Don’t forget the WHNA meeting tomorrow (Thursday, November 13) at 7 p.m. at TaZa. Everybody is welcome! (UPDATE: Agenda below.)
Check out the jazzy new logo design for the Westover Hills Neighborhood Association! The new logo brings a fresh, up-to-date, and more colorful “look” for WHNA, while retaining the images we all love of the railroad bridge and the river. Page Hayes of House of Hayes did a great job creating our modern new design.
WHNA will be rolling out the new logo in all its forms over the next few months, and we’d love some feedback from neighbors about how to use the new logo. Maybe some Westover Hills “swag” like t-shirts or coffee mugs? Let’s hear all your ideas.
Here’s a look at the new logo in both color and black & white:
The Westover Hills Elementary School PTA has kicked off its First Annual Holiday Tree & Wreath Sale. Virginia-grown Frasier Firs of all sizes along with two styles of natural wreaths and a lovely natural centerpiece are on sale now! Trees & wreaths can be ordered online at:
Trees will be available for pick-up at WHES on Friday, December 5. Get full details here.
100% of proceeds go to the WHES PTA which supports after-school programs, teacher-appreciation, parental-engagement, and so much more! Please join us in supporting our local school!
Westover Hills looked great in September. Congratulations to the two winners of the September Yards of the Month awards:
4706 Sylvan Road had a lush green lawn (zoyzia grass) which stood out on the block since we’d had high temperatures and no rain for some weeks. The green shrubs were perfectly trimmed and were accented with white begonias. And the window boxes added texture as well as color. Nice job!!!
5000 New Kent Road was recommended by a friendly neighbor. The young couple who live there really did an outstanding job beautifying their yard and are most deserving of this recognition. They had no professional help and did a magnificent job in a unique design.
WHNA’s Yards of the Month awards wound up in September, but will be back in the spring. In the meantime, there’s the Holiday Decorations contest to look forward to. Stay tuned for more info!
Welcome to our new website! Here we’ll post all the latest info about upcoming events and happenings in and around our neighborhood. We’ve tried to simplify so that information is accessible.
The big change is that you can join or renew membership online – just click on the orange “join” tab in the upper right of the screen.
Finally, a big thanks to nabe resident Lisa Cumbey of Propolis Designs for her help in designing the original website/logo and hosting the website these long years – we wouldn’t be where we are without her.