Calling for volunteers to keep the WPHA strong

i Apr 16th No Comments by

Despite all the events and responsibilities undertaken by the Ward Parkway Homes Association, your board of directors would like to offer even more. However, with too few volunteers trying to tackle too many assignments, some popular services have fallen by the wayside.

A leaves and bulky items pickup complementing the city’s pickups was discontinued a few years ago when our coordinator stepped down and nobody would replace him. Our Easter Egg Hunt coordinator moved, almost forcing cancellation of this year’s hunt until Brian and Rachel Mason stepped up to replace her. Coordinating these events does not involve a great deal of time, just the willingness to make phone calls, send emails and stay on top of deadlines.

If you are willing to help your Homes Association, there is an assignment tailored to your skills and availability. We are always looking for enthusiastic board members or event volunteers and anyone interested in becoming one needs only to attend a monthly meeting and express your interest. The board meets the first Tuesday of each month, unless noted otherwise, at 7:30 p.m. at Ward Parkway Presbyterian Church at 74th Street and Ward Parkway.

For further information, please contact WPHA President Frank Haar at or contact the board through our eNeighbors or Facebook pages.