SEPO E-News E-Mail Guidelines

Revision 6 - Updated 07-14-2021

Sending Community E-Mails is a ‘public service’ to Sunshine residents performed by a SEPO Resident Volunteer. Guidelines have been developed to help everyone know what WILL and what WILL NOT be sent to Sunshine Residents and Renters who are on the SEPO E-News E-Mail Distribution List.

If you, or any other Resident or Renter you know, is not on the distribution list but would like to be, please send the request to be added (which should also include the Sunshine residence address) to

Thank you for your cooperation with this attempt to provide structure to the information that will be distributed via e-mail. I do believe the SEPO E-Mails are an excellent form of communication to the Community.


Please call with questions, etc.

Beth Parrish

Sunshine Country Club E-News



  1. E-mails you would like to have distributed to the Sunshine community should be sent to from your e-mail account and not via a Phone Call or Text.

  2. E-Mails that CAN BE SENT to the Community:

    • SEPO Board and SEPO Office announcements that affect the Community.

    • “Information/reminders etc about Sunshine Events / Committees / Clubs / Meetings etc. that are listed on the Sunshine Web site HERE.

    • Items that have been Lost or Found.

    • Notice of a Garage Sale within Sunshine. You should list:

      • Who is having the sale (Contact Info, i.e. Phone #, Optional)

      • Address of the Sale

      • Days, Dates & Times

      • Type of Items for Sale (optional)

    • Items you may have 'for sale' or that you are 'looking to buy' that have a deadline they need to be sold or purchased by, such as Concert Tickets.

    • E-mails concerning the following can be sent by adhering to the guidelines listed on the Web site HERE for each of these categories.​

      • Sunshine Resident Home for Sale or Rent.

      • For Sale or Free Household etc items.

      • Looking For items.

  3. E-Mails that CAN BE SENT to the Community WITH QUALIFICATIONS:
    An e-mail from a resident that states the Board of Directors has ‘said’ or ‘approved‘ something can be sent if it contains the resident’s signature and information to ‘prove’ that all members of the Board have approved the e-mail can be sent to the Community.

  4. E-Mails that CANNOT BE SENT to the Community:

    1. E-mails that do not contain the signature of the composer.

    2. Personal opinions.

    3. E-mails advertising non-Sunshine events.