The Community at Holmes Harbor is organized specifically for the common good, to benefit the Holmes Harbor community, and to promote and sustain a positive community image. Activities may include, but are not limited to:
• Participating in neighborhood beautification, engendering civic pride
• Raising the awareness of community concerns and potential solutions
• Facilitating assistance to neighbors in times of crisis
• Advocating for the benefit of the community
• Promoting social activities that help strengthen a spirit of goodwill
• Encourage pride in the appearance of the community. Identify and seize
opportunities for helping to maintain property values.
• Explore or suggest potential solutions to community concerns through
meetings and by using the newsletter, e-mail and/or the website.
• Monitor and report on the following:
Developments regarding the golf course properties,
Pertinent actions by utility boards of commissioners,
Activities of any other entities that could impact the Holmes Harbor
• Maintain and expand the Emergency Response Team.
• Advocate for the benefit of the community.
• Organize the annual summer picnic and a community-wide yard sale.
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.
See the NEWS page for a list of neighbors helping neighbors; volunteers who are ready to lend a hand in emergency situations.
Upcoming Association Meetings
September 15th - Hanna residence at
5050 Bradshaw Road
October 20th - Barchenger home at
1271 Long Drive
November 17th - Russell residence at
4987 Lilac Drive
CHH meets on the third Monday of each month,.Everyone is ecouraged 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.
(No meetings in July or December.)
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Ten volunteers have completed the FEMA program, are now certified as “CERTs”, and are working toward being fully prepared by practicing learned protocols. Fortunately, several more neighbors have indicated their willingness to sign up for the next training session in the fall (date to be announced) and this is very much appreciated because, by themselves, our current team would be hard pressed to effectively assist this community of some 380 homes in the event of a major disaster …such as an earthquake. Others who are interested in training to be a CERT please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, a number of neighbors have graciously offered to lend the following items to our CERTs if necessary. Having more available would be helpful, tho’, so a note to email@example.com indicating which items you can add, along with name, address, and telephone information would also be very much appreciated.
Bolt cutter – heavy duty
Extension cord – 100’ or more
Fire extinguisher 2A:40B:C
Halogen lamps on stands
Radio - Ham
Radio - FRS
Rope - medium to heavy - 40' or more
Steel pry bar
Table - folding type
Wrenches - gas or adjustable
Porta potty, RV, or camp toilet with privacy curtain