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President: V A C A N T
Vice President: Sherry Fair
Secretary: Amy Fairweather
Treasurer: Carrie Lohr
Immediate Past President: Susan Brown
Newsletter: V A C A N T
Welcoming Committee: V A C A N T
Compliance Committee: Mike Owens
Landscape Committee: Camille Roper, Jill Gilreath, Donna Riehl
This is the block captains list as of April 2019. This list may change. We always need volunteers willing to serve as block captains. Block captains help us communicate better with our neighbors, block-by-block.
Mary Ann Bowen: The homes on west end of Basswood Canyon near Rockwell.
John Smalley: The homes on Rockwell Terrace.
Judy Richey: The homes on NW 100th Street.
Mike Yardley: The homes in the 6800, 6900 & 7000's of Briarcreek Drive.
Carolyn Leonard-Heavener & Jon Heavener: The homes in the 6800's of Newman Drive.
Cliff & Peggy Walton: The homes in 6600 & 6700's of Newman Drive.
Glenda Bowen: The homes in Newman Circle.
Keith Castner: The homes in the 9800-9900's Briarcreek Drive & 98th St.
Sharon Fernbaugh: The homes in the 9400-9600's of Briarcreek Drive.
Lynn & Doug Hartwig: The homes on Lakeland Terrace.
Mary Beth Goldberger: The homes on 97th Street.
Camille Glasshof: The homes on 96th Street.
Mike and Becky Owens: The homes on Lakeland Road.
Bert Orza: The homes in 9700's of Briarcreek Drive.
V A C A N T: The homes in 6600's of Briarcreek Drive.
V A C A N T: The homes in the 6700's of Briarcreek Drive.
Carrie Lohr: The homes in the 6700 block of Basswood Canyon.
The purpose of the Briarcreek Neighborhood Association (BNA) is to unite as neighbors to maintain, support and improve our neighborhood, by building a strong community of neighbors. Together we can preserve the beauty and value of our homes. Our goal is to get neighbors together, share ideas and work cooperatively to make our neighborhood a better and safe place to live. Together we can combat community deterioration, preserve and protect the beauty and character of our wonderful neighborhood.
BNA is a non-profit, charitable organization serving the Briacreek Neighborhood. A twelve member Board of Directors govern the BNA.
The bulk of BNA's work is performed by four standing committees, covering virtually every neighborhood issue from beautificiation to code enforcement.
BNA's annual income is derived from association dues, with additional income from special project fundraising efforts that are held as needed.
Briarcreek has a private neighborhood Facebook page in additional to this website. Our goal is to provide information and encourage communication between neighbors as well as easy access to BNA board members and block captains. These resources make it easy for you to be informed and involved in Briarcreek neighborhood activities and City activities.
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