The Association was established in 1978 by a declaration filed with the Secretary of State. The stated purpose of the Association is “to promote and protect the vitality, desirability and attractiveness of the Forest Hills area.”
Incredibles, elves and fairy princesses (and their parents) are invited to a Halloween feast of hotdogs, homemade chili and beverages this Halloween. Fill them up with something good before they fill up on candy!
Saturday, October 31, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
(corner Canterbury & Westminster)
Courtesy of Macon and Jay Richardson and Jane and Brandon Clarke.
PS. Ghosts and goblins welcome too!
Other Halloween Notes
Younger kids start early, so consider being ready for the doorbell by 5:30 – or even earlier. With the delayed time change, it’s going to be light longer.
Many neighbors try to shut down by 8 to 8:30 pm, so when you are all out of candy treats, turn out the lights and blow out the jack-o-lanterns. If you do not want treaters at all, turn out your lights early.
Parents, when you send or take your kids out, please respect those residents who prefer to avoid the spooks and fairies.
Meetings will be from 6-7 PM at the home of Bill and Trina Carter, 2822 Stratford Road
Richland County is hosting a Recycling and Shred Event on Saturday, February 20 at Crayton Middle School from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
City residents are encouraged to drop off tires, scrap metal and e-waste for recycling. There will also be on-site shredding services for all those old documents. Material that is dropped off should be only from a residence. Commercial material will not be accepted. Check here for allowed materials.
Thank you for recycling!