Katie Scheibel and her family have called Rodrock Development’s Wyndham Park home for some 16 years. “Our neighborhood is a very active, close-knit community, and people really go above and beyond to help each other out,” she says. “Whether it’s shoveling an older couple’s driveway or helping with their pets while they’re away—our neighbors are caring and dependable.”
Katie Scheibel and her family have called Rodrock Development’s Wyndham Park home for some 16 years. “Our neighborhood is a very active, close-knit community, and people really go above and beyond to help each other out,” she says. “Whether it’s shoveling an older couple’s driveway or helping with their pets while they’re away—our neighbors are caring and dependable.” Submitted photo
Katie Scheibel and her family have called Rodrock Development’s Wyndham Park home for some 16 years. “Our neighborhood is a very active, close-knit community, and people really go above and beyond to help each other out,” she says. “Whether it’s shoveling an older couple’s driveway or helping with their pets while they’re away—our neighbors are caring and dependable.” Submitted photo

Rodrock Development asks residents to nominate their “Nicest Neighbor”

November 03, 2017 12:00 AM

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