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We are excited for the debut of our first annual Round Hill Association (RHA) Community Photo Share using Instagram! This neighborhood activity will allow neighbors and members to document, with photos and videos, some of the best parts about living in Backcountry Greenwich. We encourage members of the Greenwich community to take their favorite photos...
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Party organizer Courtney Spada provided this account of the RHA party that was held at the Audubon Barn on Sunday, June 24th from 4:30-6:30 pm. “The weather cooperated perfectly on Sunday, June 24th as more than fifty backcountry neighbors gathered in The Barn at Audubon Greenwich for an evening of community building. The group shared delicious appetizers...
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The Greenwich Land Trust has announced that Will Kies will become its new Executive Director starting November 28. He succeeds Ginny Gwynn, who held the post for more than eight years. A Greenwich native, Will has been in senior leadership for the past 10 years at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, most recently as...
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All that the Round Hill Association accomplishes is due to the generosity of its members and its volunteer board. They do even more by working with other groups.  This newsletter and the website, www.RoundHillAssocn.org, inform readers of events and issues that may interest and affect them.  The Civic Improvement fund, supported by member contributions, is...
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  Janet Mackenzie (Co-President) Janet MacKenzie, a native of Pittsford, NY, holds degrees from the University of Rochester and the Sorbonne, in Paris. After a brief period as a municipal bond trader on Wall Street, she became a teacher of High School English and Humanities. She taught in Greenwich High School from 1969-2005. Among the...
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On October 27th, our Greenwich Assessor laid out the 2015 real estate revaluation process for 100 people who attended the RHA Fall Forum co-hosted with the Northeast and Northwest Greenwich Associations. With every property in the Round Hill Association boundaries and throughout Greenwich being revalued for next year’s tax bill, the presentation could not have...
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One of the institutions that most effectively brought together disparate strands of early BackCountry residents was the Round Hill Community Guild. Founded in 1840, it originated as the Ladies Aid Society, an arm of the Round Hill Church.    Built in 1810, the church sat at the intersection of two unpaved cow paths: Round Hill...
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For newcomers or residents unfamiliar with the Community House, it was built in 1926 and has long been a center of energy and activity in Greenwich for young and old, artists and athletes. It also regularly provides a warm, sentimental gathering place for area friends and families celebrating special occasions, including wedding and anniversary receptions,...
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Spring is FINALLY here! And your Association has been busy. Every traffic island in our Round Hill area has been cleaned, weeded, and prepared for Spring and Summer. Under the guidance of board member Ines Kingsley plans are being made for a mid-Summer review for any needed new plants and for bulbs to be planted...
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