Sunflower Community informed
with the latest news and announcements.
The Sunflower Communicator newsletter was established by the Board of Directors as a service to community residents. A newsletter will be sent out as an email whenever there is important information to share with the community – for example, announcements, cancellations or corrections. Note that the newsletters do not take the place of the Sun Catcher or the Sunflowerliving Website.
To read past issues of the Sunflower Communicator that you might have missed:
and follow the instructions in the footnote at the bottom of the table.
Please note that the Communicator is intended for residents and employees
of the Sunflower Community.
To sign up, fill out this Subscription Form and click “Subscribe to list”. Don't forget to check the “I'm not a robot” box that appears when you submit the form. If you encounter problems or have questions, send an email to .
In addition to newsletters, you will receive occasional short notes concerning a special event, schedule change, safety issue, etc.
If you should decide to cancel your subscription, just click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the last Communicator email that you received. If you want to change your email address, click the “Update your preferences” link at the bottom of the email.
Signing up for the Communicator will NOT result in your email address being added to the Association's email database. Likewise, providing your email address to the Association – e.g., giving it to a Service Coordinator at the front desk – will NOT result in you being subscribed to the newsletter.
Some email programs, as well as email providers, will sometimes treat newsletter emails as “spam”. To help ensure that Communicator emails are not flagged as “spam” (or “junk”), please add the email address SFcom@sunflowerliving.com to your email program’s contacts list (or address book) and, if possible, to your email provider’s “whitelist”. (Or, if allowed by your email system, just the domain name sunflowerliving.com.)
If your email app requests a name to go with the SFcom email address, just make up something.