|TRICK OR TREATING FOR HALLOWEEN IN HAW CREEK|
|We thought it might be an good idea to help the community out by providing a list of homes that are welcoming Trick-or-Treators for Halloween. |
If you would like to let
us know you can email us HERE. We will add you to the list on our calendar page HERE.
|LET'S MAKE HAW CREEK SAFE FOR WALKING AND BIKE RIDERS - COMMUNITY MEETING OCTOBER 9TH -|
By Chris Pelly
|You’ve seen it: The moms with strollers, or the joggers, or the kids, or the bike riders, all straddling the edge of New or Old Haw Creek Road. It gives you a shiver knowing how easily things could go deadly wrong.|
It doesn’t have to be this way. We can make it safer to move about in our community. Haw Creek residents have come together before to improve things and we can do it again.
Plan to join us 7pm Monday, October 9th when we welcome Esther Manheimer, Mayor of Asheville, and Anna Henderson, Division Traffic Engineer for the N.C. Dept. of Transportation, to discuss how to make our community safer for walking and biking. The meeting will take place in Evergreen Charter School at 50 Bell Road.
Have questions or need more information please contact:
Thomas Wolfe (828) 712-6062 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Pelly (828) 231-3704 or email@example.com
members, Haw Creek Community Association firstname.lastname@example.org
|BUSINESS SPONSOR'S COMPUTER COURSE |
WAS A BIG SUCCESS
|One of our business sponsors, Asheville Digital Lifestyle held a computer learning course in Haw Creek. We had 30 attendees. It was a very successful program. We would love your comments on this course and if you would be interested in more courses like this. You can email us HERE.|
If you would like to be a business sponsor and put on a program please contact us at email@example.com.
|SPOTLIGHT ON EAST ASHEVILLE - By Linda Stanton|
Nothing New, Inc. Used Furniture; BUY, SELL, CONSIGN
When you walk into the large open space at 811A Tunnel Rd, as the name suggests, you won’t see anything new. What you will see is an eclectic collection of used furniture, home décor items and other accessories. The store concept is at once a consignment shop, booth space for vendors as well select pieces curated from area auctions. With all the antique shops, thrift stores and furniture outlets in the Asheville region, Nothing New offers a unique shopping experience to customers looking for a wide variety of quality pieces at reasonable prices.
The business was started over six years ago by Steve Slagle who sold it to friend and fellow-business owner Brandon Snyder in 2015. Brandon grew up in West Asheville but his family settled in Redwood Forest here in East Asheville upon returning from an out of state move. Many members of his extended family also have Asheville area small business in trucking, auto sales and repair, body work and others. After serving in the Army, he went into business himself, owning a convenience store in Swannanoa for several years. Brandon had been looking for something different at the time Nothing New became available. Interested in the East Asheville area, he made an offer and the rest is history as they say. Read More
|We are always looking for good news, articles, stories, history of Haw Creek, new information, upcoming events, scholar and athletic awards in our neighborhood, or anything you think the Haw Creek Community would be interested in hearing about. |
Let us know so we can spread the word.
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.
|NATURE'S CORNER, Persimmons - Jam on a Tree - By Jessie Wilder|
|Fall is my favorite time of year. The trees look all gussied up, the smell of wood smoke is in the air, nights are cool enough to throw on an extra blanket and the forest holds a special treat if you know where to look. I’m talking about wild persimmons.|
Picking persimmons is not advisable. These astringent fruits have so much pucker power when unripe that my Granddaddy used to say, “They’ll turn your face inside out.” That’s why the fruits have to be so ripe that they fall from the tree or fall with a gentle shaking. This usually happens around the time of the first frost. My grandparents would put old quilts under the trees to collect the fallen fruit. READ MORE
|We are getting ready for our annual holiday party and this year we are adding a cookie exchange. You can get all the up to date information HERE.|
There is going to be lots of activities for all ages. Door prizes. This is a free event.
|FUN PEOPLE WANTED - GET INVOLVED|
|If you like planning and participating in activities 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 do Haw Creek residents and they are showing that support by purchasing our Bears ♥ Haw Creek Stickers.
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, or stocking stuffers for the holidays.
The profits from your purchase of these stickers goes towards community events, newsletters, and maintaining our website.
Thank you for supporting the Haw Creek community.