See attached for the meeting minutes from the October 23rd POA Board of Directors meeting: 2019_10_23_GV_Meeting Minutes
Below are the minutes from the December 2019 POA annual meeting:
The next POA board meeting is Thursday, February 6 at 6:30 in the Community Room at Camden Governors Village Apartments: 100 Avery, Chapel Hill, NC.
The agenda can be found here: 2020_02_06_GV_AGENDA
See attached for the meeting minutes from the October 23rd POA Board of Directors meeting: 2.1 2019_10_23_GV_Meeting Minutes (Updated Feb 4)
Slides that were presented at the Governors Village POA 2019 Annual Meeting can be found here: Governors Village Property Owners Association 2019 Annual Meeting Slides
A slide show of pictures of community events that were shown at the annual meeting can be found here: GV POA Pictures for 2019 Annual Meeting v1.0
Saturday, December 14 19th Annual Light a Luminary at 6 PM. Benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill. rmhch.org/luminaries19/
Monday, December 16 Governors Village Property Owners Association Annual Meeting Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 2016 Mt. Carmel Church Road. Sign in starts at 6:30 PM, meeting starts at 7 PM.
Saturday, December 21st Santa will be coming to visit the children of Governors Village and since the reindeer are resting up for their big night, our friends at the North Chatham Fire Department will be giving him a lift!
If your kids or grandkids would like to come see Santa, tell him what gift they have their little heart set on, take a photo, and climb into the fire truck, then come to Governors Lake at 10 am or the Governors Park playground at 11 am.
Governors Village POA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes from the July 25, 2019 meeting: 2.1 2019_07_25_GV_Meeting_Minutes
BOOFEST NARRATIVE – 2019
The Governors Village 2018 BooFest was held on October 19, 2019.
The occasional drizzle did not dampen the spirits of all who attended. There were many children and adults who took this opportunity to celebrate Halloween. Lots were in costume; there were Wonder Women, skeletons, princesses, space men, cat people, dinosaurs and other characters. There were plenty of activities. Games, contests and pumpkin decorating were enjoyed. The playground got good usage even by those wearing costumes.
When the food trucks opened there was food and drink to satisfy hunger and thirst.
Near the Haunted Forest could be found the spirit of Hilda van Pelt, the great, great grandmother of Lucy and Linus van Pelt. Long before the development of Governors Village, as a child Hilda played in these very same woods. It was she who started the tale of the Great Pumpkin that Linus waits for every Halloween. You need not fear her unless you intend to harm the Great Pumpkin whenever he arrives.
We must thank Jen Belk, the members of the Social Committee and all other helpers for making this such a successful event. Please consider volunteering to help with future events. You will get a good feeling for contributing your time and talents.