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Neighborhood Association

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Block Captain and
Neighborhood Watch Program
Christmas Lighting Awards SLHNA Quarterly Newsletter
Easter Egg Hunt SLHNA – Board Roster – Jan 2011
2012 House Tour Run For The Hills
Holiday Party & Tree Lighting St. Louis Hills Scholarships
SLHNA Merchandise
The St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Association (SLHNA) encourages activity and participation in all aspects of community living in our St. Louis Hills neighborhood. Nominal yearly dues provide operational expenses for many events, programs, and projects for all residents.Annual events include a EASTER EGG HUNT, the RUN FOR THE HILLS, CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING and a HOLIDAY PARTY. Yearly Lawn and Garden and Christmas Lighting Awards recognize landscaping and seasonal decoration efforts with a plaque for excellence. Biannually, there is a HOUSE TOUR of selected neighborhood homes.Each year the SLHNA offers three $600 one-time scholarships to neighborhood eighth graders to use in their freshman year.The BLOCK CAPTAIN and NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAMS are always expanding. Currently, there are about 130 Block Captains within the 12 areas by which St. Louis Hills is divided for these programs. Block Captain volunteers perform as organizers, information gatherers/distributors, and liaisons with the SLHNA board and city police. Hills Street News is the title of a quarterly newsletter devoted to focused areas of interest to Block Captains and residents.In addition to SLHNA Officers, members devote volunteer time and energy to needs of the neighborhood. Our MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE devised membership cards, complete with detachable identification card for residents. This innovative system is shared with other neighborhood associations for their adaptation. Other SLHNA committees include: Budget Committee; Francis and Willmore Parks Committee; Scholarship Committee provides a limited number of monetary awards to Hills resident students who are nominated to receive funds; Communications Committee produces an annual newsletter; Business Committee establishes contacts and communications with local businesses and reviews the business plans of potential new businesses; Streets and Property work in close association with the Block Captain Program and Business Committee; Police Relations; and Promotions Committees round out committee tasks. Check out the Coming Events page for meeting times.