Friends and Neighbors:

We are in the home stretch for our 26th Annual 4th of July Parade & Celebration. This is the biggest neighborhood event of the year. It is always a blast. A successful parade requires many volunteers.

We need folks to serve on the following committees:

Set up tables at playground and serve cookies and watermelons

Decorations at playground:
String banners around the covered court and fence line.

Parade Route Decorations:
Place American flags near curb the morning of parade.

Parade Sign Up Staff & Judges for Parade Entries:
Work at the parade starting point to sign up participants and judge entries

Sound System:
Bring, set up and maintain sound system during parade and at the school ground in conjunction with generator provider.

Help set up games and supervise one game at the school.

Watermelon Wranglers:
Receive watermelons, maintain in provided tank, pick up donated ice and deliver to school grounds.
Slice watermelons on the morning of parade and serve to the hot and happy participants.

Please let me know what you’d most like to do. It’s such great fun. You’ll love being involved.


Sunny Scott-Luther
Membership Outreach Chair
2013 Parade Chair


Come to our April 30 meeting


Friends and Neighbors:

Don’t forget that Tuesday night, April 30 is our neighborhood membership meeting. This is always a great time to get together, enjoy some great food, visit with folks, and keep up with issues that impact our quality of life.

You won’t want to miss this great meeting. We’ll be making plans for the 4th of July Parade and Celebration which everyone loves.

Dinner and social hour is from 6PM to 7PM We start serving promptly at 6PM. The menu includes a wonderful selection of pizzas, pastas, salads and desserts from Rockin’ Tomato. You’ll want to make sure you come early because it’s first come, first served. You don’t want to get left out. Everything is so tasty, we often run out. When it’s all gone, it’s definitely gone.

The meeting starts at 7PM.

April 30th, 2013
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall

6:00 Social hour, pizza, salad and pasta from Rockin Tomato, $7.
7:00 Call to order
7:05 Brief announcements
7:10 Approval of January 22nd, 2013 meeting minutes
7:12 Treasurer’s report – Kerry Price
7:20 Committee reports:
• Neighborhood Watch – John Luther
• Greenbelt Guardians – Glee Ingram
• Membership Outreach Committee – Sunny Luther
• Area Development –
• Emergency Preparedness – Susan Donaldson
• Austin Neighborhoods Council Report – Tom Nuckols
• Barton Hills Community Park – Kathleen Schneeman

8:00 – Goodwill Site Presentation
8:30 – AISD Bond Presentation
8:45 – Other business brought to the floor by membership.
9:00 – Adjourn

We’ll be looking for you.

Sunny Luther
Membership Outreach


April Barton Hills newsletter now online


In this issue of Barton Hills News you’ll learn how to prepare your property to avoid wildfire damage, read about the successful “Come Play” fundraiser for improvements at our neighborhood park, and get a preview of the agenda for the upcoming Neighborhood Association on April 30.

The newsletter also includes the 2013 BHNA membership form for those who haven’t paid their dues for 2013.  Just fill out the form and send it in with your $10 dues check and you’ll be in good standing. If you prefer, you can also pay your dues online by clicking the yellow Pay BHNA Dues button on the right of this screen.

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