We on the HFNA Board of Directors want to make sure that all residents have someone to contact in case self-isolation or mandated quarantine prevents a neighbor from being able to get to the grocery store, pick up medicines, or any other needed activity.
If you need assistance, whether it is borrowing a cup of flour or going to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription, please contact one of the HFNA board members listed below. They will take your contact information and what you need, and then connect you with a neighbor who will be happy to assist!
Kim Riddle: 704-763-1226 John Sechrist: 770-289-9134 Matthew Ridenhour : 704-880-4916
We are also trying to build a pool of folks to call on when we get requests which may be in the next few days to weeks. Please sign up below if you are able to help a neighbor in need. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904094da9a82ea46-neighbors
In these uncertain and challenging times, we hope to use this as an opportunity to connect neighbors and strengthen our community! Thank you for your willingness to help!
Due to the many closures in our area and recommendations not to host events with 100+ people, we are rescheduling our block party. Watch your email for new date and details.
We have another great block party planned for Saturday, March 21st, 5pm – 9pm. Please join us on Ramblewood Lane between Red Barn Lane and Sugar Mill Road. The food truck this time will be Taco Green Go, check out their menu here! We will have bouncies for the kids and basketball on TV for everyone to cheer on their favorite team. Let us know you are coming at https://www.facebook.com/events/204260360980103/
Hello neighbors! We are excited Tree Charlotte is partnering with Huntingtowne Farms to restore our tree canopy! Charlotte Storm Water does have a replanting plan but that will not occur until next year. If you are interested in getting up to 3 trees for $10 each, please fill out the online form at the address below.
Don’t forget our annual meeting is today at 6:30pm at Forest Hill Church. Also, if you have paid your dues by this evening’s meeting you will receive the sticker above as a thank you! Pay today by cash or check at the meeting or online at www.huntingtownefarms.com/join-hfna/
Thanks for your support, see you tonight!
Our Annual Meeting is on Monday, February 3rd, at 6:30 pm at Forest Hill Church in the Exploratorium. This is the room where voting occurs and you can enter the building where you usually enter to vote.
We will introduce and vote on our board and share our 2020 entrance updates, event plans and budget. We will also hear updates on the Lilly Mill project, Huntingtowne Farms Elementary, SouthPark Swim and Tennis Club and our section of the Sugar Creek Greenway. Several guest speakers will be attending so please join us to learn what is happening in Huntingtowne Farms! Click the links below for last year’s minutes and this year’s agenda.
We hope you enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and 2020 is treating you well so far. We are so thankful for your partnership in 2019 that led to increased memberships, exciting new events and the renewal of annual traditions.
We are ready for a new year of fun in Huntingtowne Farms and we need your financial support! Your annual $55 dues are now due by February 1. You can pay these online at https://huntingtownefarms.com/join-hfna/ or by mailing a check payable to Huntingtowne Farms Neighborhood Association to P.O. Box 242502 Charlotte, NC 28224. You can also pay by cash or check at our Annual Meeting on Monday, February 3rd at 6:30pm at Forest Hill Church. We hope to see you there!
Your $55 annual dues pay for:
- Maintenance of the five landscaped entrances
- Neighborhood events
- Water and electric bills
- Neighborhood improvements
- Advocating for Neighborhood interests
- HFNA website and email software
- Neighborhood directories every other year
- Sign, flier and newsletter printing
The more members we have, the more funds we have for events and improvements but it all depends on you. Won’t you join us?