Upcoming Community Meeting, 10-28-21

Dear Mount Hermon Community,

Happy Autumn! As you probably know, we haven’t met in-person for over a year because of COVID19. Fortunately, on Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 7:00pm, we will be able to gather for our upcoming MHC Fall General Meeting. We will meet at the Youth Memorial Building across from the bookstore. Please, let any neighbors new to our community know about the meeting. It’s a great time to meet people in our community. Mount Hermon Association will be providing coffee, tea and cookies!

The agenda for the evening is attached below. In order to save time during the Secretary’s Report, a link to the minutes from our last Spring Meeting is included below. You can look it over before we vote to approve the minutes. 

The MHC Bylaws have not been amended since 2004. The current MHC Executive Board have worked out some relevant changes to update them. On the attached PDF, the first page includes the current MHC Bylaws with the proposed changes in orange. The second page is the proposed Bylaws fully written out. We will vote on them at the meeting.

Here is the Minutes link from our Spring meeting 4-29-21, which Maria will summarize at our meeting and we will vote to approve: https://mounthermoncommunity.com/2021/05/08/mhc-meeting-minutes-4-29-21/

In closing, Karla Hawkinson, asked to include this paragraph about her father, Fred Hawkinson, who just recently passed away. “Fred Hawkinson went to be with the Lord on October 9th. He was 90 years old. He and his wife, Dorothy Claes Hawkinson, who predeceased him, enjoyed over 60 years in Mount Hermon with their family. Fred grew up in Campbell, California, and graduated from San Jose State University. He joined the U.S. Marines, and he and Dorothy lived in Fredericksburg, Virginia as newlyweds during his training at  Quantico. They returned to California where he continued as a reservist while teaching U.S. History at the junior high school level. Fred was also a loyal fan of SJSU football. He was a very patient man! You may remember him as the ‘donut man’ as he faithfully set up the donut stations during the summer season. He will be greatly missed by his children and grandchildren, and is remembered as a kind hearted, humorous, Godly man.”


Reggie Coates

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