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FYI!
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 (edgehillmembership@gmail.com
2. Visit the following Web site:  https://edgehill-association-inc.square.site/ to make your payment.
3. Be aware that by using a credit card, an additional 3% will be added.




Message from the Edgehill Association.  3/31/2020


Hello Edgehill!  So how are we doing with our new reality?  There are a couple of positives to think about as we move into spring and summer!  First, I really enjoy how many people are out and about talking to each other.  It has happened at least twice in my lifetime here in Edgehill.  The 2nd time was during hurricane Isabel in 2003.  (Twelve days without power forces people to come out and say hi.)  The first time was from any year between 1962 and 1984; before cable, internet, x-box…etc.  The resulting meetings between people were the same for both time periods.  You meet your neighbors, you find out if there is anything you can do for each other, and everyone benefits. There is a whole lot of time to do yard work, housework, and family bonding!  Keep going out for those walks, use social distancing, and keep talking to each other!  (: 

The new rules from the Governor have told us that there is to be “no social gatherings” of 10 or more until June 10th.  We, as an association, are canceling all April activities that would conflict with this directive.  The community yard sale and swim team signups are delayed right now.  

In the hopes that things get better, currently, we are still planning on opening the pool on time and the Memorial Day picnic.  The swim team is still planning as if there will be a season.   All of this is subject to change depending on circumstance.  

To all of you who are in this association because of ONLY the pool, please think about joining even in the event we must open late.  We are going to do everything in our power to open on time or as soon as we can.  We are a voluntary association and still need memberships to pay the various bills that will come due.  Please know that we appreciate your support in this association and all that we try to do for our neighborhood AND York County.    

We, as an association, still need lots of help to take the place of our (postponed?) “day of caring”.  The EHA would love to have anyone with time on their hands help with a whole list of jobs needed to be done.  The following link would be helpful!  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/176EjJtVNJaUmgNMDos4763eUsiSteiOnsagJw85Zg-M/edit?usp=sharing

Thank you

Steve Fisher

EH Association President

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TIME TO JOIN EHA

    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!


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ALL-YEAR ACTIVITIES
(SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Yoga: 
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
(SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

       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. 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




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