The Hickory Withe Community Association met on May 2, 2019 at the HW Presbyterian Church.
The meeting opened with prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Forty people were in attendance, including several newcomers.
After a potluck Mexican meal, including food from Jalapeno’s Restaurant, several committee reports were made.
Jane Mitchell reminded the group of the Relay for Life on June 8th and asked for donations for that event and also for Fayette Care’s food pantry.
The night’s program concerned the Fayette County Neighborhood Watch organization.
David Larkin, leader for the Hickory Withe Neighborhood Watch, spoke about the steps that have been taken in forming this effort to make Fayette County and its citizens safer. The county has been divided into large zones, and the Hickory Withe area has also been divided into four zones. Each zone has a captain and smaller areas within zones will have block captains, as well. The Hickory Withe
neighborhood watch group has a board and is a non-profit organization. In order for neighborhoods to come together, there are block parties in the planning stage to get the word out to citizens in each area.
*** The non-emergency phone number for Fayette County response is (901) 465-3456. This is a number that citizens should use to report to the authorities anything that seems suspicious. The county law enforcement officers have said they will be glad to check out reported activity in order to keep Fayette residents and property safe.
The next meeting of the HW Community Association will be June 6th, 2019.
Tammy George/Christian Stanfield - Vintage Victrola Music
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