OSHNA’s Great Neighborhood Yard Sale

October 12, 2019 7:30 am until 2:30 pm It is time again for the OSHNA Great Neighborhood Yard Sale! If you would like to participate in the yard sale, please fill out the payment information below. A map will be created with each address indicated and distributed on the day of the event. We do the hard work of getting people to your door so you can focus on the sale. You will also be provided with a yard sign letting people know that you are a participating member. No fussing with signs, newspapers, or anything else. Plus, we offer a free charity service to pick up any items you do not sell. OSHNA provides this event as a service to our members and our neighborhood.  Let’s show off our favorite part of Tampa, have a fun day, and clear out the attic! OSHNA members pay $5, non-members pay $15 and receive a one year membership. All participation fees collected from the yard sale go to the betterment of the Old Seminole Heights Neighborhood. OSHNA’s Great Neighborhood Yard Sale Happens Rain or Shine. We will be unable to reimburse the fee for any reason. Happy Shopping! Sign up for yard sale… Read more“OSHNA’s Great Neighborhood Yard Sale”

2018 Holiday Party

We are very excited about this year’s Heights Wonderland Holiday Party to be held Friday, December 14 From 5:30 PM – 11 PM at the American Legion on Sligh and Florida Ave. We will have a Santa for the kids as well as cookie decorating. Come early for the kiddos at 5:30. There will also be some jammin’ music and a big dance floor! We have stocked the bar and there will be plenty of amazing food and drinks for all to enjoy. We are also proud to support two local charities, the Toys for Tots program and the Memorial Middle School program. Bring an unwrapped toy and/or general household supplies. $20 @ The Door (each person)

Votes Are In

Elections 2017 OSHNA’s regular annual elections were held at the October General Membership Meeting this past Tuesday night. Two officers and four trustees were candidates. Debi Johnson was elected president and Bill Hunter was re-elected secretary. Cinda Hitchcock and Lynn Hurtake were elected trustees. Debi has served as president before so is very experienced. Bill has served in various capacities for many years and as secretary since 2009. Both Cinda and Lynn have been active on committees. Cinda works with the Friends of the Seminole Heights Library and does a great deal of the work involved in setting up and managing our booth at the Sunday Market. Lynn has been chair of the Land Use Committee for some time and has been working hard on the various issues in that area. All the above volunteer in too many capacities to list here. We are fortunate to have these dedicated volunteers on our board.