BEALL'S HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION, SINCE 2006
Every November we elect a president and the elected person works in that position for a full year. All work we do is voluntary.
Our neighborhood association meetings are held every first Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm in the Centenary Church Community Center located at 1235 Ash Street.
Meetings are open to anyone who wants to participate. If you have an issue you want addressed please let the president of the neighborhood association know in advance so it can be included on the agenda. Send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to see previous agendas for past meetings they can be found at: http://bhna.blogspot.com.
We also meet for other activities such as cookouts, neighborhood cleanups, and workshops.
Our most recent project is the community garden. If you want to enjoy fresh vegetables, come and help us to plant, weed, and water. We are having a great time.
Please come and join us. We want to hear your ideas, comments or suggestions. We want to make our neighborhood a better place to live.
President: Paul Griffin
Vice-president: J.D. Dunston III
Beall's Hill in the Media
- September 7, 2016
New Wave of Work Coming to Historic Macon Neighborhood
Stanley Dunlap, The Telegraph
- June 21, 2016
Special “Unboarding” Ceremony Held for Historic Macon Home
Christian Ferrante, 41 WMGT
- May 15, 2016
Historic Macon Shows off New Beall’s Hill Homes
Wayne Crenshaw, The Telegraph
- September 27, 2014
Beall’s Hill: ‘One of the great successes’
Phillip Ramati, Macon.com
- April 5, 2006
Housing Made Affordable In The City Of Macon
Amanda Smith, Georgia Informer