to source for information on rec center happenings and community fun. Like volleyball registration. Kids ‘n Canvas events. A 5k walk/run. Or discounted Nuggets tickets for you and your neighbors to snap up.

Instagram is another venue for sharing your favorite photos of sunsets, fireworks, or last weekend’s moments of sheer awesomeness on your kid’s soccer team. Use the hashtag #ReunionCO and post away. You never know who will love seeing what you’ve captured.

Photo Courtesy of Mr. Ken Paul--Sunlit Ltd

Photo Courtesy of Mr. Ken Paul–Sunlit Ltd

And don’t forget Pinterest. Reunion is building some boards that might give you just the ideas you need for decorating your new home, feeding your kids well, and enjoying family time even more.


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