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Next Board Meeting

September 20, 2016

6:30 pm in the
Robinson Pub


Welcome to HighVista Amenity Association's Website!

The High Vista Property Owners Associations (POA), legally known as the High Vista Amenity Association Inc., has a mission to “create an affordable, sustainable and usable entity comprised of a coalition of willing residents who acquire and govern key High Vista assets with the goal of protecting, maintaining and enhancing our property values and the quality of life in our community”.

The POA assets include the large clubhouse which contains the Robinson Pub (downstairs) open for business most days and 3-4 evenings per week, as well as the Laurel Room (upstairs) used for large member events and outside events; also a swimming pool, tennis courts, community park and parking lots.

The POA sponsors many Member activities throughout the year including Yoga, Team Trivia, Tennis, Pickleball, Beach Bingo, Mah Jongg, Pull the Joker, Bridge, Book Club (Ladies), TGIF, Ladies Luncheons, Men’s Breakfasts, Summer Daycamps, and Kid’s Club. We also sponsor a number of events such as a New Year’s Eve Party, July 4th & Memorial Day Celebrations, Wine Tastings, Pool Parties, Craft Beer Tastings, Family Style Dinners, Game Nights and other holiday parties.

  Do you know what you're missing by not being a member?

Call our General Manager, Chris Wyant, at 891-8047, ext 328, and he will gladly let you know!


Please consider volunteering to run for one of the four vacancies on our Board in November.
Some Boards require a great deal of time and energy by members but that is not the case with our POA Board. We generally only have one Board meeting each month and maybe one additional committee meeting.
We are a united community of residents and there is rarely any conflict or disagreement.
In other words, it is a great way to serve your community.
If you, or someone you have talked with, are interested in serving our Association;
please contact any Board member for nominating information.

The next couple of months are busy ones within the POA with some exciting
and big events for members to enjoy.
In order for these to be successful, we need a little help from many members.
In fact the Fall Festival will not happen without it.
Please consider giving at least an hour or 2 of your time to one or more of the below events.

Sunday October 9th (1-4pm) Craft Show: Need 16 people/8 per 1 1/2 hour shifts to help with directing parking, carting attendees that need assistance, handing out brochures at registration tables- no heavy labor

Saturday October 22nd (10-2pm) Assemble the exterior of the Haunted House: Need 6 people, with brawn and drills- moderate to heavy labor

Sunday October 23rd (1-5pm) Assemble the interior of the Haunted House: Need 6 people, with brawn and drills- moderate to heavy labor Saturday

October 29th (10-12pm) set up stations for Fall Festival: Need 8 people- low to moderate labor
Saturday October 29th(1-4pm) Need 16 people-8 per 1 1/2 hour shift to work Fall Festival game stations or ticket table-need 2-3 face painters, photographer and a table trick magician- no to low labor
Saturday October 29th (4-5pm) 10 people to clean up the Fall Festival games and put in storage in the Club House- low to moderate labor

Sunday October 30th (1-5pm)Take down Haunted House: Need 10 people to disassemble and put back in storage under the pro shop- moderate to heavy labor

If you can help with any of these events email Leanne Northcott at

Thank you for your time and consideration.

August 2016 Newsletter

Contact info:
General Manager, Chris Wyant, 828-891-8047, ext 328
Event Coordinator, Jessie Sims, 828-707-0971
Club Administrator, Denise Librizzi, 828-891-8047

Soup of The Day $6.00
Marinated Grilled Salmon with choice of sides$13.95
Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes Vegetables $11.95
Grilled Egg Plant, Parm and Spaghetti $12.00
Fish and Chips, Fries and Coleslaw 12.00
Includes Cup of Soup or Salad
Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Vegetables
Dessert of the Day ask your server for details


Ladies Lunch Thursday Oct 20, 2016

Thank you for you continued patronage.

Robinson Pub Regular Hours of Operation:

Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 11am to 5pm
Wednesday through Friday - 11am to 9pm
Saturday - 10am to 5pm
Sunday - Noon to 5pm

Pool Hours

Saturday - 10am to 7pm
Sunday - 11am to 7pm

• No pool monitor on duty week days starting next week (Monday, August 29th)
• During weekdays, you must be 18 years of age or accompanied by an adult to enter

The Pool will close for the season on Sunday, September 18th.

We thank you for your patronage and look forward to seeing next year!


"Zumba" on Tuesdays at 6pm

"Members Night" on Wednesdays

Pull the Joker on Thusdays - ticket sales start at 7pm

********UPCOMING! (For more detail, see the Events Page)********

High Vista 2016 POA Crafts & Goods Show

Vendor information
When: Sunday October 9th, 2016 1pm-4pm
(Vendors can begin setting up as early as 9am)
Where: The High Vista Laurel Room and possibly Cordell room
Supplied by HV POA(while supplies last): Tables (small round; large round; 4ft-8ft rectangle)
while supplies last, 1st come 1st serve.
You are also welcome to bring your own tables or display items.
What you need: Table cloths/coverings; signage; change for cash sales
Types of Vendors: Crafters; Artists; Upcyclers; Antiquers; Re-salers; bakers; potters and more!
Types of tender accepted: This is up to you; cash, check or CC.

Cost for Vendors: POA members: No charge
Non-POA members: $10 fee per table or 8ft of space

We are also planning to hold a raffle with 4-5 giveaways, so please consider donating an item for this.
We will be partnering with local crafter, artists, bakers, upcyclers and more!

Please feel free to pass this information on to anyone you know that may be interested in being a vendor.

The pub will have lunch specials for vendors and attendees!

Co-Chairs: Mary Beth Ford 828-458-6177
and Leanne Northcott 828-301-5514

Please see our August Newsletter

If you are interested in posting an ad in the monthly newsletter,
for your business, a garage sale, or other news,
please contact our office.
Quarter-page ads will be $25.00 payable to HVAA.

For our Youth Golf Program call 891-8047 and follow the prompts for Golf to speak with Pat Warren.

We are in need of more members who have an interest in serving in a volunteer capacity to:
•Oversee the Euchre group
•Lead several ongoing, cleaning, maintenance, painting and gargening projects
•Welcome new members
•Serve as Ambassadors
•Assist with special events parking, directions, etc.

We have ambitious plans to improve and our progress depends upon member participation.
We hope we can count on your support.  Please contact the office for more information.

Do you have an upcoming party or event that you would like to host here at your club?

POA Members receive 50% off our posted room rental rates for both The Laurel Room and the Cordell Room.

Contact our office for availability and to discuss the details of your event.

Be sure to take a look at our event photos courtesy of Harold Zeltner!

as of June, 2016

181 Equity Members (160 Full-time and 21 Part-time)
16 Limited Equity Members - Lot Owners

2 Non-Equity Members - Outside
2 Lessee Members

The Members Only Page is activated for
High Vista Amenity Association Members.

Please note that a secure username and password have been provided to all members via a past email.
Please contact Denise if you do not have this information. Remember, all characters are lowercase.

On the Members Only page you can view:

Membership Directory
Gate Code for Tennis Courts
POA Community Facebook Page
Curent Fiscal Year Board Meeting Minutes/Agendas
Financial Information
POA Committees / Members
POA Policies
Prior Fiscal Year Minutes


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