Dellwood Homeowners Association’s
at Patton Park Large Pavilion
on Saturday September 20th
from 12 pm – 3 pm
We’ll be having a traditional bash with grilled burgers and hotdogs with chips and baked beans.
We ask that each family bring their favorite side dish or dessert to share with your neighbors.
If you would like to contribute the door prizes bring it along.
Please R.S.V.P. to Marty Harris
at 828 808-8464 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing you there!!!
The summer 2014 newsletter is here. Check out the Newsletters page to download it. Thanks to Beth Echols for her work as newsletter editor as well as president.
The June 2014 Newsletter has been posted. See the newsletter page here.
The 2014 annual meeting will be Thursday, April 24 at 6:00 pm. We will meet in the fellowship hall of the Church of Christ located beside of the Dellwood apartments. The fellowship hall is in back of the church parking lot. We will first enjoy a potluck dinner together. Please call Annette Hudson and tell her what you plan to bring so we can be assured of a balanced meal. If you simply don’t have time to prepare anything bring fried chicken from Ingles deli, chips, soft drinks, store bought cookies or deli salad. Just come.
Our speaker this year is John Murphy of Bullington Gardens. If you are unfamiliar with Bullington you are about to discover a local treasure free for your enjoyment. If you are familiar, you may learn of Bullington’s latest developments.
A most important business meeting will follow. The DHA board has been very hard at work this year updating the covenants and by-laws. In 1999 the state of North Carolina passed the Planned Community Act. This document is rather overwhelming but can be accessed from our website if you wish to read it in its entirety. With the guidance of attorney Erin Dunnuck, the board has reworded some of Dellwood’s covenants to comply with PCA. The board believes these changes will clarify the original intent of the covenants and make them more enforceable against outside pressures that might erode the non-commercial character of our subdivision. It is important that we have good attendance as these changes must be voted on.
Another great newsletter by Beth Echols. View and download it here. Thanks Beth! Also check out the updated documents page. There you will find a copy of the North Carolina Planned Community Act and Form 101.
The Fall 2013 Newsletter is available here. Thanks to Beth Echols for not only being our president, but also the newsletter editor.