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.

It’s Election Time!

The elections for the 2017-2018 Board of Trustees will be held on October 24, 2017 at our General Meeting. The location will be announced at a later date. Nominations will be accepted beginning on July 25th through August 31st. This year positions that are up for election are President, Secretary, and 2 Trustee positions. Each position carries a 2 year term. In order to serve on the OSHNA board in any position, you must have been a member for 12 months. In order serve in the position of President, you must have served on the Board of Trustees for one year. Each nominee will need to complete this 2017 Election Nomination Form and submit it to the Elections Committee. The nominees will be presented to the membership in the September edition The Advisor. Committee Chair: Rich Yates Email:

Greenspace Project

On July 29th OSHNA will be sponsoring a landscaping project at the Seminole Heights United Method Church located at 6111 N Central Avenue. Last weekend a group of volunteers prepared the beds for planting and it’s ready to go. Please come join us as we work together to make our neighborhood a better place. Planting starts at 9:00 am.