Extra! Extra! The CHA fall newsletter is here!

Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with news and local information.

Read it here first, or wait for your copy to arrive in the mail. Click on the blue link, or on the newsletter below to enlarge.

CHA Spring Newsletter 2017

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Extra! Extra! The CHA spring newsletter is here!

Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with news and local information.

Read it here first, or wait for your copy to arrive in the mail. Click on the blue link, or on the newsletter below to enlarge.

CHA Spring Newsletter 2017

Become a member of the CHA

Its never too late to join the CHA or renew your membership, which provides our sole source of funds to pay for our activities, community meetings, social events, web site, special projects, newsletters and other mailings. Consider these features:

  • Member Privileges: Dues-paying members are entitled to vote to elect officers and board members at our Annual Meeting. Members serve on our working committees to carry out our mission: to educate, inform, represent, and engage our mutual neighbors and friends in Chestnut Hill. (Contact information for committee members is in our latest newsletter. We welcome your ideas and help for the upcoming fall newsletter.)
  • CHA Events: All members and neighbors are invited to special events or informative meetings geared to the interests and needs of our neighborhood. A good example is the recent informative presentation by the developers of the “new” Atrium medical center mall on Route 9.

Join Today!

It’s not too late to become a CHA member!

Our annual spring cocktail party is over for 2015, but its not too late to join now or renew your membership, which provides our sole source of funds to pay for our activities, community meetings, social events, web site, special projects, newsletters and other mailings. Consider these features:

  • Member Privileges: Dues-paying members are entitled to vote to elect officers and board members at our Annual Meeting. Members serve on our working committees to carry out our mission: to educate, inform, represent, and engage our mutual neighbors and friends in Chestnut Hill. (Contact information for committee members is in our latest newsletter. We welcome your ideas and help.)
  • CHA Events: All members and neighbors are invited to special events or informative meetings geared to the interests and needs of our neighborhood. A good example is the recent informative presentation by the developers of the “new” Atrium medical center mall on Route 9.

Join Today!

Welcome to the CHA annual membership drive.

With the release of our Spring newsletter, we also begin our annual membership drive. Please join now or renew your membership, which provides our sole source of funds to pay for our activities, community meetings, social events, web site, special projects, newsletters and other mailings. Consider these features:

  • Members’ Cocktail Party May 7: Save Thursday, May 7, for our annual members’ cocktail party at a special Chestnut Hill home. Invitations with full details will be mailed to all members who have paid their 2015 dues of at least $50 (or more) by April 25th. Please respond right away, and we will send your invitation promptly. We hope for a big turnout, and we’re using the same great caterer we’ve had in recent years.
  • Member Privileges: Dues-paying members are entitled to vote to elect officers and board members at our Annual Meeting. Members serve on our working committees to carry out our mission: to educate, inform, represent, and engage our mutual neighbors and friends in Chestnut Hill. (Contact information for committee members is in our latest newsletter. We welcome your ideas and help.)
  • Other CHA Events: All members and neighbors are invited to special events or informative meetings geared to the interests and needs of our neighborhood. A good example is the recent informative presentation by the developers of the “new” Atrium medical center mall on Route 9.

Join Today!

The CHA spring newsletter is coming your way.

Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with news and local information.

Read it here first or wait for yours to arrive in the mail.

CHA Newsletter April 2015