FBI Elder Fraud Presentation

On February 28th the NPOA sponsored an FBI Elder Fraud Presentation at the Fountain Hills Community Center from 6 – 8 PM. Topics presented included: bank, health care, romance, online, credit card and phone scams. below are some photos from the event.

2022 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is where the Delegates from each plat elect the NPOA Board of Directors and vote on any bylaws changes. The Treasurer also presents the financial report. There is also a time dedicated to hearing any concerns, comments or suggestions from the Delegates and general membership.

All NPOA members are welcome to attend.

When: Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 5:30 PM
Where: Fountain Hills Community Center
13001 N. La Montana Drive

Delegate Registration and refreshments from 5 – 5:30 pm
Meeting Begins at 5:30 pm

In efforts of keeping printing and food costs down, RSVP is requested by March 10.

2022 Nominating Committee

Nominating Committee Clip Art

NPOA 2022 Nominating Committee formed

Jeff Esposito- Chair
Mike Neuland
Joe Hall
Gary Criter
Martha Iskyan

The 2022 Nominating Committee is now looking for any members who are interested in serving on the Board for the coming year. If selected, your name would be put on the ballot at the Annual General Meeting. If elected you would become a member of the Board.

Learn more about serving on the NPOA Board of Directors:
https://npoafh.org/volunteer/

Angel Tree Update

The Peter M. Conti Foundation did the Christmas Angels Gift Handout yesterday.

This is a photo of the bags all lined up and ready to go in front of McDowell Mountain Elementary School.

The final totals were 137 kids from 67 families. All local.

Thank You to everyone who participated in this year’s Salvation Army Angel Tree program.

2021 Holiday Lights Video

This video is a short sample of the many fabulous holiday home lighting displays we saw this year, some that were submitted to the contest and some that weren’t but we wish had been. Maybe next year. A video can never do it justice. Go out and see them for yourself in all their glory.

2021 Holiday Lighting Contest

2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the NPOA Holiday Home Lighting Contest

If your home is within the NPOA jurisdiction and you or a neighbor have a holiday light display that really stands out, let us know. We’ll be awarding prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in our Annual Holiday Home Lighting Contest.

WHO MAY ENTER?
• The competition is open to all NPOA Member property owners.
• NPOA Board of Directors members, Neighborhood Committee of Architecture members, NPOA staff and their families are not eligible to enter.

HOW TO ENTER:
• Complete and return this form to our office
OR
• Contact the NPOA office via email: info@npoafh.org or phone (480) 837-5317 to nominate yourself or your neighbor

All entries must be received by 12 Noon on December 14th, 2021

JUDGING CRITERIA:
* Entries will be judged on
*  Unique design and creative use of lights and decorations
* Storyline or theme
* Display and placement of decorations animated objects etc.
* Overall presentation

ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS:
• Judging will take place on December 14th and 15th , and the winner will be announced on Dec 17th and posted on the NPOA website and announced in the Fountain Hills Times.

For questions please email the NPOA office at info@npoafh.org

2021 Christmas Angel Program

Pick a tag.  Buy a gift.  Earn your Wings.

BE AN ANGEL FOR AN ANGEL
You can help provide new clothing, toys and a Merry Christmas for needy children in
Fountain Hills.

The NPOA is again participating as a sponsor in the Salvation Army Christmas Angels program. This program is administered in Fountain Hills by the Peter & Theresa Conti Foundation.

Here’s how it works:

  • Stop by our office and select a Christmas Angel tag. It will have information about the child and their wish list. Use this information as a guide for your shopping.
  • Return the tag and the gifts unwrapped to our office by December 15th.
  • The Peter & Theresa Conti Foundation will collect & distribute the gifts to the local  families.

Spooky Blast

The NPOA was proud to be one of the civic organizations participating in Spooky Blast. It’s a safe and fun way for kids in Fountain Hills to experience Halloween.
A special thanks to our volunteers who made this a success.

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