We still have a few spots available to be a part of Haw Creek Community Kids at Bethesda UMC! We will be offering a time for our children to come together and serve their community. Each week we will gather to take part in a different local community service project such as:
- “Thank yous” for our Fire Fighters
- Animal Treats/Toys for our Animal Shelters
- Blessing Bags for VA residents
- Mats for our Homeless Community
- “Get Well” items for children with extended stay in the hospital
If you would like to be a part of the little ways our kids can make a big difference, please contact Maria Askea, email@example.com
The Haw Creek Community Association (HCCA) invites you to a meeting on Thursday, June 28 at 7:00 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church Parrish Hall (290 Old Haw Creek Rd.) to learn what the city is thinking regarding development in neighborhoods. Todd Okolichany, planning director for the City of Asheville, will be presenting information from the city’s new comprehensive plan, Living Asheville: A Comprehensive Plan for our Future. Based on goals set by the community, the plan addresses Asheville’s future by focusing on livable built environment, resilient economy, responsible regionalism, healthy community, interwoven equality, and harmony with natural environment. Following the presentation, you will have an opportunity to ask questions related to the plan and how it affects Haw Creek.
Many people in Haw Creek have divergent opinions as to what we want in our neighborhood. We are a large neighborhood with people who have lived here for a long time and others who have moved in more recently. It is diverse neighborhood with newer homes, older homes, and rental apartments. The needs of different people must be taken into consideration in deciding what we want for the future of our neighborhood. The HCCA is seeking input from those who live in this valley.
In consideration of this, the HCCA Board of Directors is moving forward to better understand what is important to residents. In addition to this meeting, we will be holding a follow-up meeting later this summer where there will be opportunities for everyone’s voice to be heard. We are also asking neighbors to fill out a brief online survey on what is important to you and how you envision our neighborhood’s future. This survey is available and accepting your input currently.
We urge you to take the time to participate in our conversation in person and online. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Dan Martin is a principled chiropractor specializing in Torque Release Technique (TRT), the most advanced and researched chiropractic technique available. TRT is gentle and specific. This technique empowers the body to function at its highest potential, without any twisting, cracking or popping.
Dr. Dan grew up in Haw Creek and recently moved back to Haw Creek with his wife. He earned his doctorate from Life University where he learned to adjust infants, children and adults of all ages. Dr. Dan is also ICPA certified in Webster Technique, a chiropractic technique designed specifically for pregnant women. This technique optimizes pelvic balance and alignment, allowing for maximum space and comfort for the mom and baby throughout pregnancy.
Radius Chiropractic is proud to serve individuals in Haw Creek, Asheville, Black Mountain, Swannanoa and other Western North Carolina communities. Our mission is to provide you and your family with true health care through specific, neurologically based chiropractic care. Our focus is to remove nerve interference and allow your body to heal and function the way God intended. As an Asheville native, Dr. Dan is passionate about helping the WNC community find freedom and TRUE health through principled chiropractic care.
We will be having two Ribbon cuttings on July 19th. One at 11 am with the Black Mountain Chamber and Fletcher Area Business Association. The next one will be 4pm with the Asheville Chamber. We will be partnering with non-profits at both Ribbon Cuttings in order to raise money for that non-profit. There will also be lots of food, raffle prizes, and networking opportunities. Our address is 1011 Tunnel Road, Suite 110. Asheville. (In the Hometrust Plaza)
Bethesda UMC is proud to present a new and exciting ministry…the Ukulele Children’s Choir! If your child is age 6 years and up, then let them come strike a chord with us this summer. Spaces are limited, so please contact Maria, email@example.com, to save a spot or if you need more information. “It’s hard to frown when ukulele music is goin’ down.”
The AC Reynolds Class of 1978 is planning a 40th Class Reunion for Saturday, September 29, 2018. From 6-11 pm at the Land of the Sky Shrine Club at 39 Spring Cove Road, Swannanoa, NC 28778.
We are trying to find contact information for all classmates.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jeff Brown 828-231-4117 or Penny Williams Freeman 410-409-1655.
Please keep checking our CALENDAR EVENT PAGE for updated information.
ACR Class of 1978 Reunion Planning Committee