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EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER… Unfortunately Santa is NOT coming to Annehurst

ANNEHURST SANTA EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

We are very sorry to announce that the event has been cancelled due to a very wet weekend forecast. Santa can’t reschedule because he is heading back to the North Pole on Friday ahead of the storm and won’t be back until Christmas Eve.

Be sure to stop by and see Mr. Christmas’ 2018 light display at 649 Old Coach. It features a fun photo opportunity setup and as always he collects food donations for WARM.

 

Mark your calendars for the annual visit from Santa held in conjunction with the official lighting of the “Dazzling Christmas Lights” at the home of “Mr Christmas”. This annual event is sponsored by the Annehurst Village Residents Association and features crafts for the kids, hot chocolate, cookies from Schneider’s Bakery, and popcorn provided by Roush Hardware. The Westerville Fire Department usually makes an appearance and sometimes gives Santa a lift to the event because there is better parking for reindeer at the fire station.

A photo backdrop will be setup for you to take photos with Santa. Your donation of canned food for WARM would be appreciated in exchange your opportunity to take a photo with Santa.

  • Date: CANCELLED
  • 649 Old Coach Road

We are need of volunteers to help supervise the kid’s crafts, make popcorn, and serve the hot Chocolate. If you can help make this year’s event a success, text Karen Spiller at 614-570-2964 or email karen@annehurst.com

 

Santa will be picking up letters from his personal mailbox from the event

A special thanks to Santa, Mr.  and Mrs. Christmas, The Westerville Police and Fire Department, Roush Hardware, Warm and Girl Scout Troop 2388!

NOTE: Old Coach Road will be closed from 5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. between Storington and Berkeley Pl. S. for the Dazzling Christmas Lights event on Saturday, December 1st, 2018.

Lala-POOL-ooza Family Fun Day & Adult Evening Party Saturday, September 1st, 2018 (rain date 9/2/2018)

Lala-POOL-ooza
Family Fun Day & Adult Evening Party
Saturday, September 1st, 2018 (rain date 9/2/2018)
Join Annehurst in bringing a great summer to an end. Lolla-POOL-ooza is open to the entire neighborhood, including our friends from Springhollow, River Trace, Bigham Estates and the Overlook. NO POOL MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED

This years event features the live band “STELLA IN THE CAN” featuring Annehurst’s own Dave Hodges!

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ANNEHURST POOL on August 18th

Proceeds from the raffle and 50/50 drawing at this years event will benefit Pelotonia. If you rode in this years Pelotonia email Jeff@annehurst.com

COSTS:
Vehicle Cruise-in/show Cost: $5.00 donation
Family Fun FREE! No pool membership required.
Family Cookout – Bring a side dish to share – Hamburgers/hotdogs, drinks and condiments funished by the AVRA ($20.00 max per family)
$3.00 pp before August 31st
$4.00 pp day of event
Adult Party
$15 pp before August 31st
$20 at the door

This day of family fun event requires help from residents to assure that everyone has a good time.

How can you help?
1. Shop for food and drinks
2. Gather door prizes for raffle
3. Organize and run games/crafts for the kids.
4. Help register vehicles for the car/vehicle show
5. Meet and greet at the gate.
6. Take money/distribute wristbands for the Family Cookout &Adult Party
7. Set-up the morning
8. Help set up tables for pot-luck
9. Help cook burgers and hotdogs
10. Clean up Sunday morning

NONE of these items will be an all-day task, we just need help to ensure that everyone has a good time.
IF YOU CAN HELP… please send an email to Sharon Shai at sshai068@gmail.com or text to 614-266-3158 to offer your help. The more volunteers we have will make this a fun time for everyone!

Things that WILL impact the event:
Lack of volunteer help Weather: Rain date 9/2/18

SCHEDULE
10:00AM – 12:00PM: SET UP – set up:
Can always use some muscle and brains to get ready!
12 PM – 3PM: Vehicle Cruise-in/show Cost – $5.00 Donation Located on the lawn in front of the pool. Bring your classic, sports car, truck or motorcycle so attendees can vote on their favorite. Prizes for Top 3.,
12PM – 4PM: Family Fun Cost – FREE Bring the family up
to the pool to swim, play games or just enjoy the last days
of summer. No pool membership required.
4:30PM – 6:00: Family Cookout – Cost: $3.00 per person before 8/31 $4.00 day of ($20.00 max per family.) Hamburgers/Hotdogs/Brats and Soda will be served. Please bring a dish to share and table service. (no glass please.)
6PM: Kids/Family Karaoke and Games.
7PM: KIDS LEAVE
7:30PM: 12AM: Adults Only – Cost $15 per person until August 31 ($20.00 at the door). Beer and wine will be served.
Between Sets – Drawing for the raffle prizes, 50/50 drawing and adult games
8:30 PM: Live Band – Adults only
10PM: Second Set – Adults only
12PM: END

 

Doing Spring Home Improvements??? Check with the City of Westerville about permits.

