Tonight’s HilltopCivic Association Meeting is cancelled. We will reschedule it and share the new date when it is determined. Thank you.
This free event is “sold out” (it’s free – but all tickets are spoken for!) Thanks to everyone for your interest.
If you have any questions, please contact Amy Clevens.
Please join your Hilltop neighbors for a Halloween Celebration on October 13!
Come in costume for some fun activities, snack, and a Halloween parade! We will have pumpkin painting, pass the pumpkin, Halloween bingo, guessing games and more!
Please REGISTER your KIDS ONLY (not adults) using the link below so we can track – we will have registration open for the first 30 kids only on a first-come, first serve basis!
This event is free – sponsored by the Hilltop Civic Association for our members!
Hilltop Civic Association and Kelly Music for Life are thrilled to present a classic rock concert in the part featuring the Road Dogs!
New this year: FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL AGES!
Donations appreciated for the Kelly Center Construction Fund. In addition, food, drinks, and snacks will be available to purchase from local vendors.
Doors open at 6 p.m., music begins at 7 p.m.
Bring Your Own chairs/blankets.
Please – Carry In, Carry Out – Keep our parks clean!
Join your neighbors on Thursday, May 24 as our community comes together to make “Angels in Motion” blessing bags. The bags will be given to an organization to distribute to the homeless and addicted.
What you can do:
Come to Bon Air Fire Company on Thursday, May 24 at 7 p.m.
What to bring:
Yourself! And if you could help us out by bringing ANY of the following supplies as a donation, even better:
- Gallon-size plastic bags (Ziploc style)
- Pop tarts
- Drink boxes, capri suns, yoo hoo, kool aid, etc.
- Single-serve apple sauces
- Single-serve pudding
- Single-serve fruit cups
- Candy (no chocolate!)
- Cereal bars (i.e. Nutri Grain bars)
- Granola bars
- Single servings of peanut butter or Nutella
- Rice krispie treats
- Most importantly: a note of encouragement
- Also needed: 18” plastic bags with handles. Can be purchased at A.C. Moore, HomeGoods for $1.
Angels in Motion started with one woman’s efforts to rescue her child from the disease of addiction. While searching the streets of Kensington (a neighborhood in Philadelphia), for her son, Carol Rostucher saw that many other children and loved ones were suffering and lost as well. Carol began to open her heart to the streets and spread her love where it was needed the most. Her efforts included treating each person as an individual and offering her genuine compassion and understanding, and providing “blessing bags” which contain food, snacks, clothing, hygiene products and resource information to obtain help when they are ready.
For more information on this project or organization, visit aimangelsinmotion.org.