Community News

        Edgehill Community News

The Edgehill Dues can now be paid via Credit Card.  

1.  Please fill in the forms in our "2019 PDF Forms" page (the link is in the menu on the left) and email it to Lynn Cooper at (
2. Visit the following Web site: to make your payment.
3. Be aware that by using a credit card, an additional 3% will be added.

Swim Meets

On MONDAYS in July, the Edgehill pool will close at 4:30 p.m. for Edgehill Eels swim meets.
In August, the schedule will return to normal.


Water Aerobics Change

Starting this week, July 7

 Water Aerobics will be at the same time all three days.

Tuesday - 11 am
Thursday - 11 am
Sunday - 11 am


Pool Opening

Edgehill Pool Update 6/29/2020

The Edgehill Pool will be opening Wednesday July 1st following the States Phase 3 Guidelines.  Lifeguards will be available during all normal pool hours.  Please bring your membership passes when you come.

Normal pool Hours:  Monday – Saturday:  Noon until 8pm.  Sunday:  1pm until 8 pm.  

For prospective members
Patty Smith will be at the pool, Thurs., 12:45-2:00 (weather permitting)
Yvonne Dellapenta
will be there from 4:00-6:00 pm, Both will be at the pool at similar times on Friday. Either of these people can process your membership during these times.

 We can't guarantee that someone will be available on July 4th, however!

Application forms can be found at

Please fill in the information, (including the emergency form) and have them with you so we may expedite your membership when you arrive.


Phase 3 guidelines for outdoor pools can be found beginning on page 20 at this site:

Free swim will be allowed during phase 3 and while we are allowed to have 100 people inside the fenced area, in order to comply with State distancing recommendations, we can have no more than 45 people in the pool water at any given time.  

The sign-up genius will no longer be used at this time because of this increase in allowed numbers and guest passes will be allowed at the pool beginning July 1st.  Please be considerate of other members and not use more than 2 or 3 at a time during peak hours.     

Life rafts and other pool items may be used but please bring your own and take them home with you.  All Edgehill water equipment (kickboards, noodles, etc.) will still not be made available during this phase.

The diving area and diving board will be available at this time; however, the splash (baby) pool will still be off-limits.  Please practice social distancing when using the diving board.    

The pool deck will be set up in a way that encourages separation between families.  Please use best judgement when choosing your seating.  There will also be cleaners available to members who wish to clean deck furniture before and after using.  

Thank you for your continued patience as we work through this time.  The aim of the association is to open the pool completely as soon as possible in a manner that allows us all to feel as safe as possible.  Adjustments to these guidelines will be implemented immediately as State guidelines change. 

EHA Board  


The Edgehill Dues can also be paid via Credit Card.  

1.  Please fill in the forms and email them to Lynn Cooper at (
2. Visit the following Web site: to make your payment.
 ***Please note that there is a 3% charge when paying by credit card.***

NOTE: The two Membership forms listed below can be filled in on the computer then printed or emailed. Click in the blanks and start typing. All membership forms must also include the medical release form.

Membership Forms


Swimteam and Swimmers

Parents of swimmers,

The Edgehill Association is currently monitoring the State of Virginia’s COVID response directives and will open the pool as soon as we are able. While swim team practices happen during the hours before the pool opens, the team must also abide by the same State response directives. Our pool is ready to go and we look forward to opening soon.

Steve Fisher - EHA president



The Virginia Peninsula Swim Union (VPSU) is continuing to work on guidelines and structures for safe meets this summer.  Right now, the tentative schedule has a shortened season with a four-meet schedule, the first being July 6th. More specific details will follow as information becomes clearer and more available. Practices will start sometime in June depending on State, local, and community directives. The Edgehill Eel swim board is working closely with the Edgehill Association and the VPSU to get this season underway.

We need to turn in an approximate list of the numbers of swimmers by age group to the VPSU by June 1st for insurance purposes. We would like everyone to please fill out the survey ASAP at the following link:

Mike Peterson - Edgehill Eel Swim Team President



    It’s that time of year again! Included in this newsletter are the two applications  (new format) for membership to the Edgehill Homeowner’s Association, with full access to events, pool, and the swim team. Joining the association is a great way to get to know your neighbors and to enjoy the community spirit. Check out the reduced rates for early payment!  Join now!



Every Monday Night at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Chair Yoga:
Every Thursday Night at 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Edgehill Clubhouse

Yorktown Book Club
Being held virtually.

If you are interested in joining the book discussion virtually, send an email to

       The Yorktown Book Club is an adult book discussion group that meets from 10-11:30 a.m. on the last Tuesday of each month at the Yorktown Library. The group is congenial, and new members are always welcome. Please come even if you haven't read the month's selection to see if this is for you. Contact the Yorktown Reference desk at 890-5207 for more information, or simply come. 

NOTE:  Starting in May 2020, and until the renovations are completed at the Yorktown Library, the Yorktown book club will hold meetings in the Edgehill Clubhouse: 700 Cockletown Rd, in the Edgehill community. The same times apply.
      Example statements from members of the Book Club:  

"I am reading books I would not otherwise have considered and enjoying them."
"I seem to learn something with each book."
"The variety is excellent, and the good thing is that I have a voice in which books we choose."
"The discussions about the books are meaningful and congenial, even when people disagree—a good group."
"A great experience."
"This is the most fun I have ever had in a book club."

2020 Selections

January 28The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski

February 25 Best To Laugh by Lorna Landvik 

March 31 - A Fierce Radiance by Lauren Belfer

April 28 - The Library Book by Susan Orlean

May 26 - Educated by Tara Westover 

June 30 - The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico

July 28 - The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor

August 25 - Miss Dreamville & The Collier County Women’s Literary Society by Amy Hill Heath

September 29 - TBD after VPLC selects an author to speak at CNU in October

October 27 Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

November 24 - Mjoika by M. D. Morris

December 15Last Christmas in Paris: A Novel of World War I by Hazel Gaynor & Heather Webb



Edgehill Association
P.O. Box 1528
Yorktown, VA 23692
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