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Corn Hill Gazette | December 2018

The December 2018 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.

Corn Hill Holiday Open House – Sunday, December 9th

Please join us for the annual complimentary Corn Hill Holiday Open House on Sunday, December 9th from 4 – 8 pm at the Hervey Ely House, 138 Troup Street. Come and enjoy a festive evening with neighbors – complete with a traditional holiday dinner, wine, and caroling. You are welcome to bring non-resident guests at […]

The Button House, part 3: Editha, Last of the Line

Editha Lois Button was the only child born to Nelson Lord Button Jr. and Alice Maude Goodger. She once described her father as “a playboy, a very precious boy, a handsome father, brought up to be a gentleman. Grandpa [Nelson Sr.] would never let him soil his hands….” Editha was similarly pampered. For many years, […]

Corn Hill Gazette | November 2018

The November 2018 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.

SPCC Healthy Families Program needs parking spaces

The SPCC Healthy Families Program is growing and needs our help. The non-profit organization located at 148 S. Fitzhugh St. is looking for creative ways to acquire more parking spots in the neighborhood. According to Manager Clarice Lazary, they have the largest number of on-street parking passes that they can have. The paid lot on […]

Register Your Mobile Phone to Receive Emergency Alerts

September was National Preparedness Month, and the Corn Hill Security Committee is encouraging Corn Hill residents to register their mobile telephones to receive emergency alerts from the 911 Center. The 911 Center uses the Hyper-Reach emergency telephone notification system. Hyper-Reach allows the 911 Center to quickly send a recorded message to telephones in specific areas […]

Security Safety Tips

Now that the weather is turning colder and the nights are getting longer, neighbors are not outdoors as much as during the summer months, so it may be worth repeating a few safety tips regarding the security of our homes and vehicles. The majority of the crimes committed in Corn Hill are crimes of opportunity […]

Security Committee Volunteer Opportunities – Staying Connected

By Joanie Fraver: I’ve always thought that one of the best aspects of life in Corn Hill is that the community is so well connected. It’s easy to get to know one’s neighbors, and it is easy to connect to others – through the Corn Hill Neighbors Association, neighborhood social events, work on committees, and […]

Community Child Care Center Looking for Board Members and Donors

Community Child Care Center needs your help. Founded by Dr. Juanita Pitts in 1963, the Center offer RCSC Pre-K classes as well as before- and after-school care. The Center owns its building, but it is in dire need of repair, especially for ceiling tiles, plumbing, and flooring. They also need updated playground equipment. Funding is […]

Thank You from the Beautification Committee By Joanie Fraver

As colder winds blow, the Corn Hill flower pots have made their way to their winter home! All have been “de-flowered” and moved to either Avery Mall or Goverts Corner. As a lover of summer, I’m always sad to see the pots moved ….and am already looking forward to the time we can enlist volunteers […]