Category: Events/Meetings

Picnic, Wednesday August 18, 6:00 PM

A reminder the HCCA picnic is this Wednesday at 6:00 PM. The location is the same as prior years, the greenbelt park at the top of the hill on SE 48TH Drive. It’s a great opportunity to meet your neighbors and get to know them better!

Because of rising COVID cases, PLEASE DO NOT bring food to share. HCCA will provided individually wrapped sub sandwiches, chips, cookies, popsicles and drinks.

The HCCA picnic is a benefit for paid members of the association. You can check your dues status and join on this page http://horizoncrest.org/join-hcca

HCCA Picnic

Save the date, Wednesday August 18 at 6:00 PM. We missed seeing everybody last year, so be sure and come out and join your neighbors this year! The picnic will be at the usual place, the trail park at the intersection of SE 48TH Drive and 155TH Avenue SE. HCCA will provide Subway sandwiches and drinks. We ask neighbors to bring a side dish, salad, or dessert to share. The picnic is free for HCCA members. You can check your membership status and join at http://horizoncrest.org/join-hcca/

Annual Meeting

  1. The annual meeting of the HCCA will be virtual this year: Tuesday January 26, 7:00 PM on Zoom:

    The agenda is
    1. President’s Opening Remarks
    2. Minutes of Previous Meeting – Those minutes are here.
    3. Treasurer’s Report – The latest financial report and 2021 Proposed Budget are here.
    4. Reports of Directors and Committees
    5. Unfinished Business
    6. Elections
      1. President – Kurt Lutterman is willing to continue.
      2. Vice-President – Dave Wu is willing to continue.
      3. Secretary – Barb Lisaius is willing to continue.
      4. Treasurer – Cindi Schiel is willing to continue.
      5. Area 2 Rep. – Jorge Molina is willing to continue.
      6. Area 3 Rep. – Duncan Schofield is willing to continue.
      7. Area 4 Rep. –
      8. Area 5 Rep. –
    7. New Business
    8. Adjournment

Covid Tracking App

There is a new smartphone app that can alert you if you were in close proximity to someone who later tested positive. The app is completely private, and does not use your personal information, location, or travels in any way. On Apple devices, activate Exposure Notifications in Settings. On Android devices, download the WA Notify app. You can get more details at www.wanotify.org.