Community Guidelines

By , 1 January, 2010, 1 Comment

These guidelines help define the purpose and spirit of the website and the Zephyrhills 100th Anniversary Facebook page. Your use of these sites is subject to these guidelines.

What you should and shouldn’t be doing:


Be positive
The sites have been created with a positive intent and we ask that you help further that intention. Share your best memories of the City and your experiences and encourage others to do the same.

Be respectful
The sites, like our real life community, have many types of people who may not think what you think, believe what you believe, or see what you see. So, be polite and respectful in your interactions with other people on the site.

Keep it clean
This is not an adult site or a site where anything goes. Any content you add ought to be “safe for work.” Everything you do here should also set an example for how you want others to talk and behave in public.

Enjoy yourself!
This is an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Make friends and remind yourself and others what makes Zephyrhills great.


Spam the site (or use it for commercial purposes)
People generally know spam when they see it. Commercial content that is not germane to a goal, or promotional content that is repeatedly posted are examples of spam. You should think twice before ever posting commercial content.

Be mean
The Internet is a wonderful place, but we have all noticed that it can also provide people with the means to insult and harass others without taking the full responsibility for their words. A community that allows that type of behavior will quickly decay, so we insist that while you are on the sites you respect the people you encounter. You are free to disagree, but you are not free to attack people simply for your amusement. If you wouldn’t say it to someone’s face, don’t say it online. If you cannot conduct yourself in a respectful manner, you will be removed.

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