Spring has arrived and with it a list of home improvements for many residents. Homeowners wishing to convert electric furnaces, hot water tanks, kitchen ranges, or other electric appliances to propane fueled appliances should remember to first obtain a permit from the City of Westerville before proceeding with the proposed work.  Whether using natural gas (NG) or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) such as propane, it is critically important to ensure the new gas piping systems and appliances are installed correctly and safely.

 

The permit process ensures compliance with the Ohio Fire Code and the Residential Code of Ohio.  In addition to regulating the new gas piping and appliances, these codes regulate the location and placement of the exterior storage tanks. Depending upon the size of the storage tanks, there are various setback requirements from your dwelling unit and the adjacent neighboring properties that must be adhered to.  In summary the permit and inspection process is a mechanism to ensure your new gas piping systems and appliances are installed correctly, ensuring the safety of your family.

Please see this link for additional information about what type of work requires a building permit.  For questions or to apply for a permit, please contact the Westerville Building Division at (614) 901-6650 or edward.ungar@westerville.org.  You can also visit us in person at 64 East Walnut Street.

 

Source: City of Westerville

REMINDER: Annehurst Village Residents Association Annual Assessment is due

If you have already remitted your 2018 assessment…Thank You! AVRA assessment statements went out last month. If you have not yet sent in your payment, please do so by 4/15/2018 to avoid any late fees or interest. If for some reason you have misplaced your statement and need another copy. You can either send me a private message through Nextdoor or send and email to jeff@annehurst.com so I can email you a duplicate invoice via email. (be sure to include your phone number and email address). If you need additional information you can call me at 614-496-4970

Meet the Mayor of Westerville, Wednesday, April 4th – 6:30 p.m. at Annehurst School

Meet the Mayor of Westerville
Neighborhood program begins in April

Westerville Mayor Craig Treneff is hosting a series of neighborhood meetings to connect with residents, answer questions and hear feedback on City of Westerville programs and services. Residents will receive postcards notifying them of their neighborhood meeting date and time as their event draws near.

The first meeting will be held for Annehurst-area residents on Wednesday, April 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Annehurst Elementary gymnasium, 925 W. Main St.

A major function of these “Meet the Mayor” sessions will be discussing new initiatives. Topics include:

WESTERVILLE SAFE: An emerging City effort to develop or enhance programs for those in need, including victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.

NEIGHBORHOODS: The City is looking closely at housing and how best to support its neighborhoods. We want your thoughts on protecting property values and existing housing stock, as well as meeting future needs.

KINDNESS AND CIVILITY: In light of programs like Neighborhood Bridges, Neighbor2Neighbor and Otterbein University’s Kindness Matters campaign, what more can we do to improve community relationships at the neighborhood level?

Learn more about City Council and provide feedback about City issues at www.westerville.org/council.

 

Annehurst Egg Hunt/Flying Pancake Breakfast – Saturday, March 24th at Annehurst School

Ready, Set – GO!!!!!! Come up and join in the fun at the 2018 Annehurst Village Residents Association Egg Hunt. This event is open to all Annehurst School attendees and all children and grandchildren of Annehurst residents. There are three age groups; 3 and under, 4 – 6 and 7 and older. Special prizes for those who find the special Golden Eggs. Plan to be there by 10:00 with the hunt starting promptly at 10:15

Also during the egg hunt event, the Annehurst Piranhas Swim Team will be hosting an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. Katie’s Pancakes will be doing the flipping. The chef’s deliver the pancakes by flipping them to you from up to 10 yards away! Breakfast will be available from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30. Cost for the breakfast is $10.00 for adults. Children 6 and under eat free with a paying adult.  The team has been working to raise funds to purchase a Dolphin electronic timer. This will enable them to put away the stopwatches. The teams goal is to raise $3,000 through a variety of fundraising events.

See the flying pancakes online: http://www.katiespancakes.com/

 

Winter 2107 – Annehurst Times

Below is a link to a copy of the winter 2017 Annehurst Times. We hope that you did receive your newsletter.

We distributed this version on November 29 via US mail and by email (provided we had your email address). Our software showed that some emails were received but not opened. This may be because the email went to your spam or junk folder.

If you did not get it, please send us an email to: info@annehurst.com so we can update your information. Let us know if you would like to receive it via email or would like to get it delivered via US mail to your home.

Click here for the AVRA 2017 Winter Newsletter

Thank you,

The AVRA Board of Trustees

Pool Closed Today Due To Weather

Harvey’s arrival to central Ohio is spoiling the beginning of the Labor Day weekend. Due to the cold weather, the pool is closed today (Friday), and may be closed Saturday.  Fortunately, Harvey won’t be staying long, and Sunday and Monday are looking nice to close out the 2017 pool season!

We are Annehurst!

The Annehurst Village Residents Association is saddened to hear that our neighborhood has been the target of hate crime. We do not support any individual or organization that seeks to intimidate anyone due to race, class, age, ability, sexual identity, or religious belief. We recognize that any action like this is a threat to the well-being our community and is unwelcome, fully rejected, and has no place in Annehurst.

Everyone has the right to feel safe in their own home and community. Our slogan is “We are Annehurst!” because we are more than a collection of homes; we are a community. We know our neighborhood is filled with good, caring people. We encourage our residents to look out for one another and make sure everyone is safe and welcome in our community.