If you missed your chance last year to purchase a high-quality print of a 1928 plat map of Westover Hills, you’re in luck. WHNA still has maps available and is selling them to benefit its Community Involvement committee. They’d make a great holiday gift.
The high-quality prints come in the standard framing size of 22” x 28” – a size that also maintains the detail of the original 17” x 28” map. The prints will be $15 each for current dues-paying WHNA members, but $25 each for non-members.
Prints ordered right away will be available for pick-up at taZa Coffee ‘n Creme on Saturday, December 10, from 10 a.m. to noon. If you’d like to arrange for pick-up at another time, contact John Coski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 233-0705. (Sorry, but we aren’t able to mail them to you.)
The 1928 plat map of Westover Hills details every street and lot from Cedar Lane to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (thus not including Westover Hills West), and shows some streets that were never built and names that were later changed and are now lost to history.
Sale of the prints benefits WHNA’s Community Involvement Fund (which has, in recent years, made donations to support infrastructure improvements for the Westover Hills Tot Lot, the Westover Hills Elementary School, and Patrick Henry Charter School, among other projects).
To order, please fill out the form below. Online orders require payment by PayPal; if you don’t have a PayPal account, feel free to fill out the form and bring a check payable to WHNA to pick-up (please let us know you will bring a check in the Notes section):