The “Voice” Of Lake Jovita Gets A Facelift

Like our community, our community newsletter has come of age. Earlier this year, the HOA replaced the Homeowner News with Lake Jovita Life—and the publication is proving to take on a life all its own.
Before & After

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The first issue after the reinvention was released in February of this year, with a hole-by-hole description for playing the North Course as its cover story. When it hit the mailbox, Bill and Cee Cee Reed emailed this:
“What a “beyond fabulous” publication. We enjoyed it so much! We commend and salute you in your pursuit of excellence within our beautiful Lake Jovita community!”
Enter the Spring/Summer issue

When the Spring/Summer issue arrived, it featured the wildly popular sport of Pickelball, and further cemented the HOA’s commitment to creating a publication that truly reflects the quality and style of our community.

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“I was blown away by issue number one and then the second issue was even better. I can’t wait to see what the Fall issue brings,” said Jean Larkin Weightman.
“Our goal has always been to provide information the residents need to know in an entertaining way,” said Donna Clark, Lake Jovita’s HOA/Community Liaison. “The response has been incredibly positive, and we’re happy to be able to bring this magazine to our residents.”
What’s coming up:
The Fall issue, now underway, will be released in early September and will feature Pro Tips for Playing the South Course, Healthy Options, a look at Dade City’s vibrant healthcare climate, and The Event Planner’s Guide To Lake Jovita–how-to tips for getting the most out of our fantastic venue. The cover story will be Meet the Sisters Of The Holy Name Priory, a feature on the history and future of the Benedictine sisters of Saint Leo. There will also be a story entitled Getting In The Swing, a feature on the Tennis Center and pro Bobby Gillespie. Service Directory is included in this issue, so if you have any additions, please send them to Donna Clark by August 1.

The winter issue will be published by early December, 2016. It will feature Home for the Holidays, a look at what’s happening in our community for the season, Neighbors Helping Others, a feature on the philanthropic nature of residents, and the Greater Dade City Area Restaurant Guide, a guide to something for every palette.

If you have a story idea to share, please contact the Editor, Jennifer Frazier, by calling 813-991-2334 or via email at

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