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    Campus Hills Community Meeting

    Thursday, March 12th at 7:00 pm in the Cromwell Valley Elementary School Cafeteria

    This is important! At least one member of every household should attend. Your vote is necessary to elect a 2015-2016 board of directors as well as to vote on new by-law amendments. You’ll hear about the year’s accomplishments and help set goals for the next year. Councilman David Marks will be present to speak and answer your questions. This is your opportunity to express concerns and meet your community leaders.

    We need your help! Please take on one of the open positions so that our property values can be protected and our community can function properly:

    Vice President
    Fundraising/Community Outreach
    GTCCA Liaison

    All questions are welcome at 443-377-1956 or

    See you there!

    2015 Campus Hills “Have a Heart” Charity Drive: For Humane Society

    2015 Campus Hills “Have a Heart” Charity Drive to benefit the Baltimore County Humane Society

    This year we’ve chosen the Baltimore County Humane Society as our beneficiary. Items such as dog/cat treats and toys, non clumping cat litter, cardboard scratchers and puppy pads would be greatly appreciated, along with any other items on their “wish list” here: Donations will be collected throughout the week of February 23rd at 704 Sawyer Court (please drop on back deck).

    Many thanks for your support of our pet pals and the Campus Hills Community.

    Campus Hills Family Bowling Event at AMF Towson Lanes!!!!

    Please join us this Sunday, January 25, from 3-5 PM for the Campus Hills Family Bowling Event at AMF Towson Lanes !! Meet at the AMF lanes to compete against your neighbors and have loads of fun! Two hours of unlimited bowling and shoes for just $10! We hope to see you there!
    AMF Towson Lanes, Southwick Drive, Towson.

    Holiday Luminaries Have Arrived!

    In the words of luminarie organizer Michael Kirlin…

    This has been a Campus Hills tradition for many, many years. Many families within and from outside our community get great joy from this display of illumination. In our small way we are bringing light to the world for a brief moment on the most glorious of nights. Please join us, as we try to involve as many homes as possible to participate. If you will be out for the evening or away for the holidyas, please notify a neighbor or myself, to light your candles in your absence. If possible, please park cars in driveways for a clearer view of the luminaries.

    Please equally space the bags along curbside and light them on Christmas Eve at 7:00 pm (if it is raining at 6:00 pm on Christmas Eve, we will postpone the lighting until Christmas night at 7:00 pm).

    Then come out and enjoy our illuminated display with neighbors.

    Many thanks to the Kirlins for their years of service!