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Block Party - Sunday, September 23, 4:00 p.m.
Location: Halsey Park
Fall Yard Sale - Saturday, October 6, 9:00 AM - noon
Rain Date: Sunday, October 7
Location: Full Neighborhood
Fall Membership meeting - Tuesday, October 9, 7:00 PM
Location: Germantown Elementary
Santa Run - Sunday, December 9, 4:45 PM
Location: Halsey Park
Annual events include: Meet the Creek, Spring and Fall Yard Sales, Halloween Party, March and October general membership meetings, Greenscape, July 4th Bike Parade, Block Party at Halsey Park, and a Navy football tailgate party.
Naval Academy Stadium Events Calendar through Dec. 2018:
UPDATE: The NAAA has posted a calendar of stadium events through the remainder of the year here: Navy Stadium Events.
On Thursday, August 23rd at 6 PM, NAAA will be holding it's second annual Neighborhood Meeting at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The meeting will take place in the Akerson Tower North Club (same location as last year).
Parking may be accessed by entering the stadium parking lot at Gate 5 on Taylor Ave. It is free and one should drive around to the east side and park near the tower. Take the elevator up to the top floor. A map is available here if you need it - NAAA Meeting Map. Follow the red arrows (on the map) from Gate 5 around the stadium to the Gold Side.
This is your opportunity to speak with the NAAA directly regarding stadium events. Please bring your questions, comments, and suggestions. The outcome may be actions/steps to help keep our neighborhoods safe and as hassle free as possible.
First, I would like to thank the many volunteers who participated in AHIA's Greenscape Events, especially Nina Fischer and Grant Garcia. We enjoy many community perks, because of generous neighbors who give of their time and talents. Thank you.
On May 1, we will gather to discuss the issue of the Williams Drive Dock, and to a lesser degree the general need for a capital facility plan. Our goal is to facilitate a meeting that allows the community to meaningfully weigh the potential options and to decide on a path forward in a manner that is open and transparent.
The newly posted document outlines a few critical issues and choices. It aims to be balanced and neutral. My hope is that by providing this in advance, you will feel prepared to fully participate in the May 1 meeting. As always, if you have questions please feel free to reach out by e-mail or through Facebook. I will do my best to reply in a timely fashion to keep the dialogue going.
A "Special General Membership Meeting" has been called by the AHIA Board regarding the situation that has developed regarding the replacement of the dock on Williams Drive.
This meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Germantown Elementary School.
A letter from the AHIA Board President, Scott Gibson, can be found on the page created for the dock replacement here: Williams Dock Replacement. Additional information will posted to that site as it becomes available. Two quotes for replacing the dock can also be read at this site.