South Fork Conservancy Creek Rising

Celebrate the South Fork Conservancy’s 10-year anniversary at Creek Rising!

Thursday, April 26, 2018
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
1147 Zonolite PL
Atlanta, GA 30306

Join us for an unforgettable evening of refreshments, music, artisanal cocktails, and the opportunity to explore the trails and beauty of Zonolite Park.  This year, Ryan Gravel, the visionary behind the Atlanta BeltLine will be our guest of honor.  We'll take over Zonolite Park with  yard games, our second annual rubber duck race, and a few surprises. Our raffle has amazing prizes like a four-night luxury cabin stay, a medium Big Green Egg and state of the art rainwater harvest tank! We look forward to celebrating with you as we reflect on 10 years of successes, thank our supporters, and continue the important work of protecting and connecting the banks of the South Fork of Peachtree Creek.

Get your tickets today!  They are $75 and include food, wine and beer, kids games, and more. The price at the door is $100.  Don't forget to get a raffle ticket; our prizes include a luxury cabin stay, medium Big Green Egg, and more!

Woodland Hills Drive Speed Humps

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my lovely woodland lumps

 

Check it out...

 

Please reach out to your neighbors along Woodland Hills Drive.  We only have until February to obtain the signatures so Dekalb will install speed humps along Woodland Hills Drive.  Only the owners of the homes with Woodland Hills Drive addresses can sign the petition.  Contact a WHNA Board member to sign one.

 

 

 

Fall Movie Night & Cookout – Nov 11 at 7pm

Woodland Hills

Fall Movie Night &
Cookout

SATURDAY - NOVEMBER 11TH
Fall is in the air, time for a WHNA social gathering for Woodland Hills residents.  We will start the night off with some grilling.  WHNA will provide burgers, hotdogs, and soft drinks.  Please bring a side dish or a dessert to share.
Once the sun sets and it gets dark enough (around 7:00) we will show a movie under the stars.  The movie will be family oriented / kid friendly.

 

  • Who: Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association
  • When: Saturday, November 11th, from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
  • Where: Brad & Hilary Grulke's Backyard, 1117 Country Lane

If you have new neighbors or know neighbors that don't receive WHNA emails, please feel free to pass along this invitation.
Don't forget your blankets and chairs. We hope to see you all there!

Thank you,

The Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association

Member Appreciation: Pig-N-Chic Thursday 6-8PM

Member Appreciation:
Pig-N-Chic
Thursday 6-8PM

Parking: Remind everybody that able-bodied main parking should be directed to the Sage Hill lot.

Address: Pig-N-Chik BBQ, 1815 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329, USA

Are you a member of WHNA? 

It is time for our annual WHNA Member Appreciation Social.  Join us Thursday at Pig-N-Chic.

If you're not yet a member, we will be accepting new or renewing member at the door.  So please join us for food and drink.  We look forward to meeting you and thanking you for being a member of the Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association.

This is a fun event, and a great chance to meet some of your neighbors.

Also, don't forget movie night is this Saturday as well!

Thank you,

The Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association

 

General Assembly Meeting: October 19th: 7:30 PM

Assembly Meeting with Commissioner Rader

This Thursday at 7:30pm we will hold our WHNAFall General Assembly meeting at Peachtree Baptist Church. We will have the honor of hosting Commissioner Rader to speak with us about the effects of Emory joining the City of Atlanta and other topics. If you have any questions about what is currently going on in Dekalb County, Commissioner Rader will be your best source of information. If there are any specific topics that you would like him to address, please email me at president@woodlandhillsatlanta.org.

As a bonus, one of our community business partners has arranged to serve a light dinner before the meeting at 7:00pm.

I hope to see you there!

Sincerely,

Jeremy Spiegel