CHA membership drive continues

The CHA needs you to become a member. Simply fill out this membership form, and send it it with your membership fee.

We define “members” as those individuals living in the Newton in the 02467 zip code, who pay membership dues of $40 or more annually. Contributions are our sole source of funds to pay for all of our activities, including the newsletter and other mailings, our website, community meetings, social events, and special projects.

Become a member now, so you won’t miss the annual member cocktail party, to be held in May at a Historic Chestnut Hill home.

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Extra! Extra! Get your CHA Newsletter.

The semi-annual CHA paper newsletter has been mailed, but if you missed/ lost/did not receive yours, you can read it here. (Click on the Newsletter itself or the underlined link to view all pages in PDF format.) Many thanks to Dick Tucker, our ever faithful newsletter correspondent and editor.

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Social Media, Anyone?

The CHA is always looking for new ways to share  neighborhood news and events. Some have been wondering if we should make a foray into social media, but we have no idea if our membership is already engaged or interested in becoming engaged through Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media.  So… please tell us by taking the poll in the side bar, leave a comment, or send us an email!

 

Halloween Potluck Party

Come celebrate Halloween with your neighbors before trick or treating!

The CHA invites members and neighbors to a Halloween Party

Sunday, October 31st

The Chestnut Hill School

Time 3:30-5:30 p.m.  (You can be home before dark.)

We will bring: a DJ, pizza, and refreshments

You bring: yourselves, your kids, and if you dare…a trick or treat to share!

R.S.V.P.

 

CHA Newsletter: read it here first!

Paper Newsletters have been sent to all on the mailing list, and should arrive any day.  Topics covered in the newsletter include: Annual Meeting Notes, New Shops and Restaurants, BC Master Plan, Waterworks Museum,changes on Beacon St., Off-Leash Park update, and more.

If you want to read it early, lost yours, or never got one, you can always keep up to date on neighborhood news, here, on the website.  Click on the link below of a copy of the newsletter in PDF format.

CHA Newsletter October 2010

 

 

Welcome

Welcome to the Chestnut Hill Association website.  If you are a resident of Newton’s Chestnut Hill and would like to find out more about joining our neighborhood association, please click here to send an email to our members in charge of registration.

P.O. Box 67173 • CHESTNUT HILL, MA 02467-0002