November 1, 2018
Greetings HHRC Members!
A reminder of our upcoming Annual General Meeting with 5 candidates and 5 open slots.
The Heritage Hills Recreation Club Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 6:00 pm on Sunday, November 4, 2018, at the HHRC Clubhouse. This meeting is for all members to hear an overview of the year as well as learn about plans and challenges for the coming year. This is also when the membership elects new board members to replace the outgoing board members who have completed their three-year terms. Usually we try to turn over three members each year, but this year we also have two additional resignations (five open positions). Please see below for bios on each of the five candidates.
If you are unable to attend the AGM, please send an email to the HHRC Secretary (email@example.com) designating another attending club member or HHRC Board Member to vote on your behalf. Thank you to these fine canidates who stepped up to serve the HHRC community!
Please see below for the bios on each canidate.
The Beeber/Kulp including myself Anna Beeber, Steve, Willa (6) and Ollie (4) Kulp have been HH members for 3 years. I am an Associate Professor at UNC in the School of Nursing. My husband Steve is a freelance graphic designer. We live in Carrboro. Our daughter Willa Kulp (who attends Northside Elementary) has been on the swim team for the past 2 years. We’ve enjoyed the HH club, especially the relaxed, non-pretentious atmosphere. The swim team has been a great experience and we’ve enjoyed the community - great families and coaches.
I’d like to be on the board to contribute to a community that is a central part of our summer social experience.
Selena Childs moved to Heritage Hills in April 2018 with her husband Mike and their two kids June and Theo. They moved from across Smith Level Road (Dogwood Acres), and joined HHRC prior to moving into the neighborhood. Selena has lived in Chapel Hill since coming to UNC as an undergraduate in 1989. She received her BA from UNC as well as her Master in Social Work. Now on the faculty at the UNC School of Social Work, Selena has experience with project management, proposal writing, community engagement, and family engagement. Her professional area of expertise is child welfare. The Childs Family's house is just across the street from the HHRC, so Selena is particularly interested in maintaining a vibrant pool community, bringing together neighbors and members in creative ways to build community connections. Living directly across the street from the pool, Selena's proximity could be helpful in emergencies, bad weather, etc. As a result of Hurricane Florence, Selena's home received some flooding damage, and she engaged other affected neighbors and the Town in discussions about dredging the storm drainage system to help prevent future flooding. Selena would like to maintain and strengthen connections between the HHRC and Heritage Hills neighbors.
Jonathan Green has lived in the Chapel Hill area for over 20 years. He is semi-retired from UNC Chapel Hill where he served as a Web and Communications Specialist for most of his career. Jonathan is also an experimental artist and electronic music producer with national and international albums released on the Blend and Stellar Disco Records music labels (as ElectroBongo). He enjoys travel, the arts, home improvement, gardening, woodworking, and North Carolina Beaches. In the summer he can most often be seen either swimming laps or eating tacos at Armadillo Grill. Jonathan and his wife Christina have been members of the pool for 3 years and very much enjoy the pool's community atmosphere.
My name is Clay Revels. Our family has been members of HHRC for about 13 years. My daughter taught diving at HHRC. My son swam there when he was younger and is currently a lifeguard at the club. I’ve spent the past 25 years at IBM and Lenovo and am an active Scoutmaster in the area. I also enjoy photography and scuba diving. I am seeking a position on the board, and am particularly interested in helping with communications (email, web, and social media).
Deborah Thompson joined Ravenscroft's Office of Institutional Advancement in 2014 and serves as the Director of Capital Giving. In this role, she has managed the school's $15M comprehensive campaign, bringing it to successful completion in June 2018. Prior to Ravenscroft, Deborah worked at the UCLA Anderson School of Management as a Major Gifts Officer, and the UCLA School of Nursing as the Associate Director of Development. Other professional interests include volunteering with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as the independent school track co-chair for the 2019 CASE District III Conference.
Deborah has lived in Heritage Hills since 2015 with her husband, Pat, daughter, Olivia, and their two dogs. She enjoys building relationships with her neighbors and serving her community through meaningful outreach. Deborah looks forward to this opportunity to extend her service to the Heritage Hills Recreation Club Board and to strengthening the vision and purpose of HHRC in the community it serves.