Mark your calendars for upcoming spring events

Saturday, March 26

Easter Egg Hunt at Browne’s Ferry Park Help needed hiding eggs. There may be a furry visitor!

Saturday, April 9

Community Yard Sale. If you intend to host a yard sale, please email general categories of your sale items to brownesferryhoa@gmail.com. If enough homeowners participate, we will create a community map to distribute at the community entrance to help people find your sales.

If you would like to help plan or organize any events, email Social Committee Chair Molly Hall at secretary@brownesferry.com.

Christmas Light Contest Winners

The neighbors have spoken!

First place in the Christmas lights contest goes to 3422 Pasture View.

Second: 3232 Browne’s Creek

Honorable Mentions: 3415 Browne’s Ferry and 7206 Brassy Creek

First place wins a $50 Lowe’s gift card. Second place wins a $25 Lowe’s gift card. Two honorable mentions each win a $10 Lowe’s gift card.

Christmas Train a big hit — with a surprise visitor!

The community celebrated the holidays with the perennial favorite “Little Blue Choo” on Friday, Dec. 11. The train took passengers around the neighborhood to look at the light displays, then warm hot chocolate and candy canes greeted folks as they waited to talk to Santa himself!

Stop by Browne’s Ferry Park before trick-or-treating

Be sure to bring your kids by Browne’s Ferry Park as you make your trick-or-treating rounds through the neighborhood this Halloween. Volunteers will be on hand from 6 p.m. to dusk passing out glow stick necklaces to make children more visible as the sun goes down.

Drivers: Browne’s Ferry hosts hoards of miniature ghouls and goblins at Halloween, so be sure to drive slowly and cautiously through the neighborhood. Also, please be sure to turn on exterior/porch lights if you intend to share Halloween treats.

Neighbors brave heat for National Night Out

Browne’s Ferry participated in the annual National Night Out event on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at Browne’s Ferry Park. Rita’s Italian Ice was on hand sharing free ices while the Halls grilled hot dogs. Special thanks to John Gillette and Peggy Ward for volunteering to help with activities!

Between 30-40 neighbors braved the evening heat to attend, as well as CMPD University City Division Commander Capt. Todd Garrett and Lt. DJ Johnson.

Lt. Johnson told board members he has patrolled our neighborhood for the past 15 years, and problem areas, such as the back of Browne’s Ferry Park, seem to have gotten better recently.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhood a safer, better place to live.