HHCA Events and Meetings
Join the Elvehjem Neighborhood Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk
(Elvehjem is located just south of Heritage Heights)
November 26, 2015, at 8:30 a.m. SHARP
GOBBLE GOBBLE! It’s time to dust off your running and walking shoes and prepare for the 6th Annual 5K Turkey Trot and 2-Mile Walk at Droster Park (1429 Droster Road) on Thanksgiving morning, November 26, 2015, at 8:30 a.m. SHARP. Online registration is now available at www.elvehjemneighborhood.org/turkeytrot A $5 suggested donation is requested to cover insurance and event costs. It’s the cheapest race in town including free refreshments, overall and age group prizes, and no parking hassles! Family and friends here to visit? Register them and get your holiday off to a healthy start.Race director Peggy Hoffmann will be accepting emailed and mailed copies of the Turkey Trot Registration Form 2015 if you’d prefer. If you or a member of your group is interested in giving one hour of your time on Thanksgiving morning, please visit our Sign Up Genius page to choose a volunteer role that works for you. Can’t wait to see everyone on Thanksgiving morning!
2015 HHCA Children's Holiday Party with Santa at Messiah Church
Friday, December 11th 2015
5202 Cottage Grove, Madison WI
Messiah Church Narthex and Community Room
Why go to the mall when you can have a great photo taken with Santa right in your own neighborhood? Have your child share their Christmas lists, decorate a Christmas cookie and make a holiday craft. Photography is available or you can bring your own camera. Cost is free for Heritage Heights residents’ family and friends. A suggested $3 donation per child for nonresidents. Sign-up for this event can be found at hhcamadison.com after December 1st. Limited to 50 children so please sign-up early.
Community Supported Ice Rink.
A group of neighbors worked with Alderperson Lauren Cnare and the Madison Common Council to establish a community ice rink in our neighborhood. The rink is located in Heritage Heights Park – between Meadowlark and Valley Roads. It is part of the Adopt Ice Partnership with the City of Madison. The partnership combines City resources with neighborhood volunteers to establish and maintain an ice rink. The City will set up the initial rink and plow when it snows more than 2 inches. Our community is responsible for maintaining the ice – we essentially “Adopt the Ice” at Heritage Heights. What is exactly involved in adopting the ice? Our responsibilities include scraping, shoveling and spraying the ice on a regular basis for optimum conditions. We are looking for volunteers for 2015-2016.
The City is hoping to start setting up the rink in late November or early December
Nightly maintenance will begin at 7 pm on Mon, Weds, Fri, Sat and Sun nights
There will be a crew chief present at every shift to answer any questions and help out.
Madison's Eastside Police Information:
Eastside Community Police
(goes to community liaison officer)
226-5945 or use contact form at this link
Nonemergency Dispatch 255-2345
March 1st 2015
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Our neighborhood has a rich history for bringing residents together for over 45 years. Please help keep this 45 year old legacy alive for current generations. Please donate by joining the community membership for only $12 per year. 2015-2016 memberships as of 11/01/2015 (240)
2014-2015 Memberships (366)
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