Greenbelt Fans,

We’ve got another big work day planned for Saturday, June 4, from 8:30 – Noon. We will be celebrating National Trails Day down on the greenbelt – giving it the TLC it deserves and needs, in exchange for the countless gifts it provides for us. We will have work teams at both Gus Fruh Trail (2642 Barton Hills Dr) and the Homedale Trail (2101 Homedale Dr). There will be some trail repair work, some rock work, invasives & weed removal, and trash pick-up. As always, we will provide tools and team leaders, and a yummy taco energy booster to get us started. Also, there will be a complementary lunch gathering and celebration afterwards at Zilker Park near Barton Springs afterwards, organized by Hill Country Conservancy.

This work day is being planned in conjunction with several other service groups, and the Austin Parks Foundation is providing the overall registration sign-up on their website. I would also appreciate it if you would rsvp to this email so we can do our detailed planning for our two trail heads.

Thanks so much for your continued interest and support of the greenbelt. We’re looking forward to another rewarding work day.

Glee Ingram
Greenbelt Guardians Coordinator
(512) 443-7522
gleeful@earthlink.net

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Be sure to mark your calendar now to attend the BHNA General Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 26th at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, located at the corner of Barton Skyway and Barton Hills Drive. All are welcome! Come help say goodby to Art Stone, a great Barton Hills neighbor. Italian dinner $7.

Note that our meeting will begin an hour earlier than usual to accommodate the schedule of our presenters.

Tuesday, April 26th, 6-8 p.m.

6:00 pm    Call to order
6:05 pm    Jeff Pine (Our Battalion Chief and neighbor) and Josh Anderson (Fire Specialist)
7:05 pm    Treasurer’s report, minutes
7:20 pm    Update on campaign to save Barton Hills Elementary
7:30 pm    Neighborhood improvement projects
8:00 pm    Committee reports: Neighborhood Watch, Greenbelt Guardians, Area Development, Austin Neighborhood Council
8:30 pm    Other business from membership
8:45 pm    Adjourn

Melissa Hawthorne
Vice President, Barton Hills Neighborhood Association

 

April BHNA Newsletter now online

The April edition of the Barton Hills News is now available. Click on the image above to read the latest updates on efforts to keep our exemplary neighborhood elementary school open, find out which longtime Barton Hills resident is heading west after living here since 1957, learn about proposals submitted by members for improvements that could be sponsored by the Association, and much more. The Barton Hills News is published quarterly and is edited by Jennifer Ellen Cook.

 
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