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Merry & Bright

Exploring the enchanting streets of Woodside under the cover of night revealed a hidden treasure! A dazzling holiday lights display adorning Pine Needle Circle. One homeowner, Marc Nielsen of 4 Pine Needle Circle, has been illuminating the neighborhoods for the past three decades. What started as a modest endeavor has evolved into a spectacular annual… Continue reading Merry & Bright

Common Area for a Common Goal

With the change in seasons fast approaching, you will likely see more work being done in the Woodside Plantation common areas. Cold Creek Nurseries is in our community, every day, working diligently to ensure that our road sides and common areas are taken care of. Currently, Cold Creek is working on several intersection renovations throughout… Continue reading Common Area for a Common Goal

Firewise USA

Do you ever wonder who’s responsible for creating the piles of branches stacked alongside various streets within the Woodside Community?  John Carman, resident and volunteer, heads up the Firewise program in our neighborhood. Since 2015 Woodside Plantation has been a certified Firewise Community, thanks to John and a dedicated group of volunteer homeowners.  WPPOA requested… Continue reading Firewise USA

Saving the Monarchs

Woodside would like to give a round of applause to a group of butterfly enthusiasts doing special things around the CSRA. Susan Potter, Pat Dunlop, Molly French, Elaine McGowan, and Lou Anne Brossman started “The Butterfly Monarchy Club” in 2021 within Aiken, South Carolina. It is open to everyone in the CSRA area, not just… Continue reading Saving the Monarchs

Ducky, the not stuck duck.

Recently the POA received numerous calls regarding the lone duck known as Ducky of the Duck Pond on Foxhound Run. They were all very concerned that the duck was stuck. He seemed to be inside the cement overflow structure in the center of the pond and unmoving for a number of days. ADPS was called… Continue reading Ducky, the not stuck duck.