Challenge to Fill the House!

On May 17, 2018 Officer Bob Skalla will be our guest speaker and provide Active Shooter Training. This is a very important presentation that all should take part in to be able to protect ourselves and our families, since this is becoming a nightly news event.

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ticketsOfficer Bob has CHALLENGED us to “Fill the House”. This is such an important topic, I know we can “Fill the House”! We currently have 94 followers currently reading this blog. We hope to see ALL of you there! If you have not heard Officer Bob speak, he is very charismatic and motivating! You don’t want to miss it! We have been busy contacting merchants and we  have several door prizes! One prize alone is worth $150!

vote matterWe will also need your vote for the final street topper designs, election of several important association officer positions, and agreement when to start the crime patrol. Patrols are trained and ready!

We will be starting the membership drive soon. Please help support your neighborhood. We have been working very hard to make a difference for Harvest Hills South by bringing this neighborhood together. Membership dues are only $30.00 a year! That is only missing a Starbucks coffee once a week for a month. Please help support us to support you. You can pay by PayPal or mail a check.

This is only the beginning of our Dream Big plans!

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Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

 

 

Things going on this weekend


Things to Do & See: April 10 – April 16, 2018

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Tuesday, April 10
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.

Wednesday, April 11
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
John Moreland and Deer Tick; 7 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; (800) 514-3849; Ticket prices vary.
Memphis Grizzlies vs. Oklahoma City Thunder; 7 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; 602-8700; Ticket prices vary.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Shawn James; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets prices vary.

Thursday, April 12
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
OKG Music Show; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets prices vary.

Friday, April 13
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Southwest Street Rod Nationals; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; State Fair park; Ticket prices vary.
LIVE on the Plaza; 7 p.m.; Plaza District; This event is free.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Baby Cakes; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
truTV Impractical Jokes; 7:30 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; 602-8700; Ticket prices vary.
Red City Radio; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets prices vary.

Saturday, April 14
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Southwest Street Rod Nationals; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; State Fair park; Ticket prices vary.
Oklahoma Songwriter’s Festival; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets prices vary.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Baby Cakes; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, April 15
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Southwest Street Rod Nationals; 8 a.m. to noon; State Fair park; Ticket prices vary.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Baby Cakes; 2:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Nick Swardson; 7:30 p.m.; The Criterion; Ticket prices vary.
Chief Keef; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets prices vary.

Monday, April 16
Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum; Regular Museum Hours; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Regular Museum Admission.
Round Rock Express vs. Oklahoma City Baby Cakes; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.

Save the date May 17th, 2018

Save_the_DateDue to a scheduling conflict with Hefner PD we are changing our general meeting to May 17th.

Officer Bob will be there to provide training on Active Shooter and what we need to do to protect ourselves. This will be excellent training, you won’t want to miss it!

We are going to have some great door prizes!

During this meeting we will also have elections for 1st Vice President, Secretary and Web/Newsletter Communications. Please consider running for one of these offices. We need you!

We will also vote on whether we should establish the crime patrol for the neighborhood. We have 13 people trained and ready to start. We will also discuss getting the street sign toppers and their final design.

Get involved! We are doing some really great things! We need your support!

ReminderAnnual dues are $30.00. Please make your payment today! Please either click on the PayPal button on the right or send a check to Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association, Attn: Corky Bishop, PO Box 721804, Oklahoma City, OK 73172-1804.

We can’t keep Dreaming Big without your support!

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

Community Behind Us

We want to give a big shout out to Pep Boys on NW Expressway!

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amber lightWe told our story to them on how Harvest Hills South is coming together as a neighborhood. They graciously donated an amber light and spotlight to used for our Crime Patrol. They thought it is great that we are getting to know our neighbors and that we want our neighborhood to be a safe place.

Harvest Hills South wants to Thank You Pep Boys for your support.

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

 

 

 

Things Going On This Weekend

Consider inviting a neighbor and go to one of these activities!

April 6 – 8, 2018

Informed Delivery

Today there was a post on NextDoor from one of our neighbors about missing mail. Everyone should sign up for informed delivery through the post office. It is a free service through USPS. They will scan every piece of mail and send you an email to let you know what is being delivered that day. This will help you to report when your mail has been tampered. You need to report any tampering of your mail to the police.

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Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

Membership drive will be starting soon. If you have already paid 2018 dues, THANK YOU. If not, please click on PayPal. We need your support to Dream Big.

 

 

 

Harvest Hills South is Lighting the Way!

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I got to work this morning and had the best surprise ever! I received a copy of the letter from the City requesting additional street lights for Harvest Hills South Neighborhood!!!

Here are the locations light poles will be installed!

  1. Azalea Avenue and NW82nds Street, at the intersectionlight pole
  2. Harvest Moon Road and NW 78th Terrace, at the intersection
  3. Debar Circle and NW78th Terrace, at the intersection
  4. Harvest Hills Road and NW 78th Terrace, at the intersection
  5. 8303 NW78th Terrace, at the dead end
  6. Harvest Moon Road and NW 81st Street, at the intersection
  7. Between 8000 and 8001 Tammy Circle, in the cul-de-sac
  8. Harvest Hills Road and NW 80th Street, at the intersection

I also followed up on the repairs for the street lights on Harvest Moon and the ticket is still open and they are working the issue. I will keep following up on it.

I also turned in a ticket for the light at NW 86th and McKee that is on 24hrs a day. They will have someone come out and check on it too.

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association. If you have paid your annual dues, THANK YOU! If not, please click on the PayPal link. Dues are $30.00 annually and that will help us do GREAT things for this neighborhood.

Harvest Hills South is Dreaming Big! Look out crime we are lighting things up!

 

 

Dream Big

Membership drive will start on April 20th. You can pay by PayPal located on the right hand side of the website or mail it to Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association, Attn: Corky Bishop, PO Box 721804, Oklahoma City, OK 73172-1804. Annual membership dues are $30.00. This money goes towards: keeping up the entrances, website, newsletters or flyers as needed, garage sale, Neighbors Night Out and Santa Ride.

Still looking for voters on the sign toppers. Please cast your vote, so we can get some quotes to see if we can make this happen.

Dream Big

We need your support to be able to Dream Big! Please send us your comments on Dream Big projects you would like to see happen in our neighborhood. You never know if they are possible unless we Dream Big.

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

 

 

Crime Watch Patrol Training Monday 6:30PM – Join us

Crime Watch PatrolWe still need more volunteers to join us for the Neighborhood Crime Watch Patrol. If you are interested in being a part of our group, please meet us at the Hefner Rd Police Department. Training is at 6:30-7:30PM Monday night.

This training is sponsored  by Neighborhood Alliance and the Hefner Road Division Police Department.

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The sooner we complete training the sooner we can start to schedule our patrols!

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.