It’s that time again! We had our annual meeting last month, we’ve elected new section leaders, and put together a crime watch committee and a membership committee.
Now we need your financial support! Your $45 annual dues pay for entrance maintenance and future renovations (including monthly electric and water bills), neighborhood events, the HFNA website, email software, our legal defense fund (which we might need if, for example, a bridge connecting one of our streets to a street across the creek is ever proposed), and other miscellaneous items that make our neighborhood one of the best in Charlotte!
The Huntingtowne Farms Ladies club will get together once more before summer kicks into high gear. Please join HFLC members for a book swap on Thursday, June 1, at 7 p.m. at the SouthPark Swim and Tennis Club Gazebo (2200 Huntingtowne Farms Lane).
Bring two books to swap—novels, non-fiction, cookbooks, coffee table books . . . anything but children’s books. BYOB and if you don’t want to swap books, come anyway!
The HFLC holds social gatherings every month or two (except during the summer). The events are very casual and give women in the neighborhood a chance to catch up and have fun.
Not on the Ladies Club mailing list or want to know more? Please email Kim Riddle.
The 2017 HFNA annual meeting was held on Monday, April 24, at Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School.
CMPD crime and safety update
Officer Smith from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department reported that our neighborhood has seen little criminal activity so far this year.
Crimes of opportunity, such as thefts from unlocked vehicles, are almost always the most common crimes in our area. Officer Smith reminded attendees of some basic safety tips: Lock your car. Don’t leave valuables in your car. If you’re away from home, make it look like someone is there (leave lights on timers, have someone get your mail, etc.).
Continue reading “Highlights from the HFNA annual meeting”
The work to connect the Little Sugar Creek Greenway from Brandywine Road to Huntingtowne Farms Park continues. According to Gwen Cook of Mecklenburg County Parks and Rec, the segment running from Park Road Park to Archdale Drive is almost complete.
Continue reading “Greenway update”
Thanks to everyone who voted! And the winners are . . . .
Continue reading “Spring Yard Awards: The votes are in!”
On April 25, CMS superintendent Ann Clark unveiled a new student assignment plan, which, if approved by the school board at its May 24 meeting, would take effect starting with the 2018-19 school year.
Continue reading “CMS student assignment proposal: No changes to HFES attendance zone”