We are approaching the Annual WHPOA meeting on May 3rd. This meeting is when we the WHPOA board election takes place. This is an important event and we hope that there will be a good number of members that will meet up. As we mentioned previously all the board positions are open. There are some candidates that have shown interest to take over the board positions and we look forward to welcoming them once they get elected.
Also the May 3rd meeting will be a combined annual meeting (elections) and regular board meeting so here is the tentative agenda:
Annual meeting and board elections
Budget and financial status review
Update on pool renovation project
Update from Commons Director
Life guard recruitment
Pool party coordinator
We look forward to meeting as many of you as possible on May 3rd !
Saturday, May 1st, at 9:00 AM, will be our annual Spring Clean Up! Last year brought several neighbors together to help get our commons area spruced up and looking good! We would love to see this happen again this year! With your help, this can happen in a matter of a few hours on a Saturday morning!
This year, we would like to help beautify our entrances with some low maintenance perennials. If you are splitting any from your own garden and would like to donate to the neighborhood, that would be fantastic! We’re looking for plants like Black Eyed Susans, Tiger Lillies, as well as ground cover type plants like Phlox. These plants will bring color and beauty without having to water them morning, noon and night!
We will need to work on our typical clean up as well which includes trash pick up, weed pulling, spreading mulch, spraying Round Up in the parking lot etc. so please bring whatever gardening tools you have on hand and come on out and enjoy what we hope to be a beautiful, sunny, spring morning! As always, refreshments will be served as well as 10 free pool passes to each individual who comes out to help!!!! See you there!
If you have any questions, please call our commons director, Joanna Post, at 776-7033.
The WHPOA board is happy to announce Joanna Post as our new neighborhood commons director. Joanna will be taking over for Deb Halbert. A big thanks goes to Deb for doing a fantastic job as commons director this past year.
Joanna’s primary responsibility is to plan and organize our neighborhood events. Speaking of events, we have a couple coming up soon. The Easter egg hunt is scheduled for Saturday, March 27, at 10:30 AM10 AM. Kids up to 12 years of age are welcome to participate. The annual Spring clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, May 1st, at 9:00 AM. Both events will take place in the commons/pool area.
Feel free to contact Joanna if you have any questions or ideas concerning events in our neighborhood.