Summertime fun is almost here and it’s time to get outside and enjoy the Ozarks. We’re focusing on food & fitness tips this season for a healthier lifestyle. Follow our Facebook page for more recipes and fitness tips.
May 1: Rent Due
May 2: Dallas Brass Concert 7 – 9 p.m. @ Cowan Civic Center
May 5: Late Fee Applied/Cinco de Mayo 14: Mother’s Day
May 19: Last Day of School – early release 20: Junkin for Treasures 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. @ Laclede County Fair AG Barn
May 29: Memorial Day
Delicious and nutritious
1 1/2 cups ﬁnely chopped fresh spinach
2 tablespoons basil pesto, or to taste
4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
- Heat oven to 375 degrees
- Mix the spinach and pesto together in a bowl; spread half the mixture into the bottom of a glass baking dish. Place the chicken breasts onto the spinach mixture; top with the rest of the mixture. Cover the dish with aluminum foil.
- Bake until chicken is no longer pink in the center and the juices run clear, about 30 minutes. Uncover and sprinkle the Parmesan cheese. Return to the oven and bake until the cheese has begun to melt and brown, about 15 minutes.
Slow Down! The weather’s getting nicer. People are out walking. Kids are out playing. Give them a brake! Be mindful of handicap parking spaces. Police are issuing tickets.
Keep us posted, please
Please notify us if you change your telephone number, job, car, etc. It is important that we have a phone number to contact you in case of emergency.
Life on the balcony
Container plants are ideal for balcony gardening
Vegetables like peppers & tomatoes work well, as do herbs like rosemary, basil, cilantro & thyme.
A few annual plants that can be container grown are marigold, begonia, impatiens, snapdragon, and zinnia.
Container gardening supplies are available at nurseries and garden centers. The containers are usually made of ﬁber glass, ceramic or metal, and the width or container mouth decides which plant can be grown. Those with wider mouth can facilitate evaporation, and those with narrow mouth can retain water. Brown-eyed susans and petunias are great container plants that can be excellent patio decors.
Build your credit score with RentPlus
We are now oﬀering a new amenity to our Bryan Properties residents. RentPlus allows you to build or maintain your credit score simply by paying rent on time. Not only can we report your on-time payments, we will also back-report your positive payment history for up to 24 months if you sign up by June 15! See your property manager for more details. You can also learn more by going to rentplus.com.
Safety comes ﬁrst
For the safety of our residents, NO Gas or Charcoal Grills are allowed on the balcony at The Timbers. It’s a ﬁre hazard. Please feel free to use the community grills in our common areas.
We want to share some very helpful information:
- Fire needs 3 things to “live” — heat, oxygen, and food. The food could be grease, oil, carpet, or almost anything. Take away the oxygen and the ﬁre can’t live. • If you have a kitchen ﬁre, baking soda works well to put it out. Even just putting a lid on it will smother it.
- Never pour water on a grease ﬁre, it will splatter the grease up the wall and now your cabinets are on ﬁre!
- By far the most important thing to do in case of ﬁre is CALL 911!
ENJOY LIVING HERE? TELL A FRIEND!
If you know anyone looking for a great place to live, why not recommend right here in the same community you live in? If your friend, coworker, or other acquaintance comes in and rents with us, you will receive $50 in rent credit! Please make sure they use your name in their first contact with the office! If you have any questions or to set up an appointment for someone you know please feel free to give the office a call at (417) 864-6303.