The Annual Membership Drive has come to a close. Many of you already sent in your membership or received a visit from your Block Captain discussing the WKCA membership drive; these are dedicated individuals whose assistance we could not do without ‐I hope you will be able to support the Civic Association. Although, we will accept membership dues all year round, we had a cut-off date of 30 May in order to input the data into our data base and get ready to print our Directory. The Directories have been printed and we will be distributing them shortly. As of June we have 309 members out of 489 residents who have paid and submitted their forms, dues are only $20.00 per year. For all the members that have joined, thank you! For those who have not had a chance to pay their dues, I ask that you fill out the membership form and mail it in, if you have questions E‐mail Kathy Sherman at kjsherman3gmail.com, or Tom Blume at email@example.com. The WKCA can only continue to provide the services, events and activities we all enjoy through your continued support. Both owners and those renting a home in the community are eligible to join. Even if you decide not to join the WKCA, please update the form and send it in, so your listing and our data base is up to date.
See Below What Your Dues Pay For
Knolls News – Printed at least quarterly, providing information on WKCA activities, home improvement tips, committee reports, neighborhood news, and more!
Neighborhood Directory – An excellent resource is published biennially. 2017 is the next printing. Keeping our data base current is a must.
Social Events – Sponsoring events like the 4th of July Parade/Ice Cream Social, Halloween Parade and Party, Community Picnic, and more.
Service - Twice a year HOA and WKCA Dumpster Day, Twice a year Orange Hunt & WKCA Large pick up saves you the time and effort of going to the dump or paying your trash service $75 for a special pickup, Twice a year Orange Hunt & WKCA community yard sale.
WKCA sponsors Cub Scout Pack 685
Advocacy – Gathering information on issues of importance to WK residents, sharing it, gathering input, and representing the community as appropriate
Beautification – Sponsoring Cleanup Day in the spring, planting scrubs/flowers, fund ~$2,200.00 dollars annually for the mowing of Huntsman median sidewalks, and sign area throughout the spring/summer to keep up property values in the community.
WKCA Website and Email Updates – Check out www.winstonknolls.net – offering 24/7 access to neighborhood resources and information
Neighborhood Watch – Working with local authorities and looking out for each other.
* Residents may join anytime throughout the year, but the annual membership drive runs from March - May each year.