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Social Committee Volunteers Needed!
Thursday, February 29th, 7:00PM at 407 Fontaine Drive
Hello Neighbors! 

Are you looking to get involved in the neighborhood!? The Founders Pointe Social Committee is looking for members/volunteers! 

If you are interested in joining us, we're planning to meet on Thursday, Feb 29 at 7pm to plan our the 2024 social calendar. 407 Fontaine Dr. Please RSVP if you plan to join us! 

Easter Egg Hunt details coming soon!

Founders Pointe History

Founders Pointe has a rich and complex history. Originally the land of the Stonegrave Indians, it was part of a land grant given to Major Anthony Sharpe, a veteran of the Revolutionary War. At that time it was called Poplar Grove due to its tall poplar trees.

Major Sharpe sold 640 acres to Abram Maury in 1799. Maury surveyed and laid out the town of Franklin that same year. Maury quickly rose to a position of prominence, becoming a state senator and a member of the U.S. Congress. A nearby county was named after him.

Maury's homestead was located on what is now Founders Pointe. The family cemetery still resides within the community.