Sweetwater is a premiere gated, deed restricted community with 129 homes. Quiet and secluded, Sweetwater is nestled within the Pam Callahan nature preserve and surrounded by the waters of old Tampa Bay and Sweetwater Creek. Although private and surrounded by nature, Sweetwater is in the heart of the Tampa Bay area ideally located close to major highways, Tampa International Airport, the city's best shopping and restaurants, downtown, and local beaches.
FEBRUARY 2019 SWEETWATER NEWSLETTER
oOOps! A big mistake was made in our January Newsletter forgot to welcome
all of our new neighbors! Since we have been somewhat remiss in sending out
newsletters, we welcome neighbors since 2017.
Aaron & Aon Kling (2017)
Mike & Patty Lamia (2017
David & Stacey Koval (2017)
Artemis & James Emslie (2017)
Todd & Jennifer Brymer (2018)
Kirk & Amanda Bristol (2018)
Dr. William & Judith Angell (2018)
Berencie Gomez (2018)
Debra Robbins & Mario Pereira (2018)
Jim & Karen Haitz (2018)
Mark & Angela McClure (2019)
Welcome to all of you to this wonderful neighborhood community.
February Party hosted by Ed and Rachael Dalton was a big hit with neighbors,
many of whom dressed to the theme. Thank you Ed and Rachel.
Michael Lentz, Mike McElroy, Jack Kenndy
Jack & Wendi Kennedy
Valentine's Day Celebration - a wonderful dinner was served to 70 people from
our communities of Dana Shores, Pelican Island, and Sweetwater. Many
Sweetwater residents attended and had a great time. Thanks to the RPGC Chef.
Just a couple of tables of our neighbors having a great time.
March Party Scheduled for Friday, March 15, 2019, at Mike & Marie McElroy's
home, 4207 Deepwater, 6:30 p.m. Come dressed in your St. Patrick's outfits if
you desire and lets all celebrate St. Patrick's Day together!
Ray and Kathleen Hyer will be hosting our Cinco de Mayo party on Friday, May 3,
2019. More to follow on this.
If you wish to open your home for a neighborhood party please let Marie McElroy
This just in from Hillsborough County "Invaders Take Root in . . . Your Yard."
Please help our ecosystem by not planting the invasive plants such as Asparagus
Fern, Air potato, or Mexican Petunia. Many of us have these plants in our yards.
According to the county, these types of aggressive plants displace native and non-
native adaptive greenery and can take over our existing natural ecosystems.