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Laser tape measure? 06-02-2023
Hello all, wondering if anyone has a laser tape measure we could borrow for a tricky project. Thanks! Karen Karenaspinwall411@gmail.com
Posted By Karen Aspinwall

Message from trash hauler 05-28-2023
Here is the latest announcement from our trash hauler: Today, we remember those who sacrificed so we could live in freedom. This Memorial Day, there will be no solid waste collections on Monday, May 29, and our offices will be closed. Monday routes will be collected on Tuesday, May 30. All other routes normally serviced Tuesday - Friday will be collected as normally scheduled without delay. The Blue Ridge MRF will be closed on Memorial Day.
Posted By Larry Miller

Just moving in! 05-28-2023
Hello, everyone! My mother (Marilyn), and I (Helene), are in the very long process of moving in to 1685 Bald Eagle Circle. Thank you to everyone who has stopped by to say “hello!” Couple of questions (there are sure to be many more): - notice here says Meridian Waste pickup will be delayed a day this week. Is that the City of Harrisonburg trash removal? - along the same lines - we’re finally getting down to the end of our boxes and paper and need to get rid of it faster. I will contact the City on Tuesday to figure out how the whole “pay for a sticker for extra items outside the can” works. In the interim, if anyone has extra room in their cans when they put them out the next couple of weeks and wouldn’t mind letting me dump in an extra bag at the curb - please LMK. Thanks. Can’t wait to meet everyone! Helene
Posted By Helene Clrk

Trash pickup 05-26-2023
This Memorial Day, Meridian Waste Customer Care offices will be closed and our residential hauling operations will be delayed by one day.
Posted By Larry Miller

Thank you for worrying in our absence 05-18-2023
Folks, Kathe and I are off to Tuscany for several weeks mid-May thru June. Kathe’s friend, Gail Houston, whom a couple of you have met, has volunteered to babysit our house and our 1/6th dog by size. (Or 2 skinny dogs tall by bark/yodel “Rudy”.) After a 3rd degree grilling by the board, they have agreed that Gail may use the pool, during our absence. We have told Gail, this permission is a “special extension of privilege” from the community, no guests are allowed, be careful and have fun, and folks look forward to seeing you
Posted By Jerry & Kathe

in need of Rock Salt 04-30-2023
Anyone have some Rock Salt on hand? I need small amount for an art project.
Posted By Sandra

Lane Changes 03-30-2023
The city will be holding a public meeting across town at Lucy Simms Tomorrow (Thursday eve) at 4:30 to 7:30 to explain how 3 lanes on Garbers Church is safer, than 4 lanes. I think they also plan to tell us more bikes on Garbers Church is also better (safer?) With 500 pages of drawings I am sure they are correct.
Posted By Jerry Scripture

Welder Needed 03-29-2023
Many of you may have noticed our metal pig weather vane that is out front. He has “ come detached” and I believe needs to be welded. Does anyone have a contact that could help repair him?? Thanks . 🐷
Posted By Joan Ford 302-287-0768

Shenandoah Valley Choral Society Spring Concert 03-22-2023
The Shenandoah Valley Choral Society, under the direction of Curtis Nolley, will present its annual spring concert on Friday, April 14th, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 16th, 3:00 p.m. at Bridgewater Church of the Brethren. The concert will feature Maurice Durufle’s 20th century masterpiece, Requiem, with organ accompaniment by Dr. Larry Taylor, and student soloists from James Madison University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts. The second half of the concert will feature a celebration of spring with choral settings of poetry by Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson, and William Wordsworth among others. Tickets are available at the door, locally at Harrisonburg Friendly City Food Co-Op, Bridgewater Foods Supermarket, and on-line at singshenandoah.org. Admission is $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.
Posted By Rick Orem

Pickleball 03-22-2023
Hello all, If anyone is interested, pickleball at the Rec Center on Dogwood is offered from 9 am -11 am Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays beginning March 27th. Membership is $30 per year for senior Harrisonburg residents, or if you’re just interested in trying there is a $3 drop-in fee. It’s a mixed bag of levels, but as someone who has just been playing a few months, I can tell you most everyone is very accommodating and helpful. If you don’t have your own equipment, there are paddles available. So whether you’ve been thinking about trying, wanting to get back into it, or want to increase your court time, now might be your chance. Shout out to Jim Honeycutt for having the conversation with the right person to make this happen. Karen Aspinwall
Posted By Karen Aspinwall

Heritage Estates is a Scripture Community, along with The Glen at Cross Keys, Liberty Square, and Founders Way.
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Heritage Estates is marketed by Scott Rogers, Suzanne Trow & Carey Keyes of Funkhouser Real Estate Group.