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Board Adopts Rule Changes
Posted on Jun 20th, 2018 Comments (0)
On Saturday,June 16, the HPMA Board adopted changes to Article III (Architectural Control), Article IV (Land Use Restrictions) and Article V (Building Restrictions).
Click here to see the adopted Rules changes, in their entirety. These changes are not yet posted and included in the Governing Documents section on this website ... we will do this in the near future.
Posted on Jun 17th, 2018 Comments (0)
There has been a juvenile Cougar sighted earlier this week on a residents deck.
Patrol contacted Washington State Fish and Wildlife and they stated to alert the community with some basic facts about living with Cougars.
IF YOU SEE THE COUGAR(S)
Please report the sighting to Washington State Fish and Wildlife
Dangerous Wildlife Complaints
Click on the links below for further information.
Annual Meeting and Board Elections
Posted on May 31st, 2018 Comments (0)
The 2018 Annual Meeting will occur at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, 2018 in the Clubhouse. There are also two other meetings that will be held in the morning:
Moorage Annual Meeting – 9 a.m.
Island House Annual Meeting – 11 a.m.
The first item of business to come before the membership at the Annual Business Meeting will be the election to fill three positions on the Board of Directors. The terms of Directors Jackie Browder, Doug McDonald and Helen Weagraff are expiring. Four (4) candidates have declared their candidacy: Jackie Browder, Steve Brown, Jill Fish and Terry Fritz for the three vacant Board positions.
Click on each candidate's link to read their bio / introductory letter to HPMA owners.
HPMA property owners will all receive ballots and instructions by mail in the next few days.
Fourth of July Needs - Updated
Posted on May 28th, 2018 Comments (0)
We are less than a month away from the Fourth and it's time to start the planning. The celebration is going to be held on the actual Fourth, which is on a Wednesday this year. Owners Jonathan Bowman and Steven McGregor have "stepped up" to the call, and will be the co-producers of this year's Fourth of July at the Pointe.
If you are available to volunteer this year, please let me know, or just click on the link below. Along with the parade, food and Fourth events, Pam Lynn will also need volunteers for the front gate and with patrol duties. You can reach Pam at 360-490-6152 or email@example.com.
HPMA Annual Meetings - Clubhouse
Saturday, June 23rd
9:00 am Moorage Meeting
11:00 am Island House Meeting
1:00 pm HPMA Meeting - Agenda
HPTC Summer Fun - ARGOSY LOCKS CRUISE TOUR & DINNER @ ANTHONY'S
Wednesday, July 18th
HPTC Summer Fun ARGOSY LOCKS CRUISE TOUR, Wednesday, July 18th @ 12:45 pm. Where: Pier 55, Seattle Waterfront. When: Board 9:50 am Bremerton Ferry. Board Argosy at 11:45 am-Cruise 12:45 pm. Cost: Senior $37.43(65+), Adult $41.84, Ferry: Senior $4.15(65+), Adult $8.35 (Charge only from Seattle to Bremerton) Pay HPTC only for cost of Cruise Tour by June 18th. Pay ferry on your own.
It is a short 5 minute walk from the ferry dock to Pier 55. The tour will cruise one way from Pier 55 to the AGC Marina on South Lake Union. Our highlights include: 2 hour live-narrated tour, Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Seattle Skyline, Fremont & Ballard bridges, floating houseboats & homes, salt water and fresh air. A motor coach will return guests to Pier 55 by 3:15 pm. Return on the 4:15 pm Bremerton Ferry. Early Bird Dinner at Anthony's at 5:30 pm. Dinner and ferry cost not included. Anyone not going on the tour is welcome to join us for dinner at Anthony's!. Sign up on the HPTC bulletin board at the clubhouse. Contact: Doni Matthews 619-507-8806, firstname.lastname@example.org
HPTC August Annual Seafood Fest & General Membershop Meeting.
Friday, August 10th
HPTC Annual Seafood Fest & General Membership Meeting, August 10. Where: Home of Mike & Judy Callaghan, E. 981 Passage View Road, Shelton (Harstine Island). When: 5 pm Social/6:00ish Dinner. Cost: $15 Per Person (Pay by 8/3/18) NO Reservations or payments accepted after 8/3/18
Food to include: Appetizers, Fried Oysters, BBQ'd Oysters, Steamed Clams, Planked Salmon, Corn on the Cob, Salads, Fruit & Veggie Trays, Garlic Bread & Assorted Desserts, BYOB, Casual Dress, Personal Transportation, Carpooling Helps.
Sign up in clubhouse or call Mike or Judy 360-427-9516 or email@example.com
HPTC Summer Event-Mt. Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum Civil War Steam Train Ride & Skirmish
Saturday, August 25th
Mt. Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum Civil War Steam Train Ride & Skirmish. Saturday, August 25. Where: 54124 Mountain Hwy. E., Elbe, WA 98330. When: 11AM (Approximate 3 hour tour). Cost: Adult $41.00 Standard Seating (Pricing may go down if we can put a group together) Join Larry Wendt, HPTC President and his wife, Kathy for this one day event.
Mt. Rainier Railroad and Logging Museum hosts a one-day living history event in conjunction with the Washington State Civil War Association. Rifles blast and cannons boom in the fictitious Battle of Mineral Creek. Throw on a hoop skirt and polish your brass buttons; we're traveling through the forest and foothills of Mt. Rainier on a steam train ride accompanied by re-enactors in beautiful period garb. At our destination in Mineral, you'll feel l ike you've stepped back into a bygone era when you witness a skirmish between the rebels and the union soldiers. (Skirmish includes realistic gunfire scenes.)
Sign up in the clubhouse to join us or contact Kathy Wendt at 360-432-2824, firstname.lastname@example.org