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Wire Fundraiser


As you are cycling through your Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, holiday decorations, are you finding that your lighting decorations kaput?  Are you ready to do some decluttering to make room for new decorations?   Here’s an easy opportunity to do two things at once – declutter AND help the Edgehill Association


What:      Recycle wire - old holiday lights, cords from electrical appliances, extension cords, old electrical wire of any type

When:     November 15, 2023 through January 30, 2024

Where:    Drop off inside the Edgehill pool fence near the back gate

Questions:     Contact: Susan Rife rifesa2@gmail.com


Susan Rife is running this fundraiser for the 4th year in a row.  Thank you Susan!!


The association will be collecting electrical wiring and copper pipes for funded recycling November 15, 2023 through January 30, 2024. If you have any


Please consider turning it into the association and it will be taken to a recycling center and turned in for cash.


How to turn in the wiring/copper: A receptacle will be placed inside the back gate of the pool. you can toss the wiring/copper over the fence and into the receptacle, don't worry if you miss.

Rada Ongoing Fundraiser

Tired of dull knives?

Know someone who is getting married?  Going to college?  Moving into a new home or apartment?  Tired of using the same ole' knives??

We have a great opportunity for you to get them a reasonably priced, but great quality gift that is Made in America AND has lifetime guarantee and, a bonus, supports the Edgehill Association.

Personal favorites*:

- Peelers – page 4 – R132, W232, R141, R241

- Bread knife – page 7 – R136, W236

- Tomato knife – pages 4 & 14 – R126, W226, W426

- Handi-Stir – page 17 – R117, W217

- Cheeseball mixes – page 23

- Baking pans on back of catalog

* I prefer black handles or Anthem knives because I use a dishwasher.  Aluminum knife’ handles show “tarnish” in dishwasher – does not affect performance


Picnic Committee Lead: Are you good at event planning?   There is a great team who help this leader.  This committee plans neighborhood picnics, membership meals, and pool parties.  This committee plans our various social events:  Memorial Day and Labor Day Picnics, Summer Pool Parties, and two Membership Meeting Dinners.  Some of these events are pot luck and the two membership meetings are dinners.   

Edgehill is a mature neighborhood in York County on the Virginia Peninsula consisting of over 500 single-family homes, mostly on large shady lots.  It is wooded and quiet, yet still close enough to town to be convenient. We are surrounded by the Yorktown Battlefield National Park, Newport News Park, and watershed forests. 

Edgehill is home to engineers and entrepreneurs, tradesmen and teachers, policemen and firemen, soldiers and Coasties, retirees, little old ladies, young families, and empty-nesters.  We have a pool and a clubhouse, but no mandatory fees. 

The nearby schools are excellent. Yorktown Elementary School is in the neighborhood, Yorktown Middle School is 2.9 milles down the highway, and York High School is within walking distance across the highway. 

The Edgehill Association began in 1961 (click here for Edgehill History and Deed to Members) and continues to be active today with many seasonal activities appropriate for families and members all ages.  We are proud of our community and our neighbors and welcome you to join us.  The Association is completely voluntary - membership is voluntary, participation is voluntary, board membership and leadership is voluntary.   There are no covenants for home ownership you might find in "homeowners' associations."  The Edgehill Association is completely dependent upon all residents to invest in the future of and to care about our neighborhood.   The minimum contribution requested is only $100 annually (less than $9 per month) and there are so many benefits to each resident as a result.

The Edgehill Association offers pool membership, clubhouse events, clubhouse rental for weddings, functions, celebrations for up to 175 people. Plan on having your event at the Edgehill clubhouse. 

IMPORTANTWhen inputting the address into Google Maps - use "Edgehill Community Center" instead of 700 Cockletown Road.   As you can see, for some reason, Google Maps takes you to the corner of York-Warwick Drive and Cockletown, instead of Grafton District Road and Cockletown.

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