Vernon the Elf

Vernon the Elf is making his appearance in Mount Vernon Estates again. Click here to sign up to be a host home. BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR ADDRESS IN THE COMMENT OF THE SIGN-UP GENIUS LINK. PLEASE NOTE: Vernon is Inflatable this year, so each person who signs up will be responsible for transporting VERNON to their own house. There are plastic ground stakes and string that keep Vernon Upright and an extension cord that travels with VERNON. Be sure that when you pick up Vernon from the house that had it that day before you, that you also take the orange extension cord that he is connected to, as well as the plastic ground stakes and strings that are connected to him under his arms.  Vernon needs to be plugged in to electricity ALL DAY– so be sure you plug him into an outlet that IS NOT ON A TIMER so he stays inflated.  You will be able to see the address (and date) where you pick up Vernon from when you click the link above. You should pick up Vernon sometime after 8pm the night before you are hosting and get him set up. Please note, each house that signs up is responsible for transporting him. Click here to sign up to be a host home.

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What’s happening in the neighborhood? 

Find out what’s going on in the neighborhood and view our upcoming events.

Santa Parade: December 3rd

Egg Hunt: April 1st

Fourth of July Bike Parade: July 4th

Santa Parade: December 3rd

Egg Hunt: April 1st

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MVEHA May 2022 Newsletter

Pay your yearly dues

Annual Dues ($30 per year due by July 1st).   Dues can now be paid in several ways:

• Venmo (MVEHOA)

*Please include your name and address in the comments

• Mail to Cathy Hoch at 2336 Hillcrescent.

Checks should be made payable to MVEHA.

Your dues pay for:

Grass cutting of common areas Landscaping supplies Insurance of common areas Costs of subdivision events