CAHH OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 2020
PRESIDENT: Patrick Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org, (703) 405-1763
VICE PRESIDENT & DRC LIAISON: Allison Miles-Lee, email@example.com, (973) 477-6582
TREASURER: Scott Weidenfeller, firstname.lastname@example.org, (571) 225-4796
SECRETARY: Mohra Gavankar, email@example.com, (815) 919-3513
MEMBERSHIP Co-Chairs: Tony Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org@hotmail.com, (571) 431-9711
Gail Kropf, email@example.com, (240) 418-0797
MVCCA LIAISON: Alene McMahon, firstname.lastname@example.org, (703) 967-5841
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: Regino Madrid, email@example.com, (202) 549-6723
PARKS LIAISON: Sally Watkins, firstname.lastname@example.org, (703) 505-1305
AT-LARGE DIRECTOR: Alan Barak, email@example.com, (240) 888-5735
"The Association is organized to promote the common good and welfare of the people of the community of Hollin Hills, including the provision of swimming, tennis and other recreation facilities for the community, and for other nonprofit purposes"
Since its beginning, Hollin Hills has had both an active civic association and extremely engaged membership. Developer Robert Davenport envisioned our neighborhood an idealistic "cooperative community," one in which a "special community of shared values" would govern itself. That noble experiment continues today, now nearly seven decades strong.
Through the years neighbors have periodically taken opposing positions on design guidelines, swimming club membership, landscaping, cell phone towers and more -- sometimes with great passion. Through it all, the civic association has been a willing convener for public debate, serving as an inclusive platform for open dialogue.
The Hollin Hills Civic Association also has served as a proud host of several events that are hallmarks of life in our community -- the annual July 4th picnic and parade, Winter Potluck event, and Octoberfest, Hollin HIlls newest tradition. Each of these events -- free to association members -- enjoys strong attendance and fosters memorable camaraderie.
In addition to those direct member benefits, membership dues over the years have contributed to the preservation and enhancement of the community, including 31 acres of parklands, as well as the value of your home.
The pinnacle achievement thus far occurred on September 30, 2013, when Hollin Hills was formally listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Earlier that year, Hollin Hills was listed as a Virginia Landmark Historic District.
Fourth of July Picnic