Pre-registration is now open for our annual Summer Fest event. This year the Social Committee is bringing you unbelievable fun with Knockerball Michigan! Not familiar with KnockerBall? Check out their website here and learn about all the fun you and children can enjoy! Waivers are needed to participate. You can download the form below and bring with you the day of the event.
But the fun doesn’t stop their friends!! We will also have additional inflatables for energy jumping needs, music, food and more (*select food items available for an additional cost)!
Heavenly Hot Dogs & Catering will be on site offering their all beef hot dogs, Polish sausages, chips, pop and more! Prices for food and beverages range from $1.00-$5.00.
Also, Kona Ice will be joining us from 4-5:30. Cool down with a fresh shaved ice on the hot summer day! From Kiddie to Kowabunga you can enjoy your favorite flavorwave. Costs range from $2-$5.
Email Social@MyCHV.com for more information.
The event is FREE for those neighbors who have paid their 2017 Social Committee dues!! You can donate now with the link below:
The HOA board meets tomorrow in the second floor of the Canton Social Services building behind the old school house.
Here is the agenda: Agenda 05-15-17 Open Portion.
Come and give us your feedback. Hope to see you there.
Hey Neighbors! We have a great event planned! It’s sure to be a big hit for all families. We are looking for a few volunteers for Summer Fest on June 10 at 4pm to help with the event. This is a great way to get those community service hours in!
SAVE THE DATE: June 10 @ 4-7pm
Summer Fest is our second largest event of the whole year! You will not want to miss out.
Registration is will open soon for Summer Fest! Cost is $15/family! Or pay your annual Social Committee Dues $25/family and have FREE Access to all of our events for the rest of the year! Already paid your dues? Great! Pick up your wrist band and tickets at the registration table at the event! We hope to see you there!
Who is excited for Summer Fest on June 10? We sure are! Like this post if you plan to attend and tag a neighbor you think should join us too!
- Summer Fest June 10th (4 pm – 7 pm)
- Music in the Park July 26th (7 pm)
- Homebrew Progressive July 8th (7 pm)
- Movies in the Park June TBD, July TBD, August TBD
- Chili Cook Off September 30th (4 pm – 7 pm)
- Christmas in the Village December 2nd (4 pm – 7 pm)
2017 Dues are $25.00 per family for the year and it includes all events
CHV neighbors can Pay their Social Committee Dues or Pre-Register for events
To Pre-Register – email firstname.lastname@example.org
To pay your dues only go to www.mychv.com for PayPal.
Login and follow the Committees – Social Committee link
You can also pay your dues at most of the events
We are always looking for volunteers to plan and help out at the events. If you would like to join our team we meet on the 1st Monday of each month. Please contact the Social Committee at email@example.com for more information
Agenda 04-17-17 Open Portion The board meets tonight at the second floor boardroom of the Social Services building on Ridge Road behind the old school house.
As we head into spring/summer, residents will want to start reserving the parks for parties and family events. The responsibility of the CHV Park Rentals has been turned over to the Association from the Social Committee. Herriman & Associates will handle all bookings. Please go to Homeowner Resources to find links to the Park Rental Packet Letter and Parks Rental Application. The letter will direct residents to mail or drop off the application at Herriman & Associates office.
If you have any questions feel free to contact site manager Jeff McDuff at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dianna Rorabacher at email@example.com.
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Dear Cherry Hill Village Resident This Is a Friendly Reminder:
While the vast majority of CHV residents are very considerate of their neighbors, this communication is simply intended to remind all CHV I and CHV II residents to be thoughtful as to where you are parking your vehicle(s).
As you know the streets and alleys in CHV are very narrow and some are more difficult to negotiate than others, especially in areas like the corner of Roosevelt St. and Harding St., Roosevelt St. between Harding St. and Hancock St. and Constitution St. at Liberty St. These areas receive a lot of traffic entering and leaving CHV. It is especially important that residents be mindful of where they park in the more challenging areas.
We have had several complaints of people parking directly behind driveways making it almost impossible for the driveway owner to exit his or her driveway. Please take that into consideration when choosing your parking location.
We ask that you please abide by the Bylaws which state that “All owners shall use at least one (1) space in their respective garages for the parking of a vehicle” (Article VI; Section 6, General Conditions (H).
There is “no parking” on the mailbox side of streets in CHV. We would ask that you not park on the mailbox side.
There is “no parking” in the alleys in CHV. (Article VI; Section 6, General Conditions (H).
We appreciate your assistance with these matters.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Jeff McDuff, Site Manager
Cherry Hill Village
Herriman & Associates, Inc.
Management Agent for
Cherry Hill Village
Dear Members of CHV:
As you may know, the Board of Directors meets ten months per year on the third Monday.
Henceforth we will be posting the board meeting agendas in advance of each meeting. This will permit you to know the topics that will be addressed at each upcoming board meeting.
Board meeting minutes have been posted for some time now.
Owners are welcome to sit in on the Open Portion of board meetings. There is time for owners to make comments and suggestions and to ask questions.
The agenda for the meeting on Monday, March 20, 2017 is here.
CHV Director and Board Secretary