The HHNA Board is excited to announce the winning logo from our logo design contest, submitted by local Chamblee designer Lizz Norman. We appreciate the bright, colorful design, the incorporation of our neighborhood’s hills, and how the two houses cleverly evoke the “HH” in Huntley Hills. Ultimately, the Board selected this logo because we feel it best reflects our mission statement and community.
We’re confident that this modern, professional logo will support our efforts to engage with local businesses, government, neighboring communities, and others for the benefit of Huntley Hills.
Be on the lookout for a feature on contest winner Lizz Norman and her work, which we will be posting on our website in the near future.
Lastly, a huge thank you to everyone who participated in the contest and to everyone who supports the neighborhood association! Your engagement is what makes our work possible.
These photos were taken yesterday morning when the HHNA sponsored a Meet ‘N Greet appreciation breakfast for the folks in public works- well-timed considering how miserable the weather has been for anyone working outdoors this week. Didn’t cost much, didn’t take much time or effort, but the guys were exceedingly grateful to be recognized for their role in making our little city a great place to live and work.
Maybe we can do this more often for others who serve us, you think?
Are you a graphic designer or artist? We want YOUR help to create a logo for the neighborhood association! The contest is open to everyone both in and outside Huntley Hills.
We’re looking for a visual representation of our new mission statement that will support our efforts to engage with local businesses, government, neighboring communities, and others for the benefit of Huntley Hills. We know there are many talented, creative neighbors and friends of Huntley Hills out there and can’t wait to see the designs you come up with! Read more
The results are in! After soliciting input from our community, the HHNA Board has developed a mission statement for the neighborhood association that articulates our purpose and will help direct our efforts in the community. Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill out our survey – we got some really amazing, thoughtful ideas and suggestions!
The Huntley Hills Neighborhood Association fosters community engagement, beautification and safety in the vibrant Chamblee neighborhood of Huntley Hills.
In our survey, we also asked our neighbors what words come to mind when they think of both Huntley Hills and Chamblee and got some really interesting results. Below are word clouds for each based on the community’s responses.
For those unfamiliar with word clouds, the larger the font of the word, the more times it was mentioned in the survey results. We would love to hear your feedback! Leave a comment below.
The HHNA Annual Meeting was held on Sunday afternoon, March 22 in the Fellowship Hall of Chamblee First United Methodist Church. We thank the church for allowing us to use this very comfortable space.
The Board members present were Robert Buckley (who is leaving the Board), Dana Freyman, Joan Varlan, Carolyn Weber, Ann Tamli, Meghan Harris and Dick Patterson. Brian Ray and Tina Peavy were unable to attend.
The business section of the meeting was very short – some of the current Board members were re-elected. Robert Buckley’s departure leaves a vacancy. If you would be interested, please contact one of the Board members.
The meeting then consisted of a question session on a wide range of topics. There to answer them were Officer J.J. Davis of the Chamblee Police Dept, Mayor Eric Clarkson, City Manager Marc Johnson and City Council representative Leslie Robson. Leslie Freymann gave a presentation about the newly revived Keep Chamblee Beautiful Committee.
The meeting then adjourned for conversation and refreshments.