April 2012 newsletter now online

The April 2012 edition of the Barton Hills News is now available right here on the web site. Printed versions will soon arrive in your mailbox.

In this edition, we wish the Greenbelt Guardians a happy 10th birthday, and discover what’s on the horizon for the park at Barton Hills Elementary. You’ll also learn how to prevent crime on your street, and more about St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, which has been a part of this neighborhood since 1959. Plus, find out how you can lend a helping hand for the upcoming July 4th Parade!

 

January 2012 newsletter now online

Fresh off the digital press of Editor Leah Golden, the January 2012 edition of the Barton Hills News is now available for your reading pleasure. Printed versions will be distributed to your doorstep soon. Meanwhile, for those who can’t wait or whose eyes are more accustomed to a backlit surface, you can check out the PDF version now for the latest Barton Hills scoop.

This edition features an update from Amy Moore, President of the Barton Hills Elementary PTA, about events at BHE and details about the district’s recent Annual Academic and Facilities Recommendations and their effect on our neighborhood school. Susan Donaldson, chair of the Emergency Preparedness Committee, explains how to make your home “Firewise” and Leah Golden profiles the Cardio Coffee walkers who have been meeting each month for over 8 years! Plus, check out the latest news about Neighborhood Watch and Greenbelt Guardians and biographies of your new 2012 BHNA officers.

 

Your quarterly Barton Hills Neighborhood Association newsletter is now online and will soon be arriving in printed form for residents.

The October, 2011 edition, edited by Leah Golden, includes stories about how neighbors collaborated to keep Barton Hills and the surrounding greenbelt safe during the recent ACL Music Festival, a wonderful feature about the Barton Hills Garden Club, the latest tips from Neighborhood Watch, an update from the Greenbelt Guardians, and much more.

 
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