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Author: Dave Powers

Annehurst Neighborhood Egg (Sign) Hunt –┬ásponsored by the AVRA

The Annehurst Block Captain Committee is excited to bring this community event back for its 3rd year in a row!

Please sign up below. Thank you!

Sat, Apr 1st (Dawn) – Sat, Apr 8th (11AM)

– self-led; one full week to search
– ages 5+ (intended for older kids)

REGISTRATION ENDS ON SUNDAY, MARCH 26TH.

AN INFORMATIONAL EMAIL WILL GO OUT TO ALL REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST.

– Must be registered to win prizes.
– Registered participants must be current residents of the Annehurst Village Subdivision.
– Once registered and via email, participants will be provided a list of locations (i.e. hiding spots) throughout the Annehurst Village Subdivision related to this event. In addition, information will be provided to registered participants on how, when and where prizes can be collected.

BEST OF LUCK IN YOUR SEARCH FOR HIDDEN EGGS (SIGNS)!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Annehurst Block Captain volunteers are needed.

Annehurst is seeking out more Block Captain volunteers!

Our next Annehurst Block Captain Committee meeting will be held on
Wednesday, March 1st at 7pm.
This meeting will be held at the Annehurst School (925 W Main St, Westerville, OH 43081).

Please join us in this initiative to broaden our community outreach and bring more excitement to Annehurst!

How To Get Involved?

Please visit Annehurst.com to, “SIGN UP for Annehurst News emails!” to receive information via email as to when meetings are being held for the Annehurst Block Captain Committee. Also, please feel free to reach out directly to Dave Powers at Dave.Powers@annehurst.com if you have an interest in becoming a Block Captain volunteer or have any related questions.

We hope to see you on March 1st!

The mission behind the Annehurst Block Captain Committee:
Block Captain volunteers are part of the backbone for our community engagements throughout the Annehurst Subdivision. Through the support of the Annehurst Block Captain Committee, our Block Captain volunteers act as an extension to the AVRA Board and aid in providing additional supports for Annehurst Residents that focus on activity planning, community outreach, and communications.


Block Captain volunteers must be current residents of the Annehurst Village Subdivision and are in good standing with the AVRA.

Block Captain volunteers are NOT expected to be Block “Watch” Captains.
The Annehurst Block Captain Committee is not involved with safety and crime prevention.