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At Home by High Community Survey Report

At Home by High Community Survey Report

Across the country, communities are launching “Village” organizations to connect neighbors with neighbors and help people remain in their own homes as they age.  These membership-based organizations host social gatherings, plan group outings, and recruit volunteers from the neighborhood to help their members with yard work, errands, transportation, and other daily tasks that become more […]

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Harrison West Society Executive Committee Nominations Are Open

Harrison West Society Executive Committee Nominations Are Open

Are you interested in being part of the Harrison West Society Executive Committee? The society will hold annual elections on May 17, 2017 and will be accepting nominations for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary. Society members may submit a nomination in person at our April 19, 2017 meeting or electronically at any time. If you would like to […]

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Earth Day Litter Cleanup

Earth Day is Friday, April 22, 2016. To celebrate, Earth Day Columbus is encouraging residents to get out and help nurse our sick planet back to health. The Harrison West Society Parks and Green Spaces Committee will once again sponsor an event. This year, we’re looking for 40 volunteers to pick up litter along the Olentangy […]

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Updates from the HWS Parks and Green Space Committee

As spring takes over from a mild winter, the Harrison West Society Parks and Green Space Committee has begun planning this year’s schedule and watching for some of our long-awaited projects to begin to bear fruit. As in past years, we will hold park workdays on the last Saturdays and the Wednesdays before the last […]

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Battelle Teams Track Street Trees for Trimming

I can’t count how many times I’ve been smacked in the face by wet branches while walking through the neighborhood after a rain or shivering at the unwelcome clout of a big, fat, cold drop of water drooling off a leaf that I ducked and running down my back. It’s been on my to-do list to survey the […]

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