FY 2015 Membership Information

membersThe membership renewals have begun for the July 1, 2014 through June 30,  2015 fiscal year.  You may renew or join online today.  Please let us know if you have any questions on membership.

Behind the scenes, the WHNA Board spends a lot of time regularly meeting with key Dekalb Officials to discuss neighborhood concerns our members have voiced.  Quarterly meetings are held where you can find out about current issues affecting our community, and guest speakers are often in attendance.  Also, a few times a year, we get together for a neighborhood BBQ or Movie Night.   Over the last few months, you may have noticed that we replaced the entrance sign on Woodland, hosted a Briar Vista teacher appreciation event, and coordinated the neighborhood wide yard sale.

Membership is only $30.  It's easy to pay by credit card with the secure PayPal option.

New - Sign up on our Membership Options Page Online Today!  We've updated our website, so now you can create a household membership account profile to help us keep your contact information current.

Or you can still join by check.  Please send your name, address, telephone, e-mail address and check to the following address, and you may use our contact form to let us know you've signed up.  Click HERE for a printable version of the Membership Form.

Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association, Inc.
PO BOX 13124
Atlanta, GA 30324-9998

 

AJC.Com Article Featuring Woodland Hills

This morning, I received a link to an article from AJC.com highlighting a couple who purchased a home here in Woodland Hills.
I am pasting the article below.  Welcome to Michael and Katie Baddour.  I hope you enjoy this neighborhood as much as we all do.
Finally, if you see a new neighbor moving in or you are new to the neighborhood , please email us at welcoming@woodlandhillsatlanta.org.
Thanks.
Brad Grulke
President, Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association

By Lori Johnston

For the AJC
Katie Baddour didn't see her house in Atlanta until the weekend before she and husband Michael closed on the home. They were moving from Memphis, Tenn., to Atlanta for Michael's position as a resident at Emory University School of Medicine. Michael searched with Katie's father, Hunter Tison, during the spring while she was still working. The 26-year-old couple chatted about their first home in Atlanta's Woodland Hills neighborhood and the pleasant surprise in Katie's hometown.

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