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WaterWays opens welcome center
WaterWays ribbon cutting
The ribbon is cut on WaterWays Townships new HeadWaters Welcome Cottage on Sept. 16. From left, Ted Flake, Keller Enterprises; Paul Fletcher, Fletcher Management Company; Vance Askew, WaterWays Township; Ron Lamm, Fletcher Management Company; Doug Davis, Fletcher Management Company; Gennifer Mix, WaterWays Township; Mike Sisco, Chairman, Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce; Brittany Askew, WaterWays Township; and Carter Infinger, Bryan County commissioner. - photo by Photo provided.

WaterWays Township, a 2,300-acre master-planned community in South Bryan, recently announced the opening of the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage and held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 16.

Built to serve as the central location for information about WaterWays, the cottage is equipped to share details on home-ownership opportunities, the community’s lifestyle offerings and scheduled events within WaterWays and events in the Richmond Hill and Savannah areas.

The 3,100-square-foot structure is nestled in “The Pastures,” the open space located along WaterWays Parkway near the community entrance.

“After months of meticulous planning, we are overjoyed to officially welcome guests to the new HeadWaters Welcome Cottage,” said Vance Askew, marketing director of WaterWays Township. “More than just a hub for information, the welcome cottage is a perfect example of the low-country lifestyle and quality of homes that truly set WaterWays apart.”

For more information on WaterWays Township, call 912-445-0299 or email

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