Local Marketing Pro To Take The Reins at Lake Anna’s Top-Selling Newspaper

Jen BaileyAll Articles, Featured, Issue 104, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

After five years under current ownership, the Lake Anna Breeze™ newspaper will soon be acquired. Local marketing professional, Jennifer Bailey, who also owns the digital marketing agency, Reclaim Your Marketing, will acquire the publication effective January 1, 2024. Bailey will add the publication to her portfolio of marketing tools along with her current digital marketing (web site construction, search engine …

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Lake Anna Embraces Digital Transformation with the Launch of lakeanna.online™

Jen BaileyAll Articles, Business, Featured, Issue 104, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Lake Anna, December 1st, 2023 — Lake Anna residents and enthusiasts have a new digital hub to explore and connect with their community. Today marks the official launch of lakeanna.online, a comprehensive online platform that consolidates all things Lake Anna, providing residents and visitors alike with a one-stop destination for information, services, and community engagement. In …

The Annual Lake Anna Breezy Awards 2023

Jen BaileyAll Articles, Community, Featured, Issue 104, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

Recognizing Amazing People Who Make Lake Anna Better For All Of Us Lake Anna is not a city…or a town…or a county. Lake Anna straddles Louisa, Spotsylvania and Orange counties. So..what is Lake Anna? Lake Anna is a community. If you have spent much time at Lake Anna, you probably know that it’s a very special place. The gorgeous views, …

[Real Estate] Trends of 2023: Niche Markets and Mortgage Musings – Let’s Dance in the Rain!

Tiffany HazelwoodAll Articles, Issue 104, Lake Anna Real Estate, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023, Tiffany Hazlewood Leave a Comment

By Tiffany Hazelwood As 2023 comes to a close, one of the biggest things we will happily bid farewell to will be the fickle fate of mortgage rates! When the ball drops at midnight, join me in raising a glass to a more forgiving 2024! But let’s take a look at where we’ve been as an indication of where we’re …

New Robotics Club Inspires Future Engineers

Jennifer ChristianAll Articles, Community, Featured, Guest Writer, Issue 104, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

By Jennifer Christian LASER (Louisa Area Students Educational Robotics) launched this year with a mission to provide students in our area with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) skills for life through robotics. LASER started their inaugural season with three teams of elementary and middle school students who are participating in Vex IQ robotics competitions (VIQRC). These competitions provide open-ended …

[Lake Anna Living] 4 Landscaping Ideas to Create the Yard of Your Dreams

Bill SiewertAll Articles, Bill Siewart, Issue 104, Lake Anna Living, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

By Bill Siewart All homeowners want to take pride in a beautiful yard, yet generating landscaping ideas can be overwhelming and frustrating. Fortunately, you can use simple guidelines to structure your landscaping plans—follow a theme, create outdoor rooms, incorporate color and texture, and more. Plus, you don’t have to do it alone; affordable local landscapers can help you design and …

[Photos] A Farewell to Autumn at Lake Anna

Jen BaileyAll Articles, Best Shot Photos, Featured, Issue 104, Lake Anna Living, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

As the vibrant hues of autumn gracefully yield to the impending embrace of winter, we find solace in bidding farewell to the fleeting beauty that once adorned the landscapes. In this collection of photographs, we embark on a visual journey capturing the essence of the changing seasons at Lake Anna. Each image encapsulates the melancholic yet enchanting transition from the …

[Lake Anna Living] Cutalong Hole No. 7

Jen BaileyAll Articles, Issue 104, Lake Anna Living, The Breeze™, The Breeze™ 2023 Leave a Comment

The uphill nature of the par-3 seventh hole originally brought to mind a H.S. Colt hole at Wentworth (West) in England, a pedestal surrounded by bunkers, but as construction commenced the seventh morphed more into something that an American architect like William S. Flynn or Perry Maxwell often produced, a shelf green with a perilous left edge countered by plenty …