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Corn Hill Neighbors Association (CHNA)

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association (CHNA), above all else, is a group of neighborhood volunteers who care about Corn Hill and the people who live here. We established the not-for-profit CHNA Corporation with certain bylaws, practices and procedures to provide effective support for our many community efforts. All Corn Hill property owners and adult residents are automatically members of CHNA.

The association is governed by a board of directors who meet monthly; individuals may request to speak at these meetings. General membership meetings are held at least six times a year; the public is invited. There are nine permanent standing committees; each led by a chairperson who sets the agenda and manages a budget. Ad-hoc committees are established as needed. The primary source of funding for CHNA activities comes from revenues of the annual Corn Hill Arts Festival. The office manager is the only paid position in the association.

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association Mission

The objectives of CHNA shall be to protect and promote the residential and historical character and beauty of the area; to further the interests of the residents of the area; to promote and encourage a better community and civic spirit and to foster good will and friendship between and among the residents of the area and surrounding areas for the general welfare and good of the community.

Corn Hill Neighbors Association Support

Office Manager Vacant
Website Editor Brian Bigda
Gazette Editor Jim DeVinney
CHNA Facebook Administrator Nancy Bernola
CHAF Facebook Administrator Vacant

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association has evolved from a group of neighbors who held an art show in the late sixties to the corporation that today is recognized as the steward of the Corn Hill community and sponsor of a nationally acclaimed Arts Festival.

We are committed to protect and promote the residential and historical character of the area while nurturing civic spirit, goodwill and friendship among our neighbors. Our success in these efforts is grounded in the willingness of so many residents to volunteer their time and talents.