The Cairo Messenger (June 2009)
The Village at Wedgewood Apartments management team welcomed a large number of community members and city and county officials Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the grand opening of their new 42-unit apartment complex.
Located at 307 17th Ave, N.W. in Cairo, Wedgewood offers new affordable one and two-bedroom beautifully landscaped apartments loaded with amenities for active adults 55 and older.
The senior complex boasts professional on-site management and 24-hour emergency maintenance. Amenities include a state-of-art fitness center, computer center, shuffleboard and horseshoe pit, picnic pavilion with tables, and a community garden. The energy efficient apartments feature washer an dryer, microwave, dishwasher, icemaker, ceiling fans, porches and outdoor storage.Property Manager Kim Palmer says Wedgewood is now leasing apartments ranging from $308 to $46 per month. For more information contact Ms. Palmer at 229-377-4100 or 229-307-0092.
Gathering at the Wedgewood community fire pit and grilling area for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday afternoon were Commissioner Elwyn Childs, Housing Authority Chairman Chuck Stafford, Mayor Richard Van-Landingham, Tommy Ward, owner of Village at Wedgewood; Margarett Roddenbery, Anne Richter, Kim Palmer, property manager; Gary Rust, senior vice president, Ambling Management; Carol Donovan (holding scissors), regional property manager; Wayne Deetz, project manager; Congressional Field Representative Wallace Sholar and Commissioner Al Ball.