VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION

Volunteerism remains a big part of our community. During what was one of NEPA's top ten worst winters on record, several of our neighbors pitched in to help with cleanup following severe wind storms.

  • Briar Hill Drive residents April Yorkonis and Dave Fernandes, and Summit Circle residents Brian Johnson and David Stockwell helped cut and remove fallen limbs and trees from our roads. Be sure to thank them for their hard work!
  • Many thanks to Bear Cave Lane resident Tom Jabour, who trimmed the tree limbs bordering Briar Hill Drive between our mailboxes and Finn Swamp Road. You may thank Tom each time you drive that stretch without scratching the side of your car!

BHNA ANNUAL MEETING

The Briar Hill North Association Annual Meeting will be held Saturday, July 7th at 10:00 AM at the Rachel Lane cul-de-sac. Learn what's going on in Briar Hill and participate in important decision-making. For details, click HERE.

WANT TO HELP?

In the next few weeks BHNA will be seeking assistance with various efforts to improve our community, including vegetation removal and picnic table maintenance and cleanup at The Point. Please let us know if you will be able to help out by emailing briarhillboard@briarhillpa.com


 


PA FISH & BOAT COMMISSION
BOATING SAFETY COURSES

Remember that in Pennsylvania, if you are age 35 or under you must have a Boating Safety Education Certificate to operate boats over 25 horsepower, You also need one to operate any personal watercraft irrespective of your age. To obtain your certificate, you must take a Boating Safety Course offered by the PA Fish & Boat Commission and score at least 80% in the associated exam. This course is offered online -- click HERE for details about the Internet version, or go directly to www.boat‑ed.com/pennsylvania to start the course.


A REQUEST FROM BHWCo

The Briar Hill Water Company has requested that our community help conserve water. Please look at their Conservation Tips flyer HERE and share it with your tenants.