The summer has been a hot and muggy one. A great way to end it is with ice cream. Join us on Saturday, September 9 from 2- 4 pm at St. John's Episcopal Church. For more information click HERE.This is a FREE EVENT!
Thank you to The HOP for helping us out at this years ice cream social. We will have 3 yummy flavors:
- Salted Carmel
- Dark Chocolate
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
|NATIONAL NIGHT OUT WAS A BIG SUCCESS|
|Thank you to Asheville police department, NC State Police, Buncombe County Sheriff Dept. and the two Haw Creek fire stations that attended. |
Thank you Target, who provided the food, LEAF Easel Rider, Evergreen Community Charter School, WellSpring / MindSpring, iHeart Media Asheville and Haw Creek Commons who also provided the grills and the grill masters. READ ON...
|SAFELY WALKING AND BIKING - GUIDELINES FOR WALKING, BIKING AND DRIVING|
|In all 50 states, bicyclists are accorded the same rights and are expected to obey the same laws as drivers of motor vehicles. Bicyclists fare best when they ride predictably and follow the rules of the road.|
The following suggestions are offered from a positive desire to help all to “share the road”.
- Always leave at least 3 feet between the right side of your vehicle and a bicyclist when passing.
- Always make sure it is safe ahead before passing a bicyclist. No passing should be attempted on blind curves and near the crest of a hill. READ ON...
|FUN PEOPLE WANTED - GET INVOLVED|
If you like having fun planning and participating in activities with your neighbors without having to leave your neighborhood then do we have an opportunity for you! Consider joining the Haw Creek Community Association Board of Directors. Our goal is to connect neighbors through activities that build community and create a great place to live. Email us HERE.
|BEARS LOVE HAW CREEK STICKERS AVAILABLE|
|Do bears love Haw Creek? ABSOLUTELY, but so does Haw Creek residents. Our 4" round vinyl stickers, featuring our mascot, Hawthorne, are available through our website. You can purchase them HERE. Display them on your car, house windows, computers, etc.|
The profits from your purchase of these stickers goes towards community events, newsletters, and maintaining our website. Thank you for helping Haw Creek community.
Haw Creek Community Association is a 501(c)3. We are volunteers that help the community stay informed. If you would like to get involved please email us HERE.
Your current Haw Creek Community Association Board Members are:
Lisa Thomson, President
Kim Masnick, Vice President and Treasurer
Paula Marzella, Secretary
Nancy Baker, at-large
Kathryn Liss, at-large
Barber Melton, at-large
Instead of postal mailing the newsletters we will now be sending them via electronic to email addresses. If you know someone who does not have access to email and would like to receive a postal mailing of the newsletter please email us HERE.
If you missed any of our past issues, you can catch up HERE.
|It was a fun process to name our bear. First we posted on our website and got a ton of entries. At the annual BBQ we let people vote on their favorite from all the entries. We had a tie between Hawthorne and Garbagio. We had a runoff on Facebook to choose one of the two. |
The winner is Hawthorne. We had two people with that entry name so they are both winners. Bill Stahl and Emberley Strong both won a $25 gift card to Build-A-Bear. Thank you all for participating.
It was a super fun to see everyone get involved.
|HISTORY AND PHOTOS OF HAW CREEK|
|Do you know the history of Haw Creek? Do you have old photos of Haw Creek? Will you share with our residents? We are seeking history about Haw Creek to add to what we already have on our website. Email Us |
|EAST ASHEVILLE COMMUNITY RESOURCE OFFICER|
|Baker District has gone through a lot of chances these past several months, and we now have a permanent Community Resource Officer. Senior Officer Joshua Veridal. For now, he is the only CRO for Baker District which is East and South Asheville. His contact information: (cell)828-782-0170, (email)email@example.com|
If you see a suspicious person, vehicle, or something else that causes you concern you can call the non-emergency number for APD at 828-252-1110.