The Community at Holmes Harbor is organized to:
1) Support a community model of "neighbors helping neighbors",
2) Augment the resources of the Community Emergency Response Team,
3) Assist in the development and maintenance of youth & adult programs,
4) Help establish and maintain community multi-purpose areas/facilities.

     The Community at Holmes Harbor


CHH BOARD of DIRECTORS

Bill O'Donnell, Nancy Tonkin, Ginny O'Neill,
Linda Smith, Bob Welch, Carol Hanna, 
Phil & Judy Simon, ​and 
Treasurer Rev Barchenger 





MEMBERSHIP IN CHH
It takes the support of the community to make a success of this all-volunteer organization. Dues are only $15 per individual or $25 per couple per year. Click on the link below to print out the membership form.
THANK YOU!

MEMBERSHIP FORM
The Community at Holmes Harbor 
is not a homeowners’ association!
CHH is, however, a non-profit organization dedicated to the goals listed above. Under an IRS 501(c)(3) status, CHH may accept tax deductible donations under $50,000 in value in any one calendar year. 
For further information please inquire through: achhcontact@gmail.com
Upcoming Association Meetings

  CHH meets on the third Monday of each month. Neighbors are encouraged to attend, and questions and comments are welcome. Beginning at 7 o’clock, we are usually adjourned by 8:30. This is a relaxed group so we invariably enjoy several chuckles while conducting business. 

September 19th - Smith residence
                            4987 Lilac Drive
October      17th - Welch residence
                5033 Honeymoon Bay Rd
   (No meetings in July or December)

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18th green at
HOLMES HARBOR GOLF CLUB 
www.holmesharborgolfcourse.com 





• Clinton Ferry Camera
• Washington State Ferries
HELPFUL LINKS
more links on Community Info page
CHH NEWS
Click here to read the September newsletter 


WELL WORTH THE WAIT!

   Work on restructuring the pond at the 18th green has been delayed for a long time. Weather played a role last fall, but the overall delay may have been a blessing in disguise. HHSD commissioners were at that time committed to going forward with what appeared to be the only solution to the original problem, even tho’ some built-in drainage requirements by the County were very expensive. 
   But then the unwanted delay offered an opportunity for re-examining possibilities, and an attempt to seek reasonable, more cost-effective alternatives to the county-approved plan proved fruitful. 
   So now, because of the persistence of Holmes Harbor Sewer District operations manager Mark Dumke, working with the engineer, a plan has been approved by the County that will allow work to not only be confined exclusively to the golf course, but will cut the total anticipated cost in half!         Thank you, Mark!

PHOTO BY DAN KARVASEK      www.dankarvasek.com
Check this out!
Aerial tour of the Holmes Harbor community recorded by a neighbor using a DJI Phantom. Click on this link for a short video    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g2gwgTKTqI