Potluck at the Park – Sunday June 23rd @ 2pm

The JAC has organized an official “Welcome Picnic” for our neighborhood to welcome the newest neighbors to the neighborhood! The event will be held at our park on Sunday June 23rd @ 2pm. This event will double as the “Summer Kick Off” picnic that was rained out last month.

  • Bring your favorite dish to pass
  • Family Fun Day Games
  • 50/50 Raffle – $1 per ticket, all proceeds support our park

Food! Friends! Fun! See you there!

Notice: Park Reservation Requests

To all whom are not aware, an events calendar is available to all SPBHA and SHEHA members to view and submit online event reservation requests for our park.

These links are both available in the drop down menu under “Events” in the main top bar navigation. Please submit an event request if you are planning on having an event down at the park so other members can plan accordingly.

Thanks and have a great summer!

A new committee has been created for the Strawberry Point Bluffs & Strawberry Hill Estates HOA’s

The Summer Picnics and Welcome Wagon Committee will be scheduling Picnics in the Park throughout the summer with one being the official “Welcome” to the neighborhood picnic.
Members are:
  • Nancy Greko 810-772-0352
  • Marla Alati 248-330-3817
  • Irene Gauthier 810-231-4958
  • Laura McGinity 734-276-1312
  • Norma Topp 810-231-4979
Look for a flyer soon. Events are also posted at http://strawberryhillestates.org/events.

2019 Park Cleanup Success!

The Joint Access Committee would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the overwhelming number of volunteers that contributed to the 2019 annual park cleanup. Everybody should be proud of themselves as we accomplished everything we set out to do this year. The park looks great! Thank you Thank you Thank you! Lets have great Summer!

Notice: Ticks found at the park

There have been reports from neighbors confirming the presence of ticks at our park access. Please be aware of their existence when using the park and take precautions to avoid contact with them. Check pets and yourselves for ticks when leaving the park as they seem to be more plentiful this year than ever.

See these links for more information regarding what ticks look like, what diseases they carry and how to repel them.

The Detroit Free Press has recently published an article regarding Michigan’s growing tick problem at this link

Spring Cleanup & JAC Meeting at the Park – May 4th & 5th

The Joint Access Committee is kicking off the 2019 park season with our annual park cleanup weekend. We are looking for volunteers to come down and make the park a better place! Saturday May 4th at 10am will be the official cleanup kickoff and lunch will be supplied around noon. On Sunday May 5th, the Joint Access Committee will be holding an official meeting at the park at 10am which will be followed by the completion of any outstanding cleanup tasks left over from Saturday.

Tasks we are hoping to accomplish are (but not limited to):

  • Old fire pit cleanup and removal
  • New fire pit installation
  • Chainsaw large brush around park perimeter
  • Brush Hog smaller brush around park perimeter
  • Wood chip trimmed waste
  • Log splitting
  • Dock installation
  • Swim Raft installation
  • Swim Buoy and perimeter swim rope installation
  • Picnic table painting and repair
  • BBQ Grill cleaning

Lets have a great 2019! We look forward to seeing you there!